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Mary Kom wins CWG title
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Last Updated : 14 Apr 2018 12:23:56 PM IST
Mary Kom wins CWG title
Mary Kom wins CWG title

 

Star Indian boxer M.C. Mary Kom won gold in the women's 48 kilogram category at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Saturday.

Mary defeated Kristina O'Hara of Northern Ireland by a unanimous 5:0 verdict to take the title.

Neeraj wins javelin gold at CWG
India's Neeraj Chopra won the men's Javelin title at the 21st Commonwealth Ga mes (CWG) here on Saturday.Neeraj registered his season's best performance of 86.47 metres in the final.

Hamish Peacock took the silver medal for Australia with 82.59m while Grenada's Anderson Peters hurled the javelin a distance of 82.20m for the bronze.
 

Boxer Solanki wins CWG title, Kaushik gets silver
Indian boxer Gaurav Solanki won the gold medal in the men's flyweight (52 kilogram) category at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Saturday.

Solanki won a tough, fast paced, tactical battle by a split 4:1 verdict against the impressive Brendan Irvine of Northern Ireland in the final.

Meanwhile, India's Manish Kaushik had to be content with silver in the men's lightweight (60kg) division.

Kaushik lost 2:3 to Harry Garside of Australia in a hard-fought final.
 

Shooter Sanjeev wins CWG gold
India's Sanjeev Rajput clinched the gold medal in men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Saturday.

Sanjeev shot a total of 454.5 to create a Commonwealth Games record.

Grzegorz Sych of Canada finished second with 448.4 and Dean Bale of England bagged the bronze medal with 441.2 points.

Chain Singh, the other Indian in the fray, finished fifth in the standings with 419.1.

Rajput started the final with 150.5 in the Kneeling stage to take the second spot on the standings behind Sych.

He held on to the second position with a score of 306.9 by the end of the Prone round.

The Indian then produced a series of consistent scores in the Standing (Elimination) stage to clinch the title.

Earlier, Rajput and Chain took the top two spots in the qualification stage.

Rajput registered a Games record of 1180 to enter the final as the best shooter in the qualification stage.

Chain finished second in qualification with 1166 points.

Bale was fourth with 1163 while his compatriot Kenneth Parr scored 1158 to take the fifth spot.

Australia's Dane Sampson (1154), Cameron Pirouet (1149) of Jersey and Pakistan's Ghufran Adil (1145) also qualified for the final along with Sych (1145).



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