Published: Сб, Апреля 14, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

CWG: India's men's hockey team loses to New Zealand in semis

CWG: India's men's hockey team loses to New Zealand in semis

Australia with 65 gold medals, 49 silver medals and 51 bronze medals claimed 165, England with 30 gold, 34 silver and 34 bronze medals, India at third with 17 gold, 11 silver and 41 bronze medals while Canada with 13 gold medal, 37 silver medals and 24 bronze medals.

Anish, a 15-year-old shooter from India fired into Gameshistory when he grabbed gold medal in the shooting of being the youngest ever shooter of the Games.

Twenty-four-year-old Buderim native Mitch Larkin (QLD) won five gold, men's 50m backstroke, 100m backstroke, 200m backstroke men's 200m individual medley and men's 4×100 medley relay with Jake Packard, Grant Irvine and Kyle Chambers in a new games record (3:31.04).

Then the wrestlers, led by Bajrang, took charge.

Sushil, the only Indian sportsperson to have two Olympic medals to his name, had earlier picked gold in the now disbanded 66kg category at the 2010 New Delhi edition, before clinching the same at the 2014 CWG in Glasgow in 74kg category.

In the women's section, Pooja lost 5-7 to defending champion Odunayo Adekuoroye of Nigeria in the final.

The SA women's side fared marginally better as a single win (2-0 over Wales) and a draw (1-1 v Malaysia) saw them finish third in Pool A and progress to the playoff for 5th and 6th - where they went down 3-1 to Canada. Bajrang started his campaign with a power-packed display against Brahm Richards of New Zealand.

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Returning to Gold Coast after having picked a bronze at the same venue in the Commonwealth Championships, Deepak's snatch lift of 136kg was bettered or equalled only by two lifters, but it seemed a medal could be out of his reach when he only made two successful attempts in the clean and jerk.

Shooters Tejaswini Sawant bags gold, Anjum Moudgil wins silver.

Mixed doubles semifinal: Satwik Rankireddy/Ashwini Ponnappa, 8.55 a.m.

The victory also saw the hockey squad, which is now ranked 12th in the world, one-up on their performance in Glasgow four years ago, where they finished seventh.

IST: Badminton - Ashwini Ponappa and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy to play for bronze medal after losing 22-20, 18-21, 16-21 in the semi-final against England's Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith.

With a throw of 80.4 metres on Friday, Neeraj Chopra also managed to sail to the Javelin finals.

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