India’s Result On Day 1 Of Commonwealth Games 2022

 India’s Result On Day 1 Of Commonwealth Games 2022

India’s Results on Day 1 of CWG 2022 (Image Source: Twitter)

On 29 July 2022, India kicked off their campaign in this year’s Commonwealth Games Day 1. The day was full of action as Indian athletes took part in all events. However, most of the results went in favour of India. Hence, a good start to this mega event for Indian athletes across all the events.

Meanwhile, some results did not go as per plan. India dealt with a loss in Cricket, Lawn Bowls, Triathlon, and Cycling. On the other hand, India came out victorious in boxing, hockey, table tennis, and badminton. Now, ahead of a crucial Day 2, here are the overall results and outcomes of events on Day 1 for India.

Results of Indian participants in the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022, Day 1


In the Triathalon event, Adarsh and Vishwanath ended up in the 30th and 33rd positions respectively in the men’s category. However, in the women’s category, Pragnya and Sanjana finished 26th and 28th respectively.

Table Tennis

India women’s team won the first two group matches against South Africa (3-0) and Fiji (3-0) respectively. On the other hand, India’s men’s team also won their first two group matches against Barbados (3-0) and Singapore (3-0).  


In the first match of 63.5 kg men’s boxing, Shiva Thapa defeated Baloch Suleman with a Unanimous decision of 5:0.


Disappointing results for India as Sajan Prakash failed to qualify for the semi-finals in the 50 m Butterfly. Along with him, Kushagra Rawat failed to qualify for the finals in the 400 m freestyle.

In the men’s 100m backstrokes S9 final, Para-swimmer Ashish Kumar finished 8th. But, a great result happened when Srihari Nataraj qualified for the semifinal of (100 m backstroke). He also finished 7th to qualify for the final.


The women’s sprint team did not qualify for the semi-finals as they finished seventh in the qualification round. The men’s sprint team also failed a semi-final berth by finishing sixth in the qualification round. Apart from them, the men’s pursuit team finished last in the qualification round.


India women’s team lost against Australia by three wickets.


India women’s Hockey team thrashed Ghana with a big margin 5-0.

Lawn Bowls

India lost to Scotland in the men’s triple sectional play (12-19). Even, Taniya Tania lost her first match in women’s single sectional play against Daphne of Falkland Islands (20-21).


India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan in all five matches in the mixed event with ease.


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