CWG 2022 Results: Hima-PV Sindhu's victory, boxer paved four more medals


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CWG 2022 Results: Hima-PV Sindhu's victory, boxer paved four more medals
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On Thursday, the day proved to be good for India at the Commonwealth Games. The Indian boxers showed their strength and gave the country four opportunities to be happy. Indian boxers confirmed four more medals. At the same time, the male hockey team also showed a great game. India also got good news in badminton. The day was also good for India in table tennis. India's star sprinter Hima Das stood first in her heat in the 200 meter event to finish for the semi -finals. Has confirmed the medal. Amit confirmed the medal as soon as he made it to the semi -finals in the men's 51 kg category. Apart from them, three other boxers have made it to the semi -finals.

Hima (22 years) five female runners were at the forefront from the beginning in which Roda Najobu of Jambia was in second place from 23.85 seconds while Uganda The Jasnant Nayamhoungi finished third from the time of 24.07 seconds. In the women's 200 meter race, six heat will be rectified for the top 16 semi -finals. Hima won Heat-2 but in Heat 1, Nigeria's Favor Off Tilli (22.71 seconds) and Ilane Thompson Hera (22.80 seconds) took a much better time from them. At least six players took a better time compared to Hima which reached the semi -finals.

Top Indian badminton player PV Sindhu also entered the pre -quarterfinals of the Commonwealth Games women's singles event with an easy win. Two-time Olympic medalist Sindhu defeated Fatima Naba Abdul Razzaq of Maldives 21-4 21-11 in just 21 minutes in the round 32. had to face. In the Round of 32, Ashwini Ponappa Sumit Reddy's pair suffered a defeat to the England pair. He lost this match 18-21, 16-21. Kidambi Srikanth, however, has been successful in winning. In Round of 32, he defeated Daniel of Uganda 21-8, 21-9 and won the next round with a win in the next round

India's boxer Amit Panghal won Scotland in the quarter-finals Muligan has made it to the semi-finals by defeating 5–0. In the semi -finals, he will have Patrick in front of him and Amit would like to conquer this match to reach the winning final. Last time, Amit won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games played in the Gold Coast and now his effort is to make the color of this medal gold. Apart from them, female boxer Jasmine entered the semi -finals in the 60 kg category and secured the medal and then Sagar Ahlawat also went to the semi -finals and secured the medal.

Rohit Tokas at the end of the day for India Made another medal. He defeated Xavier Mata 5–0 in the 67 kg category. Sonben defeated Chinaya of Nigeria 1-3. At the same time, Bhavina Patel has also won. Bhavina Patel defeated Fidji's Akanissi Latu 3–0 in his match in Group 1 and confirmed the semi-finals. Bhavina is a big contender for the medal.

Table tennis, however, is disappointed. The pair of Sanil Shetty and Reeth Tennison of India dropped out of the Commonwealth Games mixed doubles table tennis event on Thursday. The Indian pair lost 6-11 10-12 13-11 11-8 8-11 from the pair of Wong Ki Shane and TI of Malaysia in the round 64. Shetty and Tennison made a comeback after losing the first two games and took the next two games to the decisive game. But in the decisive game they were defeated 8-11, which led to the Indian pair out of the competition. </p >

Manju Bala finished 11th in her first attempt in her first attempt in Hammer Throw with the best throw of 59.68 meters. According to the rules, only the best 12 players reach the finals. The final will be held on Saturday on August 6. 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. Canada's Camerin Rogers topped the Commonwealth Games record in the qualification of 74.68 meters. Sunayna and 14 -year -old Anahata in the first match to Yeheni Kurupu and Chanitma Sinali in straight games 11. 9, 11. Defeated 4 In the same category, Joshna Chenappa and Harinder Pal Singh lost 8-11, 9-11 to Donna Loban and Cameron Pile.

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