Live Updates

  • 3:48 PM IST

    From the hockey semi-final at half-time, India started the game on a sour note, conceding two goals in the first quarter with goals coming from Stephen Jenness and Hugo Inglis. However, India cut short the deficit to 1-2 heading into the half time with Harmanpreet Singh netting the ball in the near corner through a gifted penalty stroke.

  • 12:08 PM IST

    Meanwhile, Indian trap shooter Shreyasi Singh, who clinched a gold earlier in the double trap shooting finishes on the fifth spot in the women’s trap shooting event. She hit a total of 19/30 to get eliminated.

  • 11:15 AM IST

    Disappointment for India, Naman loses in the semi-final to his Australian counter-part. He will now fight for the bronze medal. It did not look good for him, since the first round.

  • 11:03 AM IST

    The second round has started. Naman on the red corner, he takes a hit or two on his face in the second round, this round looked more in the favour of the Australian. Third round coming up!

  • 10:58 AM IST

    Indian Boxer Naman Tanwar takes on Australian counter-part Jason in the 91 kg semi-final. Naman started of the defense but he is now looking to attack Jason, who looks to be blocking the Indian well.

Hello and welcome to live commentary from the Commonwealth Games 2018, Day 9, being held at Gold Coast. India have bagged a total of 34 medals and are on third spot, thus far – 16 Gold, 8 Silver and  10 Bronze.

We already saw Indian shooter Anish Bhanwala won gold in Men’s 25m Rapid Fire pistol event at Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2018 earlier. Anish, aged 15, created history by becoming the country’s youngest ever gold medal winner in the Commonwealth Games. He achieved the feat when he stormed his way into the gold medal with a Games record in the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol event at the Belmont Shooting Centre. The Haryana boy shot down the CWG record in the final with a score of 30 including four series of 5 each.

Earlier in the day, Indian shooters Tejaswini Sawant and Anjum Moudgil had bagged gold and silver, respectively in 50m rifle 3 positions finals at Commonwealth Games 2018 being held at Australia’s Gold Coast.

Tejaswini registered a new Games record 457.9 points to take the title. Anjum scored 455.7. Seonaid McIntosh of Scotland took bronze with 444.6.