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Birmingham: Indian Judoka Tulika Maan claimed Silver medal in women's 78 kg category after suffering a defeat against Scotland's Sarah Adlington at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. This is India's third medal in Judo this Commonwealth Games.

Indian weightlifter Gurdeep Singh bagged the bronze medal in the men's 109-plus kg final with a combined weight of 390kg.

India's Saurav Ghosal clinched the bronze medal in squash men's singles by beating James Willstrop of England 11-6, 11-1, 11-4.

Ghosal, who had won the silver medal in the mixed doubles event in Gold Coast in 2018, gave the Englishman no chance whatsoever in one of the most one-sided medal matches of CWG. This was Ghosal's first medal at the Commonwealth Games in men's singles.

India’s Tejaswin Shankar won India's first medal in athletics at the Commonwealth games 2022, by clinching a historic bronze in the men’s high



jump final. Tejaswin, competing for India for the first time in four years, nailed a landing of 2.22m to secure a podium finish.

Lovepreet Singh bagged a bronze medal in men's 109kg weightliftling while setting a national record in the clean and jerk round.
Indian Women beat Canada 3-2 to qualify for the Hockey semi-final.

In Boxing, three Indian pugilists, including Nikhat Zareen, advanced to the semifinals in their respective events after thrilling victories.

In Women's Cricket, India qualified for the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games cricket after beating Barbados by 100 runs in a Group A match at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Chasing a total of 163, Barbados were restricted to 62 for eight in the 20 overs. For India, Renuka Singh scalped four wickets.

India is now at 7th position with 18 medals which includes five gold, six silver and 7 bronze.



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