India at the 2002 Asian Games

India competed at the 2002 Asian Games held in Busan, South Korea. India was ranked 8th with 10 gold medals. Sunita Rani's gold and bronze medals, which she won in the women's 1,500 m and 5,000 m was reinstated after she appealed in the dope scam. India moved up to the seventh spot from the previous eighth spot in the medals table.

India at the
2002 Asian Games
Flag of India.svg
IOC codeIND
NOCIndian Olympic Association
in Busan
Flag bearerDhanraj Pillay 
Medals
Ranked 7th
Gold
11
Silver
12
Bronze
13
Total
36
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Medal tableEdit

Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
  Athletics 7 6 4 17
  Tennis 1 1 2 4
  Cue Sports 1 1 1 3
  Kabaddi 1 0 0 1
  Golf 1 0 0 1
  Shooting 0 2 0 2
  Sailing 0 1 2 3
  Hockey 0 1 0 1
  Taekwondo 0 0 1 1
  Equestrian 0 0 1 1
  Rowing 0 0 1 1
  Wrestling 0 0 1 1
Total 11 12 13 36

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event
  Gold Saraswati Saha Athletics Women's 200 metres
  Gold K. M. Beenamol Athletics Women's 400 metres
  Gold Sunita Rani Athletics Women's 1500 metres
  Gold Neelam Jaswant Singh Athletics Women's Discus Throw
  Gold Anju Bobby George Athletics Women's Long Jump
  Gold Manjeet Kaur
Soma Biswas
K. M. Beenamol
Jincy Philip
Athletics Women's 4 × 400 metres relay
  Gold Bahadur Singh Sagoo Athletics Men's Shot Put
  Gold Men's Team Kabaddi Men
  Gold Shiv Kapur Golf Men's Individual
  Gold Leander Paes
Mahesh Bhupathi
Tennis Men's Double
  Gold Yasin Merchant
Rafat Habib
Cue sports Snooker Doubles
  Silver K. M. Beenamol Athletics Women's 400 metres
  Silver Madhuri Singh Athletics Women's 800 metres
  Silver Bobby Aloysius Athletics Women's High Jump
  Silver Soma Biswas Athletics Women's Heptathlon
  Silver K. M. Binu Athletics Men's 800 metres
  Silver Purakkotte Ramachandran
K. J. Manoj Lal
Satvir Singh
Bhupinder Singh
Athletics Men's 4 × 400 metres relay
  Silver Geet Sethi
Alok Kumar
Cue sports English Billiards Doubles
  Silver Manavjit Singh Sandhu
Mansher Singh
Anwer Sultan
Shooting Men's Trap Team
  Silver Anjali Bhagwat
Deepali Deshpande
Suma Shirur
Shooting Women's 10 metre Air Rifle Team
  Silver Nitin Mongia Sailing OK Dinghy
  Silver Men's Team Hockey Men
  Silver Manisha Malhotra
Mahesh Bhupathi
Tennis Mixed Double
  Bronze Sunita Rani Athletics Women's 5000 metres
  Bronze J. J. Shobha Athletics Women's Heptathlon
  Bronze Shakti Singh Athletics Men's Shot Put
  Bronze Anil Kumar Athletics Men's Discus Throw
  Bronze Vishal Uppal
Mustafa Ghouse
Tennis Men's Double
  Bronze Leander Paes
Sania Mirza
Tennis Mixed Double
  Bronze Geet Sethi Cue sports English Billiards Singles
  Bronze Palwinder Singh Cheema Wrestling Men's freestyle 120 kg
  Bronze Jenil Krishnan
Inderpal Singh
Roshan Lal
Paulose Pandari Kunnel
Rowing Men's Coxless Four
  Bronze Indrajit Lamba
Bhagirath Singh
Rajesh Pattu
Deep Kumar Ahlawat
Equestrian Team Eventing
  Bronze Rajesh Choudhary Sailing Laser Radial
  Bronze Aashim Mongia
Mahesh Ramchandran
Sailing Enterprise
  Bronze Surendra Bhandari Taekwondo Men's 58 kg

AthleticsEdit

Medal Name Event Result
  Gold Saraswati Saha Women's 200 metres 23.28 s
  Gold K. M. Beenamol Women's 800 metres 2:04.17 s
  Gold Sunita Rani Women's 1500 metres 4:06.03 s GR
  Gold Neelam Jaswant Singh Women's Discus Throw 1 64.55 m GR
  Gold Anju Bobby George Women's Long Jump 6.53 m
  Gold Manjeet Kaur
Soma Biswas
K. M. Beenamol
Jincy Philip
Women's 4 × 400 metres relay 3:30.84 s
  Gold Bahadur Singh Sagoo Men's Shot Put 19.03 m
  Silver K. M. Beenamol Women's 400 metres 52.04 s
  Silver Madhuri Singh Women's 800 metres 2:04.94 s
  Silver Bobby Aloysius Women's High Jump 1.88 m
  Silver Soma Biswas Women's Heptathlon 5899 pts
  Silver K. M. Binu Men's 800 metres 1:47.57 s
  Silver Purakkotte Ramachandran
Manoj Lal
Satvir Singh
Bhupinder Singh
Men's 4 × 400 metres relay 3:04.22 s
  Bronze Sunita Rani Women's 5000 metres 15:18.77 s
  Bronze J. J. Shobha Women's Heptathlon 5870 pts
  Bronze Shakti Singh Men's Shot Put 18.27 m
  Bronze Anil Kumar Men's Discus Throw 59.81 m