Highlights (July 29)– Day in Sports

July 29, 2019

Wrestling, Shooting, Badminton, Boxing, Judo, ChessShooting

YoGems makes sure that you won’t miss a thing in the field of sports, so here is a quick recap to all the happenings from the last 24 hours:

Finals lineups at the World Championships from India (Women’s)
50kg: Seema
53kg: Vinesh Phogat
57kg: Sarita
62kg: Sakshi Malik
68kg: Divya
76kg: Kiran

India wins two medals in the Oleg Karavaev, Greco-Roman Ranking series Wrestling Tournament, Belarus.
55kg Manjeet – Silver
130kg Naveen – Bronze

Para Shooting World Cup- Manish narwal, Singhraj and Akash wins 50m pistol team Gold medal at the Para-Shooting World Cup, Osijek. Singhraj also wins individual 50m Pistol bronze.

Boycott CWG- In a completely unprecedented move, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Saturday sought government’s approval proposing the boycott of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games in the light of dropping shooting from its roster. The IOA President Narinder Batra, in a letter to the Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, urged him for an early meeting to deliberate on the proposal.

India’s ace pugilist and six-time World Championships gold-medallist Mary Kom wins gold at the 23rd President’s Cup in Labuan Bajo in Indonesia on Sunday.

Thailand Open- Asian Championship medallist Ashish Kumar wins gold in the 75kg weight category at the Thailand Open. India finished with 1Gold, 4Silver and 3Bronze in Thailand Open.

Silver-Deepak Bhoria, Nikhat Zareen, Hussamuddin, Brijesh Yadav
Bronze-Manju Rani, Ashish, Bhagyabati

Youth Olympics silver medallist Tababi Devi wins a gold medal in women’s 48 kg Cadet event at Asia-Oceania Cadet & Jr. Judo Championships.
Other medal winners (cadet):
Mansi (44 kg) – Silver
Priya (40 kg) – Bronze
Bishal (66kg) – Bronze
Sohan Singh (55 kg) – Bronze

Bhakti Kulkarni retains her title at the National Women’s Championships 2019.
2nd place – Vantika Agrawal
3rd place – Divya Deshmukh (13-year-old)

India wins 2 Gold, 2Silver and 1Bronze in the Lagos International classic.
Women’s doubles:
Pooja Dandu & Sanjana Santosh -Gold
Maneesha K & Rutaparna Panda-Bronze
Men’s doubles:
Arjun & Shlok Ramchandran-Silver
Mixed doubles:
Arjun & Maneesha K-Gold
Shlok Ramchandran & Rutaparna Panday-Silver

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