India won 15 medals, including five gold, on Day 10 at the Commonwealth Games 2022. Catch CWG 2022, day 10 highlights.
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India won more than a dozen medals on day 9 (Saturday) at the Commonwealth Games 2022, and added 15 more, including a rare one-two in the men's triple jump, on the penultimate day (Sunday) in Birmingham. The women's hockey team also won their bronze medal play-off. Here are the medal winners on day 10 - women's hockey team (bronze), Nitu Ghanghas (women's boxing, gold), Amit Panghal (men's boxing, gold), Eldhose Paul (men's triple jump, gold), Abdulla Aboobacker (men's triple jump, silver), Sandeep Kumar (men's 10,000 m walk), Annu Rani (women's javelin throw), Nikhat Zareen (women's boxing, gold), Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal (squash, mixed doubles), Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (table tennis, silver), Kidambi Srikanth (badminton, bronze), Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula (table tennis, gold), Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand (badminton, bronze) and Sagar Ahlawat (boxing, silver). Sharath Kamal also entered the men's singles final. Badminton stars PV Sindhu, Laskhya Sen, and the pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty entered their respective finals. But India women lost to Australia in the cricket final (SCORECARD). Catch Commonwealth Games 2022, Day 10 highlights.
India won 15 medals, including five. And expect more on the final day as the likes of PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, Achanta Sharath Kamal and the men's hockey teams play in their respective finals.
India's DP Manu (82.28m) and Rohit Yadav (82.22m) finished fifth and sixth, respectively.
India's Sagar Ahlawat loses to Delicious Orie of England in super heavyweight gold medal bout.
The Indian quartet finishes 7th with a timing of 3:05.51. Underwhelming!
India's Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand defeated Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen and Gronya Somerville of Australia 21-15, 21-18 to win the bronze medal.
India's Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula beat Javen Choong and Karen Lyne of Malaysia to win the gold medal.
Rohit Yadav, DP Manu in men's javelin throw final; Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand in women's bronze medal badminton play-off; Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula in table tennis mixed doubles final.
Some collapse and India lose to Australia by nine runs. The reigning ODI and T20I champions make Commonwealth Games history.
Jess Jonassen with the final over. India need 11. Yastika Bhatia and Meghna Singh in the middle.
Deepti Sharma (13 off 8) is given LBW out. India need another 13 runs in 9 balls. Meghna Singh is the new batter. She joins Yastika Bhatia in the middle. IND - 149/8 (18.3)
Sneh Rana is run out for 8 off 6. India need 23 runs in 15 balls. Radha Yadav is the new batter. IND - 139/6 (17.3)
India lose quick wickets. Three wickets for 41 runs in the last 30 balls. Pooja Vastrakar (1 off 5) and Harmanptreet Kaur 65(43) in Ashleigh Gardner's second over. 3/5 for Gardner. Deepti Sharma and Sneh Rana are the new batters for India. India Women need 41 runs in 24 balls. IND - 121/5 (16)
India's Kidambi Srikanth beats Jia Heng Teh of Singapore 21-15, 21-18 to win the bronze medal.
Megan Schutt breaks a 96-run stand in 71 balls by cleaning up Jemimah Rodrigues (33 off 33). Pooja Vastrakar joins Harmanpreet Kaur (63 off 40). India need 44 runs in 33 balls. IND - 118/3 (14.3)
Fifty for Harmanpreet Kaur (50 off 34), and a 72-run stand in 57 balls with Jemimah Rodrigues. India need 69 runs in 48 balls. IND - 93/2 (12)
India 73/2 at halfway stage. Still need 89 more runs in 60 balls. Harmanpreet Kaur (31 off 24) and Jemimah Rodrigues (21 off 22) in an unbeaten 51 run stand in 44 balls. 45 runs in the last 30 balls. IND - 73/2 (10)
India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran loses to Liam Pitchford of England 1-4 (5-11, 11-4, 8-11, 9-11, 9-11). It's Achanta Sharat Kamal and Pitchford in the final tomorrow. Sathiyan will face England Paul Drinkhall in the bronze medal play-off.
