Sanjeev Rajput ended his long wait for a Commonwealth Games title as he secured India's seventh shooting gold medal at Gold Coast 2018 with victory in the men's 50 metres rifle three positions event today.
On a day when 16 gold medals were handed out in the boxing ring, one fighter in particular struck an emotional chord with spectators at the Oxenford Studios. It was Neeraj Chopra who created history after becoming the first Indian javelin thrower to clinch gold in the finals of the Commonwealth Games throwing season's best 86.47m.
India's women's hockey team turned in an embarrassing performance in the bronze medal round against England and was thrashed 6-0. While Manika Batra sealed a place in final of women's singles table tennis defeating world no 4 Tianwei Peng. Mary Kom showed full-patience and calmness in the first round and waited for opportunities, and when she got opportunities she roasted well with her punch.
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When 75 runs required off 36 balls with Mahendra Singh Dhoni at the crease and batting in his den at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. The CSK chase began well with Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu going berserk right from the word go.
His compatriot Vipin Kashana finished fifth with a best effort of 77.87m. Grzegorz Sych of Canada finishes second on the podium with 448.4 and Dean Bale of England bagged the bronze medal with 441.2 points.
The wrestling contingent signed off from the Games with 12 medals overall - five gold, three silver and four bronze. In 2006, 50 medals in 2010 and 101 in 2014 and 64 medals came to India. The Indian pair lost 8-11, 11-9, 11-9, 7-11, 7-11. With 18 Gold, 11 Silver and 14 Bronze, India now ranks third on the medals table.
Down by a goal, India desperately looked for opportunities to score but England's defence was relentless, not wanting to repeat what happened in their previous tie when India scored in the last two minutes of the match.