India's medal count continues at the CWG2022. On day 6 of the Commonwealth Games, India secured five medals and assured another three medals. With this, India won a total of 18 medals, including 5 gold, 6 silver, and 7 bronze.
In judo, Tulika Maan earned a silver medal after losing to Sarah Adlington of Scotland in the +78kg final.
Congratulations👏🏻 Tulika Maan!— RajyavardhanRathore (@Ra_THORe) August 3, 2022
You won the hearts with this silver medal 🥈 in Judo at #CWG2022.
This win is a result of your persistence & dedication, keep Shining. We are proud of you. Best wishes for your future endeavours.#Cheer4India #TeamIndia#YuvaShakti #India4CWG2022 pic.twitter.com/Zy9jJn0Dsd
Saurav Ghosal defeated England's James Willstrop in the men's singles squash to claim India's first singles medal at the CWG. He won the bronze medal.
Congratulations to @SauravGhosal for creating history!— RajyavardhanRathore (@Ra_THORe) August 3, 2022
You have made the country proud with this first ever singles medal 🥉win at #CommonWealthGames in squash.
Your success will inspire youth to take up sports. Best wishes.#Cheer4India #TeamIndia#YuvaShakti #India4CWG2022 pic.twitter.com/MI0Dut7Bju
Tejaswin Shankar, a high jumper, won a bronze in athletics. This is India's first high jump medal in the CWG.
Winning a Medal in high jump is very rare but @TejaswinShankar becomes the 1st ever Indian to win a high jump medal at the #Commonwealthgames with a solid jump of 2.22 meter at the @birminghamcg22 #Cheer4India #India4CWG2022 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/mA6W1PTL6d— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) August 4, 2022
Lovepreet Singh and Gurdeep Singh won bronze medals in the men's 109 kg and 109+ kg weightlifting divisions, respectively.
Boxers Nikhat Zareen (50 kg), Nitu Ghanghas (48 kg), and Hussam Uddin Mohammed (57 kg) reached the semi-finals, ensuring India three more medals.
On the other hand, Olympic boxer Lovlina Borgohain lost in the quarter-finals of the light middleweight division, while Ashish Kumar lost in the quarter-finals of the light heavyweight division.