India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran trails Liam Pitchford of England 1-3 (5-11, 11-4, 8-11, 9-11).
India lose Smriti Mandhana (6 off 7) and Shafali Verma (11 off 7) in quick succession. IND 22/2 (3)
India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran trails Liam Pitchford of England 1-2 (5-11, 11-4, 8-11) after the third game.
India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran wins the second against Liam Pitchford of England. It's 1-1 (5-11, 11-4) after two games.
India restrict Australia to 161/8. Two wickets each for Renuka Singh and Sneh Rana. Beth Mooney scores 61 off 41.
India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is up against Liam Pitchford of England for a place in the final.
India's Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal beat Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley of Australia 11-8, 11-4 to win the bronze medal.
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal beats Paul Drinkhall of England 4-2 (11-8, 11-8, 8-11, 11-7, 9-11, 11- 8) to enter the final.
Sneh Rana gets his second. Beth Mooney (61 off 41), caught by Deepti Sharma. Alana King is the new batter. AUS - 142/6 (17.2)
India's Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal win the first game (11-8) against Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley of Australia.
Renuka Singh gets her second. Grace Harris (2 off 4),c caught by Meghna Singh. Rachael Haynes is the new batter. Beth Mooney not out on 54 off 37. AUS - 133/5 (16.2)
Sneh Rana gets Ashleigh Gardner (25 off 15), stumped. Grace Harris is the new batter. Beth Mooney on 49. AUS -126/4 (15.2)
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal leads Paul Drinkhall of England 3-2 (11-8, 11-8, 8-11, 11-7, 9-11) after five games.
India's Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal will take on Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley of Australia for the bronze medal.
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal leads Paul Drinkhall of England 3-1 (11-8, 11-8, 8-11, 11-7) after four games.
Deepti Sharma removes new batter Tahlia McGrath (2 off 4), caught by Radha Yadav. Ashleigh Gardner joins Beth Mooney (36 off 25) in the middle. AUS - 87/3 (11.1)
Run out! Meg Lanning goes for 36 of 26. Radha Yadav hits the target at the non-striker's end. AUS - 83/2 (10.1)
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal leads Paul Drinkhall of England 2-1 (11-8, 11-8, 8-11) after three games.
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal leads Paul Drinkhall of England 2-0 (11-8, 11-8).
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal is up against Paul Drinkhall of England for a place in the gold medal match.
Review in the nick of time, and it pays off handsomely. Alyssa Healy (7 off 12) is trapped in front by Renuka Singh. Meg Lanning is the new batter. AUS - 9/1 (2.2)
Australia captain Meg Lanning wins the toss and she opts to bat first. India women are unchanged from their semi-final win against England.
India: Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Sneh Rana, Taniya Bhatia (wk), Radha Yadav, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh.
Australia: Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Tahlia McGrath, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown.
It's India vs Australia in the first-ever women's cricket final at Commonwealth Games. Toss delayed!
India's Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran lose to Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford of England 11-8, 8-11, 3-11, 11-7, 4-11. Silver for India.
India's Nikhat Zareen beats Carly MCNaul of Northern Ireland in the light-flyweight final by unanimous decision to win her maiden CWG gold medal.
India's Nikhat Zareen wins the second round against Carly MCNaul of Northern Ireland too. Unanimous so far in both the rounds.
India's Nikhat Zareen wins first round against Carly MCNaul of Northern Ireland.
India's Nikhat Zareen, in blue corner, is up against Carly MCNaul of Northern Ireland for the women's light-flyweight gold medal.
India's Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty beat Peng Soon Chan and Kian Meng Tan of Malaysia in 21 minutes (21-6, 21-15) to enter the finals.
India's Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand lose 13-21, 16-21 to Koong Le Pearly Tan and Muralitharan Thinaah of Malaysia.
