India at the 2006 Asian Games

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India at the 15th Asian Games
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Flag of India
IOC code  IND
NOC Indian Olympic Association
2006 Asian Games in Doha
Competitors 387
Medals
Rank: 8
Gold
10
Silver
17
Bronze
26
Total
53
Asian Games history (summary)
Asian Games
Asian Winter Games
Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
Asian Beach Games
Asian Youth Games

*As Independent Olympic Athletes (AOI)

South Asian Games history
South Asian Games

India competed at the 2006 Asian Games held in Doha, Qatar. India ranked 8th with 10 gold medals.

Medal Summary[edit]

Medal Table[edit]

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
Shooting 3 5 6 14
Tennis 2 2 0 4
Chess 2 0 0 2
Athletics 1 3 4 8
Cue Sports 1 1 2 4
Kabaddi 1 0 0 1
Rowing 0 3 1 4
Wrestling 0 1 5 6
Sailing 0 1 1 2
Golf 0 1 0 1
Boxing 0 0 2 2
Archery 0 0 1 1
Equestrian 0 0 1 1
Hockey 0 0 1 1
Squash 0 0 1 1
Wushu 0 0 1 1
Total 10 17 26 53

Medalists[edit]

Gold (10)[edit]

  • Pankaj Advani (Cue Sports :: Men English Billiard Singles)
  • Humpy Koneru (Chess :: Women's Rapid)
  • Jaspal Rana (Shooting :: Men's 25 m Centre Fire Pistol, Men's 25 m Standard Pistol)
  • Leander Paes & Mahesh Bhupathi (Tennis :: Men's Doubles)
  • Leander Paes & Sania Mirza (Tennis :: Mixed Doubles)
  • Athletics :: Women's 4x400 m Relay
  • Kabaddi :: Men
  • Shooting :: Men's 25 m Centre Fire Pistol Team
    • JUNG Samresh
    • KUMAR Vijay
    • RANA Jaspal
  • Chess :: Mixed Team's Classical
    • KONERU Humpy
    • KRISHNAN Sasikiran
    • PENTYALA Harikrishna

Silver (17)[edit]

  • Golf (Men)
  • Rowing :: Single Sculls (Men)
  • Rowing :: Fours (Men)
  • Sailing :: Beneteau 7.5
  • Shooting :: 25 m Standard Pistol (Men)
  • Shooting :: Trap (Men)
  • Shooting :: Double Trap (Men)
  • Shooting :: 10 m Air Pistol (Women)
  • Tennis (Women)

Bronze (26)[edit]

  • Sinimol Paulose (Athletics :: 1500 m)
  • O. P. Jaisha (Athletics :: 5000 m)
  • J. J. Shobha (Athletics :: Heptathlon)
  • Krishna Punia (Athletics :: Discus Throw)
  • Geet Sethi & Ashok Shandiliya (Billiards :: Doubles)
  • Vijender Kumar (Boxing :: Middleweight)
  • Johnson Varghese (Boxing :: Super Heavyweight)
  • Bijender Singh & Kiran Yalamanchi (Rowing :: Lightweight Double Sculls)
  • Rajesh Choudhary (Sailing :: Laser Radial)
  • Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (Shooting :: Double Trap)
  • Gagan Narang (Shooting :: 50 m Rifle 3 Positions)
  • Vijay Kumar (Shooting :: 25m Rapid Fire Pistol)
  • Saurav Ghosal (Squash :: Singles)
  • Vinayak Dalvi (Wrestling :: 55 kg Greco-Roman)
  • Alka Tomar (Wrestling :: 55 kg Freestyle)
  • Yogeshwar Dutt (Wrestling :: 60 kg Frestyle)
  • Sushil Kumar (Wrestling :: Men's Freestyle 66 kg)
  • Palwinder Singh Cheema (Wrestling :: Men's Freestyle 120 kg)
  • Bimoljit Singh (Wushu :: 60 kg)
  • Archery (Men)
  • Equestrian :: Eventing
  • Hockey (Women)
  • Shooting :: 10 m Air Rifle (Men)
  • Shooting :: 10 m Air Rifle (Women)
  • Shooting :: 50 m Rifle 3 Positions (Men)
  • Snooker (Men)

Medal Performance[edit]