Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Treasure just misses Commonwealth Games medal

Treasure just misses Commonwealth Games medal

Actress Priyanka Chopra, who is now shooting for her American TV show, Quantico, in Ireland, took to social media to congratulate boxer Mary Kom on winning gold in her maiden Commonwealth Games appearance.

India's experienced female boxer MC Mary Kom has made history in the 21st Commonwealth Games being held on the Gold Coast.

He defeated Brendan Irvine of Northern Ireland in the final.

Gold Coast: Indian shooter Anish Bhanwala, 15, became India's youngest ever gold medallist in the Common Wealth Games (CWG).

It turned out to be an pulsating contest as Sumit was leading early on but Raza came back to reduce the deficit to 2-3 after attacking the Indian's legs.

Despite three young children and five world titles, Indian boxer Mary Kom says she remains intent on concluding her remarkable boxing career with Olympic gold. The heartbreak of missing the gold left her in tears during the medal ceremony. Thodi, also 28, finished 13th in the 20km race walk on Sunday.The Commonwealth Games has banned unauthorised use of syringes in a bid to stamp out doping.

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It is now the third straight time that the Indian women's hockey team will return empty-handed from the Games as the last time it stood on podium was in 2006 when it won a silver. We give it to them too easily and that's been happening the whole tournament.

Hopefully, the men's team will do better in their bronze medal match against England.

The Indian pair defeated Sachin Dias and Goonethilleka Buwaneka 21-18, 21-10. H.S. Prannoy and P.V. Sindhu will look to shine for India in badminton on Saturday at the Commonwealth Games 2018.

The wrestling contingent signed off from the Games with 12 medals overall - five gold, three silver and four bronze. Saina will now take on the victor of PV Sindhu and Michelle Li in the final.

Manika Batra won a historic Gold in women's singles table tennis after defeating Singapore's Mengyu Yu 4-0 (11-7, 11-6, 11-2, 11-7).

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