The Indian contingent was impressive on a relatively successful day.

Indian athletes are performing well at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Picking up from a successful outing on Saturday, India managed to add more medals to the tally on Sunday. Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli won gold in weightlifting and wrote their name in history by making a Commonwealth Games record in snatch and in total kgs lifted.

Boxing World Champion Nikhat Zareen, the Indian women’s cricket team and the Indian men’s hockey team all won their respective contests as well. While on the other hand, there was disappointment in waiting for Indian boxer Shiva Thapa.

Here is a roundup of Indian results on Day 3 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games:


Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Gold Medal 300kg (140 S + 160 C&J) – Men’s 67kg

Popy Hazarika – 7th – 183KG (81 S + 102 C&J) – Women’s 59kg

Achinta Sheuli – Gold Medal 313kg (143 S + 170 C&J) – Men’s 73kg


India 102/2 wins by 8 wickets against Pakistan 99/10.


India 11 – 0 Ghana – Men’s Pool B


South Africa 0-3 India – Mixed Team Quarterfinals

Table Tennis

India 3-0 Bangladesh – Men’s Team Quarterfinals


Nikhat Zareen 5-0 Helena Ismael Bagoo – 50KG (Round of 16)

Shiva Thapa 1-4 Reese Lynch – 63.5KG (Round of 16)


Joshna Chinappa 3-1 Kaitlyn Watts – Women’s Singles Round of 16

Saurav Ghosal 3-0 David Baillargeon – Men’s Singles Round of 16

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Esow Alben – 23rd – 10.361s – Men’s Sprint Qualifying 

Ronaldo Laitonjam – 13th – 10.012s (Q) – Men’s Sprint Qualifying

David Beckham – 18th – 10.120s – Men’s Sprint Qualifying

Ronaldo Laitonjam – Lost by 0.168s –  Men’s Sprint 1/8 Finals 

Naman Kapil – DNQ, Vishvajeet Singh – Q – Men’s 15KM Scratch Race Qualifying

Mayuri Lete – 18th – 36.868 – Women’s 500m trial


Sajan Prakash – 4th – 1.58.99s. – Men’s 200m Butterfly Heat 3

Srihari Nataraj – 2nd – 25.52s (Q) –  Men’s 50m Backstroke Heat 6

Srihari Nataraj – 5th – 25.38s (Q) –  Men’s 50m Backstroke Semi-Final 1

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Rhutuja Nataraj –17th – Artistic Gymnastics’ Women’s All-Around Final.

Yogeshwar Singh – 15th – Men’s All-Around Final.

Lawn Bowls

India 17 – 9 Norfolk Islands – Women’s Fours Team Quarter Final

Tania Choudhary 21-12 Shauna O Neill 

India 18-15 England – Lawn Bowl Men’s Pairs


India – 10th – 1:31:43 – Mixed Team Relay Final

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