Gold Coast, April 12: Seema Punia and Navjeet Dhillon secured the silver and bronze award individually in the ladies’ talk about toss at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Thursday.
In the principal endeavor, Seema effectively moved beyond the 60 meter-check with her best toss of 60.41m to sack silver. This is her fourth progressive platform complete in this occasion at the Games, following silver in both 2006 and 2014, and a bronze at home in Delhi in 2010.
Her comrade Navjeet figured out how to toss her best 57.43m in her 6th endeavor to sit at the third place.
Australia’s Dani Stevens set another Games record with a Herculean toss of 68.26m to secure gold.
Subsequent to tossing 60.41m in the award securing endeavor, the second endeavor saw Seema Punia tossing 59.57. However, in the third endeavor, Seema fouled and in the fourth she just figured out how to toss 58.54, figuring out how to remain in the main three.
Her fifth endeavor was excluded.
Navjeet, then again, was out of best three from the begin, clearing 55.61 in first endeavor and 56.22, 54.09 in the fourth and fifth endeavor separately. She was behind Sositina Hakeai of New Zealand till at that point yet the last endeavor saw her tossing her best 57.43m which helped him to move at the third place, supplanting the New Zealander. Hakeai (57.16m) best toss came in his third endeavor.