Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 2 Highlights: Mirabai Chanu Gets Gold As Weightlifters Give India 4 Medals
CWG 2022: Mirabai Chanu takes gold as India finishes Day 2 with four medals in weightlifting.© AFP
Commonwealth Games, Day 2, Highlights: Bindyarani Devi took silver in the women’s 55kg weightlifting as India finished Day 2 of the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham with four medals. Bindyarani won the silver medal after Mirabai Chanu won the gold in the women’s 49kg category. Earlier, Sanket Sargar brought India its first medal after winning a silver medal in the men’s 55kg final. Gururaj Poojary then won bronze in the men’s 61kg to give India its second medal. In badminton, India had an excellent opening match as they beat Sri Lanka and Australia in mixed Group A clashes. Meanwhile, in table tennis, the women’s team had to receive a humiliating defeat when they lost 2-3 to Malaysia in the quarterfinals. The Indian women’s hockey team also won their second pool game by beating Wales 3-1, thanks to a double from Vandana Katariya, at the University of Birmingham hockey and team center. .
Here are the live updates from Day 2 of the Commonwealth Games, live from Birmingham
BINDYARANI WIN SILVER!!!!
Bindyarani Devi won silver in the women’s 55kg weightlifting event. She lifted 116kg in the final clean and jerk attempt to overtake Fraer Morrow, who would take bronze.
STRONG STAR BINDYARANI!
Bindyarani lifted 110kg on his first try! All to play for
NATARAJ ENDS SATURDAY!!!
Indian swimmer Srihari Nataraj finished seventh in the men’s 100m backstroke final! Better luck next time
INDIA STILL 3-0!!!
The Indian mixed badminton team leads Australia 3-0 with two matches remaining. Chirag and Sumeeth Reddy win their clash in straight sets!
BINDYARANI KEEPS IS COOL!!!
Bindyarani hit a record of 86kg on his third attempt. All eyes are now on the clean and sensational segment
SANJEET IS CRAZY!!!
Indian boxer Sanjeet lost to Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali in the men’s heavyweight round of 16 match
BINDYARANI CRUISES !!!
After 81kg, Bindyarani lifted 84kg without breaking a sweat!
BINDYARANI OFF TO START STRONG!!!
Bindyarani Devi successfully lifted 81kg in the first jerk in the women’s 55kg category.
WIN FOR INDIA IN Basketball!!!
India beat Canada 17:7 in women’s round robin match at Lawn Bowls – Part D – Round 3
ABHAY AND ANAHAT LOST!!!
India’s Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh lost squash to Alan Clyne and Emily Whitclock in the men’s and women’s events, respectively.
INDIA BEAT WALES!!!
India beat Wales 3-1 in their Women’s Hockey Category A match. They make it two wins out of two.
ADVANCED LOVLINA !!!
Lovlina Borgohain beat Ariane Nicholson of New Zealand 5-0 in the round of 16 women’s 66kg-70kg (lightweight) division
SINDHU WINS !!
PV Sindhu beat Wendy Chen of Australia in straight matches! India took a 2-0 lead in the mixed team events.
INDIA GO 3-1 UP!!!
India made it 3-1 to restore their two goals! An amazing corner kick.
WALES PULL ONE BACK!!!
Wales pulled a back after the stroke of the end of the third quarter! India leads 2-1
OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIA!!!
India narrowly took a 3-0 lead but the Wales goalkeeper was there to deny them. Sharp savings
Kidambi Srikanth defeated Australia Ying Xian Lin to give India a 1-0 lead in the mixed badminton team event.
After the second half ended, India led Wales with a score of 2-0 in this Group A match. Gurjit Kaur and Vandana Katariya scored for India from corners.
INDIA SCORE AGAIN!
India doubles the gap! Excellent Indian corner conversion.
India leads Wales. They took a 1-0 lead in the second half.
INDIA GET OUT!
The Indian women’s table tennis team lost to Malaysia 3-2 in the innings. Reeth Tennison put everything in the spotlight but Ying Ho beat her 3-2.
LUCKY THAT CHAMPIONS REGISTERED!
INDIA MISS PC!!!
OPPORTUNITY! India missed their corner in the second half! It’s still 0-0
MALAYSIA FORCE DETERMINATION!!!
Ying makes things square in the women’s table tennis area! She has the game Wednesday 11-9. Into the decider!
The first half between India and Wales is underway! The score is 0-0 after 13 minutes.
LEAD 2-1 again!!!
Tennison played the third game with ease. She makes it 2-1 in this final match.
RESET THE SECOND GAME LOSES!!!
Terrible service! Reeth Tennison lost the second game 8-11. Ying Ho turns it into a game
Reeth Tennison had the first set with a score of 12-10. She was monitored at one point, but recovered well!
Manika Batra lost the match in consecutive sets. Malaysia equalized 2-2. Let people decide.
MANIKA TRAILS 0-2!!!
Manika lost the second match with a score of 11-3. She seemed tired, having played a horror movie that spanned five games.
MANIKA 0-1 DOWN!
Manika Batra lost her first match 6-11 to Karon Lyne of Malaysia.
INDIA UP 2-1 IN TENNIS TABLE!!!
Sreeja Akula won the match 11-6, 11-6, 11-9 against Li Chang! India leads 2-1.
CHANU WIN INDIA’S THIRD WIN!!!
After successfully lifting 109kg and 113kg, Chanu failed to lift 115kg in the third jerky and jerky lift.
Table tennis: Sreeja Akula wins the second game!
Sreeja Akula won her second match against Alice Chang Li Sian of Malaysia 11-6 in a singles match in the quarterfinals of the four women’s team.
GOLDEN CHANU CLINCHES FOR INDIA!
Mirabai Chanu won gold and successfully defended her title at the Commonwealth Games.
Table tennis: Sreeja Akula wins first match!
Sreeja Akula defeated Alice Chang Li Sian of Malaysia 11-6 in the first match of their singles quarterfinal of the four women’s team.
Weightlifting: Kingsley regains the edge!
Stella Peter Kingsley lifted 95 kg in her second jerk. This brought her to the top again, only creating a one-kilogram gap with the second runner Marie Hanitra Roilya Ranaivosoa.
Table tennis: MANIKA BATRA WIN!!!
Manika Batra won 11-8, 11-5, 8-11, 9-11, 11-3 against Ho Ying of Malaysia. This helped India draw Malaysia 1-1 in the quarterfinals of the four women’s team.
Weightlifting: Kingsley shines!
Stella Peter Kingsley lifted 91 kg in a jerky and neat movement and thus parted with Kaminski by a distance of 1 kg. Currently she has a total of 166 kg. It gets interesting!
Weightlifting: Hannah Kaminski on top!
Hannah Kaminski of Canada lifted 91 kg in her first attempt at the recoil and jump and temporarily won the title with a total of 165 kg.
Manika is in trouble!
Manika Batra lost the fourth game 9-11 to Ying Ho of Malaysia, who equalized this second game with a score of 2-2. Into the decider!
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