Day 5: India in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022

Day 5: India in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022

Indian team, captained by Tania Choudhury, defeated New Zealand 15-11 after 18 ends. In the lawn bowls match, India took lead early on and maintained control till the end.

In the mixed team championship women's singles match, PV Sindhu beats Jin Wei Goh, 22-20, 21-17. The result of the gold medal match is even thanks to her triumph.

Second-ranked Paul Coll of New Zealand defeated Saurav Ghosal in the men's singles semifinal with a commanding victory. The Kiwi won 11-9, 11-4, and 11-1.

119 in the world At the Commonwealth Games 2022, Sunanya Kuruvilla defeated Faiza Zafar 11-2, 11-4, and 11-5 in the women's singles plate semifinal.

In the men's 96kg final, Indian weightlifter Vikas Thakur lifted a total of 346 kg to take home the silver medal in Birmingham 2022. He has now won three consecutive medals in the Commonwealth Games.

Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran of India won both of their singles matches and the doubles match to give India a 3-1 victory in the gold medal match.

England defeated India 3-1 in the women's Pool A match at Birmingham 2022 thanks to their dominance. The victory retains England in first place in Pool A.

The 133rd-ranked Zhe Yu Clarence defeated the seasoned Indian player Sharath Kamal in the singles match of the men's team table tennis championship.

India won its first-ever CWG medal in lawn bowls, a gold in the women's fours division at Birmingham 2022, after defeating South Africa in the final.

Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran of India won the doubles match 13-11, 11-7, 11-5. The Indian team attacked Yong Izaac Quek and Yew En Koen.

Mridul Borgohain, an Indian lawn bowler, lost his opening men's singles match at the Commonwealth Games 2022. He lost to Shannon McIlroy of New Zealand by a score of 21-8.

Advait Page, an Indian swimmer, placed first in heat 1 of the men's 1500-meter freestyle competition with a time of 15:39.25.

With an attempt of 8.05 metres, Murali Sreeshankar qualified for the men's long jump final at the Commonwealth Games 2022.