News Daily Digital: Ravi Kumar Dahiya (Ravi Kumar Dahiya) won the Commonwealth Games gold medal for India. In the 57 kg category of wrestling, Rabi lost to his opponent Welson from Nigeria. Adhikari gave 10-0 points to the opponents of Niger with a technical technical victory. It’s the following gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. Right after Rabi, however, the next eleventh gold medal came by the hands of Vinesh Phogat. Army 53kg group Vinesh blasts Sri Lankan opponents. This is the fifth gold in wrestling.
First gold medal of the day ✨
Star wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya defeated the 2-time CWG medalist 10-0 in the final (57kg) to win the gold medal.
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Intermediate Boxing and Boxer Durant Performance Avyatha. Amit Paghal of Men’s Boxing Exciters. Amit excited Nikhat Zarin and Nee Gonghas in women’s boxing. All three boxes are guaranteed medals. Jasmin Lamboria has won the 57-60 kg groupage in the interim period.
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Table text show men’s singles semi-final and Sarath Kamal G Sathian in attendance. In the men’s singles quarter-finals, Sarath lost 4-0 to Singapore’s Young Isaac Kwik. The veteran star won 11-6, 11-7, 11-4, 11-7. Sathian defeated Sam Walker by 11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 8-11, 10-12, 11-9 points in the other quarter advantage. However, Sanil Shetty lost in men’s singles. Meanwhile, Sharath Kamal and Sathian pair rose to the top in men’s doubles. At the same time, in the mixed doubles, the duo of Usmanar Sharath and Sreeja Akula. Sarath Kamal confirmed the medal in both the groups.
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In Badminton our local PV Sindhu in Hulls Singles Semifinal. In the singles quarter-end, Sindhu defeated Malaysia’s Gowe Jin by 19-21, 21-14, 21-18. However, Sindhu lost at the height of the quarter. She lost 10-21, 7-21 to Christy Gilmore of Scotland.
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