India @ CWG, Day 6

Published 07/29/2014, 4:19 AM EDT


Having gone to the 7th spot in the medal tally, Indian athletes will look to consolidate their position on Day 6. Here’s the schedule for the day

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SHOOTING:

1 pm: Men’s 50m Rifle 3 position: Gagan Narang would aim for his 10th gold at CWG. Sanjeev Rajput also features in the event.

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4.45 pm: Lajja Gauswami and Elizabeth Koshy feature in Women’s 50m Rifle 3 position event.

HOCKEY: Indian Men take on Australia in the pool match @ 2 pm

LAWN BOWLS:

1.15 pm: Women’s Pairs- Section B, Round 2, Match 3 versus Kenya

4.15 pm: Women’s Triples- Section A, Round 3, Match 1 versus Australia. Men’s Fours- Section B, Round 3, Match 3 versus Namibia

8.15 pm: Men’s Singles- Section B, Round 3, versus  Ryan Bester of Canada. Women’s Pairs- Section B, Round 3, Match 1 versus New Zealand

11.15 pm: Men’s Fours- Section B, Round 4, Match 2, versus Canada

BOXING:

6.25 pm: Sarita Devi v Kehinde Obareh( Nigeria), Round of 16, Woman’s 57-60 kg

11.20 pm: 2010 CWG Gold Medallist Manoj Kumar faces Samuel Maxwell of England in Q/F in 64 kg category.

11.55 pm: Sumit Sangwan v David Nyika(New Zealand), Q/F Men’s 81 Kg category

12.20 am: Pooja Rani v Savannah Marshall(England), Round of 16, Women’s 75 kg category

BADMINTON:

6 pm: Men’s Singles-RMV Gurusaidutt v Ll Benjamin Oui Hun (Isle of Man), Round of 64

11 pm: Men’s Singles- K Srikanth v Duane March(SHN), Round of 64

GYMNASTICS ARTISTIC:

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3.30 pm: Women’s Team Final & Individual Q/F – Auna Reddy, Pranti Das, Rucha Diveker Sachin, Dipa Karmakr, Pranati Nayak feature in the event.

 

 

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Gurkirat Singh Gill

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A sports enthusiast since 2003 with my first experience of connecting with sports being the Cricket World Cup 2003. Studying Engineering in Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, University of Delhi, but pretty sure will not become an Engineer.

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