Asian Games 2018: Swapna Barman become first Indian heptathlete to win gold at Asian Games

Asian Games 2018: Swapna Barman become first Indian heptathlete to win gold at Asian Games
Asian Games 2018: Swapna Barman become first Indian heptathlete to win gold at Asian
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Asian Games 2018: Swapna Barman become first Indian heptathlete to win gold at Asian Games

India’s Swapna Barman became the first Indian heptathlete to win gold at the 18th edition of the Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta Indonesia.

The 21-year-old Barman earn 6026 points from the seven events competed for two days.
 
Swapna Barman won the high jump (1003 points) and javelin throw (872 points) events and finished second-best in shot put (707 points) and long jump (865 points).
 

Swapna Barman weakest events were 100m (981 points, 5th position) and 200m in which she finished seventh with 790 points. The 800m run, the last of the seven-event competition.
 
China’s Qingling Wang (5954) won the silver medal and Japan’s Yuki Yamasaki the bronze medal with (5873) points.

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