India at Birmingham Commonwealth games 2022
Birmingham Commonwealth games 2022: In the men’s triple leap, India won the best two awards, kindness Eldhose Paul (17.03m leap for gold) and Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid (17.02 leap for silver). In the meantime, Annu Rani and Sandeep Kumar packed away bronze awards for India in the ladies’ spear toss and men’s 10km race walk, separately.
In the meantime, Indian shuttler Laskhya Sen has entered the last of badminton men’s singles. Kidambi Srikanth needed to confront rout in the badminton men’s singles semi-last. Prior, fighters Amit Panghal and Nitu Ganghas packed away gold decorations for India in the men’s flyweight and ladies’ minimumweight classifications, separately. PV Sindhu, in the meantime, won her semi-last in straight games to arrive at the ladies’ singles last.
India likewise won the bronze decoration in ladies’ hockey subsequent to beating New Zealand in a shootout. Pugilists Nikhat Zareen and Sagar Ahlawat will likewise attempt to bring gold decorations home when they step out to play their last sessions.
Later in the day, there are a few competitors in the fight, while India will take on Australia for gold in the ladies’ cricket last. The contingent as of now has 40 decorations, and they would hope to bring more brilliance.
On day 9 India Jumped to 5th place by grabbing 13 Medals
India performed superbly on Saturday in Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and won 13 Medals including 3 Gold. By this India Jumped to 5th place on the scorecard. So far 40 Medals have been grabbed by India. Indian players bagged 13 Gold, 11 Silver, and 16 Bronze on day 9 Saturday.
- Men’s 3000m Steeplechase – Avinash Mukund SABLE – Silver Medal
- Women’s 10,000m Race Walk – PRIYANKA – Silver Medal
- Men’s Over 54kg- 57kg Boxing – Hussam Uddin MOHAMMED – Bronze Medal
- Women’s Over 57kg-60kg Boxing – Jaismine – Bronze Medal
- Men’s Fours Lawn Bowls – India – Silver Medal
- Men’s Freestyle 97 kg Wresting – Deepak Nehra – Bronze Medal
- Women’s Freestyle 76 kg Wresting – Pooja SIHAG – Bronze Medal
- Men’s Freestyle 74 kg Wresting – Naveen NAVEEN – Gold Medal
- Women’s Freestyle 53 kg Wresting – Vinesh PHOGAT – Gold Medal
- Men’s Freestyle 57 kg Wresting – Kumar RAVI – Gold Medal
- Women’s Freestyle 50 kg Wresting – Pooja GEHLOT – Bronze Medal
- Men’s Freestyle 125 kg Wresting – Mohit GREWAL – Bronze Medal
Medal Hunting is continued…..