Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 2 Live Updates: Mirabai Chanu Wins Gold In Weightlifting
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India in Commonwealth Games 2022 Birmingham Day 2 Live Updates

India had a good start to the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham as Indian badminton team defeated Pakistan 5-0. Indian badminton stars PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth won secured easy wins in their matches. The Indian women’s table tennis team secured an easy 3-0 victory vs South Africa, and then beat Fiji 3-0. In boxing, Shiva Thapa won his men’s 63.5kg Round of 32 bout against Pakistan’s Suleman Baloch. Meanwhile, the Indian women’s hockey team beat Ghana 5-0 win. India women also had a good cricket match with Australia women but they lost by 3 wickets.

On Day 2, India have many events lined up in badminton, hockey and athletics but all eyes will be on Tokyo Olympic silver medal winner Mirabai Chanu.

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Schedule Day 2 (Evening)

4:03 PM: Cycling – Mayuri Lute and Triyashi Paul in Women’s Sprint (Subject to Qualification)

4:15 PM: Weightlifting – Guru Raja in Men’s 61kg category final

4:30 PM: Table Tennis – Men’s team vs Northern Island Group 3

4:36 PM: Cycling – Mayuri Lute and Triyashi Paul in Women’s Sprint Quarterfinal (Subject to Qualification)

4:52 PM: Cycling – Vishwajeet/Dinesh in Men’s 400M Individual Pursuit Qualification

5:00 PM: Boxing – Hussanmuddin Mohammed (IND) vs Amzolee (SA) in 54-57kg weight category (Round of 32)

5:00 PM: Squash – Ramit Tandon and Saurav Ghosal in men’s singles round of 32; Joshna Chinappa and Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla in women’s singles round of 32.

5:45 PM: Squash – Joshna Chinappa vs Meagan Best Women’s singles Round of 32

5:45 PM: Squash – Sunayna Kuruvila vs Aifa Azman Women’s singles Round of 32

6:15 PM: Squash – Saurav Ghoshal vs Shami Wakeel Men’s singles Round of 32

7:30 PM: Lawn Bowls – Men’s team Pairs Sectional Play Round 3 vs Cook Islands

8:00 PM: Weightlifting – Saikhom Mirabai Chanu in women’s 49kg category

8:30 PM: Table Tennis – Women’s team quarterfinal

8:30 PM (onwards): Cycling – Esow Alben in Men’s Keirin first round

8:30 PM (onwards): India vs Northern Island in Men’s Table Tennis quarterfinal

9:00 PM: Gymnastics – Pranati Nayak, Ruthuja Nataraj and Protishta Samanta in Women’s team final and Individual qualification subdivision 3

10:30 PM: Lawn Bowls – Women’s team Fours Sectional Play Round 3 vs Canada.

11:30 PM: Badminton – India in Mixed Team Group A tie against Australia

11:30 PM: Hockey – India vs Wales in Women’s Pool A

12:00 AM: Boxing – Lovlina Borgohain vs N Ariane in Round 1 of 70kg category

12:13 AM: Swimming – Kushagra Rawat 200M Freestyle Final

12:30 AM: Weightlifting – Bindyarani Devi in Women’s 55 kg final

1:00 AM: Boxing – Sanjeet vs PF Ato Leau in Round 1of 92kg category

1:35 AM: Swimming – Srihari Nataraj Men’s 100M Backstroke final

Live Updates

  • 12:19 AM IST

    CWG 2022 Day 2 LIVE updates: Lovlina Borgohain starts the CWG campaign with a win over Araine Nicholson

  • 11:24 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Day 2 LIVE updates: Manika Batra goes down 11-6, 11-3, 11-9 against Karen Lyne. It’s 4-4 between India and Malaysia

  • 11:08 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Sreeja Akula wins; India takes 2-1 lead in the Women’s TT Quarterfinal. Akula defeated Chang 11-6, 11-6, 11-9. Manika Batra will be up against Karen Lyne in singles next and if she wins, India will progress to the semi final.

  • 10:28 PM IST

    Chanu, who had won the gold four years ago in Gold Coast, successfully defended her title by lifting 201kgs (88kg in snatch and 113kg in clean and jerk), which is a new game record.

  • 10:21 PM IST

    Mirabai Chanu wins Gold For India

  • 9:51 PM IST

    Manika Batra leads 2-1 in the single’s tie against Malaysia’s Ying

  • 9:21 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Mirabai Chanu is leading the women’s 49kg weightlifting event. WOW!

  • 9:18 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Chanu’s second attempt saw her set a new Commonwealth Games record.

