Gold Coast: Anish Bhanwala, a boy aged 15, trumped the men standing in his way to become India's youngest-ever gold medallist at the Commonwealth Games after Tejaswini Sawant added another yellow metal to her decorated CWG resume, here Friday.
The trail-blazer, known in India as "Magnificent Mary", celebrated with a victory parade on her coach's shoulders and she had tears in her eyes afterwards.
Vandana took the field with bandage on her forehead and immediately made an impact as India got three back-to-back penalty corners.
"To celebrate I'm going to sing to God".
Anish entered the six-man final having topped the second stage of qualification with a total score of 580 that had 22 central bulls.
"I was under pressure", she said.
"I was still confident and not feeling the tension that I was losing". She won a silver in the event on April 11.
The first Commonwealth Games women's rugby sevens tournament gets underway at Robina Stadium and there are semi-finals in boxing and medals in wrestling and shooting. She defeated Joseph Tiako of Cameroon 11-5 in the semi-finals.
Bajrang needed only around two minutes to overpower Kane Charig of Wales by technical superiority.
Hockey: Indian men's hockey team will play their semifinal match against New Zealand and a win here will assure them a silver medal.
"When the Commonwealth Games Federation says no tolerance, the Commonwealth Games Federation means no tolerance", federation president Loiuse Martin said.
Lartey himself would personally be disappointed by what some analysts have described as a controversial loss given that he was already assured of a bronze medal heading into the 64-kilogramme welterweight division clash against Canadian Thomas Blumenfeld at the Oxenford Studios. Bajrang overpowered Vincent De Marinis of Canada in the semi-finals.
Australia has extended its lead on the Commonwealth Games medal table even further after Day Nine of the competition, with more than double the Gold medals of our next-best rival England.
Cyprus' Alexios Kaouslidis registered a 2-1 win over Nigeria's Soso Tamarau in the first bronze medal match. New Zealand earned their first penalty corner in the second quarter but PR Sreejesh thwarted the attempt, saving the team from conceding a 0-3 lead.