After bagging four medals on Day 2 of the Commonwealth Games 2022, India was expecting their athletes to bag more glory on Day 3. However, Indian athletes did not let down their country. Two more gold medals came to India. Now, the tally rises up to six (three golds, two silvers, and one bronze). On 30 July 2022, Weightlifters were in the headlines by bagging all the medals from that one sport.
Meanwhile, on the next day. The trend continued as two more gold medals came from weightlifting only. 19-year-old Jeremy Lalrinnunga won in the 67kg category. He lifted 140kg in snatch and 160kg in the clean & jerk. On the other hand, Achinta Sheuli also won in the 73kg category. He lifted 143kg in snatch and 170kg in the clean & jerk. Apart from them, India also progressed in the next rounds of other sports like Badminton. Hence, here are the overall outcomes of events on Day 3 of the Commonwealth Games 2022 for India.
Results of Indian participants in the Commonwealth Games 2022, Day 3
Jeremy Lalrinnunga won Gold Medal 300kg (140 S + 160 C&J) in Men’s 67kg. Achinta Sheuli won Gold Medal 313kg (143 S + 170 C&J) in Men’s 73kg. However, Popy Hazarika came seventh at 183kg (81 S + 102 C&J) in Women’s 59kg.
India defeated Pakistan by eight wickets.
India thrashed Ghana in Men’s Pool B game (11-0).
India outclassed South Africa in the mixed team quarterfinals (3-0).
India overcame Bangladesh in Men’s Team quarterfinals (3-0).
Nikhat Zareen defeated Helena Ismael Bagoo in 50KG (Round of 16, 5-0). While Shiva Thapa lost to Reese Lynch in 63.5KG (Round of 16, 1-4).
Joshna Chinnapa defeated Kaitlyn Watts in the Women’s Singles Round of 16 (3-1). Also, Saurav Ghosal defeated David Baillargeon in the Men’s Singles Round of 16 (3-0).
In Men’s Sprint Qualifying round, Esow Alben finished on 23rd (10.361s), Ronaldo Laitonjam finished on 13th (10.012s, qualified), and David Beckham finished on 18th (10.120s). However, Ronaldo lost in the Men’s Sprint 1/8 Finals by 0.168s.
In Men’s 15KM Scratch Race Qualifying round, Vishvajeet Singh qualified while Naman Kapil failed to do so. Meanwhile, in the Women’s 500m trial, Mayuri Lete finished on the 18th (36.868).
In Men’s 200m Butterfly Heat 3, Sajan Prakash finished 4th (1.58.99s). However, Srihari Nataraj qualified for the Men’s 50m Backstroke Semi-Final 1 (2nd – 25.52s in Heat 6). But, he ended on 5th position (25.38s) to qualify for the next round.
In the Artistic Gymnastics Women’s All-Around Final, Rhutuja Nataraj finished on the 17th. While Yogeshwar Singh finished 15th in Men’s All-Around Final.
India defeated Norfolk Islands (17-9) in the Women’s Fours Team Quarter Final. Along with it, India defeated England (18-15) in Lawn Bowl Men’s Pairs. Tania Choudhary also came victorious over Shauna O Neill (21-12).
In the Mixed Team Relay Final, India finished 10th (1:31:43).