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CWG 2018, Day 7: Shreyasi Singh clinches 12th gold for India
CWG 2018, Day 7: Shreyasi Singh clinches 12th gold for India

 

On The 7th Day, Shreyasi Singh clinched gold in the 21st annual of the CWG. Indian shooter Om Mitharwal took the bronze medal in the men's 50 meters Pistol event at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG). Indian shooter registered a score of 201.1 in the final. Daniel Repacholi of Australia took the gold with a new CWG record of 227.2. While, on the second spot Shakil Ahmed of Bangladesh took silver with 220.5. Defending champion Jitu Rai, the other Indian in the fray, had a disappointing outing. India boxing star MC Mary Kom defeated Sri Lanka's Anusha Dilruksh to enter the final of the women's 48 kilogram category at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG). On Wednesday, Indian boxing star registered a 5:0 win against the veteran Sri Lankan fighter. The 39-year-old Anusha gave a good account of herself against the five-time world champion Indian before falling short in the end. Both boxers were a bit cautious in the opening round, trying to gauge each other although Mary managed to land several punches.

The Indian hockey team to take on England in their final Pool B match which will determine who tops the pool and most probably avoid Australia in the semi-final match. In athletics, Tejaswini Shankar is a step away from creating history and can become the first Indian to win Commonwealth medal in high jump. All eyes will be on Hima Das too, who, on Tuesday became the first Indian woman to qualify for the 400m final.

 

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