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Weightlifter Geeta wins 14th Gold for India in free style at C'wealth Games

Indian woman weightlifter Geeta won 14th Gold on Thursday evening in the 55 kilogram category of the free style wrestling, as India continued its winning spree.


New Delhi, Oct.7 : Indian woman weightlifter Geeta won 14th Gold on Thursday evening in the 55 kilogram category of the free style wrestling, as India continued its winning spree.

Earlier, the Indian women archers beat their Malaysian counterparts 223-219 to win bronze medal in the compound section, at the Commonwealth Games, today. This is India's sixth bronze medal.

In the 63kg category, Suman Kundu of India lost her semi-final bout.

With its total 30 medals--14 Gold, 10 Silver and 6 Bronze medals, India remained on the second position in the medals tally of the XIX Commonwealth Games being held in Delhi.

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