Day 10 of the CWG in 2022 for India: History of the Triple Jumpers screenplay, 3 Boxing Golds

Day 10 was a great day for India, which won 15 medals. India's impressive 1-2 finish in the triple jump and Achanta Kamal's three-game topsy-turvy run was the day's highlights.

Day 10 of the Commonwealth Games saw the Indian team dominate, capturing 15 medals. Gold medal winners included Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal, and Nitu Ghanghas, and table tennis and badminton both put on impressive competitions.

Hockey and cricket both won gold in the team competitions; hockey took third in a thrilling penalty shootout, and cricket took second.

Here is the wrap-up of the Indian team's performance in each event.


India's participation in the legendary cricket final at the Commonwealth Games 2022 was not meant to be. In the women's cricket gold medal game at Edgbaston on Sunday, Harmanpreet Kaur took the initiative and delivered a knock that spectators could have seen during the 2017 World Cup blitz, but it was insufficient for India as they chased down 162.


In badminton, Lakshya Sen and PV Sindhu advanced to the singles final, while Kidambi Shrikanth and the doubles team of Pullela Gopichand and Jolly Treesa earned bronze.


Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal won the bronze medal in the mixed doubles competition on August 7 to give the Indian team its 50th medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The Indian team trounced Australians Lobban Donna and Pilley Cameron in straight sets, 11-8, 11-4, putting on a commanding performance from the outset.

In the final bout of the day, Sagar Ahlawat earned Silver while boxers Nitu Ghanghas, Amit Panghal, and Nikhat Zareen of India won Gold. Another successful boxing day for India


India achieved a record 1-2 in the men's triple jump final, making it a momentous day for the nation in athletics. Abdulla Aboobacker won Silver in the competition, and the two Indian athletes celebrated by running a lap around Alexander Stadium while carrying the Indian flag on their shoulders.

Eldhose filled in for Neeraj Chopra, who withdrew from his javelin championship defence due to injury, and gave India its first athletics Gold medal at the Birmingham 2022 Games.

The group prevailed.

Tennis Table Achanta On Sunday, August 7, the veteran paddler and Sreeja Akula won the mixed doubles table tennis competition in Birmingham, giving Sharath Kamal his sixth gold medal from the Commonwealth Games. Sharath Kamal won a third medal at the Birmingham Games, which are still going on.

Sharath Kamal increased his overall medal total to 12 and increased his CWG gold medal total to 6. The 40-year-old partnered with G Sathiyan to win Silver in the men's doubles competition earlier on Sunday after leading India to their defensethedefense of the men's team gold title earlier in the week in Birmingham.

The Indian hockey team was undoubtedly mistreated by the clock error in their semi-final game, but on that specific day, they were able to earn Bronze, which was a fantastic way to begin the day.

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