India has stowed three more Gold, one Silver and two bronze decorations at the 21st Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast on the fourth day on ninth April. Indian ladies’ Table Tennis group won their first since forever Gold Medal vanquishing Singapore 3-1 on ninth April. India now remains on fourth position in the awards count, having asserted seven gold, two silver and three bronze decorations up until now.
From weightlifting to boxing to table tennis to hockey, ladies framed the center of India’s astounding day four at the 21st Commonwealth Games. Manika Batra drove Table tennis group’s triumph was noteworthy as Singapore had never lost since 2002.
Prior in the day, India had stowed two Gold, one Silver and two bronze awards. The weightlifters proceeded with the award surge with Punam Yadav winning gold in the 69 kg classification with an individual best lift of 222 kg. Vikas Thakur added a bronze to weightlifters’ brilliant keep running in the men’s 94 kg classification.
Youth Manu Bhaker struck gold in 10 meter Air Pistol Finals and Heena Sidhu included a Silver in a similar class. Afterward, Ravi Kumar won a bronze in men’s 10 meter air rifle occasion. MC Mary Kom progressed to the semi-last of the ladies’ 48kg boxing occasion. Star boxer Vikas Kishan entered the quarter-finals in men’s 75 kg with a 5-nil decision against his Australian opponent.
In Women’s Hockey, India aroused from an objective down to content a staggering 2-1 triumph over Olympic champions England in their third Pool A match. In Men’s Hockey, India vanquished Wells 4-3 of every a gathering B coordinate.