Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 11: Find details of India’s full schedule here on Closing Day

With Indian athletes winning 55 medals – 18 gold, 15 silver and 22 bronze – at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the country is now in the top five countries in terms of medal tally.

India is currently in fourth place with a total of 55 medals.

Today, on the day of the Commonwealth Games 2022 Closing Ceremony, PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen and men’s doubles Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will play in the finals of their respective badminton events. PV Sindhu meets world No. 13 Michelle Li of Canada in Monday’s final, while Lakshya Sen meets Malaysian shuttle Tze Yong NG in the men’s singles final.

Apart from that, the Indian men’s hockey team is also one win away from securing their first ever gold in CWG matches as India will face Australia in the gold medal game.

On Day 10 of CWG 2022, the Day 10 boxing gold rush for India began with Nitu Ghanghas defeating the host country’s Demie-Jade Rezstan 5-0 in a unanimous decision to claim gold in the women’s category at 48 kg (minimum weight), India’s 14th, to win the campaign.

Amit Panghal in the men’s 48kg-51kg (flyweight) division took the same 5-0 route and showed a clear superiority over another English boxer, Kiaran Macdonald.

World Champion Nikhat Zareen then took 17 gold medals for India, defeating Cary MC Naul of Northern Ireland in another 5-0 ruling for the Indians.

At Athletic Action at Alexander Stadium, Eldhose Paul and Abdulla Aboobacker made history in the men’s triple jump by planning an Indian 1-2 finish. Eldhose, fresh from his IAAF World Championships final, hopped, kicked and jumped 17.03m in his third attempt at gold.

Ja-Nhai Perinchief of Bermuda stopped a clean Indians win for the medals to take bronze with a personal best of 16.92m, while Praveen Chithravel, the third Indian in the fight, missed fourth place with 16.89m.

Sandeep Kumar won seven medals in track and field with bronze in the men’s 10K walk. His performance of 38:49:21 was a personal best. However, Amit finished 12th in the race.

In the women’s javelin final it was Annu Rani’s turn. She won bronze, India’s eighth track and field medal, with a throw of 60.00 m. Shilpa Rani was seventh with a performance of 54.62 m.

However, the Indian women’s 4*100m relay finished fifth in the final, missing out on a medal.

Indian women won a hockey medal at the CWG after 16 years when they dominated their bronze medal game against New Zealand but eventually won via a penalty shootout.

The latest upswing for India began with PV Sindhu defeating Jia Min Yeo of Singapore 21-19, 21-17 to reach the women’s singles final and secure her third CWG medal.

India’s number one Lakshay Sen also reached the men’s singles final with a 2-1 win over Singapore’s Jia Heng Teh.

Kidambi Srikanth ended his campaign at the 2022 Commonwealth Games with a bronze medal in men’s singles, while Treesa Jolly-Gayatri Gopichand took bronze in the women’s doubles semifinals.

In the men’s triple jump, India took their first two medals, all thanks to Eldhose Paul, who bagged gold, and Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid, who took silver.

The Indian women’s cricket team lost to Australia in the final, settling for silver. In squash, Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal took bronze in mixed doubles.

Here is the full Day 11 schedule for India at the 2022 Commonwealth Games:

Badminton:

Women’s Singles Final: PV Sindhu vs. Michelle Li – 1:20 p.m

Men’s Singles Final: Lakshya Sen vs. Ng Tze Yong – 2:10 p.m

Men’s Doubles Final: Chirag/Satwik vs. Sean Vendy and Ben Lane – 3pm

table tennis

Men’s Bronze Medal Match: G Sathiyan v Paul Drinkhal – 15:35

Men’s Gold Medal Game: Achanta Sharath Kamal v Liam Pitchford – 4:25 p.m

ice Hockey

India vs Australia: 5pm

Closing Ceremony: 12 p.m

(With inputs from ANI)

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