CWG | Indian shuttlers through to mixed team final

CWG | Indian shuttlers through to mixed team final

CWG | Indian shuttlers through to mixed team final

The Commonwealth Games' triathlon is half the distance of the Olympic event, consisting of a 750 meter open-water swim, a 20km cycle and a 5km run.

The 35-year-old, who holds the Commonwealth snatch record in the women's 58kg class, had been expected to challenge for a medal. "I was actually happy that I could play the match today and make that winning point for the Indian team".

"I've always felt though that one day I could be up there with the best and beating them and this is a huge result for me".

Chad le Clos became the first man to win the same event at three Commonwealth Games when he led from start to finish in the 200 butterfly and finished in a games record time of 1 minute, 54 seconds.

Lee failed at 87kg on her first attempt and followed it up with two successive no lifts at 88kg.

The swimming golds were more evenly distributed on Day 3 after Australia's dominance in the pool the previous night. "I came here to the games to break the record".

It was mother of all upsets as prior to this final, the Singapore women's team had never lost in the Commonwealth Games since the sport was inducted in the program way back in 2002. Emily Seebohm of Australia won the silver medal with a time of 58.66 seconds. We wanted to win this game. "I'm just so glad I was able to perform for the team". He also said that reaching Gold Coast early and getting acclimatisation to the climate helped him. The brothers missed out on the medals in the individual event.

Rounding out the podium was Francois Etoundi, a Cameroonian-born Australian, with 305kg. "I want to do more for my family".

"This is my home crowd. I haven't been able to train that well", he said. But I couldn't do that because of my injury. However, Pakistan could not maintain their lead for long as Englishman Mark Gleghorne converted a penalty corner the very next minute. Whereas Roelant Oltmans, Pakistan coach felt that the team had improved.

India women's table tennis team entered the finals after defeating England 3-0. they will take on Singapore in the final for the gold medal.

England's Tom Bosworth took silver just four seconds behind the Rio Olympics bronze medallist, with Kenya's Samuel Ireri Gathimba finishing third.

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