Friday, April 13, 2018

XXI Commonwealth Games

At the XXI Commonwealth Games - Gold Coast 2018, Australia

Shooting - Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions
Gold -Tejaswini Sawant (IND) 457.9 pts(GR)
Silver - Anjum Moudgil (IND) 455.7 pts
Bronze - Seonaid McIntosh (SCO) 444.6 pts

Shooting - 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's
Gold - Anish Bhanwala (IND) 30 pts (GR)
Silver - Sergei Evglevski (AUS) 28 pts
Bronze - Sam Gowin (ENG) 17 pts

Wrestling - Men's freestyle - 65 kg
Gold - Bajrang Punia (IND)
Silver - Kane Charig (WAL)
Bronze - Charlie Bowling (ENG) and Amas Daniel (NGR) (NGR)

Men's Freestyle 65 kg Gold Medal
Bajrang Punia (IND) bt Kane Charig (WAL) 10-0 (Victory by Technical Superiority)

[R16] Bajrang Punia (IND) bt Brahm Richards (NZL) 10-0 (Victory by Technical Superiority)
[QF] Bajrang Punia (IND) bt Amas Daniel (NGR) 10-0 (Victory by Technical Superiority)
[SF] Bajrang Punia (IND) bt Vincent De Marinis (CAN) 10-0 (Victory by Technical Superiority)

Wrestling - Men's freestyle - 97 kg
Gold - Martin Erasmus (RSA)
Silver - Mausam Khatri (IND)
Bronze - Alexios Kaouslidis (CYP) and Jordan Steen (CAN)

Men's Freestyle 97 kg Gold Medal
Mausam Khatri (IND) l Martin Erasmus (RSA) 2-12 (Victory by Technical Superiority)

[QF] Mausam Khatri (IND) bt Alexios Kaouslidis (CYP) 12-0 (Victory by Technical Superiority)
[SF] Mausam Khatri (IND) bt Soso Tamarau (NGR) 10-7 (Victory by Points)

Wrestling - Women's Freestyle 57 kg Nordic
Gold - Odunayo Adekuoroye (NGR)
Silver - Pooja Dhanda (IND)
Bronze - Emily Schaefer (CAN)

Women's Freestyle 57 kg Gold Medal
Pooja Dhanda (IND) l Odunayo Adekuoroye (NGR) 5-7 (Victory by Points)

[Group B M1] Pooja Dhanda (IND) bt Emily Schaefer (CAN) 12-5 (Victory by Points)
[Group B M2] Pooja Dhanda (IND) bt Ana Moceyawa (NZL) 8-0 (Victory by Fall)
[SF] Pooja Dhanda (IND) bt Joseph Essombe Tiako (CMR) 11-5 (Victory by Points)

Wrestling - Women's Freestyle 68 kg Nordic
Gold - Blessing Oborududu (NGR)
Silver - Danielle Lappage (CAN)
Bronze - Divya Kakran (IND)

Women's Freestyle 68 kg Bronze Medal
Divya Kakran (IND) bt Sherin Sultana (BAN) 4-0 (Victory by Fall)

[Group B M1] Divya Kakran (IND) bt Gaelle Alakame Anzong (CMR) 10-8 (Victory by Fall)
[Group B M2] Divya Kakran (IND) l Danielle Lappage (CAN) 2-12 (Victory by Technical Superiority)
[SF] Divya Kakran (IND) l Blessing Oborududu (NGR) 1-11 (Victory by Technical Superiority)

Boxing - Men's 91kg Semifinal
Naman Tanwar (IND) l Jason Whateley (AUS) 0-4 (28-28, 27-29, 26-30, 26-30, 27-29)

Boxing - Men's 56kg Semifinal
Hussamuddin Mohammed (IND) l Peter McGrail (ENG) 0-5 (27-30, 28-29, 28-29, 26-30, 27-30)

Boxing - Men's 69kg Semifinal
Manoj Kumar (IND) l Pat McCormack (ENG) 0-5 (27-30, 27-30, 27-30, 27-30, 26-30)

Table Tennis - Women's Doubles
Gold - Tianwei Feng (SGP)/ Mengyu Yu (SGP)
Silver - Manika Batra (IND)/ Mouma Das (IND)
Bronze - Ying Ho (MAS)/ Karen Lyne (MAS)

Table Tennis - Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match
Manika Batra (IND)/ Mouma Das (IND) l Tianwei Feng (SGP)/ Mengyu Yu (SGP) 0-3 (5-11, 4-11, 5-11)

Table Tennis - Women's Doubles Bronze Medal Match
Sutirtha Mukherjee (IND)/ Pooja Sahasrabudhe (IND) l Ying Ho (MAS)/ Karen Lyne (MAS) 1-3 (13-15, 7-11, 11-8, 7-11)

In shooting, Tejaswini Sawant won Gold in Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions, this was her second medal after Silver, which she won yesterday ... Here, she had a tough challenge from her compatriot Anjum Moudgil, but Tejaswini prevailed and won it with Game Record ... In the qualifying, Anjum dominated and qualified for the final with new Qualifying Game Record, 589 pts and Tejaswini qualified on the third position with 582 pts.

15 yrs old Anish Bhanwala won Gold medal in 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's event beating Australian shooter ... When matter most he hit 5/5 in the final round to win Gold with new record ... Neeraj Kumar finished on the 5th position with 13 pts as he eliminated 2nd in the final ... Anish and Neeraj qualified for the final on the top 2 positions with 580 pts and 579 pts.

In Men's freestyle, Bajrang Punia was technically too strong for these wrestlers and in CWG he won Gold of Freestyle 65 kg without losing a single point ... In the final also, he completed win in the first period against Wales wrestler Kane Charig ... Mausam Khatri won Silver in Freestyle 97 kg ... He reached in the final with couple of good wins ... In the final, his South African opponent, Martin Erasmus, proved too strong to handle.

In women's freestyle, For Gold medal Pooja Dhanda lost a close match against strong Nigerian wrestler in Women's Freestyle 57 kg ... Pooja defeated Cameroon wrestler Joseph Essombe Tiako in the semis on points ... Before that, she also scored couple of good wins in her Group ... Divya Kakran won Bronze beating Bangladeshi wrestler comfortably in the Women's Freestyle 68 kg ... Before, she lost the semi-final against Nigerian wrestler ... In group, She won a match and lost another match against superior Canadian wrestler.

In boxing, Naman Tanwar confirmed Bronze after losing to his Aussie opponent in the semis in 91kg category ... Hussamuddin Mohammed also confirmed Bronze after losing his bout to British boxer in 56kg category Another Bronze medal in 69kg category as Manoj Kumar lost easily against British boxer.

In table tennis, higher ranked Singaporean pair proved too strong for our pair, Manika Batra and Mouma Das in the Women's Doubles final ... Our other pair also lost in Bronze medal match against Malaysian pair.

Shreyasi Singh finished in the fifth position in the Women's Trap Finals.

So after end of the ninth day, we remain on the third position and already we win highest number of golds in CWG history ... We win 17 golds, 11 silvers and 14 bronzes.


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Rahul Khanna said...

India won 37 golds in 2010 and 22 in 2006.So how have we won the most number of golds this commonwealth games?

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