Chinese athletes won all four golds on offer in powerlifting, with one world record and three Games records ยฉPowerlifting/X

Hosts China continued their domination of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games, topping the medals table by more than 100 with four days of competition remaining.

Chinese athletes won all four golds on offer in powerlifting, with one world record and three Games records.

In the men's under-66 kilograms, Zou Yi clinched the title with a world record best lift of 222, followed by Jafari Arangeh Amir of Iran in silver on 200 and Ashok of India in bronze, with an effort of 192.

Zou's compatriot Qi Yongkai claimed the men's under-59kg title with a Games record of 194.

Iranians Bakhtiar Moshen and Yousefi Pashaki Seyed Yousef got silver and bronzr respectively, with lifts of 191 and 181.

Among women, Cui Zhe took the under-45kg title while Wei Yi finished on top in the under-50kg with lifts of 116 and 110.

Widiasih Ni Nengah was the silver medallist in the under-45kg class with 98 while Kazakh star Kurmanbayeva Gulim taking bronze on 91.

Dang Thi Linh Phuong of Vietnam was the under-50kg silver medallist on 101 and Kraratpet Kamolpan of Thailand on 96 completes the final podium spot.  

Iran, placed second overall, won shooting medals along with China and Thailand.

In the women's 10 metres air pistol SH1, Iranians Ahmadi Faezeh with 236.2 and Javanmardi Sareh with 233 got first and second place.

Francis Rubina of India won bronze, scoring 211.10.

With an Aian Para Games record, Chaichamnan Anuson of Thailand won the mixed 50m rifle prone SH2 title, scoring 251.7.

Aldhaheri Saif Ahmed Saif of the United Arab Emirates settled for bronze on 249.8 and Lee Cheoljae of South Korea took bronze in 228.7.

Hosts claimed the final shotting medal of the day thanks to Huang Xing taking gold with 238.6 in the men's 10m air pistol SH1 final.

Khandelwal Rudransh added to the Indian tally with an effort of 238.3 enough for silver.

Rudransh's compatriot Manish Narwal took the final podium spot, shooting 217.3.

Uzbeks were the dominant nation in canoeing that took place in the Fuyang Water Sports Centre, winning three of the five titles today.

In the men's KL3 final, Kuldashev Khasan took the title in 42.258 with neighbouring Kazakh athlete Taikenov Zhalgas in silver on 43.369.

Manish Kaurav of India was the bronze medallist after clocking 44.605.

The second Uzbek canoeing gold came in the men's VLยฃ final thanks to Sherkuziev Khaytmurot corssing the line first in 49.345.

Another Kazakh athlete in Sptay Bibarys took silver in 49.808 while Chinese Pu Yi finsihed third on 50.355.

Jahedi Eslam of Iran won the final men's canoe gold, timing 55.749 in the VL2 final.

Thailand's Wantawee Santi and Gajendra Sing of India in 1:00.020 and 1:01.084 won silver and bronze, respectively.

The women's KL3 final saw Mirzaeva Shakhnoza of Uzbekistan triumph in 50.680, followed by Behrouzirad Shahla of Iran in 51.684 and Cai Yuqingyan of China in 52.970.

Finally, Prachi Yadav helped India finish first in the women's KL2 final, winning in 54.962.

Wang Shanshan of China took silver, clocking 55.674 as Soltani Roya of Iran claimed bronze with 56.714.