CWG 2014: India's medal winners on day 9 (July 31)

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CWG 2014: India's medal winners on day 9
Glasgow, Aug 1: Wrestlers Yogeshwar Dutt, Babita Kumari and discus thrower Vikas Gowda clinched gold for India at the Commonwealth Games here on Thursday (July 31).

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On the 9th day of the Games, India bagged 6 medals. Dipa Karmakar created history by becoming the first Indian gymnast to bag a medal at Commonwealth Games. She took bronze in artistic gymnastics vault event.

Vikas Gowda won gold in discus throw to join the legendary Milkha Singh with this achievement. Gowda is India's second male athlete to win a gold at the Commonwealth Games after Milkha won the 440 yard gold way back in 1958 at Cardiff.

India now has 47 medals and moved one place up, to fifth in the standings. In CWG 2010 at New Delhi, India won a record 101 medals (38 Gold, 27 Silver, 36 Bronze).

India's medal winners (6) on Thursday (July 31) - Total 47 (13 Gold, 20 Silver, 14 Bronze)


Gold - 3

  • Yogeshwar Dutt - Men's wrestling, 65 kg freestyle
  • Babita Kumari - Women's wrestling, 55 kg freestyle
  • Vikas Gowda - Men's discus throw

Silver - 1

  • Geetika Jhakar - Women's wrestling, 63 kg freestyle

Bronze - 2

  • Pawan Kumar - Men's wrestling, 86 kg freestyle
  • Dipa Karmakar - Women's artistic gymnastics

Medal winners (5) on Wednesday (July 30) - Total 41 (10 Gold, 19 Silver, 12 Bronze)


Silver - 4

  • Satyawart Kadian - Men's wrestling, 97 kg freestyle
  • Bajrang - Men's wrestling, 61 kg
  • Lalita Sehrawat - Women's wrestling, 53 kg
  • Sakshi Malik - Women's wrestling, 58 kg

Bronze - 1

  • Navjot Kaur - Women's wrestling, 69 kg

Medal winners (10) on Tuesday (July 29) - Total 36 (10 Gold, 15 Silver, 11 Bronze)


Gold - 3

  • Sushil Kumar - Men's wrestling, 75 kg
  • Amit Kumar - Men's wrestling, 57 kg
  • Vinesh Phogat - Women's wrestling, 48 kg

Silver - 3

  • Sanjeev Rajput - Men's shooting, 50m Rifle 3 Positions
  • Harpreet Singh - Men's shooting, 25m Rapid Fire Pistol 
  • Rajeev Tomar - Men's wrestling, 125 kg

Bronze - 4

  • Gagan Narang - Men's shooting, 50m Rifle 3 Positions
  • Manavjit Singh Sandhu - Men's shooting, Trap
  • Lajja Gauswami - Women's shooting, 50m Rifle 3 Positions
  • Chandrakant Mali - Men's weightlifting, 94 kg

Medal winners (4) on Monday (July 28) - Total 26 (7 Gold, 12 Silver, 7 Bronze)


Gold - 1

  • Jitu Rai - Men's shooting, 50m Pistol

Silver - 3

  • Gurpal Singh - Men's shooting, 50m Pistol
  • Gagan Narang - Men's shooting, 50m Rifle Prone
  • Vikas Thakur - Men's weightlifting, 85 kg

Medal winners (5) on Sunday (July 27) - Total 22 (6 Gold, 9 Silver, 7 Bronze)


Gold - 1

  • Satish Sivalingam - Men's weightlifting, 77 kg

Silver - 2

  • Shreyasi Singh - Women's shooting, double trap
  • Ravi Katulu - Men's weightlifting, 77 kg

Bronze - 2

  • Mohammed Asab - Men's shooting, double trap
  • Punam Yadav - Women's weightlifting, 63 kg

Medal winners (7) on Saturday (July 26) - Total 17 (5 Gold, 7 Silver, 5 Bronze)


Gold - 2

  • Apurvi Chandela - Women's shooting, 10m Air Rifle
  • Rahi Sarnobat - Women's shooting, 25m Pistol

Silver - 3

  • Prakash Nanjappa - Men's shooting, 10m Air Pistol
  • Ayonika Paul - Women's shooting, 10m Air Rifle
  • Anisa Sayeed - Women's shooting, 25m Pistol

Bronze - 2

  • Rajwinder Kaur - Women's +78 kg judo
  • Omkar Otari - Men's 69 kg Weightlifting

Medal winners (3) on day 3 (July 25) - Total 10 (3 Gold, 4 Silver, 3 Bronze)


Gold - 1

  • Abhinav Bindra - Men's 10m Air Rifle shooting

Silver - 1

  • Malaika Goel - Women's 10m Air Pistol shooting

Bronze - 1

  • Santoshi Matsa - Women's 53 kg category in weightlifting

Medal winners (7) from day 2 (July 24) (2 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze)


Gold - 2

  • K Sanjita Chanu - Women's weightlifting 48 kg category (Total lift - 173 kgs, 77+96)
  • Sukhen Dey - Men's weightlifting 56 kg category (Total lift - 248 kg, 109+139)

Silver - 3

  • S Mirabai Chanu - Women's weightlifting 48 kg category (Total lift - 170 kg, 75+95)
  • Navjot Chana - Men's judo 60 kg (lost to Ashley McKenzie of England on penalty points (shido) in the final)
  • Shushila Likmabam - Women's judo 48 kg (lost to Kimberly Renicks of Scotland in the final)

Bronze - 2

  • Kalpana Thoudam - Women's judo 52 kg (beat Christianne Legentil of Mauritius. Bronze for Thoudam for conceding lesser penalty points)
  • Ganesh Mali - Men's weightlifting 56 kg (Total lift 244 kg, 111+133)

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