India’s medal chase in Birmingham progressed forward with the 6th day with judoka Tulika Maan asserting the silver in +78 kg; and Lovepreet Singh (men’s 109 kg weightlifting), Gurdeep Singh (men’s 109+ kg weightlifting), Sourav Ghosal (men’s singles squash) and Tejaswin Shankar (men’s high leap) bronze medals. Title holder Nikhat Zareen likewise entered the semis in’s ladies’ 50 kg (light-flyweight).
The shortfall in the shooting will seriously mark India’s medal pull at the Commonwealth Games 2022. In the last version, India completed third behind Australia and England with 66 medals (26 gold, 20 silver, and 20 bronze).
Shooters won 16 of those, including seven gold. Be that as it may, India began the Birmingham Games on areas of strength with weightlifters demonstrating their value.
India’s weightlifter Lovepreet Singh won a Bronze Medal in the men’s 109 kg class on August 3, 2022, at the continuous Commonwealth Games 2022. Lovepreet Singh had broken his public record with a sum of 355 kg lift in the classification.
In the wake of asserting the main Gold Medal in Lawn Bowls, India has stowed one more Gold at the Table Tennis Final against Singapore at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
As the multi-sport occasion is getting shut to its mid-stage, India has shown to be among the top performing countries alongside Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, and Canada at the CWG 2022.
DAY 10 schedule of Indian athletes
Match: Men’s Long Jump
Time: noon Onwards
Athlete: Md. Aneesh Yahiya and Shreeshankar
India had a great excursion in the men’s long jump as Murali Sreeshankar and Mohammad Anees Yahiya qualified for the last of the men’s long jump occasions after going past their separate passing rounds at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.
Sreeshankar was exceptional as he burst into the last with his absolute first jump of 8.05m. The 23-year-old from Kerala is one of the top Indian medal competitors. He was the main competitor in his gathering to go past the passing characteristic of 8m.
The lean adolescent was happy and hurried to his mentor and the Indian crowd not long after his jump. In the meantime, Anees excessively arrived at the last with jumps of 7.49m, 7.68m, and 7.49m in his three endeavours.
While Anees was delayed off the blocks, he worked on his show from the subsequent endeavour and completed third in his gathering behind Guyana’s Emanuel Archibald and Australia’s Christopher Mitrevski.
In his gathering A capability round, Sreeshankar took a leap of 8.05 m in his most memorable endeavour. This was all the Indian expected to arrive at the last. He was at the highest point of the list of competitors every step of the way and no one could outshine him.
At the subsequent position was Laquan Nairan of Bahamas with the best jump of 7.90 m. Jovan van Vuuren of South Africa was in the third situation with the best jump of 7.87 m. The best eight competitors from the gathering were equipped for the finals.
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- Women’s division
Weight category: 66- 70KG, Boxer: Lovlina Borgohain (12:45 Am Onwards)
Category– 57- 60KG, Boxer: Jasmine (6:00 PM Onwards)
- Men’s Division
Category: 63.5Kg- 67kg, Boxer: Rohit Tokas (12:30 am Onwards)
Weight Category: 48kg- 53kg, Boxer: Amit (4:00pm Onwards)
Category: 92kg, Boxer: Sagar (8:00 pm Onwards)
In the meantime, Olympic medallist Lovlina Borgohain should stand by longer for her CWG medal after she experienced a loss against Wales’ Rosie Eccles through a 3-2 split choice in the women’s 70kg light middleweight quarter-last. Ashish Kumar too experienced a loss in the split choice in the quarterfinal.
Indian fighter Mohammad Hussamuddin assumed command of his Bangladesh partner in the Men’s 57 kg classification at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Monday. Hussamuddin ruled his adversary and dominated the game against Md Salim Hossain 5-0 to enter the featherweight enclosing quarterfinals of the CWG 2022.
Featherweight fighter Mohammad Hussamudin made it two out of two as he likewise progressed to the quarterfinals with a comparative 5-0 success over Mohammad Salim Hossain of Bangladesh in the round of 16.
Panghal, who is partaking in his most memorable huge competition after the disappointing show at the Tokyo Olympics, thoroughly searched in charge all through the three rounds.
He utilized his blend of both ways punches successfully and battled in a good way, convincing Berri to approach and assault.
Panghal rushed to land a whirlwind of punches in every one of the three rounds as Berri was no counterpart for the Indian.
Team Final and Individual Match: 4:30 Pm
2022 Commonwealth Games Artistic Gymnastics, Jake Jarman sacked his fourth gold medal for England while Joe Fraser and Alice Kinsella likewise won the gold medal on their separate occasions.
In the meantime, Cyprus guaranteed history-production gold on the men’s high bar occasion thanks to an eminent presentation by Ilias Georgiou. Jake Jarman, England’s rising star, triumphed when it’s all said and done on the last day of the creative tumbling contest major area of strength for looking far for the nation of origin.
