CWG 2022 Day 6: Tulika won silver, bronze in Saurav-Lovepreet’s account, know how India’s condition was today

New Delhi. Lovepreet Singh gave India another medal in weightlifting on the sixth day of the Commonwealth Games 2022. With this, India has 14 medals. At the same time, India’s medal in Judo and Boxing has also been confirmed. The Indian mixed doubles pairing has also gone ahead in squash. In Para Table Tennis also, Bhavina Patel made a winning start to her campaign.

  • India’s Lovepreet Singh won the bronze medal for the country. He lifted 355 kg in men’s 109 kg. In clean and jerk, Lovepreet also made a new national record by lifting 192 kg.
  • Tulika Mann made it to the final of the 78kg weight category, where she lost to Judoka of Scotland. Despite this, she returned after winning the silver medal and became only the second Indian to do so.
  • India’s experienced squash player Saurav Ghoshal created history by winning the men’s singles bronze. He became the first squash player from India to win a singles medal in CWG history.
  • Indian boxer Neetu Ghanghas made it to the semi-finals by defeating Niklos Clyde in the 48 kg category. With this, Neetu’s medal has also been confirmed. At the same time, Nikhat Zareen and Mohammad Musamuddin also sealed the medal by reaching the semi-finals.
  • In Lawn Ball Men’s Singles Round 2, Mridul Boregohan had a 21-5 win over Chris.
  • In Para Table Tennis, Bhavina Patel started her campaign with a win. She defeated Australia’s Dania De Toro 3-1.
  • The Indian women’s team did wonders in hockey on Wednesday. In the Group A pool match, India defeated Canada 3-2 in a thrilling match. With this, the team made its place in the semi-finals. At the same time, the men’s team also defeated Canada 8-0 in the group stage.
  • In squash, Sara Kuruvilla won the match against Marie of Guyana 3-0 in a one-sided fashion. On the other hand, the mixed doubles pair of Joshanna Chinappa and Harinder Pal Singh reached the Round of 16 with a 8-11, 11-4, 11-3 win against Sri Lanka.

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