Birmingham: Today is the fourth day of the Commonwealth Games. India has won six medals so far. All the medals have come in weightlifting and today the seventh medal can also be found in weightlifting. Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinunga and Achinta Shuli won gold medals. Now Harjinder Kaur has the hope of a medal although Ajay Singh could not win a medal. On the other hand, India secured the silver medal by defeating New Zealand 16-13 in the women’s force semi-final in Lone Bowls. They will face South Africa in the final on Monday. However, they have created history by winning this game. Indian judoka Sushila Devi Likmabam has reached the final in the 48 kg weight category. He is assured of at least a silver medal. He can also win gold. Sushila Devi is the first Indian woman to win a medal for India in judo at the Commonwealth Games. He won a silver medal for India at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Sushila defeated Mauritius’ Priscilla Morand in the semi-finals at Ippon.
Judo: Jasleen lost, now she will enter the bronze medal match
Judo player Jasleen Singh lost to Scotland’s Finlay Allen in the men’s 66kg category semi-final. Jasleen will now play Australia’s Nathan Keetz for the bronze medal. Amit Panghal won his first match and made it to the quarter finals. Vanuatu boxer defeated 5-0.
Swimming: Sajan out of men’s 100m butterfly heats
Sajan Prakash clocked 54.36 in the semi-finals and failed to qualify in the men’s 100m butterfly.
Terrial’s defeat in judo
India’s Suchika Tariel lost in the quarterfinals of the women’s 57kg judo event. He will now face Don Breitenbach of South Africa in the repechage round.
Ajay Singh out of weightlifting race
Ajay Singh lifted 176 kg in his second attempt, but missed 180 kg in his third attempt. With this, Ajay is out of the medal race. England’s Chris Murray set a new record by lifting 325 kg at the Commonwealth Games and bagged the gold. Ajay Singh finished fourth. He missed the gold by just one kilo.
India defeated New Zealand in lawn bowls
India have secured the silver medal by defeating New Zealand 16-13 in the women’s force semi-final. They will face South Africa in the final on Monday. However, they have created history by winning this game. But they will always be in contention for the gold medal in this Games
Ajay ranks second after the snatch round
The snatch round matches in the 81 kg weightlifting event have been completed. England’s Chris Murray is currently in first place with 144 kg. India’s Ajay Singh and Australia’s Kyle Bruce are joint second with 143kg each. Canada’s Nicolas is third at 140 kg. Weightlifter Ajay Singh has lifted 143 kg in his third attempt of the snatch round. He lifted 137 kg in the first attempt and 140 kg in the second attempt. Thus, his score in the snatch round was 143 kg.
Indian women’s team trailed in lawn and bowls
Indian women’s team trails New Zealand by a margin of 4-6 in lawn and bowls. Six rounds of semi-final matches have been completed and the Kiwis are currently in the lead.
India will perform in these games today
Swimming: Men’s 100m Butterfly Heat 6, Sajan Prakash, 3:51 p.m
Table Tennis: Men’s Team Semi-Final India vs Nigeria, 11:30 PM
Badminton: Mixed Team Semi-Final, 3:30 pm
Over 48kg – 51kg (Round of 16) Amit Panghal vs Namari Berry, 4:45pm
Over 54kg – 57kg (Round of 16) Husam Uddin Mohammad vs MD Salim Hussain, 6:00 PM
75kg – 80kg (Round of 16) Ashish Kumar vs Travis Taptuato, August 2, 1:00 p.m.
Karin First Round Trisha Paul, Shushikala Agashe, Mayuri Lute, 6:32 p.m.
Men’s 40km Race Qualifying Round, Naman Kapil, Venkappa Kangalagutty, Dinesh Kumar, Vishwajit Singh, 6:52 p.m.
Men’s 1000m Time Trial Final Ronaldo Lattenjam, David Beckham 8:02 p.m.
Women’s 10km Scratch Race Final Meenakshi, 9:37 PM
Men’s Pool B India vs England, 8:30 pm
Men’s 81 kg – Ajay Singh at 2:00 pm
Women’s 71kg – Harjinder Kaur at 11:00 pm
Men’s 66kg Elimination Round of 16 – Jasleen Singh Saini, 2:30 p.m.
Men’s 60kg Elimination Round of 16 – Vijay Kumar Yadav, 2:30 pm
Women’s 48kg Quarter Final – Sushila Devi Likabum, 2:30 pm
Women’s 57kg Elimination Round of 16 – Suchika Tarial, 2:30 pm
Women’s Singles Plate Quarterfinals – Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla, 4:30 p.m
Women’s Singles Quarterfinals – Joshna Chinnappa, 6:00 p.m
Lawn and Bowls
Women’s Four Semi-Finals: 1:00 p.m