CWG 2022: Sanket Sargar wins silver medal in 55 kg© Twitter
Commonwealth Games, Day 2, Live Updates: Weightlifter Sanket Sargar took home India’s first medal at the ongoing Commonwealth Games, as he returned with a silver medal in the men’s 55kg final on Saturday. . Sanket Sargar lifted 135 kg on his first jerk attempt before missing the 139 kg weight on his second and third attempts in the final. Notably, he lifted the highest weight of 113 kg in the jerky event for the third time and was leading the race in the men’s 55 kg weightlifting final until Mohamad Aniq bin Kasdan narrowly overtook him. to win the gold medal. On the other hand, Satwik Sairaj Rankedlydy and Ashwini Ponappa made a splash against the Sri Lankan challenge in game two as they took a 21-9 lead to win easily. India took a 1-0 lead against the island nation before leading 4-0. Meanwhile, India shared the spoils with Malta in a 16-16 draw at the Men’s Trio Lawn Bowls event. Later in the day, Mirabai Chanu will be in action and all eyes will be on her whether she can return to the medals. India’s women’s hockey team will face Wales in the Pool A clash while Lovlina Borgohain will also start her campaign against Ariane Nicholson in the 66kg category. In mixed team badminton, the Indian team will play against Australia. The opening day of the Olympics turned out to be a success for swimmer Srihari Nataraj as he was able to qualify for the final round. Table tennis teams beat South Africa and Barbados with identical wins 3-0, but Australia beat India in a women’s cricket match in Group A.
Here are the live updates from Day 2 of the Commonwealth Games, live from Birmingham
Badminton mixed team match: IND takes the lead!
Currently, India leads Sri Lanka with a score of 4-0. Sumith Reddy and Chirag Shetty defeated Duwindu Abeywickrama and Sachin Dias in straight sets.
FINAL MEN’S MARATHON: RAWAT SLIPS COMING 17th!
Nitendra Singh Rawat of India slipped to 17th place
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Mohamad Aniq won gold and silver medals for Sargar
Bin Kasdan Mohamad Aniq succeeded in his last attempt to be clean and jerk and this meant he won the gold and Sargar of India won the silver. Aniq lifted 142 kg on his third attempt to beat Sargar’s 248 kg (overall) by just one.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Sargar fails again!
Sanket Sargar failed to lift 139 kg again and he will finish this contest with a total weight of 248 kg.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Sargar failed to lift 139 kg!
Sanket Sargar failed on his second attempt with a light weightlifting of 139 kg. He still ranked first with a total lift of 248 kg. He appears to have injured himself in the process.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Sargar lifts 135 kg!
Sanket Sargar is leading. He successfully lifted 135 kg in the recoil event. Now he has a total of 248 kg (overall).
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Heckling continues to dominate!
Ben Heckling lifted 119 kg in the last attempt of the movement and recoil. Now he has a total of 212 kg to his credit. Meanwhile, Md Ashikur Rahman Taj finished at 211 kg (total).
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap completes easy victory
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap won 21-3, 21-9 to make it 3-0 for India against Sri Lanka
Men’s 55 kg final: The Heckling Lead Race!
Ben Heckling lifted 116 kg at clean and jerky levels. Now he has a total of 209 kg to his credit and he is on top.
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap finished first in game 2
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap started a little lethargic in the second game, conceding a goal initially but in a substitution she led her opponent Lankan 11-7
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap wins first match
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap looks ruthless so far and pocketed the first match 21-3
Swimming: Kushagra 8th in Men’s 200 m Freestyle 3rd Strike
Kushagra Rawat finished 8th in the 3rd place men’s 200m freestyle. His lap time was 1:54.56. He is 7.69 behind the top athlete Elijah Winton of Australia.
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap in the lead
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap is putting on a stunning display in the women’s singles match of the mixed team event as she leads SL’s Vidanage 11-1 in the first match
Lawn Bowls: India, Malta share spoils in Men’s Trio event
The match between India and Malta had no team to win when the final score after finishing 18 innings was 16-16. It was India’s game but they squandered their lead to end up sharing the spoils with Malta.
Lawn Bowls: Tania Choudhury loses
Tania Choudhury lost the Lawn Bowls women’s singles match to Laura Daniels 10-21.