The 20-year-old won the vault last on Tuesday, winning a fourth gold medal in Birmingham 2022 in his second critical global contest. Also, Jarman brought back home triumphs in the floor workout, men’s group, and individual all-around.
Somewhere else, Joe Fraser of England won his third gold medal of the opposition on the equal bars, a contraption in which he came out on top for the big showdown in 2019.
Kate McDonald barely pushed out Georgia Godwin, the overall victor, to win the gold medal in bar rivalry. In the interim, Ilias Georgiou of Cyprus won the amazing high bar to give his nation its very first imaginative acrobatic gold medal.
At the point when the outcomes were delivered, which put him in front of Australia’s Tyson Bull, his partner and mentors started to fiercely move. Ilias joined Marios Georgiou, Ilias’ partner, and namesake, on the platform for a Cyprus festivity.
Matches: India vs Malaysia (R64), India vs TBD(R32), India vs TBD(R16)
1) B. Patel(IND) vs A. Latu(FIJ)
2) S. Patel(IND) vs C. Obiora(NGR)
3) B. Ravi(IND) vs Q. Yang(Aus)
1) R. Alagar(IND) vs D. Bullen(ENG)
2) R. Alagar(IND) vs I. ogunkunle(NGR)
Indian men’s table tennis crew proceeded with its strength at the Commonwealth Games as Achantha Sharath Kamal-drove group won its second progressive gold medal in Birmingham on Tuesday, August 2.
India crushed Singapore 3-1 in the last with G Sathiyan, and Harmeet Desai winning their singles and duplicates matches in a prevailing showcase from India.
This is likewise India’s fourth medal at the Commonwealth Games and their third gold medal in the men’s group class. Sharath Kamal drove India to Gold in the 2006 Melbourne Games and won bronze at home in New Delhi in 2010.
Yet again an opportunity in history is because of the Indian men’s table tennis crew as the Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai, and Sanil Shetty-drove group will battle for gold in the finals against Singapore.
Having proactively won the occasion in 2018 when they crushed Nigeria in the finals, the Indian men’s table tennis crew will take on Singapore in the finals, after having crushed Nigeria 3-0 in the quarters.
The last was a rehash of the gathering stage undertaking between the two CWG table tennis forces to be reckoned with. With India having bested Singapore 3-0, the last option changed its mix.
The dependable couple of Harmeet and G. Sathiyan got India looking ideal so far, with a 3-0 win in the solitary pairs elastic against Koen Pang and Izaac Quek. While Sathiyan was strong with his forehand topspins, Harmeet captured everyone’s attention with his strike blocks to give India the lead.
Match: India vs Wales
Time: 6:30 PM onwards
India Men’s Hockey team ruled Canada as they stayed unbeaten in the competition by clinching an 8-0 triumph in the match. Haramanpreet Singh and Akashdeep Singh scored support while Lalit Upadhyay, Gurjant Singh, Amit Rohidas, and Mandeep Singh got their names on the scoresheet.
Before the day, the Indian women stayed calm and collected and conveyed when it made the biggest difference to secure a nail-gnawing 3-2 win over Canada.
The Indians recuperated from the shock of a 4-4 draw against England in the wake of driving 3-0 at one phase in their last coordinate as they emerged with additional reason and overwhelmed Canada in the initial two quarters.
Harmanpreet gave India the lead with a strong drag-flick from one more set piece. After three minutes, safeguard Rohidas scored a splendid field objective. He raged into the circle with his sleek stick work and opened the ball home after getting protection from parting long ball from Varun Kumar.
The Indians went on along these lines in the subsequent quarter and got two fast punishment corners in the nineteenth moment, the second brought about an objective.
Lalit slapped in a free ball off a bounce back after Varun Kumar’s flick was kept away by Canadian goalkeeper Ethan McTavish to hand India a 3-0 lead. Seconds after the fact, a jumping Gurjant diverted Hardik Singh’s pass from the passed-on flank to expand India’s lead.
Canada got a punishment corner in the 28th moment yet neglected to utilize it as India went into the midway break with an agreeable 4-0 lead.
Match: India vs JEY
Time: 1:00 Pm onwards
The Indian women’s sets of Lovely Choubey and Nayanmoni Saikia beat Hina Rereiti and Olivia Buckingham of Niue 23-6 in the lawn bowls occasion of the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday.
Both Lovely and Nayanmoni were likewise essential for the women’s four teams that secured a memorable gold medal by overcoming South Africa on Tuesday. The women’s pair team will next take on South Africa in their cycle on three occasions later in the day.
On the men’s singles occasion, Mridul Borgohain lowered Chris Locke of Falken Islands 21-5 in an uneven issue.
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