Judo CWG 2022 Sushil Devi Confirms Medal For India In Commonwealth Games Three Players to Appear in Bronze Medal match

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Sushila Devi during judo match

Judo CWG 2022: Monday 1st August has been a good day for Indian Judo players. India’s Sushila Devi has ensured the country’s first medal in judo. She defeated top seed Priscilla Morand of Mauritius in the semi-finals of the 48kg category. Now she will stake claim for gold. In the final, Sushila will face Michaela Whiteboi of South Africa. Apart from him, three players; In 60kg men’s category, Vijay Singh, in women’s Suchika Tarial (57Kg), Jasleen Saini (66Kg) will enter the bronze medal match of the Rapchase.

What will be the color of Sushila Devi’s medal will now be decided in the final match. This will be India’s 8th medal at present. Earlier, India has won 6 medals in weightlifting so far and the 7th medal has been confirmed by the lawn ball team by reaching the final on Monday itself. So far, three gold medals for India have been won by weightlifters Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achint Shivali. Whereas Sanket Sargar and Bindyarani Devi won silver medals. On the other hand, Gururaj Pujari won the bronze medal.

Sushila Devi is the contender for gold

Earlier, Sushila Devi had made it to the semi-finals by defeating Malawi’s Harriet Bonface in the quarterfinal match. Significantly, Sushila Devi is the first Indian woman to win a medal for India in judo at the Commonwealth Games. He also won a silver medal for India in the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Sushila can now win silver at least this time, although if she looks closely at her performance, she is a strong contender for gold.

Boxers also did wonders

Talking about the other updates of the fourth day, Mohammad Husamuddin has made it to the quarterfinals for India in the 57 kg category. He defeated Salim Hossain of Bangladesh 5-0. Earlier, in the 51 kg category, Amit Panghal had also secured a place in the last-8. On the other hand, Ajay Singh of India was disappointed in weightlifting today and he is in fourth place by just a kilo behind. The lawn ball team also made it to the final with a historic win.

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