The Commonwealth Games 2022 is approaching the end and will conclude in a day. The Indian contingent has bagged fifty-five medals for the nation so far. With eighteen gold medals, fifteen silver medals and twenty-two bronze medals, India ranks fifth in the medal tally. Australia, however, is still topping the tally with hundred and seventy-four medals.
Day 10 turned out to be a great one for the Indian contingent. The boxers, Nikhat Zareen, Nitu Ghanghas and Amit Panghal managed to bag gold medals for India. Kidambi Srikanth outclassed the opponent in the bronze medal match. Here’s how day 10 fared out for India at the Commonwealth Games 2022:
Boxers had a great day yesterday. Nikhat Zareen, Nitu Ghanghas and Amit Panghal won gold medals for India. With this, the Indian gold medal tally skyrocketed to eighteen. Sagar Ahlawat bagged a silver medal for India adding up to the silver tally.
Kirdambi Srikanth had a tough bronze medal match but eventually came out on top in the end. He won bronze for India. In the women’s doubles event, Pullela Gopichand and Jolly Treesa won bronze for India. PV Sindhu will step onto the big stage today.
Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal won a bronze medal for India in the mixed doubles event. The duo reigned over Australia’s Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley to clinch the bronze.
The women’s hockey after a tragic semi-final, stepped onto the field to lock horns with New Zealand in the bronze medal match. The Indian women managed to win the match in the shoot-out.
Indian women’s cricket fell short of the target set by Australia by 9 runs in the gold medal match. After electing to bat first, the Australian cricket team managed to put 161 on the board. Indian women were tumbled down for just 152 runs. They bagged silver for India.
Annu Rani won bronze for India in the women’s javelin throw. Sandeep Kumar managed to bag bronze in the men’s 10km race walk.
The Indian mixed team Sreeja Akula and Achanta Sharath Kamal scripted history by winning gold for India. Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran won silver for India in the men’s doubles event.