Murali Sreeshakar: Murali Srishankar did a big act, the first Indian to win medals in this event of Commonwealth Games

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Murali Sreeshakar: Murali Srishankar did a big act, the first Indian to win medals in this event of Commonwealth Games
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Murali Sreeshakar: Murali Srishankar has won the silver medal in the log jump for India. He is the first Indian to win a medal in this long jump event in India.

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Murali Sreeshakar: Murali Srishankar of India created history by winning a silver medal in the male long jump event of the Commonwealth Games athletics competition here on Thursday, but from the gold medal The victory missed. Murali Srishankar showed amazing game and put a medal in India's bag.

First Indian to win medals in this event

Murali is the first Indian player to win a medal in the men's long jump event of Srishankar Commonwealth Games. Srishankar, a strong contender for the gold medal, won the silver medal with a distance of 8.08 meters in his fifth attempt. Lakuan Neer of Bahamas, who won the gold medal, also made the best attempt of 8.08 meters in his second attempt. Lakeuan's second best attempt, however, was 7.98 meters, which was better than Srishankar's second best attempt of 7.84 meters, due to which he was declared the winner.

Wind also obstructed in winning gold medal

Murali at the time of Srishankar's effort was 1.5 meters per second while the minus was 0.1 meters per second at the time of Nern's effort. At the same time, Lakuan achieved this distance in his second attempt and he got less help from the wind. Yovan Van Wuran of South Africa won a bronze medal with an attempt of 8.06 meters.

Gold

Murali Srishankar and Yahiya, both of this, lagged behind their personal and the best performance of their personal and 8.15 meters respectively. If both of them equaled their personal best performance, then India could get gold and silver medals. Srishankar was the only player in the qualifying round to score an auto -qualifying level of eight meters with 8.05 meters.

Srishankar and Yahiya were running sixth and eighth respectively after three attempts in the finals of six attempts. After three efforts in the finals of twelve players, only the top eight players are approved to make the next three efforts.

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