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*     Hangzhou will be the third Chinese city to host the Asian Games, after Beijing in 1990 and Guangzhou in 2010.
*     Originally scheduled to take place from 10 to 25 September 2022, the event was rescheduled due to COVID-19 pandemic.
*     Surging Tides is the emblem of the Games.
*     Congcong, Lianlian and Chenchen, the three mascots of the Games, are depicted as robotic superheroes.
*     The 2023 Asiad would feature competition in 40 sports disciplines.
*     Indian cricket team is set to make its debut in the Asian Games.
*     Since the dates of the Asian Games clashes with ICC World Cup, the BCCI will field its second-string squad in the upcoming Asiad.
*     Indian women cricket team would also participated in the Hangzhou Games.
*     Twelve sportspersons from Odisha have so far been selected to represent India in this biggest sporting event of Asia.


Anupama Swain (Ju-jitsu), Sonali Swain, Ritu Kaudi, Anshika Bharti (all Rowing), Deep Grace Ekka (Hockey), Hupi Majhi, Dumuni Marndi, Tarulata Naik, Mama Naik (all Rugby), Pyari Xaxa (Football)
MEN: Kishore Kumar Jena (Athletics), Amit Rohidas (Hockey)

Opening Ceremony: 23 September
Artistic Swimming: 6–8 October
Diving: 30 September–4 October
Marathon Swimming: 6–7 October
Swimming: 24–29 September
Water Polo: 25 September–7 October
Archery: 1–7 October
Athletics: 29 September–5 October
Badminton: 28 September–7 October
Baseball: 26 September–7 October
Softball: 26 September–2 October
Basketball 3x3: 25 September–1 October
Basketball: 26 September–6 October
Boxing: 24 September–5 October
Breaking: 6–7 October
Canoe/Kayak (Slalom): 5–7 October
Canoe/Kayak (Sprint): 30 September–3 October
Cricket: 19–25 September (women) and 27 September–7 October (men)
Cycling (BMX Racing): 1 October
Cycling (Mountain Bike): 25 September
Cycling (Road): 3–5 October
Cycling (Track): 26–29 September
Dragon Boat: 4–6 October
Equestrian: 26 September–6 October
Fencing: 24–29 September
Football: 19 September–7 October
Golf: 28 September–1 October
Artistic Gymnastics: 24–29 September
Rhythmic Gymnastics: 6–7 October
Trampoline Gymnastics: 2–3 October
Handball: 24 September–5 October
Hockey: 24 September–7 October
Judo: 24–27 September
Kabbadi: 2–7 October
Ju-jitsu: 5–7 October
Karate: 5–8 October
Kurash: 30 September–2 October
Bridge: 27 September–6 October
Chess: 24 September–7 October
Esports: 24 September–2 October
Go: 24 September–3 October
Xiangqi: 28 September–7 October
Modern Pentathlon: 20–24 September
Roller Skating: 30 September–7 October
Skateboarding: 24–27 September
Rowing: 20–25 September
Rugby Sevens: 24–26 September
Sailing: 21–27 September
Sepaktakraw: 24 September–7 October
Shooting: 24 September–1 October
Soft Tennis: 3–7 October
Sport Climbing: 3–7 October
Squash: 26 September–5 October
Table Tennis: 22 September–2 October
Taekwondo: 24–28 September
Tennis: 24–30 September
Triathlon: 29 September–2 October
Beach Volleyball: 19–28 September
Volleyball: 19–26 September (men) and 30 September–7 October (women)
Weightlifting: 30 September–7 October
Wrestling: 4–7 October
Wushu: 24–28 September
Closing Ceremony: 8 October

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