Commonwealth Games 2022 - Indian Tricolour at Birmingham



  • munna219777munna219777 28514 Points
    Commonwealth Games are being held at Birmingham UK from 28 July to 8 August.

    India has sent a strong contingent of 211 participants (106 men and 105 women) in 16 sports

  • indian_goonerindian_gooner 3427 Points
    we need football in cwg. atleaset start with women's or even junior level.
  • munna219777munna219777 28514 Points
    In olympics women football is a good draw event 
    They should bring womens football atleast 
  • thebeautifulgamethebeautifulgame Durgapur,India29700 Points
    Commonwealth Games, Day 1 Live Updates

    It has been a good day so far for India so far at the CWG 2022. In badminton, PV Sindhu starred as India thrashed Pakistan 5-0 in a Mixed Team Group A match. Apart from Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and the three doubles teams also won their respective rubbers against Pakistan.

    The Indian women's hockey team too started its campaign with a 5-0 win over Ghana. In another big development, swimmer Srihari Nataraj qualified for the semi-finals of 100m backstroke with a timing of 54.68 seconds. In another major win by an Indian, boxer Shiva Thapa defeated Pakistan's Suleiman Baloch 5-0 in 63kg.

    The Indian women's TT team started off the campaign with a bang by defeating South Africa 3-0 in their first group match and then registering a 3-0 win against Fiji in their second game, while the men's team beat Barbados.

    India, however, tasted defeats in lawn bowls, swimming (50m butterfly and 400m freestyle) and cycling events. Also, the India women's cricket team lost to Australia by three wickets. The opening day can go a long way in setting a good tone for the Indian contingent in the event.
  • thebeautifulgamethebeautifulgame Durgapur,India29700 Points

    Here is the Full India Schedule For Day 2 of the Commonwealth Games

    Lawn Bowls (1PM IST)- India in Men's Triple; Tania Choudhury in Women's singles

    Athletics (1:30PM IST) - Nitendra Singh Rawat in Men's Marathon Final

    Badminton (1:30PM IST)- India's Mixed Team Group A tie against Sri Lanka

    Weightlifting (1:30PM IST): Weightlifting - Sanket Mahadev Sargar in Men's 55kh category; Gururaja in men's 61kg category

    Table Tennis (2:00PM): Table Tennis - India vs Guyana in women's team group 2; Men's team vs Northern Ireland

    Cycling (2:30PM): Cycling - Mayuri Lute and Triyashi Paul in Women's Sprint Qualifying. Meenakshi in Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit Qualifying, Cycling - Vishwajeet Singh and Dinesh Kumar in Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit Qualifying

    Swimming (3PM IST) - Kushagra Rawat in 200m Freestyle Heat 3

    Boxing (4:30PM IST) - Hussanmuddin Mohammed (IND) vs Amzolee (SA) in 54-57kg weight category (Round of 32)

    Squash (4:30PM IST) - Ramit Tandon and Saurav Ghosal in men's singles round of 32; Joshna Chinappa and Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla in women's singles round of 32.

    Weighlifting (Timings TBD)- Saikhom Mirabai Chanu in women's 55kg category

    Cycling (8:30PM IST) - Esow Alben in Men's Keirin first round

    Table Tennis (8:30PM IST) - India vs Northern Island in Men's Table Tennis quarterfinal

    Gymnastics (9PM IST)- Pranati Nayak, Ruthuja Nataraj and Protishta Samanta in Women's team final and Individual qualification subdivision 3

    Boxing (11PM IST)- Lovlina Borgohain vs N Ariane in Round 1 of 70kg category

    Badminton (11:30PM IST)- India in Mixed Team Group A tie against Australia

    Hockey (11:30PM IST) - India vs Wales in Women's Pool A

    Boxing (1:15AM IST) - Sanjeet vs PF Ato Leau in Round 1 of 92kg category

  • thebeautifulgamethebeautifulgame Durgapur,India29700 Points
    India opens its metal tally at the CWG!

    Sanket Sargar wins the Silver in the Men's 55 kg Weightlifting event
  • munna219777munna219777 28514 Points
    India defeated Wales 3- 1 in Hockey 

    But a controversial decision to give last Round 10-8 robbed Sanjeet of a win in 92 kilo boxing 

    Manika Batra and Reeth Tennison lost their matches inexplicably to Malaysia who defeated reigning champions india in women's table tennis event 

    Two medal opportunities lost 
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