India's Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty taking one Peng Soon Chan and Kian Meng Tan of Malaysia for a place in the gold medal match.
After entering the semifinal, Amit Panghal was confident of winning the gold medal. He kept his words. READ what Amit said after his quarterfinal win.
The Indian women's 4x100m relay team of Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Srabani Nanda and Jyothi Yarraji finished fifth in the final with a timing of 43.81s. Nigeria won gold with 42.10s, England (42.41s) took silver while Jamaica (43.08s) bagged bronze.
#Indian Women's 4*100m relay team of Dutee-Hima-Srabani-Jyothi clock 43.81s to finish 5th, well done team 🇮🇳 Great Effort @birminghamcg22#CommonwealthGames2022 #IndianAthletics pic.twitter.com/wivFKtQMwC— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 7, 2022
On a day when PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen entered the singles finals, another Indian Kidambi Srikanth lost to Malaysian Tze Yong Ng 13 - 21, 21 - 19, 21 - 10. He will play Jia Heng Teh of Singapore in the bronze medal match. And NG Tze Yong will face India's Lakshya Sen in the final.
India's Annu Rani bagged a bronze medal for India in the women's javelin throw final with a best effort of 60m. Another Indian in the fray, Shilpa Rani finished a lowly seventh with a best effort of 54.62m.
ANNU WINS BRONZE 🥉@Annu_Javelin scripts history by becoming the 1️⃣st Indian female Javelin Thrower to win a medal at #CommonwealthGames— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 7, 2022
The gutsy javelin thrower has proved her mettle & won a Bronze 🥉with the best throw of 60m at #B2022
Well Done Champ!!👍🏻#Cheer4India🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/zmGneoJQze
JUST IN: India's Sandeep Kumar wins bronze in men's 10,000m racewalk. Earlier on Saturday, Priyanka Goswami had won a historic silver in women's racewalk final.
It's an #Indian day at the #CommonwealthGames2022 as Sandeep Kumar wins a bronze medal in the men's 10000m Race Walk with a time of 38:49.21 minutes after the Gold & Silver medal in the men's Triple Jump by Eldhose Paul (17.03m) and Abdulla Aboobacker (17.02m)#IndianAthletics pic.twitter.com/Ult1LvcPJ6— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 7, 2022
Lakshya Sen joins PV Sindhu in singles final. The Indian defeated Singapore's Jia Heng Teh 21-10, 21-18, 21-16 in men's singles semifinal. Another Indian, Kidambi Srikanth is playing his men's singles semifinal.
JUST IN: India achieve a historic one-two in men's triple jump at Commonwealth Games. Eldhose Paul wins gold with a 17.03m jump while Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid (17.02m) takes silver. Another Indian in the fray, Praveen Chithravel (16.89m) finishes fourth.
It's a Historical Gold & Silver for #IndianAthletics in the men's Triple Jump at the #CommonwealthGames2022 🇮🇳— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 7, 2022
Eldhose Paul brings home the GOLD medal with a jump of 17.03m & Abdulla Aboobacker grabs the SILVER with an effort of 17.02m, Praveen Chithravel 16.89m finish fourth pic.twitter.com/Hrf9f8IPY6
Women's javelin throw final is underway. India's Shilpa Rani throws 54.22m and Annu Rani throws 55.61m in their first attempts.
India's Eldhose Paul is currently in gold medal position with 17.03m in men's triple jump. Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid (17.02m) and Praveen Chithravel (16.89m) are second and fourth respectively.
Meanwhile. Lakshya Sen is leading 1-0 against after Singapore's Jia Heng Teh in men's singles semifinal. Hpwever, Lakshya goes down in the second game 18-21.
Another Gold medal in boxing for India. Amit Panghal beats England's Kiaran Macdonald in men’s over 48kg-51kg (Flyweight) category.
