CWG 2022: Mirabai Chanu wins gold as India finish Day 2 with 4 medals in weightlifting.© AFP
Commonwealth Video games, Day 2, Highlights: Bindyarani Devi gained the silver medal within the ladies’s 55kg weightlifting as India capped off Day 2 of the continued Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham with 4 medals. Bindyarani gained the silver after Mirabai Chanu had gained the gold within the ladies’s 49kg class. Earlier, Sanket Sargar had given India its first medal after profitable silver within the 55kg males’s closing. Gururaj Poojary then gained a bronze medal within the 61kg males’s class at hand India its second medal. In badminton, India had a wonderful outing as they defeat Sri Lanka and Australia within the combined crew Group A clashes. In the meantime, in desk tennis, the ladies’s crew needed to face defeat as they went down 2-3 towards Malaysia within the quarterfinals. Indian ladies’s hockey crew additionally gained their second pool sport as they beat Wales 3-1, because of Vandana Katariya’s brace, on the College of Birmingham hockey and squad centre.
Listed below are the Stay Updates from Day 2 of the Commonwealth Video games, straight from Birmingham
BINDYARANI WINS SILVER!!!!
Bindyarani Devi wins silver within the ladies’s 55kg weightlifting. She lifts 116kg in her closing clear and jerk try and go over Fraer Morrow, who will accept a bronze.
BINDYARANI STARTS STRONG!
Bindyarani lifts 110kg in her first clear and jerk try! All to play for
NATARAJ FINISHES 7TH!!!
Indian swimmer Srihari Nataraj finishes seventh within the males’s 100m backstroke closing! Higher luck subsequent time
INDIA MAKE IT 3-0!!!
Indian combined badminton crew takes a 3-0 lead towards Australia with two video games to go. Chirag and Sumeeth Reddy win their conflict in straight units!
BINDYARANI KEEPS HER COOL!!!
Bindyarani nails the 86kg snatch in her third try. All eyes now on the clear and jerk phase
SANJEET CRASHES OUT!!!
Indian boxer Sanjeet loses to Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali within the males’s heavyweight spherical of 16 match
After 81kg, Bindyarani lifts 84kg with out breaking a sweat!
BINDYARANI OFF TO STRONG START!!!
Bindyarani Devi efficiently lifts 81kg in her 1st snatch try within the ladies’s 55kg class.
WIN FOR INDIA IN LAWN BOWLS!!!
India defeated Canada 17:7 within the Garden Bowls Girls’s Fours – Part D – Spherical 3
ABHAY AND ANAHAT LOSE!!!
India’s Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh lose their squash video games towards Alan Clyne and Emily Whitclock in males’s and girls’s occasions, respectively.
INDIA BEAT WALES!!!
India beat Wales 3-1 of their ladies’s hockey pool A sport. They make it two wins out of two.
Lovlina Borgohain beats New Zealand’s Ariane Nicholson 5-0 within the ladies’s over 66kg-70kg (Gentle Center) Spherical of 16
PV Sindhu beats Australia’s Wendy Chen in straight video games! India go 2-0 up within the combined crew occasions.
INDIA GO 3-1 UP!!!
India go 3-1 as much as restore their two-goal cushion! Unimaginable deflection from the penalty nook.
WALES PULL ONE BACK!!!
Wales pull one again on the stroke of the top of third quarter! India lead 2-1
CHANCE FOR INDIA!!!
India nearly take a 3-0 lead however the Wales goalie was on fingers to disclaim them. Sharp save
Kidambi Srikanth has overwhelmed Australia Ying Xian Lin to provide India a 1-0 lead within the combined badminton crew occasion.
After the top of the second quarter, India lead Wales 2-0 on this Pool A fixture. Gurjit Kaur and Vandana Katariya the scorers for India from penalty corners.
INDIA SCORE AGAIN!
India double their lead! Wonderful penalty nook conversion from the Indians.
India take the lead towards Wales. They go 1-0 up within the second quarter.
INDIA CRASH OUT!
India ladies’s desk tennis crew loses 3-2 to Malaysia within the quarters. Reeth Tennison gave every part within the decider however Ying Ho beats her 3-2.
HARD LUCK FOR THE REIGNING CHAMPIONS!
INDIA MISS PC!!!
CHANCE! India miss their penalty nook within the second quarter! It stays 0-0
MALAYSIA FORCE DECIDER!!!
Ying makes issues all sq. within the desk tennis ladies’s quarters! She takes the fourth sport 11-9. On to the decider!
The primary quarter between India and Wales is underway! The rating is 0-0 after 13 minutes.
REETH LEADS 2-1!!!
Tennison takes the third sport with ease. She makes it 2-1 on this closing match.
REETH LOSES SECOND GAME!!!
Horrendous service! Reeth Tennison loses second sport 8-11. Ying Ho makes it 1 sport a bit
Reeth Tennison takes the primary sport 12-10. She was trailing at one level, however makes good restoration!
Manika Batra loses the match in straight units. Malaysia make it 2-2. Off to the decider.
MANIKA TRAILS 0-2!!!
Manika loses second sport 11-3. She appears drained, having already performed a five-game thriller.
MANIKA 0-1 DOWN!
Manika Batra loses first sport 6-11 to Karon Lyne of Malaysia.
INDIA GO 2-1 UP IN TABLE TENNIS!!!
Sreeja Akula wins her match 11-6, 11-6, 11-9 towards Li Chang! India take a 2-1 lead.
CHANU WINS INDIA’S THIRD MEDAL!!!
After efficiently lifting 109kg and 113kg, Chanu fails to raise 115kg in her third clear and jerk occasion.
Desk Tennis: Sreeja Akula wins second sport!
Sreeja Akula has gained her second sport towards Malaysia’s Alice Chang Li Sian 11-6 within the singles match on the ladies’s crew quarter-final 4.
CHANU CLINCHES GOLD FOR INDIA!
Mirabai Chanu wins gold and efficiently defends her title on the Commonwealth Video games.
Desk Tennis: Sreeja Akula wins first sport!
Sreeja Akula has defeated Malaysia’s Alice Chang Li Sian 11-6 within the first sport of their singles match on the ladies’s crew quarter-final 4.
Weightlifting: Kingsley regains benefit!
Stella Peter Kingsley has lifted 95 kg in her second try of fresh and jerk. This takes her to the highest once more, making simply one-kg hole with second-placed Marie Hanitra Roilya Ranaivosoa.
Desk Tennis: MANIKA BATRA WINS!!!
Manika Batra has gained the sport 11-8, 11-5, 8-11, Sept. 11, 11-3 vs Malaysia’s Ho Ying. This helps India make it 1-1 with Malaysia within the ladies’s crew quarter-final 4.
Weightlifting: Kingsley shines!
Stella Peter Kingsley has lifted 91 kg in clear and jerk and thus inches Kaminski with a one-kg hole. She now has a complete of 166 kg to her credit score. It is getting fascinating!
Weightlifting: Hannah Kaminski on prime!
Hannah Kaminski of Canada lifts 91 kg in her first try in clear and jerk and takes the pole quickly with 165 kg total.
Manika in bother!
Manika Batra loses fourth sport Sept. 11 towards Malaysia’s Ying Ho, who pegs again to tie this second match at 2-2. On to the decider!
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