Asian Games 2018: With Sushil Kumar, men's badminton team and 10m shooters in action, full schedule of Day 1

As the Asian Games begin in earnest on Sunday with action commencing in shooting, wrestling, badminton among other sports, here's the full schedule of Indian athletes in action on Sunday:

FP Sports August 18, 2018 14:45:50 IST
Asian Games 2018: With Sushil Kumar, men's badminton team and 10m shooters in action, full schedule of Day 1

The Indian women's hockey team; the nation’s 10m rifle and pistol shooters; wrestlers like Sushil Kumar and Bajrang Punia; and the men's badminton team, led by HS Prannoy and Kidambi Srikanth, will kick-start India’s campaign on Day 1 of the 18th Asian Games, being held in Jakarta and Palembang.

The men's badminton team will face Maldives — who have named just a four-man contingent for the Asiad — in their opener.

India’s prospects look bright on the wrestling mat, where two-time Olympic medallist Sushil and the promising Bajranj Punia will lead the nation’s charge.

Asian Games 2018 With Sushil Kumar mens badminton team and 10m shooters in action full schedule of Day 1

File image of Sushil Kumar. Reuters

Here’s a full schedule of Indian athletes in action on Sunday:

6.30 am: Shooting: Trap Men Qualification

7.00 am: Shooting: Trap Women Qualification

7.30 am: Women's Kabaddi Preliminary match: India vs Japan

7.30 am onwards: Taekwondo: Men Individual Poomsae, Men Team Poomsae, Women Individual Poomsae, Women Team Poomsae

8.00 am onwards: Tennis: Men's Singles (Round of 64 matches), Women's Singles (Round of 64 matches), Mixed Doubles (Round of 32 matches)

8.00 am: Shooting: 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Qualification

8.00 am onwards: Fencing: Men's Epee Individual, Women's Sabre Individual

8.00 am onwards: Swimming: Heats for Men's 200m Freestyle, Men's 200m Butterfly, Men's 100m Backstroke, Women's 1500m Freestyle, Women's 100m Breaststroke, Women's 200m Backstroke, Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay

8.00 am: Wushu: Men's Changquan Final

9.00 am: Wushu: Women's Taijiquan matches

9.00 am: Women's Basketball 5x5 Preliminary match: India vs Chinese Taipei

9.00 am onwards: Rowing: Heats of Men's Single Sculls, Women's Single Sculls, Men's Double Sculls, Women's Double Sculls, Men's Pair, Women's Pair, Men's Lightweight Four, Women's Lightweight Quadruple Sculls

9.00 am onwards: Volleyball: Women's Preliminary matches

9.30 am onwards: Sepaktakraw: Men's and Women's Team Regu Preliminary matches

10.00 am: Shooting: 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Qualification

10.00 am: Wushu: Women's Nanquan matches

11.00 am: Wushu: Women's Jianshu matches

12.00 pm: Shooting: 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Finals

12.00 pm onwards: Wrestling: Pre-quarter-final, quarters, semis and repechage matchs in Men's Freestyle 57 kg, Men's Freestyle 65 kg, Men's Freestyle 74 kg, Men's Freestyle 86 kg, Men's Freestyle 97 kg

1.00 pm: Badminton men's team: India vs Maldives

3.00 pm: Women's Handball Preliminary match: India vs China

3.20 pm: Shooting: 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Finals

4.38 pm onwards: Swimming Finals for Men's 200m Freestyle, Men's 200m Butterfly, Men's 100m Backstroke, Women's 1500m Freestyle, Women's 100m Breaststroke, Women's 200m Backstroke, Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay

5.30 pm: Men's Kabaddi Preliminary match: India vs Sri Lanka

5.30 pm: Wushu: Men's Sanda -70kg, Round of 32 matches

6.00 pm onwards: Wrestling: Finals and bronze medal matches in Men's Freestyle 57 kg, Men's Freestyle 65 kg, Men's Freestyle 74 kg, Men's Freestyle 86 kg, Men's Freestyle 97 kg,

7.00 pm: Women's Hockey Preliminary match: India vs Indonesia

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