Sports : India won three medals on the fourth day. Sushila Devi won silver medal in Judo. At the same time, in Judo itself, Vijay Yadav won the bronze medal in men. After this Harjinder Kaur won bronze medal in weightlifting. In this way the total number of medals of India has gone up to nine. India has so far won three gold, three silver and three bronze.
Apart from this, the Indian mixed (men’s and women’s) badminton team defeated Singapore 3-0 in the semi-finals to reach the final, where they will take on Malaysia for the gold medal on Tuesday. Apart from this, the men’s team has reached the final in table tennis. The Indian men’s table tennis team defeated Nigeria 3-0 in the semi-finals. Now they will face Singapore for the gold.
India has so far won nine medals in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuley have won gold medals. On the fourth day, India won three medals. In Judo, Sushila Devi won the silver medal, while Vijay Yadav won the bronze. Harjinder Kaur also won bronze medal in weightlifting. On the fourth day, weightlifter Ajay Singh missed out on a medal and finished fourth.
Harjinder Kaur won bronze medal in 71kg category. He has won the country’s ninth medal by lifting a total of 212 kg. In this match, Harjinder lifted 93 kg in snatch and 119 kg in clean and jerk. Sarah Davis of England won the gold medal by lifting a total of 229 kg. At the same time, Canada’s Alexis Ashworth won the silver medal by lifting 214 kg.
Snatch: Harjinder gave his name for 90kg in the first attempt. She could not lift this weight. He lifted 90 kg in the second attempt and 93 kg in the third. In this way, his score in the snatch round was 93 kg.
Clean and Jerk: All three of Harjinder’s attempts in this round were successful. He lifted 113 kg in the first attempt, 116 in the second and 119 kg in the third. In this way his score in clean and jerk was 119.
Luck favors Harjinder
Harjinder scored a total of 212 kg after snatch and clean and jerk. After that it seemed that she would not be able to win bronze. Next to him was Alexis Ashworth. He lifted 214 kg. Then Nigeria’s Joe Ogbonne and England’s Sarah Davis were to arrive. There was going to be a fight for the gold medal between the two, but the game turned around. Jo Ogbonne of Nigeria lifted 100kg in snatch. He gave his name for 125 kg in clean and jerk. She failed in all three attempts. In this way Harjinder’s medal was confirmed.
CWG 2022 Live: Weightlifting: Harjinder Kaur’s match continues
In women’s 71 kg weightlifting, Harjinder Kaur of India is presenting the challenge. She made her first attempt of 90 kg in the snatch round, but failed. At the same time, in the second attempt, Harjinder Kaur lifted a weight of 90 kg.
CWG 2022 Live: Badminton: India take a 2-0 lead over Singapore in the semi-finals
India took a 2-0 lead over Singapore in the semi-finals of the badminton team event. In the first match, the pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty defeated the pair of Kai Terry and Andy Jung 21-11, 21-12. In the second match, PV Sindhu defeated Jia Min Yeo 21-11 in the first game and 21-12 in the second game to win the match. India are now one win away from reaching the finals of the badminton mixed team event. If this happens, then India will be sure of a medal in badminton as well.
CWG 2022 Live: Jasleen Singh loses in bronze medal match
In the men’s 66 kg weight category in Judo, Jasleen Singh of India lost the bronze medal bout. Australia’s Nathan Katz defeated Jasleen in the last few seconds with Ippon to claim the bronze medal. In the last 10 seconds of Ippon, the Australian Judoka threw Jasleen and did not allow her to get up. A full point is awarded when it is fired and the player wins.
CWG 2022 Live: India lead 1-0 in badminton team event
India took a 1-0 lead over Singapore in the semi-finals of the badminton team event. In the first match, the pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty defeated the pair of Kai Terry and Andy Jung 21-11, 21-12. In the second match, Yeo Jia Min is in front of PV Sindhu. Sindhu won the first game 21-11.
PM Narendra Modi congratulates Sushila and Vijay
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also congratulated judoka Sushila Devi. He wrote – Shocked to see Sushila’s brilliant performance. Congratulations to him on winning the silver medal. He showed great skill. Best wishes to Sushila for the future.