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Commonwealth Games 2022: Day 7 results of the Indian contingent

India managed to get a few more medals to their kitty.

Murali Sreeshankar, Sudhir
Murali Sreeshankar, Sudhir (Image Credit : Twitter)

Day seven of the Commonwealth Games 2022 proved to be fruitful for the Indian contingent. Most of the athletes either managed to win medals or get close to them. India got another medal in the event in the Men’s Long Jump. On the other hand, one of the Para Table Tennis players has lost.

Talking about Boxing, Badminton, and Squash teams, they have moved closer to the medals by winning their knockout games. The Hockey has qualified for the semifinals and will be looking to secure a medal. Once again, Gol Medal came from the weightlifting team. Now, let’s have a look at the results on August 4.

Athletics

Sarita Romit Singh – 57.48mDNF – Women’s Hammer Throw Qualifying Group A

Manju Bala – 59.68m (Q) – Women’s Hammer Throw Qualifying Group A

Hima Das – 1st 23.42s (Q) – Women’s 200m Round 1 Heat 2

Muhammed Anees Yahiya – 7.79m – (5th) – Men’s Long Jump Final

Murali Sreeshankar – 8.08mSILVER MEDAL – Men’s Long Jump Final

Table Tennis 

Shetty Sanil/Tennison Reeth 2-3 Wong Qi Shen/Tee Ai Xin – Mixed Doubles Round of 64

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran/Manika Batra 3-0 Crea Mick/Sinon Laura (Seychelles) – Mixed Doubles Round of 32

Achanta Sharath Kamal/Akula Sreeja 3-0 Cathcart Owen/Sophie Earlie (N. Ireland) – Mixed Doubles Round of 32

Reeth Tennison 4-1 Charlotte Bradsley (England) – Women’s Singles Round of 32 

Sreeja Akula 4-1 Karen Lyne (Malaysia) – Women’s Singles Round of 32

Manika Batra 4-0 Ching Nam Fu (Canada) – Women’s Singles Round of 32

Desai Harmeet/Shetty Sanil 3-0 Elia Iosif/Savva Christos (Cyprus) – Men’s Doubles Round of 32

Achanta Sharath Kamal/Sathiyan Gnanasekaran 3-0 Alleyne Joel/van Lange Jonathan (Guyana) – Men’s Doubles Round of 32

Para Table Tennis

Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel 3–0 Akanisi Latu (Fiji) – Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 Group 1 

Baby Sahana Ravi 0–3 Qian Yang (Australia) – Women’s Singles Classes 6-10 Group 1

Sonalben Patel 3-1 Chinenye Obiora (Nigeria) – Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 Group 2

Raj Aravindan Alagar 3–1 Dan Bullen (England) – Men’s Singles Classes 3-5 Group 2

Boxing

Amit Panghal 5–0 Lennon Mulligan (Scotland) – Men’s 51kg Flyweight Quarterfinals 

Jaismine Lamboria 4–1 Troy Garton (New Zealand) – Women’s 60kg Lightweight Quarterfinals 

Sagar Ahlawat 5-0 Keddy Evans Agnes – Men’s 92kg Super Heavyweight Quarterfinals 

Rohit Tokas 5-0 Xavier Ikinofo (Niue) – Men’s Over 63.5kg to 67kg Welterweight Quarterfinals 

Badminton

P.V. Sindhu 2–0 Fathimath Nabaaha (Maldives) – Women’s Singles Round of 32

Kidambi Srikant 2–0 Daniel Wanagaliya (Uganda) – Men’s Singles Round of 32

Ashwini Ponnappa/B. Sumeeth Reddy 0–2 Hemming Callum / Pugh Jessica (England) – Mixed Doubles Round of 32

Akarshi Kashyap 1-0 RETD Mahoor Shahzad (Pakistan) – Women’s Singles Round of 32

Lakshya Sen 2-0 Vernon Smeed (St. Helena) – Men’s Singles Round of 32

Squash

Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla/Anahat Singh 2–0 Kuruppu Yeheni / Sinaly Chanithma (Sri Lanka) – Women’s Doubles Round of 32

Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla/Anahat Singh 0-2 Lobban Donna / Grinham Racheal (Australia) – Women’s Doubles Round of 16

Senthil Kumar Velavan/Abhay Singh 2–0 Reich Luca / Chapman Joe (British Virgin Islands) – Men’s Doubles Round of 32

Chinappa Joshana/Sandhu Harinder Pal Singh 0–2 Lobban Donna / Pilley Cameron (Australia) – Mixed Doubles Round of 16

Pallikal Karthik Dipika/Ghosal Sourav 2-0 Whitlock Emily / Creed Peter (Wales) – Mixed Doubles Round of 16

Chinappa Joshana/Pallikal Karthik Dipika 2-0 Best Meagan/ Amanda Haywood (BAR) Women’s Doubles Round of 16

Hockey

India 4-1 Wales – Men’s Group Match Pool B and Qualified for Semis

Lawn Bowls

Mridul Borgohain 21–13 Ross Davis (Jersey) – Men’s Singles Section D Round 5

Gymnastics

Bavleen Kaur – 8th18.100 – Team Final & Individual Qualification

Para Powerlifting

Sudhir – 134.5 (GR)GOLD MEDAL – Men’s Heavyweight Final

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