Commonwealth Games Day 11: Full schedule for India – Monday 8 August

Today is the last day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. With some notable performances over the past two days, India sits fifth in the medals list with 55 medals including 18 gold, 15 silver and 22 bronze. Complete dominance in wrestling and weightlifting helped India achieve this feat.

On Day 10, the Indian women’s ice hockey team overcame their 16-year losing streak by beating powerful Kiwis in a chilling tie-break in Sunday’s bronze medal game in Birmingham. Ice hockey aside, India clinched a medal in cricket as India’s women’s cricket team was beaten by 9 runs against Australia in the final.

Boxing was India’s other favorite as Nitu Ghangas defeated Demi-Jade Rezstan 5-0 in the final of the women’s 48kg category. Amit Panghal also defeated English boxer Kiaran MacDonald 5-0 in the flyweight category (48kg-51kg) final. World Champion Nikhat Zareen also picked up another medal by defeating Cary MC Naul 5-0 in the Women’s 50kg Light Flyweight Final. also read | 2022 Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony: time, where to watch, highlights

In athletics, Abdulla Booacker and Eldhose Paul made history by winning silver and gold medals in the men’s triple jump.

The duo of Sharath Kamal and G. Sathiyan won silver in table tennis, while Sandeep Kumar and Annu Rani won bronze medals in the walker and javelin.

Until now, India has been notable in the major sports, including exceptional performances in lawn bowls, cricket and hockey. Finally we can expect up to six medals, which would bring India’s tally to 61.

When can the Commonwealth Games 2022 be seen?

With 55 awards under its belt, India is stronger than most countries at the CWG 2022. After winning 15 medals, India would hope to remain stronger and win all remaining medal bouts on the final day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Today you can support India for the last time in August on various TV channels and streaming platforms. This day would be comparatively shorter than most CWG days as there is not much to see. So check out the schedule for the last day of CWG 2022 for India.


incident highlights
1:20 p.m Women’s Singles Final (Badminton) PV Sindhu vs. Michelle Li (Canada)
2:10 p.m Men’s Singles Final (Badminton) Lakshya Sen vs. Tze Yong Ng (Malaysia)
3:00 p.m Men’s Doubles Final (Badminton) Chirag Shetty/Sairaj Satwik Rankireddy vs Ben Lane/Sean Vendy (England)
3:35 p.m Men’s singles for bronze medal (table tennis) Sathiyan Gnanasekaran vs Paul Drinkhall (England)
4:25 p.m Men’s Singles Final (Table Tennis) Achanta Sharath Kamal vs Liam Pitchford (England)
5.00 Men’s Final (Ice Hockey) India vs Australia

Where to watch the 2022 Commonwealth Games?

As an Indian supporter, you can watch live coverage of the day on Sony TV Network channels, specifically Sony Six, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3 and Sony Ten 4. You can also experience the live action with the Sony Liv app on your smartphone or Android TV.

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