🥇GOLD FOR PANGHAL🥇— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 7, 2022
World Class Effort from @Boxerpanghal🥊🤩 as he upgrades from silver in 2018 CWG to GOLD🥇at #CommonwealthGames2022
Proud of you Champ!!#Cheer4India 🇮🇳#India4CWG2022 🤟 pic.twitter.com/iN4LBobyEW
PV Sindhu assured India atleast a silver for India in women's singles after beating Jia Min Yeo of Singapore 21-19, 21-17 in the semifinal. A former world champion, Sindhu, who has a silver and a bronze from the 2018 and 2014 editions, was clearly the better player on display as she kept a firm grip on the match.
Meanwhile, Indian women's hockey team defeated New Zealand in shoot-out to win bronze medal. What an achievement for the Indian girls.
INDIAN EVES🏑 WINS BR🥉NZE— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 7, 2022
Indian Women's #Hockey Team wins solid bronze🥉against New Zealand's Women's team on a penalty shootout score of 2-1🏑
Well-thought teamwork with ample energy helped the girls deliver their best to win the BRONZE 🤩
Great Game Girls!!👍#Cheer4India pic.twitter.com/RRWX0GnA6X
First of many gold medals on the day. India's Nitu Ganghas wins gold medal after defeating England's Demie-Jade Resztan in women’s over 45kg-48kg final.
🥇NITU WINS GOLD!! 🤩— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 7, 2022
2️⃣time World Youth medalist Nitu Ghanghas wins 🥇at #CommonwealthGames2022 on debut
With this win, the pugilist has won a spot on the list of #Boxing A-listers🤩
Let's #Cheer4India#India4CWG2022 pic.twitter.com/PvZ4qVWJuW
Today marks the one-year anniversary to Neeraj Chopra's historic Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. This day has also been announced as National Javelin Day.
August 7, the Golden Day of #IndianAthletics 🇮🇳— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 7, 2022
Last year same day #NeerajChopra won India's first ever track & field medal at the Tokyo Olympics, a Gold Medal with a throw of 87.58m
Happy National Javelin Day to all!
Thank You @Neeraj_chopra1 pic.twitter.com/MZzpnameDL
At the end of third quarter, India hold on to their lead against New Zealand in the bronze medal match. Can they hold on to their lead? So far, India had 11 shots on goal compared to NZ's six. Poor finishing by the Indian defenders as New Zealand get a penalty stroke at the last moment and equalised through Olive Merry. Penalty shoot-out to decide the bronze medal winners.
We are minutes away from men's triple jump final. India's Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid, Eldhose Paul and Praveen Chithravel will be in action.
The Captain of the Hour 🇮🇳— Sony Sports Network (@SonySportsNetwk) August 6, 2022
Watch @ImHarmanpreet in an exclusive interview after a thrilling entry into the #CWG2022 Final 📽️#BirminghamMeinJitegaHindustanHamara #B2022 #SirfSonyPeDikhega #SonySportsNetwork pic.twitter.com/SYxMFfkT4d
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Big Wishes from the boys have already come. Just one more win from that ELUSIVE GOLD!
Meanwhile, PV Sindhu's women's singles semifinal against Jia Min Yeo of Singapore is underway. Sindhu wins the first game 21-19.
While the men's hockey team will fight for gold on Monday, their women counterparts are already on the field at the moment against New Zealand in a fight for bronze. India are leading 1-0 at the end of half time, thanks to Salima Tete.
"If my training is going right, I feel fine mentally as well. Only I know what I have done to win this medal. It feels a lot more special considering what I have gone through over the past 12 months," said Vinesh who is now a three-time CWG gold medallist."
How did Indian women's cricket team celebrate their final entry?
Our loveable mascot, Perry, has been one of the stars of #B2022, with his performances at Smithfield and his flying visits to the Alexander Stadium among the many highlights.— Birmingham 2022 (@birminghamcg22) August 7, 2022
Check out some of his best bits here! pic.twitter.com/ojQrU3zPYr
Hello and welcome to Day 10 of Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. India has won 40 medals so far and can expect to cross half-century.