CWG 2022: India’s Shushila Devi will play in the semi-finals.© Twitter
Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 live updates: It’s been a great day for India so far as the country has found no heroes. The Indian Grass Bowls team made history on Monday by beating New Zealand in the women’s four-bowl semi-final to secure at least one silver medal. Additionally, Shushila Devi Likmabam defeated Mauritius’ Priscilla Morand in the women’s 48 kg semi-final to secure at least one silver medal. She will face Michaela Whitebooi of South Africa in the final. In addition, three other judokas will compete for bronze. Boxers Amit Panghal (flyweight) and Hussam Uddin Mohammed (featherweight) reached the quarterfinals. In weightlifting, Ajay Singh finished 4th in the men’s 81kg category. Gymnast Pranati finished fifth in the women’s vault final. In squash, Joshna Chinappa defeated Hollie Naughton of Canada in the quarterfinals of women’s singles.
So far, India has won six medals (three gold, two silver and one bronze) at CWG 2022.
Monday will also see some of India’s other top sports leagues in action. In badminton, India will face Singapore in the mixed team semi-final. In table tennis, the Indian men’s team will play the semi-final against Nigeria. After beating Ghana 11-0, the men’s hockey team will again face England in a Group B match.
Here are the live updates from Day 4 of the Commonwealth Games, live from Birmingham
Squash: Joshna Chinappa goes down
Joshna Chinappa loses in squash women’s singles quarterfinals to Hollie Naughton of Canada in straight sets – 9-11, 5-11, 13-15
Gymnastics: Pranati Nayak finished fifth in the women’s diving final
With a final score of 12,699, Indian Pranati Nayak finished fifth in the women’s diving final.
Squash: Joshna trails
Veteran Indian tennis player Joshna Chinappa lost the first two games to Hollie Naughton of Canada 9-11, 5-11
Cycling: Keirin Update for Girls
Shushikala Agashe and Triyasha Paul will compete in Female Keirin – Round 1. They don’t do well in heating
Judo: India can win four medals!
India has a chance to win four medals from judo:
Women’s 48kg Final – Shushila Dei vs Michaela Whitebooi of South Africa
Men’s 60 kg bronze medal match – Vijay Kumar Yadav vs Cyprus ‘Petros Chritodoulides
Men’s 66 kg bronze medal match – Jasleen Singh Saini vs Nathan Katz of Australia
Women’s 57 kg 66 kg bronze medal match – Suchika Tariyal vs Mauritius ‘Christianne Legentil
Swimming: Nataraj will aim for a medal
Later in the day, Srihari Natraj will compete in the 50m backstroke final. However, his semi-final time of 25:38 seconds is the slowest of the eight finalists
Vijay Kumar Yadav wins his repechage match
India’s Vijay Kumar Yadav won a repechage match against Scotland’s Dylan Munro. For the Bronze Medal, he will play against Petros Christodoulides of Cyprus
Boxing: Hussam Uddin Mohammed in the last 8 fights
Hussam Uddin Mohammed beat Bangladesh’s Md Salim Hossain 5-0 to reach featherweight quarterfinals
Boxing: Hussam Uddin in the lead
Hussam Uddin started the first two rounds against the Bangladeshi opponent.
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Indian squash player Sunayna Sana Kuruvilla defeated Chani Henrich Sinaly of Sri Lanka in the quarterfinals of women’s singles
Boxing: Hussam Uddin Mohammed’s Fight Begins!
Indian boxer Hussam Uddin Mohammed started his bout with Bangladesh’s Md Salim Hossain in the featherweight round of 16 (54kg-57kg).
Judo: Shushila wins!
Judoka from India has done it! She beat Priscilla Morand of Mauritius in the women’s 48kg semi-final to secure at least one silver medal.
Judo: Shushila’s Battle Begins
The semi-final has begun
Judo: Sushila semi-final will start soon
Shushila Devi Likmabam faces Mauritius’ Priscilla Morand in the women’s 48 kg semi-final
Weightlifting: See Jeremy Lalrinnunga’s heartfelt post
“Ham jienge to is bhaarat ke lie aur marenge to is bhaarat ke lie,” said Indian weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga after winning the CWG 2022 gold medal in the men’s 67 kg category.
