CWG 2022 Winner List Day 9: Ravi, Vinesh Phogat and Naveen make golden bets

Saturday was a good day for India in the Commonwealth Games being played in Birmingham. Many medals and historical successes came to India on this day. From cricket to boxing, wrestling, athletics, hockey, India won and confirmed medals. Indian wrestlers once again performed as expected and bagged medals for the country. At the same time, the boxers also confirmed medals by showing a great game. The men’s hockey team has also done a great job by reaching the finals.

India got a historic success today and sprinter Avinash Sable gave that success. Avinash Sable broke his own national record to win the silver medal in the men’s 3000m steeplechase event at the Commonwealth Games while Priyanka Goswami won the silver medal in the 10,000m walking event. Goswami created a new history by becoming the first Indian woman to win a medal in walking fabricate. Sable said 8:11. Taking 20 seconds to 8 : 12 . Broke his own national record of 48. Goswami clocked a personal best of 43:38.83 to finish second behind Australia’s Jemima Montag (42:34.30).

medals in boxing

Indian boxer Amit Panghal (51kg) secured a silver medal in the 947 flyweight event while debutant Neetu Ganghas entered the women’s (45-48kg) minimumweight final. Nikhat Zareen also confirmed the medal by reaching the final of 51 kg weight category. Neetu, who entered the ring first, reached her first Commonwealth Games gold medal bout in which she will face England’s Resjatain Demi Jade. She ensured her silver medal by defeating Priyanka Dhillon of Canada in the semi-finals by RSC (referee stopping the match).

After this Panghal entered the ring, he entered the finals of the Commonwealth Games consecutively on the basis of his brilliant performance. Last time he had to be satisfied with the silver medal, so this time he would like to change the color of the medal. He defeated Patrick Chinayamba of Zimbabwe 5–0 in a unanimous decision in the semi-finals. He will face England’s McDonald Kieran in the final on 7 August.

amazing in cricket

India’s women’s cricket team, playing the Commonwealth Games for the first time, defeated England in the semi-finals to make it to the final and ensured a medal. Batting first, India scored 164 runs on the basis of Smriti Mandhana’s 61 runs. England’s team could only score 160 runs and lost the match.

Wrestlers showed their strength

Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Ravi Dahiya and veteran Vinesh Phogat performed as expected to bag the gold medals for India while Pooja Gehlot won the bronze. Naveen also gave India a gold medal. Dahiya defeated Abikevenimo Velsen of Nigeria in the men’s 57kg final by technical superiority 10. beat 0. On the other hand, Vinesh defeated Chamodia Keshani Maduravalage Don of Sri Lanka in a few seconds in the women’s 53kg category. Won by 0.

In the women’s 50kg category, Pooja Gehlot beat Christelle L of Scotland on the basis of technical superiority in the bronze medal match. beat by 2. At the same time, Naveen won the gold medal in the men’s 74 kg weight category by beating Tahir of Pakistan 9-0. At the end of the day, Pooja Sihag won the bronze by winning the women’s 76kg category, while Deepak Nehra won the bronze medal in the men’s 97kg category.

Silver for India in Lawn Balls

India’s men’s team has won the silver medal in Lawn Balls. Northern Ireland beat India 18-5 in the final of the men’s force. This is India’s second medal in these games. Earlier, the women’s team had created history by giving India a gold medal in the same event.

final in hockey

The men’s hockey team also gave a chance to the country and defeated South Africa in the semi-finals to make it to the final. India won this match 3-2. Team India has reached the finals of these games after 2014. For India, who remained unbeaten in the league stage, Abhishek scored in the 20th minute, Mandeep Singh in the 28th and Jugraj Singh in the 58th minute, while Ryan Julius scored in the 33rd minute and M Kasim in the 59th minute for South Africa.

badminton’s condition

Two-time Olympic champion PV Sindhu, besides former men’s singles number one Kidambi Srikanth and young Lakshya Sen advanced to the last four after winning their respective quarterfinals in the Commonwealth Games badminton event. Former world champion Sindhu made a spectacular comeback after losing her first game in the women’s singles match with a 19-21, 21-14, 21-18 win over 60th-ranked Goh. In men’s singles, Srikanth defeated world ranking 54th-ranked Toby Penty of England 21-19, 21-17 in straight games, while Lakshya Sen defeated Julian George Paul of Mauritius 21-12, 21-11. Had no problem giving.

Medal fixed in table tennis

India’s star table tennis player Achanta Sharath Kamal continued her stellar performance to secure two more medals by making it to the men’s and mixed doubles finals. Sharath and G Sathiyan beat Australia’s Nicholas Lum and MG 11-9, 11-8, 9-11, 12-14, 11-7. He will now face England’s Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford in the final. Sharath and Sreeja Akula defeated Nicolas Lum and Lou Finn 11-9, 11-8, 9-11, 12-14, 11-7 in the mixed doubles match.

In women’s singles, Sreeja lost to Tianwei Feng of Singapore 6-11, 11-8, 11-6, 9-11, 8-11, 11-8, 10-12. Earlier in the men’s singles, Sharath defeated Yong Izak Kwek of Singapore 11-6, 11-7, 11-4, 11-7. On the other hand, Sathiyan defeated Sam Walker of England 11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 8-11, 10-12, 11-9. Sanil Shetty, however, lost 11-9, 6-11, 8-11, 8-11, 4-11 to local player Liam Pitchford after taking a one-game lead.

In women’s doubles, Sreeja Akula and Reeth Tennyson and Manika Batra and Diya Chitale won the last 16 matches. Sreeja and Tennyson defeated Shoal Anna Thomas Wu Zhang and Lara Witten of Wales 11-7, 11-4, 11-3. On the other hand, Batra and Chitale defeated Mauritius’s J Nandeshwari and O Hosenali 11-5, 11-5, 11-3.

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