CWG 2018 LIVE: Neeraj Chopra becomes the first Indian to win gold at the spear thrown
Let’s say that more than a dozen medals are now on stake. And India can put a considerable number of medals in the rest of the games.
- So far, 48 medals of India
- Saina Nehwal reached the final of singles
- Today there are many medals at stake
In Badminton, Srikanth Kidambi, Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu have entered the women’s singles finals. The golden collision in this category will now be between the two players. Overall, the number of medals of India has now gone up to 48. It includes 21 gold, 13 silver and 14 bronze medals.
Mary Kom has won the title of gold in the 45-48 kg weight category competition of women’s boxing on Saturday. This legendary boxer won the medal in Commonwealth Games for the first time by defeating Christina O Hara of England in the final by 5-0. Gaurav SolankiIn the men’s category , has given the second gold medal in boxing on Saturday. Gaurav won gold medal in the men’s 52kg weightlifting event, defeating Brendan Irvine of Northern Ireland 4-1 in the final, Manish Kaushik He lost 60 kg in the weight category and had to satisfy him with silver. In this category, another boxer of India, boxer Amit Pangal, had lost silver medal in the 46-49 kg weightlifting final. Amit was defeated by England’s Galal Yafai 3-1 to beat his golden dream brokeNeeraj Chopra of athletics India has made history. He did it in throwing spear, which before him could not any other Indian in the history of these games. Neeraj Chopra threw 86.47 meter javalin in his fourth attempt . And this distance could not be distinguished by any other player.Shooting
Sjinv Rajput men’s 50m. In the rifle three position precise shot captured the gold medal. Sanjeev captured gold with a game record, scoring a total of 454.5 at the Belmont Shooting Center. India’s Chain Singh got fifth place in the same event.
In the men’s event, Srikanth defeated England 21-4, 21-17 in a match played at the Carrara Sports Arena and made the final place in the final. In another match H.S. Prannoy had to face defeat in the semi-finals. Lee Chong Wei Lee of Malaysia defeated Prannoy 21-16, 21-9, 21-14 in a 58-minute match to make it to the final.