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Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 7 LIVE Updates: India beat Wales 4-1 to enter males’s hockey semi-finals; boxers Amit, Jaismine, Sagar guarantee India of medals

Commonwealth Games 2022: India’s time desk on August 5

The badminton, desk tennis stars will continue to withhold India’s marketing and marketing and marketing campaign on Friday on the Commonwealth Games 2022 nonetheless all eyes will be on girls folks’s hockey personnel after they are going to lock horns in opposition to Australia within the semifinals. Slip star Hima Das will additionally feature within the girls folks’s 200m semifinal.

Sudhir wins gold in para powerlifting males’s heavyweight tournament

India’s Sudhir claimed the gold medal in males’s heavyweight para powerlifting tournament on the Commonwealth Games. Sudhir, an Asian Para Games bronze medallist, lifted 208kg in his first strive sooner than increasing it to 212kg in his 2nd effort to net 134.5 aspects and spoil the Games file. The 27-twelve months-former Sudhir, who has an impairment in consequence of the implications of polio, thus opened India’s para sports medal yarn within the continuing CWG.

Murali Sreeshankar wins ancient silver in lengthy bounce

Murali Sreeshankar clinched a silver in males’s lengthy bounce tournament to provide India a 2nd medal in athletics on the Commonwealth Games. The 23-twelve months-former nationwide file holder soared to 8.08m in his fifth strive and make 2nd on the support of Laquan Nairn of Bahamas in a nerve-wrecking males’s lengthy bounce final. Nairn additionally had a most effective bounce of 8.08m nonetheless his 2nd most effective of 7.98m used to be higher than 7.84m of Sreeshankar. Jovan van Vuuren (8.06m) of South Africa took the bronze. The opposite Indian within the fray, Muhammed Anees Yahiya ended at fifth with a most effective bounce of 7.97m.

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Indian para powerlifter Sudhir wins HISTORIC GOLD in males’s heavyweight category

Para Powerlifter Sudhir is a success in his 2nd strive in males’s Heavyweight category. Lifts 212 kg

1st Indian male to clinch a Silver in Long Leap at CWG

SREESHANKAR WINS SILVER 🔥 🇮🇳's Nationwide Fable holder Sreeshankar Murali turns into the first ever Indian male to clinc… https://t.co/iBnFeUZAT8

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Para Powerlifting – Sudhir is on the head space after his first strive of 208 kg in males’s Heavyweight category

FACT – Sreeshankar’s most effective strive used to be same as that of gold medallist Laquan Nairn of Bahrain (8.08m). The Indian ended with the silver as the first and 2nd living had been determined through a 2nd most effective bounce after the tie.

Sreeshankar’s 2nd most effective: 7.84 | Laquan’s 2nd Simplest: 7.98m

Closing standings in Males’s Long Leap Closing tournament

Final standings in Men's Long Jump Final event

JUST IN – M Sreeshankar bags a HISTORIC SILVER MEDAL in Males’s Long Leap

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – Muhammed Anees Yahiya produces his most effective strive of 7.97 metres in his final effort.

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – M Sreeshankar comes up with a stupendous effort of 8.08 metres in his fifth strive. Moves straight to 2nd jam

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – Muhammed Anees Yahiya comes up with an effort of 7.58 metres in his fifth strive

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – Frightful by M Sreeshankar in his fourth effort

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – Muhammed Anees comes up with an effort of 7.74 metres in his fourth strive

Squash – Joshana Chinappa/Dipika Pallikal beat Meagan Simplest/Amanda Haywood (Barbados) 11-4, 11-4 in Females’s Doubles – Round of 16

Chinappa/Pallikal pair advances to quarter-finals

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – M Sreeshankar up with an effort of 7.84 metres in his third strive

Athletics: Males’s Long Leap Closing – Muhammed Anees Yahiya comes up with an effort of 7.72 metres in his third strive

JUST IN – Indian boxer Rohit Tokas assured of a medal after defeating Xavier Mata’afa-Ikinofoniu of Niue 5-0 in 67kg quarterfinals

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