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Maharashtra continue to hold the top spot in medals tally.
The National Games 2023 has been a showcase of remarkable talent and fierce competition, with athletes from across the country giving their all. November 6th saw, the Introduction of Events Like Yogasana, and Many Athletes made their presence felt, Shubham Debhnath’s gold in Traditional Yogasana-Men added to the event’s rich tapestry of achievements.
In the shooting events, Vijayveer’s exceptional performance in the 25m rapid-fire pistol event earned him a well-deserved gold medal, underlining the depth of talent in Indian sports. The duel between Haryana’s Anish and Adarsh Singh, who secured the Silver and Bronze medals was one of the highlights of the day.
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The victory of Services in CM1X reflects their commitment to excellence and their dedication to the sport. Meanwhile, in Lawn Tennis, Maharashtra’s Women’s Doubles team showcased their prowess, clinching the Gold medal, with Telangana emerging as worthy competitors with their Silver medal.
With Maharashtra leading the medal tally and defending champions Services Sports Control Board making their presence felt the 37th National Games have lived up to their reputation as a platform for athletes to shine and inspire the nation. The excitement continues as these games head towards a thrilling conclusion on November 9th.
Former World No. 1 archer Deepika Kumari shone on the 12th day of the National Games 2023, securing two gold medals and one silver at the Goa Engineering College in Farmagudi. Meanwhile, Olympian Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar reaffirmed his dominance in the 50m Rifle 3-position shooting event in Manderem.
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In archery, table toppers Maharashtra, third-placed Haryana, and Assam secured other gold medals in the Recurve category as the archery events concluded. With three days remaining for the closing ceremony, Maharashtra leads the medal tally with 68 gold medals, followed by Services Sports Control Board with 54 gold medals and Haryana with 50 gold medals.
Deepika Kumari’s impressive performance included a gold in the women’s individual category and another gold in the mixed team event, where she partnered with Mrinal Chauhan. Furthermore, she helped Jharkhand secure the silver in the team event, despite losing to Haryana in a shootout.
In the shooting competition at the Manderem Range, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar won the gold in the Men’s 50 M Rifle 3 Positions, edging past Niraj Kumar of SSCB, who finished in second place. SSCB’s Chain Singh, who had topped the qualifying round, clinched the bronze.
Vijayveer Sidhu representing Punjab secured the gold in the Men’s 25 M Rapid Fire Pistol, with Haryana’s Anish Bhanwala and Adarsh Singh claiming the silver and bronze, respectively.
In Judo competitions at Campal Games Village, Delhi won three out of eight gold medals, with Manipur securing two. Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Punjab won the remaining three gold medals.