Commonwealth Games 2018: Shreyasi Singh Wins Double Trap Gold and Om Mitharwal Bags 50m Pistol Bronze
It’s 7th day of Commonwealth Games 2018 going at Gold Coast. In the men’s 50 metre Pistol event, Indian shooter Om Mitharwal took the bronze medal. At the 21st Commonwealth Games, Om Mitharwal made the nation proud by winning Bronze in the event. He recorded the score of 201.1 in the final. The gold is grabbed by Daniel Repacholi of Australia with a remarkable record of 227.2. The Gold medal winner in 10m air pistol, Jitu Rai didn’t achieve anything.
Considering the other sports events, boxing champion MC Mary Kom defeated Sri Lanka’s Anusha Dilruksh to enter the final in the women’s 48 kilogram category. Till now Marykom has not won any medal in CWG but this time we are assured that India will not return at least without silver medal.
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Shreyasi Singh registered one more Gold to India’s medal tally by winning the women’s double trap finals. It is the 12th gold medal in 21st Commonwealth Games. In the same event, Varsha Varman finishes at the fourth.
In athletics, Tejaswini Shankar is a step away from creating history and can become the first Indian to win Commonwealth medal in high jump.
Since the inception of CWG 2018, Indian players are showing their remarkable talent. Talking about the overall medal tally in this sports event till Tuesday, India stands at third position with 11 Gold, 4 Silver and 6 Bronze.