CWG 2018: Boxer Satish Kumar settles for Silver in men's +91kg category

CWG 2018: Boxer Satish Kumar settles for Silver in men's +91kg category

CWG 2018: Boxer Satish Kumar settles for Silver in men's +91kg category

Indian women's hockey team suffered a humiliating 0-6 defeat in the bronze medal match against England to finish fourth at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast on Saturday. Also, this is the first gold for India in Women's boxing in the current edition after Pinki Rani, L Sarita Devi and Lovlina Borgohain failed to live up the billing.

Australia now leads the medal tally with 161, followed by England with 91 and India with 35.

England men avenged their 3-4 loss to India in the group stage as Sam Ward (7th minute, 43rd minute) struck twice for the winners while Varun Kumar (27th) was the lone goal scorer for India.

Indian athletes clinched as many as eight gold medals on the penultimate day of the 21 Commonwealth Games (CWG) being held in Gold Coast in Australia. Mary Kom defeated Kristina O'Hara of Northern Ireland by a unanimous 5:0 verdict to take the title.

India have 16 Silver and 18 Bronze to accompany the 25 gold medals won. "We can not afford to give them soft goals like we did today".

"I still think about Olympics gold but other than that I have got everything".

Seems like no stopping India in the ongoing commonwelath games.

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There are also the expectations that this would be the last medal for MC Mary Kom as she will be taking the retirement after the tournament. The 37-year-old Tejaswini claimed the top prize by shattering the Games record in women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions event while putting in the shade compatriot and silver victor Anjum Moudgil's remarkable resilience.

Grappler strikes gold in 65kg event, Khatri, Pooja claim silver each; Divya bags bronze.

Indian paddler Manika Batra clinched a gold medal in the women's singles category at the games.

Chirag Chandrashekhar Shetty and Satwik Rankireddy are in the final of the men's doubles badminton at the Commonwealth Games.

In the first semi-final, Achanta Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das were beaten by Ning Gao and Yu Mengyu of Singapore 3-2.

Nigeria finished second in the wrestling medal standings with Aminat Adeniyi continuing their success in the women's freestyle events today.

He beat Nigeria's Melvin Bibo in the final.

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