Commonwealth Games: India's second medal in Commonwealth, boxer Amit Panghal made it to the semi -finals
- 12:03 PM August 4, 2022
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Commonwealth Games 2022: India's star boxer Amit Panghal has confirmed the least bronze medal for the country with a win over Scotland's Lennon Muligan in the men's flyweight quarter -finals.
Commonwealth Games 2022: India's star boxer Amit Panghal won at least bronze medal for the country with a win over Scotland's Lennon Muligan in the men's flyweight quarter -finals have make. In this entire match, Amit dominated his opponent boxer and Amit fiercely punched him. It seemed that Amit is playing these bouts against a boxer with very little experience.
Another medal has been confirmed for the country on the basis of Amit's brilliant performance. After winning 10 medals in weightlifting, Indian boxers have now started showing amazing in the Commonwealth. Amit defeated Lennon Mooligan of Scotland 5-0 in 48 kg weight category. This match seemed completely unilateral. Amit Technical also looked quite dominating his opposing boxer.
Manju's Amazing in Hammer Throw
India's Manju Bala entered the final in the women's throw event while compatriot Sarita Singh failed to do so. Manju Bala finished 11th with the best throw of 59.68 meters in her first attempt in the qualification round. In the same event, another Indian player Sarita finished 13th with her best throw of 57.48 meters, so that she could not qualify for the final.
finals are on Saturday
According to the rules, only the best 12 players reach the finals. The final will be held on 6 August on Saturday. Canada's Camerin Rogers topped the Commonwealth Games record in the qualification of 74.68 meters, which is the record of the Commonwealth Games.Read more: Hyundai launched his tucson SUV, told new date, car will be launched on this day
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12:03 PM August 4, 2022