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CWG 2010: India equals its best ever performance with 30 Gold medals on Day-8
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CWG 2010: India equals its best ever performance with 30 Gold medals on Day-8
India equalled its best ever performance in the Commonwealth Games with 30 Gold medals, as Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia bagging a historic Gold medal for the country in athletics after 58 years here today. ANI

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CWG 2010: India equals its best ever performance with 30 Gold medals on Day-8

India equalled its best ever performance in the Commonwealth Games with 30 Gold medals, as Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia bagging a historic Gold medal for the country in athletics after 58 years here today.


New Delhi, Oct.11 : India equalled its best ever performance in the Commonwealth Games with 30 Gold medals, as Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia bagging a historic Gold medal for the country in athletics after 58 years here today.

India had achieved this feat of 30 Gold medals in the 2002 Manchester games for the first time.

India's other two Discus Throwers went on to make a clean sweep,of the event , bagging Silver and Bronze medals.

Poonia's throw was 61.51metres, Harwant Kaur claimed Siliver with a throw of 60.16m, while Seema Antil took Bronze with a best of 58.46.

In boxing, Olympic Bronze medalist Vijendra Singh suffered a shock defeat in 75 kg category. Suronjoy Singh, Manoj Kumar and Paramjeet Somata have entered the finals in their respective weight categories.

Jai Bhagwan, Amandeep Singh and Dilbagh Singh lost their bouts and had to settle for Bronze medals apiece today.

The first medal of the day for the hosts came in shooting as Tejaswini Sawant and Meena Kumari won bronze in women's 50 meter Rifle Prone pairs.

Sawant, later said, that she had hoped to win more than a Bronze in the competition.

In Skeet pairs shooting, Mairaj Ahmad Khan and P Allan Danials finished fifth, as the Gold medal in this event was won by Cyprus.

In Badminton, a host of Indian players moved into the quarter-finals of the individual badminton event on Monday, raising hopes of multiple medals from the badminton courts .

India's Saina Nehwal and Aditi Mutatkar advanced to the quarter-finals of the Women's Singles event. World No.3 Saina defeated Caroline Black of Nigeria, 21-0,21-2 while Aditi defeated Kirsty Gilmour of Scotland 21-11, 21-17 in their respective matches.

Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponappa pulled off a fine victory against Malaysian Eei Hui Chin and Woon Khe Wei 15-21, 21-10, 21-16 to advance into the last eight in women's doubles.

Aditi Mutatkar also moved into the women's singles quarter-final with a 21-11, 21-17 victory over Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour. The Indian now faces second seeded Malaysian Mew Choo Wong.

In men's singles, Parupalli Kashyap got the better of Kieran Merrilees of Scotland 21-12, 21-5. Kashyap, too, will have a difficult opponent in fourth seeded Mohammad Hafiz Hashim in the quarter-final.

Top ranked Indian and third seed Chetan Anand defeated Jamie Van Hooijdonk of Wales 21-8, 21-2 in another third round match. He will take on England's Carl Baxter in the evening session for a place in the semis.

Mixed doubles second seeds Jwala Gutta and V. Diju defeated compatriots Rupesh Kumar and Ashwini Ponnappa 15-21, 21-18, 21-16.

In Rugby, the Indian team, however, disappointed its fans as it lost the match against Wales by an embarrassing 7-53 score.

In Weightlifting, one gold was to be decided on Monday night, in men's 105 plus Kilogram weight category. Sarabjit carries the Indian medal hopes in this event.

In Women's Hockey, India defeated Canada 3-0 in a final classification match.

In Table-Tennis, Indian duo, Sharad Kamal and Shubhjeet Saha ,have entered the Men's Doubles quarter-finals by defeating Australia's Justin Henn and Shimon Gerreda.

With five more Bronze won on Monday India continued to hold on to its second position with 30 Gold, 23 Silver and 28 Bronze. England has 26 gold, 47 Silver and 34 bronze. However, Australia continues to head the table with a total haul of 62 Gold, 40 Silver and 39 Bronze medals.

Meanwhile, the New Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games were hit by a doping controversy today in the same 100 meter Women's event that earlier saw the disqualification of Australia's Sally Pearson who was stripped off her medal for a false start.

Oludamola Osayomi, a Nigerian Gold Medalist of women's 100 meters, was tested positive in dope examination. In the dope test methyle hexalimine stimulate was found.

Addressing the customary press conference at Main Press Center, the President of the Games Federation Mr Michael Fennel said the athlete tested positive has requested for 'B' sample test and the hearing will be held later today.

Meanwhile, the Organizing Committee Chairman, Suresh Kalmadi said today that big video screens will be put up during road events including Marathon and Cycling events along the route.

He said cycling events will be held at Noida- Greater Noida Expressway and all arrangements have been completed.

Indian players will also be seen in action in Table-tennis and Squash tonight.

ANI

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