Indian Women’s Table Tennis Team Clinch Gold Medal -Commonwealth Games 2018
Goldcoast: India’s first three days wrestlers got the medals. On the fourth day, Table tennis players joined in medallist. As a result, India has done their best in the Commonwealth Games Sunday. Three gold, silver and two bronze picked one day. At present, India is in fourth place with seven gold, two silver, and three bronze medals.
Manu again shines
The Indian shooters have made the truth about the achievement of medals. On the first day of the shooting event started on Sunday, our shooters won gold, silver, and bronze. Manu Bhakkar, a 16-year-old girl from Haryana, won her gold medal in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol event. In the final, the top scorer with 240.9 points.
She is known as the Indian shooter who gained gold at the young age of the sport. India’s Heena Sidhu has scored 234 points to win a silver medal. In the last month, Mexico has hosted two gold in the senior World Cup hosted by the two junior men in the junior world cup in Sydney, and in the Commonwealth Games.
388 points in qualifying, Manu set a new Commonwealth Games record with a score of 240.9 points in the final. In the women’s skeet event, Indian shooter Sania Shaikh finished fourth and lost a bronze medal. Indian shooter Ravi Kumar won the bronze medal in the men’s 10m air rifle category. Ravi won 224 points in the final. Another Indian shooter, Deepak Kumar, was placed at sixth place with 162 points.
Two more weightlifting
Indian weightlifters have gained gold for the fourth consecutive day. In Uttar Pradesh, 22-year-old Poonam Yadav of Uttar Pradesh won 222 kgs (122 in 100 + clean and jerk in Snatch 122) with a gold medal. In the men’s 94 kg, Punjab’s 24-year-old Vikas Thakur won a bronze medal. He finished third in the 351 kg (Snack 159+ clean and jerk 192). In the 2014 Glasgow Games Vikas won silver in the 85 kg category. India’s Lifetime Season is in the women’s 75 kg category.
Table Tennis Team
The highlight of Indian women’s team of TT on Sunday. India beat eighth-ranked Singapore team to reach the fifth consecutive win for the team. In the final, India defeated Singapore 3-1 in the history of the sport to win the gold medal for the first time. In the 2010 Delhi Games, Indian women’s team satisfied with silver in the event against Singapore. The 22-year-old Manika Batra of Delhi won the first two singles matches and played a major role in India’s memorable victory.
In the first match, World ranked 58th in the Manika 11-8, 8-11, 7-11, 11-9, 11-7 to beat the 4th World Ranking Tianwei Feng and gave India a 1-0 lead. In the second match, the score was 1-1 with a Madhurika loss. In the third match, India defeated Mengyu Yu 11-7, 11-6, 8-11, 11-7 in the Madhurika Patkar and Mouma Das duo of India 2-1. In the fourth match, with Yihan Zhou 11-7, 11-4, 11-7 India won 3-1 with the victory. “I did not expect even a dream to defeat the world’s fourth-ranked and Olympic medal winner. At the moment I watched her, I felt like a world peak, “Manika said.
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