Indian shooter Shreyasi Singh has won gold medal in women’s double trap event. He defeated Emma Cox of Australia in the shootout
Shreyasi Singh, who was studying at Hansraj College, Delhi, was the chief of the National Rifle Association and daughter of Digvijay Singh, who is from Bihar.
This is India’s 12th gold medal in the Gold Coast.
Ankur Mittal of India won the bronze medal at the men’s shooting double trap event.
Earlier, Ankur Mittal won the silver medal in the World Championships in Moscow in 2017.
On Wednesday, some more boxers of India reached the semi-finals and confirmed their medal.
On the seventh day of Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, India’s first medalist shooter Om Prakash Mitharwal
He got bronze medal in the 50m pistol event. Earlier, Om won bronze in 10 meter pistol.
In this event, India was expecting medals from Jitu Rai, but they missed. Jitu Rai, who won gold medal in 10 meter pistol event
The 50 meter pistol event did not reach the final round.
With the medal of Om Mitharwal, India is on the Gold Coast with 12 gold, four silver and eight bronze medals at the third spot.
India’s world champion boxer MC Mary Kom has reached the final round of 48kg category. 35-year-old Mary Kom defeated Sri Lanka’s Anissa Dilrakshi 30-27
Five times world champion and bronze medalist at the London Olympics, Mary Kom has not won any medal in the Commonwealth Games so far, so they will try to finish this drought in the Gold Coast. The final match of the 48-kilogram class will be on April 14.
However, the Indian hopes were shaky in boxing, when Sarita Devi was out of medal clash.
India’s pride Solanki has become the sixth boxer to reach the semi-finals in 52kg category of boxing.
Now, in the semi-finals, he will be up against Sri Lanka’s Ishaan Bandara
Apart from this, Vikas in 75kg category Krishna has confirmed his medal by reaching the semi-finals.
In the semi-finals, they will clash with Northern Ireland’s Steven Donnelly.
So far, seven Indian men have reached the semifinals