Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu got 1st Gold For India
Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu settled India’s first gold medallion at this year‘s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Chanu won the gold in the 49 kg clean and jerk event. Chanu lifted a totality of 201 kg to give India their third medal at the games. In table tennis, the women‘s squad is taking on Malaysia in the quarterfinals.
Manika Batra got India back in the contest after she defeated Ying Ho in a five-game nail-biter. Sreeja Akula had given India a 2- 1 lead before Malaysia made it 2- 2 to force the decider. Before, weightlifter Gururaja Poojary gave India another medal in the ongoing Commonwealth Games with his citation in the men‘s 61 kg order on Saturday. Gururaja finished third in the standings with a totality of 269 kg lift.
He’d stood fourth after the conclusion of the capture round with an elegant 118kg lift but put a further better performance to finish on the platform. Before Gururaja’s match, weightlifter Sanket Sargar brought home India’s first order at the ongoing event with tableware in the 55 kg men‘s final.
Sargar lifted 135 kg in his first attempt of clean and haul before missing a weight of 139 kg in his alternate and third attempts in the final. especially, he’d lifted the loftiest weight of 113 kg bycatch in his third attempt and was leading the race in the men‘s 55 kg final until Mohamad Aniq bin.
Kasdan surpassed him by a narrow periphery to win gold. After Sargar’s palm, India clean swept Sri Lankan 5- 0 in the badminton Mixed Team Event. On the other hand, India participated in pillages with Malta in a 16- 16 draw at the men‘s triplets event of Field Bowls. latterly, the Indian women‘s hockey platoon will square off against Wales in Pool A clash while Lovlina Borgohain will also start off her crusade against Ariane Nicholson in the 66 kg weight order.
In mixed platoon badminton, the Indian contingent will square off against Australia. The opening day of the Games turned out to be fruitful for swoon Srihari Nataraj as he was suitable to qualify for the tests. The table tennis brigades defeated South Africa and Barbados with identical 3- 0 palms, but Australia defeated India in a Pool A women‘s justice match.