India at CWG 2022 End of day 7: Sudhir won 6th gold medal for India, Murali Sreeshankar won silver medal in long jump
Another eventful day for the Indian team at the Commonwealth Games saw the number of medals increase with more assurances to be added to the column in the coming days.
Para powerlifter Sudhir won the nation’s sixth gold medal at the CWG while Murali Sreeshankar hit expectations on August 4 in Birmingham. Boxing stars also impressed and secured medals as PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen advanced to the next round in badminton.
The men’s hockey team advanced to the semifinals, even though it was a mixed day in squash.
PARA POWERLIFTING: SUDHIR WINS GOLDEN
Parapowerlifter Sudhir on Thursday 4 August added to India’s list of gold medals at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as he won the men’s heavyweight event with a Grand Slam record. new sports club.
Sudhir, who hails from Sonipat in Haryana, set a new Commonwealth Games record with a second lift of 212kg, and won 134.5 points, earning him a gold medal. Sudhir’s body weight is listed as 87.30kg with his rack height being 14.
ATHLETICS: MURALI REQUIRED SILVER
Murali Sreeshankar wrote history for India on Thursday, August 4 when the youngster from Kerala became the first men’s long jumper to win a Silver medal at the Commonwealth Games.
The 23-year-old stepped onto the podium with a jump of 8.08 m.
Murali Sreeshankar joins Suresh Babu in the elite list as the only 2nd Indian male long jumper to win a medal.
ATHLETICS: HIMA DAS QUALIFIES FOR 200 M SEMIFINAL
Hima Das made it through to the women’s 200 m semi-finals of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on 4 August.
The 22-year-old from Assam finished at the top of the table after finishing the race in 23.42 seconds.
ATHLETICS: MANJU BALA ADVANCES, SARITA SINGH MISSED
India’s Manju Bala advanced to the women’s hammer throw final with a 59.68m throw but Sarita Singh missed. The qualifying limit was 68.00m but Manju qualified because she finished in the top 12.
BADMINTON: ADVANCED SINDHU PV
With the best effort, PV Sindhu passed the round of 16 in the women’s singles badminton tournament of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The two-time Olympic medalist defeated Fathimath Nabaaha Abdul Razzaq of the Maldives. with the score 21-4, 21-11 in the match of Round 32. at the NEC Badminton Showground in Birmingham.
BADMINTON: SRIKANTH PROGRESS TO ROUND 16 OF MEN
Kidambi Srikanth defeated Daniel Wanagaliya of Uganda 21-9, 21-9 in the Round of 32 match at NEC Hall 5 to advance to the round of 16 men’s singles.
Srikanth looks overwhelming from the start and can put Uganda’s players in a light face.
BOX: AMIT PANGHAL GUARANTEE OF MEDICAL GUARANTEE
Indian boxer Amit Panghal secured himself a Commonwealth Games medal with an all-out victory over Scotland’s Lennon Mulligan as he advanced to the men’s flyweight (51kg) semi-finals on Thursday.
Panghal won the match through unanimous decision.
BOX: JAISMINE GET SEMIS
Jaismine Lamboriya secured India another medal from boxing with a clinical performance on Thursday.
Jaismine defeated Troy Garton of New Zealand to reach the women’s lightweight (60 kg) semifinals.
BOX: SUPER WEIGHT SEMIS SAGAR STORY
Super heavyweight Sagar Ahlawat secured another medal for India after winning the quarter-finals (+92kg) over Keddy Agnes of Seychelles at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.
Previously, Sagar defeated India’s No. 1 super heavyweight and Satish Kumar in the quarterfinals of Tokyo 2020 with a score of 5-0 and the defending national champion Narender in the challenge event in the men’s 92kg weight category. for a place in the Commonwealth Games.
BOXED: 7th BOX MEDICAL GUARANTEE TOKAS
India’s Rohit Tokas advanced to the semifinals of Welterweight boxing with a strong 5-0 victory over Niue’s Xavier Mata’afa-Ikinofo on Thursday.
The Indian boxer won by unanimous decision and had a 5-0 margin.
HOCKEY: TEAM INDIA ACHIEVE SEMIS
A Harmanpreet Singh hat-trick ensured India’s safe passage into the men’s hockey semi-finals on Thursday as the team beat Wales 4-1.
The free-scoring Indian team will have the last 4 matches on August 6.
SQUASH: DIPIKA-SOURAV ADVANCE, JOSHNA-HARINDER BOW OUT
Defending world champions Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal advanced to the quarterfinals of mixed doubles at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Thursday, August 4. Dipika and Saurav, the top two seeds, defeated Emily Whitlock and Peter Creed of Wales with a 2-0 scoreline in the round of 16 mixed doubles matches.
However, the experienced duo Joshna Chinappa and Harinderpal Sandhu had to receive an 8-11 9-11 defeat in the round of 16 match against Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley of Australia.
TENNIS PARA TABLE: BHAVINA, SONALBEN GET SEMIS, BABY SAHANA CRASHES OUT
India’s ace para table tennis players Bhavina Patel and Sonalben Patel reached the semi-finals of the women’s singles event at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Thursday. Sonalben beat Nigeria’s Chinenye Obiora while Bhavina beat Fiji’s Akanisi Latu at the Commonwealth Games underway in Birmingham on Thursday.
Baby Sahana Ravi has been disqualified from the women’s singles event after losing to Australia’s Yang Qian.
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