Badminton: Lakshya won comfortably
India’s Lakshya Sen won the men’s singles match against Niluka Karunaratne 21-18, 21-5 to give India a 2-0 lead over Sri Lanka
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: The premier Sargar!
While Sanket Sargar took the lead with a 113 kg lift, the closest to him was Mohamad Aniq Bin Kasdan of Malaysia with a lift of 107 kg.
Badminton: Lakshya took full control in game 2
India’s Lakshya Sen took an 11-1 lead against Karunaratne in the second game and his class is now coming through
Lawn Bowls: Antiquities in the Men’s Trio event
Malta is having a good fight with India at the moment. However, the score is now in favor of India with the team leading 14-12 after 16 throw-ins.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Sargar lifts 113 kg!
Sanket Sargar has now lifted 113 kg in a split second. This is a great thing from an Indian athlete. He started with 107 kg, then lifted 111 kg on his second attempt and finished with a 113 kg lift.
Badminton: Lakshya prevails in tough first match
India’s Lakshya Sen was pushed to the limit by experienced Sri Lankan Karunaratne but he kept his cool to win the first set 21-18
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: success Sargar!
He lifted it up. This is amazing from Sargar. He successfully lifted 111 kg in a split second.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Sargar in Spotlight!
Sanket Sargar will now try at 111 kg. OH! Here are some in-screen quality actions.
Marathon: Nitendra Singh Rawat advances to 15th
Nitendra Singh Rawat rose to 15th place in the men’s marathon final.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: success Sargar!
Sanket Sargar lifted 107 kg in a split second. This is a really good start for him.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: India’s Sargar arrives!
Sanket Sargar has now come to the main stage. He will try to lift 107 kg on his first attempt at jerky. Let’s see where this goes!
Badminton: Karunaratne fights hard with Lakshya
The young Indian was struggling against the experience of Karunaratne, who reached the quarter-finals before the 2012 London Olympics, but Lakshya took the 11-9 lead over Sri Lankan. There is nothing to choose between the two current players.
Lawn Bowls: Malta closes with India in Men’s Trio event
The score is 11-9 in favor of India now after 12 throw-ins.
Badminton: Lakshya Sen vs Niluka Karunaratne
Lakshya Sen faced Karunaratne and both players exchanged good points. Lakshya looks sharp on smashes and covers the pitch well. The players are drawing 3-3 in the first game.
Men’s 55 kg weightlifting final: Matches in progress
93 kg is the highest weight lift ever in the recoil event in the ongoing men’s final.
Marathon: Nitendra Singh Rawat drops to 17th place
Nitendra Singh Rawat has now slipped to 17th place in the men’s marathon final
Lawn Bowls: India consolidates lead with Malta in Men’s Trio event
India have scored four points and now they lead 11-5 against Malta after finishing 10 innings.
Badminton: Satwik and Ashwini win opening match vs SL
Satwik Sairaj Rankedlydy and Ashwini Ponappa made light of the Sri Lankan challenge in game two as they took a 21-9 lead to win the match with ease. India took the lead 1-0.
Rugby on grass: Malta returns in Men’s Trio event with India
Malta has now made it 5-7 after 9 throw-ins. This is a brilliant comeback from the side. Remember, they were leading 0-7 at one stage of the game.
Badminton: Satwik and Ashwini took the lead in game 2
Satwik Sairaj Rankedlydy and Ashwini Ponappa showed their technical superiority to take a 10-4 lead in the second game against the Sri Lankan duo
Field rugby: India leads 7-4 vs Malta in the men’s three
Malta is back for good. They had a 0-7 lead at one point but now after the last 8 throws they have improved to 4-7.
Men’s Marathon: Nitendra Singh Rawat in 16th place
The men’s marathon is underway. Nitendra Singh Rawat of India is currently in 16th place.
Rugby on grass: India leads 7-3 vs Malta in the men’s three
Malta played well in the final stages, they led 3-7 against India in the Men’s Doubles of the Lawn Bowls after 8 finished throws.
Badminton: Satwik and Ashwini win first match vs SL
Satwik Sairaj Rankedlydy and Ashwini Ponappa showed their class and composure to take the key points in the sprint as they challenged Dias and Hendhewa from Sri Lanka to win the first set 21-14
Badminton: Light for Indian Doubles
Satwik Sairaj Rankedlydy and Ashwini Ponappa led 15-14 but were a tough matchup with Dias and Hendahewa from Sri Lanka having to fight for every point.
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