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The action will hot up on seventh day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games as a total of 35 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines.


New Delhi, Oct 10 : The action will hot up on seventh day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games as a total of 35 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines.

Hopes will be high when Olympic bronze winning wrestler Sushil Kumar gets on the floor on Sunday to compete in the Men's freestyle 66 kg category.

Ace shooters Vijay Kumar and Harpreet Singh will participate in the Men's Singles 25 m Centrefire Pistol Final.

Mansher Singh, Manavjit Singh Sandhu, who won Silver in Pairs Trap event on Friday, will take part in the Men's Singles Trap Stage 2 final.

Weightlifter Geeta Rani will be leading India's campaign in 75kg category and will hope to make a podium finish.

The gold medals at stake today include: Swimming (3), Archery (4), Athletics (8), Cycling (2), Lawn Bowls (4), Shooting (6), Tennis (2), Weightlifting (2) Wrestling (4)

Following is Sunday's schedule of Indian participation:

Wrestling: Men's Freestyle 66 kg: Sushil Kumar

Athletics: Women's 100m Hurdles: Anuradha Biswal, M M Anchu, ayathry Govindaraj

Women's High Jump Final: Kavya Chottekalapanda, S Sahana

Women's Long Jump Final: Prajusha Maliakkal, Resmi Bose, Mayookha ohny Mathalikunnel

Women's 800m: Tintu Lukka, Sinimole Paulose

Women's Discus: Krishna Poonia, Harwant Kaur, Seema Antil

Women's 200m Final: Geetha Satti

Men's Discus Final: Vikas Shive Gowda

Cycling: Women's 112 km Road Race: India

Men's 168 km Road Race: India

Diving: Men's 1M Springboard: Rabikumar Singh Senjam, Hari Prasad himmarayappa

Hockey: Men's Group A: India vs Pakistan

Lawn Bowls: Women's Singles Group A: Farzana Khan

Men's Singles Group A: Mohammad Raja

Netball: Women's India vs Jamaica

Shooting: Women's Singles 10 m Air Rifle Qualification: Suma S hirur, Kavitha Yadav

Men's Singles 25 m Centrefire Pistol Final: Vijay Kumar, Harpreet ingh

Men's Singles Trap Stage 2: Mansher Singh, Manavjit Singh Sandhuquash: Men's Doubles: India vs Malaysia

Women's Doubles: India vs Kenya

Table Tennis: Women's Singles: Poulomi Ghatak, Shamini Kumaresan, rabhu Mamta

Tennis: Men's Singles Final: Somdev Devvarman

Weightlifting: Women's 75+ kg: Geeta Rani

Archery: Women's Recurve Individual Quarters: Deepika Kumari, ola Banerjee

Men's Recurve Individual Quarters: Rahul Banerjee, Jayanta Talukdar.

ANI

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