While You Were Asleep: Seema Punia finishes 5th, Indian mixed badminton win silver

Sima Bonya, a 39-year-old discus thrower, finished fifth with a best attempt of 55.92 metres. This is the first time the 4-time CWG medalist has not finished on the podium since taking silver in Melbourne in 2006. 2018 bronze medalist Navaget Coeur Delon finished eighth with a maximum effort of 53.51 metres.

Disk launcher Sima Bonya. (Twitter)

Indian mixed badminton wins silver:

The Indian badminton team played brilliantly in the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The mixed badminton team dominated the court and ended up winning the silver medal as India lost 3-1 to Malaysia. Srikanth lost the match against Ng Tze Yong with a score of 21-19, 6-21, 21-16.

“I definitely wanted to win the gold. We were playing as a strong team, and we needed to be consistent. I really wanted to contribute one point to India’s victory. It’s been a while since I lost the team match, but unfortunately I couldn’t win today,” Srikanth said. Later.

Meanwhile, in Chennai, chess magicians from all over the world gathered to participate in the Chess Olympiad. From Magnus Carlsen, who entered like a god, to the love of R Praggnanandhaa’s hometown, everyone is there. There’s also our very own Sandip G, who weaves poetic prose with insights into some of the players’ incredible life stories and tactical gameplay. Never miss a beat, so you don’t miss the importance of any movement. Excuse me Click here for Sandip G . stories

Shivani Naik jogs around the Broome grounds in Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games. As the Promise family says, his features are “swaying” (cool!). As always, some great stories flow from the lives of inspirational athletes into how they do what they do in their sport. Do you know how a girl born in China made it to Canada to become a gold medalist? Or the hysteria about Mirabai Chanu in games. Watch the CWG drama unfold through Shivani’s eyes and wisdom, click here

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