It was a day when the Indian athletes won many medals to add to the tally.

The Indian contingent gave a fabulous account of itself in the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. There were medals galore as boxers like Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal and Nitu Ghanghas won golds in their respective categories. There was more joy for Indian fans during the day in the men’s triple jump event that saw India’s Eldhose Paul and Abdulla Aboobacker win gold and silver respectively.

Indian women’s hockey team won bronze in iconic fashion by beating New Zealand in a penalty shootout. Several other individuals delivered good performances in their respective disciplines and won multiple medals to add to India’s tally.

Here is a roundup of results of Indian athletes on Day 10 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham:


New Zealand (1) 1-1 (2) India (WON BRONZE MEDAL) – Women’s Bronze Medal Match


PV Sindhu 2-0 Jia Min Yeo (Singapore) – Women’s Singles Semi-Finals. Advanced to the final

Jia Heng Teh (Singapore) 1-2 Lakshya Sen – Men’s Singles Semi-Finals. Advanced to the final

Tze Yong Ng (Malaysia) 2-1 Kidambi Srikanth – Men’s Singles Semi-Finals

Jolly Treesa/Gayatri Gopichand 0-2 Tan Koong Le Pearly/Thinnah Muralitharan (Malaysia) – Women’s Doubles Semi-Finals

Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty 2-0 Chan Peng Soon/Tan Kian Meng (Malaysia) – Men’s Doubles Semi-Finals – Advanced to the final

Kidambi Srikanth (WON BRONZE MEDAL) 2-0 Jia Heng Teh (Singapore) – Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match

Jolly Treesa/Pullela Gayatri Gopichand (WON BRONZE MEDAL) 2-0 Chen Hsuan-Yu Wendy/Somerville Gronya (Australia) – Women’s Doubles Bronze Medal Match


Eldhose Paul (WON GOLD MEDAL) 1st – 17.03m – Men’s Triple Long Jump Final 

Abdulla Aboobacker (WON SILVER MEDAL) 2nd – 17.02m – Men’s Triple Long Jump Final

Praveen Chithravel (4th) – 16.89m – Men’s Triple Long Jump Final

Sandeep Kumar (WON BRONZE MEDAL) – 3rd – 38:49:21s – Men’s 10,000m Race Walk Final

Amit Khatri – 9th43:04:97s – Men’s 10,000m Race Walk Final

Annu Rani (WON BRONZE MEDAL) – 3rd – 60.00m – Women’s Javelin Throw Final

Shilpa Rani – 7th54.62m – Women’s Javelin Throw Final

India – 5th43.81s – Women’s 4x100m Relay Final

DP Manu – 5th (82.28m) – Men’s Javelin Throw Final

Rohit Yadav – 6th (82.22) – Men’s Javelin Throw Final

India – 6th (3:05.51) – Men’s 4x400m Relay Final

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Nitu Ghanghas (WON GOLD MEDAL) WP 5-0 Demie-Jade Resztan (England) – Women’s 48KG Gold Medal Match

Amit Panghal (WON GOLD MEDAL) WP 5-0 Kiaran Macdonald (England) – Men’s 51 KG Gold Medal Match

Nikhat Zareen (WON GOLD MEDAL) WP 5-0 Carly McNaul (Nothern Ireland) – Women’s 50KG Gold Medal Match

Sagar Ahlawat (WON SILVER MEDAL) WP 0-5 Delicious Orie (England) – Men’s Over 92 KG Gold Medal Match

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Sreeja Akula 3-4 Yangzi Liu (Australia) – Women’s Singles Bronze Medal Match

Drinkhall Paul/Pitchford Liam (England) 3-2 Achanta Sharath Kamal/Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (WON SILVER MEDAL) – Men’s Doubles Gold Medal Match

Paul Drinkhall (England) 2–3 Achanta Sharath Kamal – Men’s Singles Semi-Finals – Advanced to the final

Liam Pitchford (England) 4-1 Sathiyan Gnanasekaran – Men’s Singles Semi-Finals

Choong Javen/Lyne Karen (Malaysia) 1–3 (WON GOLD MEDAL) Achanta Sharath Kamal/Sreeja Akula – Mixed Doubles Gold Medal Match


India (152 All-Out) lost to Australia (161/8) by 9 runs – Women’s T20 Gold Medal Match – WON SILVER MEDAL


Pallikal Karthik Dipika/Ghosal Sourav (WON BRONZE MEDAL) 2-0 Lobban Donna/Pilley Cameron (Australia) – Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match

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