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Wrestlers dominate as Vinesh Phogat, Ravi Dahiya win new gold; Avinash Sable and Priyanka Goswami got silver medals MPNRC News

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Ravi Kumar Dahiya, star women’s grappler Vinesh Phogat and 19-year-old wrestler Naveen won gold medals, while Pooja Gehlot (50 kg), Pooja Sihag (76 kg) and Deepak Nehra (97 kg) bagged bronze to help India clinch a medal. All 12 categories.

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Avinash Sable won silver in the men’s 3000m steeplechase, a race that has traditionally seen three Kenyan podiums. The sensational Sable set the Alexander Stadium on fire with a personal best time of 8:11:20 minutes. Abraham Kibiwot of Kenya won the gold medal with a time of 8:11:15.

Also in the women’s 10k walk, Priyanka Goswami won the silver medal with a personal best time of 43:38:83 minutes. Australian Jemima Montang won gold with a time of 42:34:30 minutes.

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India won their second Lawn Bowl medal of the Games, this time a silver in the men’s fours after a historic gold in the women’s fours. Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Navneet Singh and Sunil Bahadur lost 14-ends 5-18 to Northern Ireland’s Sam Barkley, Adam McCune, Ian McClure and Martin McHugh.

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Jasmin Lamboria, Rohit Tokus and Mohammad Hasamuddin added bronze medals to India’s tally as Nikhat Zareen, Neetu, Amit Panghal and Sagar advanced to the finals in their respective groups.

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Goals from Abhishek (20th minute), Mandeep Singh (28th minute) and Jugraj Singh (58th minute) saw India qualify for the men’s hockey final with a hard-fought 3-2 win over South Africa, while South Africa scored the goals. Sticks by Ryan Julius (33rd) and Mustafa Kassim (59th).

The Indian women’s cricket team defeated England by four runs in the semi-finals to ensure their maiden medal in the discipline of the game. Smriti Mandhana scored 61 runs in India’s total of 164 runs in 20 overs. In reply, England scored 160 for 6 in the allotted 20 overs, with their innings costing as many as three runs.

Duti Chand, Hima Das, Shrabani Nanda and Simi also made it to the finals of the women’s 4*400 relay and helped Jamaica finish second in the semi-finals with a time of 44.45 seconds.

In squash, Abhay Singh and Velavan Senthilkumar lost 8-11, 8-11 to Malaysia’s Ng Yow and Yuen Wern in the men’s doubles quarterfinals.

World champions Saurav Ghoshal and Deepika Pallikal also lost in the semi-finals. New Zealanders Joel King and Paul Call defeated them 11-7, 11-4.

Sharath Kamal continued his sensational run by reaching the finals of both men’s and mixed doubles. He first defeated the Australian duo of Nicholas Lum and Finn Luu along with Ji Sathian 3-2 (11-9, 11-8, 9). -11, 12-14, 11-7).

Sharath then entered the mixed doubles final with youngster Sreeja Akula and won 3–2 over the Australian pair of Nicholas Lum and Minhyung Ji. The Indian pair won 11-9 11-8 9-11 12-14 11-7.

Sreeja also performed well in the women’s singles and lost to Singapore’s Tianwei Feng 3-4. Akula lost to Feng 6-11, 11-8, 11-6, 9-11, 8-11, 11-8, 10-12 in the semifinals.

However, Manika Batra’s campaign came to a disappointing end as she and her women’s doubles partner Dia Parag Chitale lost 1–3 in the quarter-finals against Wales’ Charlotte Carey and Anna Hersey.

Earlier, Sharath and Sathian entered the men’s singles semi-finals.

Sharath defeated Singaporean Yong Izak Quek 4-0 (11-6, 11-7, 11-4, 11-7), while Sathian 4-2 (11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 8- 11) was overcome. 10-12 11-9) England’s Sam Walker wins.

However, a game lead was lost to Sunil Shetty as he lost 1-4 (11-9 6-11 8-11 8-11 4-11) to home favorite Liam Pitchford.

In women’s doubles, both Indian pairs – Sreeja Akul and Reeth Tennyson, and Manika Batra and Dia Chitale – won their round of 16 matches. Akula and Tennyson defeated Wales’ Chloe Anna Thomas Wu Zhang and Lara Whitton 11-7, 11-4, 11-3. Batra and Chitale defeated the Mauritian pair of Jalim Nandeshware and Omehani Hosseinli 11-5 11-5 11-3.

Lakshya Sen registered another comfortable win but double Olympic medalists PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth had to work hard to enter the badminton semi-finals. The men’s doubles pair of 2018 silver medalists Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty also entered the semi-finals as did the young women’s pair of Gayatri Gopichand and Treisa Jolly.

World number 10 Sen defeated Mauritian Julian Georges Paul 21-12, 21-11.

Former world champion Sindhu, who won a bronze and a silver in the previous two editions, defeated 60th-ranked Goh 19-21, 21-14, 21-18 to reach her third straight semifinal. CWG.

Even World Championship silver medalist Srikanth could not manage a 21-19, 21-17 win over the world number 54 left-hander Panty.

World number seven Satwik and Chirag defeated Australia’s Jacob Schuyler and Nathan Tang 21-19, 21-11, while Gayatri and Trisa defeated Jamaica’s Catherine Jam and Tahila Richerson 21-8, 21-6.

India suffered a reverse in women’s singles badminton when Akshari Kashyap lost 0-2 to veteran Scot Christie Gilmore. Kirsty won 21-10, 21-7.

Singapore’s Feng Tianwei ended Srija Akula’s hopes of reaching the women’s final with a 4-3 win over India. The score was 11-6, 8-11, 6-11, 11-9, 11-8, 8-11, 12-10 in favor of Singapore.

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