Ham jienge to be bhaarat ke lie aur marenge to be bhaarat ke li pic.twitter.com/lUKeF0TWCR
– Jeremy Lalrinnunga (@raltejeremy) August 1, 2022
Judo: Jasleen loses!
Jasleen Singh lost his men’s 66kg semi-final to Finlay Allan of Scotland. He will face Australia’s Nathan Katz in the bronze medal match.
Judo: Jasleen’s Semi-Final Begins!
Jasleen Singh vs Finlay Allan men’s 66 kg semi-final has begun.
Boxing: Amit Panghal enters the round
Amit Panghal reaches the quarterfinals of Flyweight over 48kg-51kg men
Boxing: Amit also participated in the second round
The Indian also entered the second round with all the referees ruling in his favor
Boxing: Amit wins the first round
With unanimous decision, Amit Panghal makes the first round
Judo: Vijay Kumar lost
Vijay Kumar lost the men’s 60kg judo quarter-final to Joshua Katz of Ausralia
Boxing: Amit Panghal in the match
In the Men’s Flyweight Round of 16, Amit Panghal faced Vanuatu’s Namri BERRI
Judo: Shushila enters the semi-finals
Shushila Devi Likmabam advances to women’s 48 kg quarterfinals
Judo: Sushila in Semis
In the women’s 48kg quarterfinal, India’s Shushila Devi Likmabam beat Harriet Bonface of Malawi
Swimming: Sajan . Men’s 100m Butterfly
Sajan Prakash reached 54.36 times and failed to make it past the semi-finals of the Men’s 100m Butterfly
Judo: Tariyal lost
Suchika Tariyal of India lost her quarter-final in the women’s 57kg judo. She will face South Africa’s Donne Breytenbach in the next round
Weightlifting: Ajay Singh placed 4th
Ajay Singh fell only 1 kg short at the end of the podium. Bronze medal winner – Nicolas Vachon of Canada – has a combined lift of 320kg while Singh’s best composite lift is 319kg
Weightlifting: Ajay Singh failed to lift 180kg
The Indian was unable to lift 180kg on the last attempt. His best synthetic lift is still at 319kg
Weightlifting: The Thrilling Competition Is On!
Ajay Singh lifted 176kg on his second attempt to lift his best composite to 319kg but then England’s Chris Murray lifted 178kg on his second attempt to lift his combined best lift up 322kg.
Australia’s Kyle Bruce lifted 175kg while Chris Murray lifted 174kg in their first time in the jerk and recoil. Both have a total lifting force of 318kg
Weightlifting: Ajay Singh leads the field!
The Indian tennis player lifted 172kg in the first attempt in the loop. That made his aggregate lift up to 315kg.
Judo: Jasleen Singh advances to semi-finals
Jasleen Singh advances to men’s 66 kg judo semi-final
Lawn Bowls: India makes history
India beat New Zealand 16-13 in the Fours Fours Semi-Finals to secure themselves at least a silver medal. They will face South Africa in the final on Monday.
Lawn Bowls: India beat New Zealand!
India beat New Zealand 16-13 in the semi-finals of the quarter-finals of the women’s quadrant. They will face South Africa in the summit clash. This means that they have secured a silver coin for themselves and they will be vying for gold.
Judo: Vijay Kumar advances to quarterfinals
Vijay Kumar Yadav of India advanced to the quarterfinals of the men’s 60 kg judo event. He defeated Winsley Gangaya.
Lawn Bowls: New Zealand leads vs India!
New Zealand took the lead over India. The score is 13-12 in favor of New Zealand after 14 throw-ins.
Judoka Jasleen Singh will face Northern Ireland’s Nathan Burn next
Weightlifting: Start of the Lifting Round!
Ajay Singh will start with a lift of 165kg. he is second overall and has a great chance to win India’s seventh medal in the Olympics
Lawn Bowls: India vs New Zealand Level Score!
This is a game turned out! India has won two points and the score is now equal. The score is 12-12 after 13 throw-ins.
Judo: Suchika Tariyal enters the quarterfinals
Suchika Tariyal of India beat Rita Kabinda of Zambia to advance to quarterfinals in 57 kg Judo
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