CWG 2022 live updates day 4 India Results from Birmingham: It was another memorable day for India as they won three medals one silver and two bronze medals. Shushila Devi Likmabam won the silver medal in Women’s 48kg Judo. Vijay Kumar also won a bronze in Men’s 60kg Judo event. Weightlifter Harjinder Kaur clinched a bronze in 71kg women’s weightlifting. India’s women’s Lawn bowl team created Read More
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It was another memorable day for India as they won three medals one silver and two bronze medals. Shushila Devi Likmabam won the silver medal in Women’s 48kg Judo. Vijay Kumar also won a bronze in Men’s 60kg Judo event. Weightlifter Harjinder Kaur clinched a bronze in 71kg women’s weightlifting.
Indian shuttlers entered the final of mixed team events after beating Singapore 3-0. They will now face Malaysia in the summit clash. The paddlers also reached the final in men’s event as they beat Nigeria 3-0 and will now clash against Singapore in the gold medal clash.
In the men’s hockey contest, India played out a 4-4 draw against England in a high-octane contest. Manpreet and Co were at the top of game in first two quarters but the hosts bounced back after halftime to draw the clash.
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran outclasses Olajide Omotayo 11-9, 4-11, 11-6, 11-8 in men’s singles contest as India beat Nigeria 3-0 to reach final where they will face Singapore. It was another dominant performance from the Indian paddlers as they didn’t allow Nigeria to take a win in any round.
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is 2-1 ahead in this contest and he is showing some serious aggression here to put pressure on the Nigerian opponent.
Suyash Narayan Jadhav finishes 5th in the Men’s 50-meter freestyle S7. While Niranjan Mukundan ends up 7th in the same event
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran wins the first game against Olajide Omotayo. It was a close game as the Indian paddler emerged victorious with 11-9 scoreline.
Sharath Kamal Achanta earns and hard-fought victory to help India take 2-0 lead in the tie. He beats Nigerian’s Quadri Aruna 11-9, 7-11, 11-8, 15-3.
Indian boxer Ashish Kumar Beats Niue’s Travis Tapatuetoa 5-0 to reach the quarterfinals.
Srihari Nataraj finishes 5th in Men’s 50m Backstroke Final with a timing of 25.23 seconds. New Zealand’s Andrew Jeffcoat tops the tally with an outstanding timing of 24.65 seconds.
Harjinder Kaur wins the bronze medal as Indian weightlifters continue to shine in Birmingham. Nigeria’s Joy Ogbonne Eze failed in all three attempts for clean and jerk round as Harjinder finished third on the tally. She lifted a combined weight of 212kg. Meanwhile, Sarah Davies wins the gold medal with a total of 229kg. Canada’s Alexis Ashworth settles for silver with a combined lift of 214kg
Joy Ogbonne Eze fails in all three attempts for clean and jerk round and a medal is assured for Harjinder Kaur.
Sharath Kamal Achanta loses the second game to the Nigerian opponent Quadri Aruna. The Indian paddler has not been at his best tonight.
Harjinder Kaur lifts 119kg in clean and jerk round on her third attempt. Solid show from the Indian weightlifter as her combined total is 212.
Harjinder Kaur lifts 116kg in clean and jerk round on her second attempt. She is currently leading the tally and a prime contender for bronze.
After a tough fight, Sharath Kamal Achanta manages to outclass his Nigerian opponent to take the first game 11-9.
Harjinder Kaur lifts 113kg in clean and jerk round on her first attempt.
Sharath Kamal Achanta in action against Nigeria’s Quadri Aruna in the singles round.
A comfortable win for Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran as they beat Bode Abiodun and Olajide Omotayo 11-6, 11-7 and 11-7. India are now 1-0 ahead in this tie and aiming to reach the final.
Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran continue their domination as they won the second game 11-7 after a shaky start. The Nigerian pair will look to bounce back in the third round here.
Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran claim the first game 11-6 in style as they didn’t take much time to get the point on their side.
Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran start the proceedings for India in the men’s doubles round against Nigerian pair Bode Abiodun and Olajide Omotayo.
Indian weightlifting continued to bring the country the top honours at the Commonwealth Games 2022, Birmingham, taking India’s medal tally to 6 – with 3 gold, 2 silver and one bronze and day four for India could see more medals with men’s table tennis team playing their semi-final and a win could assure India’s first CWG 2022 medal in the event. Also in the fray are Srihari Natraj who has made it to the final of men’s 50m backstrokes. Two weightlifters will feature for India on August one while three boxers will enter the ring with Amit Phangal opening his campaign. Judo also begins today with four Indians taking to the mat – including Sushila Devi Likabam.
Here’s India’s full schedule at CWG 2022 for August 1 (All Timings in IST)
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