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02:59 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Jeremy first in snatch round

In the 67kg weightlifting event, the snatch round matches have ended. India’s Jeremy Lalrinnunga is in the first place. He lifted 136 kg in the first attempt. In the second attempt, Jeremy lifted 140 kg. In the third attempt, he tried to lift 143 kg, but he failed. In this way, his best performance in the snatch round was 140 kg. He is 10 kg ahead of Nigeria’s Ididiong Joseph in second place.

02:42 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Jeremy’s fight in weightlifting begins

Jeremy Lalrinnunga’s competition in weightlifting has started. He has decided to lift 130 kg in his first attempt at snatch.

02:09 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Yogeshwar Singh scores 12.350 in gymnastics

In gymnastics, Yogeshwar Singh has scored 12.350 in the first rotation. He has performed this in the rings. They have to perform in a total of six different categories.

01:27 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Yogeshwar Singh’s fight begins in gymnastics

Yogeshwar Singh’s competition in gymnastics has started. They are participating in the men’s all round category.

01:18 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Jeremy Lalrinnunga now hopes for a medal

India’s Jeremy Lalrinnunga’s match in weightlifting will start at 2 pm. He is expected to win a fifth medal for the country. Even before this, India has won all four medals in Commonwealth Games 2022 in weightlifting.

01:15 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: Tania’s fight begins in lawns and bowls

Tania Choudhary is pitted against Shauna O’Neill in Lawn and Bowls. She has lost three matches in a row and is not expected to win a medal. However, Tania would like to boost her confidence by winning this match.

12:38 PM, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: How was the second day for India

India did not win any medal in the Commonwealth Games on the first day, but on the second day Mirabai Chanu brought laurels to the country by winning the gold medal. India won a total of four medals on the second day and all four medals came in weightlifting. Sanket started off with a silver medal. Gururaja then won the bronze medal. Mirabai won the gold and late night Bindiyarani also won the silver medal. Click here to know how India’s second day at the Commonwealth Games went.

11:54 am, 31-Jul-2022

CWG 2022 Live: India is presenting a challenge in these games today

swimming

Men’s 200m Butterfly Heat 3: Sajan Prakash (3.07 hrs)

Men’s 50m backstroke Heat 6: Srihari Nataraja (3.31 pm)

gymnastics

Men’s all-around final: Yogeshwar Singh (1.30 pm)

badminton

Mixed Team Quarterfinals: 10 PM

women’s t20 cricket

India vs Pakistan (3.30 PM)

boxing

48-50kg (Light Flyweight) Round of 16: Nikhat Zareen (4.45 PM)

60-63.5 kg (light welterweight) Round of 16: Shiva Thapa (5.15 pm)

71-75kg (middleweight) Round of 16: Sumit (Monday at 12.15 am)

Above 92kg (Super Heavyweight): Sagar (1 PM on Monday)

Hockey

Men’s team, India vs Ghana: 8.30 pm

cycling

Men’s sprint qualifying round: Esso Alben, Ronaldo Lattenjam, David Beckham (2.32 pm onwards)

Men’s 15km scratch race qualifying round: Venkappa Kengalgutty, Dinesh Kumar (from 4.20 pm)

Women’s 500m Time Trail Final: Triesha Paul, Mayuri (9.02 pm)

lifting

Men’s 67kg final: Jeremy Lalrinnunga (2 pm)

Women’s 59kg final: Poppy Hazarika (6.30 pm)

Men’s 73kg final: Achinta Shuli (11 PM)

squash

Women’s Singles Round of 16: Joshna Chinappa (6 PM onwards)

Men’s Singles Round of 16: Saurav Ghoshal (6.45 PM)

table tennis

Men’s Team Quarterfinals: 2 PM

lawn bowl

Women’s Singles: Tania Choudhary (10.30 pm)

Men’s doubles: India vs England (4 PM).

11:44 AM, 31-Jul-2022

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 3 Live: Jeremy closes to gold in weightlifting, Yogeshwar lags behind in gymnastics

Hello, welcome to Amar Ujala’s live blog. It is the third day of the Commonwealth Games. On the second day, the Indian players performed brilliantly. India had four medals in weightlifting. These include one gold, two silver and one bronze medals. There is hope of a medal in weightlifting on the third day as well. Apart from this, the women’s cricket team is more important than boxers Nikhat Zareen and Shiv Thapa. In table tennis, the men’s team can make it to the final.

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