  • 9:17 PM IST

    WG 2022 Live Updates: India’s star weightlifter Mirabai Chanu lifts 84kg (snatch) in her 1st attempt in the women’s 49kg event and then lifts 88Kg in her second attempt. However, she fails to lift 90Kg in her third attempt

  • 9:04 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates:India are 0-2 down in the Women’s Team – Quarter-Final 4. They lost the first game 7-11 and second game 11-6 to Malaysia

  • 8:41 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Indian TT team, who won all their group-stage matches by a margin of 3-0, will be playing quarterfinal against Malaysia. Indian team has Manika Batra, Sreeja Akula, Reeth Tennison. The tie will begin with a doubles match followed by four singles matches.

  • 7:47 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: India so far has had a terrific day. They have attained positive results in almost all events, except cycling. They have already bagged two medals in weightlifting, one silver and one bronze, however, the day can get better if Tokyo Olympics Silver winner Mirabai Chanu can bag a gold. Mirabai Chanu will be competing in the women’s 49kg weightlifting event. Her event will start at 8:00 pm IST

  • 7:34 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Saurav Ghosal picks up a 3-0 win over Sri Lanka’s Shamil Wakeel in the men’s singles round of 32 squash event.

  • 7:00 PM IST
    CWG Day 2 Updates: The men’s table tennis team defeats Northern Ireland 3-0. Harmeet Desai’s 3-2 win in the final match of the round sealed India’s 3-0 sweep.

    Earlier, Sharath Kamal Achanta and Desai secured a 3-1 win over J Skelton and Cathcart. In the second match Sanil Shetty defeated Paul Mccreery 3-0.
  • 6:36 PM IST

    CWG Day 2 Updates: Gururaja Poojary won bronze in the 2018 Commonwealth and has won bronze in 2022 as well. India have two medals now in weightlifting. Earlier, Sanket Sagar won Silver in the 55 kg category

  • 6:15 PM IST

    Gururaja Poojary wins BRONZE in the 61kg event for India’s second medal in Birmingham. He lifts 151kg lift to finish with 269kgs and gave India it’s second medal.

  • 6:03 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live Updates: Gururaja Poojary successfully lifts 151kg in clean and jerk in his third attempt, medal confirmed.

  • 5:45 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Updates: India are 2-0 up against Northern Ireland in table tennis after Sanil Shetty and pair of Sharath Kamal-Harmeet Desai won their matches

  • 5:43 PM IST

    Just In: India midfielder Navjot Kaur’s campaign is set to fly back home after testing positive for Covid-19.

  • 5:32 PM IST

    CWG day 2 Updates: India’s Mohammad Hussamuddin beats Amzolele Dyeyi of South Africa in the men’s featherweight (54-57kg) category to move into round of 16. He won all three rounds comprehensively and was declared the winner on Unanimous Decision. Hussamuddin won bronze in 2018 CWG.

  • 5:12 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live, Day 2:: Gururaja Poojary lifts 115 kg snatch in the first attempt and lifts 118 kg in the second attempt.

  • 5:00 PM IST
    CWG 2022 Live, Day 2: Badminton – India have clean swept Sri Lanka 5-0 in the mixed team event. Gayatri Gopichand & Treesa Jolly beat Srilanka’s Vidara Vidanage & Thilini Hendaweha 21-18, 21-6
  • 4:52 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live, Day 2: Weightlifting – Gururaja Poojary Eyes India’s Second Medal. He had won a silver medal in 56 kg category in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Can he bag another medal today?

  • 4:50 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Live, Day 2: Men’s marathon final – Nitendra Singh Rawat finishes 12th. He clocks 2:19:22.

  • 4:38 PM IST

  • 4:30 PM IST
    CWG 2022 Day 2 Updates: After Sanket’s, Gururaja Poojary will be aiming for a medal in the 61 kg category. Poojary had won a silver in the men’s 56 kg weight class at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
  • 4:14 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Day 2 Updates: Straight Set win for India in mixed team Badminton. Sumeeth Reddy & Chirag Shetty beat Sri Lanka’s Sachin Dias & Dumindu Abeywickrama of Sri Lanka 21-10, 21-13.

  • 4:04 PM IST

  • 4:00 PM IST

    CWG 2022 Day 2 Updates: India have got their first medal in CWG 2022 as Sanket Sargar has won a silver in men’s 55kg weightlifting event. He lifted a total of 248kg (113 snatch, 135 clean & jerk) to take the second spot. niq Kasdan of Malaysia lifted 249kg and won the gold medal. The bronze medal went to Dilanka Yodage of Sri Lanka with a total lift of 225kg.