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India at CWG 2022 Day 7 wrap: Sudhir wins sixth gold for India, Murali Sreeshankar wins lengthy leap silver

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Another eventful day for the Indian contingent on the Commonwealth Games noticed the medal’s tally enhance with extra assured to be added to the column within the coming days.

Para powerlifter Sudhir claimed the nation’s sixth gold medal at CWG whereas Murali Sreeshankar lived as much as expectations on 4th August in Birmingham. The boxing stars additionally impressed and have been assured of medals because the likes of PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen progressed to the subsequent spherical in badminton.

The hockey males’s crew progressed to the semifinals, although it was a blended day in squash.

PARA POWERLIFTING: SUDHIR WINS GOLD

Parapowerlifter Sudhir on Thursday, August 4 added to India’s gold medal tally on the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham as he received the lads’s heavyweight occasion with a brand new Games document.

Sudhir, who hails from Sonipat in Haryana, set a brand new Commonwealth Games document along with his second raise of 212kg, with which he received 134.5 factors, which helped him clinch the gold medal. Sudhir’s physique weight was listed at 87.30kg along with his rack peak at 14.

ATHLETICS: MURALI CLAIMS SILVER

Murali Sreeshankar scripted historical past for India on Thursday, August 4 because the teen from Kerala turned the primary male lengthy jumper to win a Silver medal on the Commonwealth Games.

The 23-year-old acquired on the rostrum with a leap of 8.08 m.

Murali Sreeshankar joins Suresh Babu in an elite listing as the one 2nd Indian male lengthy jumper to win a medal.

ATHLETICS: HIMA DAS QUALIFIES FOR 200 M SEMIFINAL

Hima Das certified for the semi-finals of the Women’s 200m warmth of the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on 4th August.

The 22-year-old from Assam completed on prime after ending the race in 23.42 seconds.

ATHLETICS: MANJU BALA ADVANCES, SARITA SINGH MISSES OUT

India’s Manju Bala superior to the ladies’s hammer throw remaining with a throw of 59.68m however Sarita Singh missed out. The cut-off for qualification was 68.00m however Manju managed to qualify as a result of she completed within the prime 12.

BADMINTON: PV SINDHU ADVANCES

With a prime effort, PV Sindhu certified for the Round of 16 within the badminton girls’s singles of the Commonwealth Games 2022. The two-time Olympic medallist defeated Maldives’ Fathimath Nabaaha Abdul Razzaq 21-4, 21-11 within the Round of 32 match on the NEC Badminton Show Court in Birmingham.

BADMINTON: SRIKANTH PROGRESSES TO THE MEN’S ROUND OF 16

Kidambi Srikanth defeated Uganda’s Daniel Wanagaliya 21-9, 21-9 within the Round of 32 match at NEC Hall 5 to progress to the lads’s singles spherical of 16.

Srikanth seemed dominating proper from the outset and made gentle work of the participant from Uganda.

BOXING: AMIT PANGHAL ASSURED OF MEDAL

Indian boxer Amit Panghal assured himself of a Commonwealth Games medal with a complete win over Lennon Mulligan of Scotland as he stormed into the lads’s flyweight (51kg) semifinals on Thursday.

Panghal received the bout through unanimous resolution.

BOXING: JAISMINE REACHES SEMIS

Jaismine Lamboriya assured India one other medal from boxing with a medical efficiency on Thursday.

Jaismine defeated Troy Garton of New Zealand to achieve the semifinals of the ladies’s light-weight (60 kg) class.

BOXING: SAGAR STORMS INTO SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT SEMIS

Super Heavyweight boxer Sagar Ahlawat ensured one other medal for India after profitable his (+92kg) quarter-final in opposition to Seychelles’ Keddy Agnes on the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.

Earlier, Sagar defeated India’s No. 1 tremendous heavyweight and 2020 Tokyo quarterfinalist Satish Kumar 5-0 and reigning nationwide champion Narender within the trials for males’s +92kg to e-book his place for the Commonwealth Games.

BOXING: TOKAS ENSURES 7TH BOXING MEDAL

India’s Rohit Tokas bulldozed his method into the semifinals of the Welterweight boxing class with an emphatic 5-0 win over Niue’s Xavier Mata’afa-Ikinofo on Thursday.

The Indian boxer was awarded the win through unanimous resolution and acquired the end result by a 5-0 margin.

HOCKEY: INDIA MEN’S TEAM REACHES SEMIS

A Harmanpreet Singh hattrick ensured India’s protected passage into the lads’s hockey semifinals on Thursday because the crew defeated Wales 4-1.

The free-scoring Indian crew can have their remaining 4 match on sixth August.

SQUASH: DIPIKA-SOURAV ADVANCE, JOSHNA-HARINDER BOW OUT

Reigning world champions Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal stormed into the blended doubles squash quarter-finals on the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Thursday, August 4. Dipika and Saurav, the highest seeds, defeated Emily Whitlock and Peter Creed of Wales 2-0 within the Round of 16 blended doubles match.

The skilled blended doubles duo of Joshna Chinappa and Harinderpal Sandhu, nevertheless, suffered an 8-11 Sep 11 defeat of their spherical of 16 match in opposition to Australia’s Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley.

PARA TABLE TENNIS: BHAVINA, SONALBEN REACH SEMIS, BABY SAHANA CRASHES OUT

India’s ace para desk tennis gamers Bhavina Patel and Sonalben Patel reached the semifinal of the ladies’s singles class on the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham on Thursday. Sonalben defeated Nigeria’s Chinenye Obiora whereas Bhavina beat Akanisi Latu of Fiji on the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Thursday.

Baby Sahana Ravi crashed out of the ladies’s singles competitors after dropping to Yang Qian of Australia.

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