Incheon, South Korea: Sandeep Sejwal gave India's floundering swimming campaign a massive fillip by fetching a rare bronze medal in the 50m breaststroke event of the Asian Games at Incheon on Friday. (Day 7 highlights | Medals tally)
The 25-year-old topped his heats by clocking 28.25s before holding on to the third spot in the final race with a timing of 28.26s.
The gold medal was bagged by Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Balandin, who bettered the Games record of 27.80s with a timing of 27.78s. The silver was clinched by Japan's Yasuhiro Koseki, who clocked 27.89s.