CWG 2018 Gold Coast: The gold medal tally for India so far

  • CWG 2018 Gold Coast: The gold medal tally for India so far

CWG 2018 Gold Coast: The gold medal tally for India so far

They won the doubles game in four games. Mona Pretorius of South Africa won the bronze medal when she lifted 206 kilograms.

World No.2 Kidambi Srikanth led India to a thumping 3-0 win over unfancied Mauritius and advance to the semi-finals of badminton mixed team event at the Commonwealth Games here on Saturday.

In women's 63 kg weightlifting, Charron set a Commonwealth Games record in the clean and jerk when she lifted 122 kilograms. And this point was proven in good measure as the Indian women's team table tennis team created history at the Oxenford studio here late into Sunday night.

She had won gold medals at the Asian Championships and the India Open before settling for a silver at the Strandja Memorial tournament in Bulgaria. Le Clos entered the games hoping to beat the record of 18 career medals at the games but can't do that on the Gold Coast now after missing the podium in two of his first three events.

"This will be my first Commonwealth Games medal and I am happy to achieve that but gold is what I'm after", Mary Kom said after her win. Although he enjoyed a fair amount of success at the weight class, winning a gold at the 2015 Asian Championships and setting a national record later that year, he eventually had to move up a weight division, following the emergence of Venkat Rahul Ragala.

Australia's Jemima Montag won the women's 20km walk after her compatriot Claire Tallent was disqualified about two kilometres from the finish and just after she had reeled in and passed the 20-year-old to take the lead. "Claire will come back".

Enterprising and stylish Samuel Yaw Addo of Ghana battled to a convincing victory over Sikiru Ojo of Nigeria in an all-West African bantamweight clash at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. His most memorable display for the crowd, though, was undoubtedly a somersault.

England's Tom Bosworth took silver just four seconds behind the Rio Olympics bronze medallist, with Kenya's Samuel Ireri Gathimba finishing third. "I didn't want to disappoint them", he said.