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India at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

India hosted the 2010 Commonwealth Games which were held in Delhi from 3 to 14 October 2010. India won 101 medals in total, including 38 Gold medals, enabling it to finish the Games at second position behind Australia. For the first time in the history of the Games India won over 100 medals in total. For the first time in the history of the Games, India won a medal in Gymnastics, where Ashish Kumar won a Silver and a Bronze. And it was after a gap of 52 years that India won a Gold in Athletics when Krishna Poonia won Gold in Women's discus throw and when Geeta Phogat won India's first ever gold medal in women's wrestling.

India at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
Flag of India.svg
CGF code IND
CGA Indian Olympic Association
Website olympic.ind.in
in Delhi, India
Competitors 619
Flag bearer Opening: Abhinav Bindra[1]
Closing: Gagan Narang
Medals
Ranked 2[2]th
Gold Silver Bronze Total
38 27 36 101
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)
British Empire Games
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
British Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games

Contents

Medals SummaryEdit

Medals by sport
Sport       Total
Shooting 14 11 5 30
Wrestling 10 5 4 19
Archery 3 1 4 8
Boxing 3 0 4 7
Athletics 2 3 7 12
Weightlifting 2 2 4 8
Badminton 2 1 1 4
Table tennis 1 1 3 5
Tennis 1 1 2 4
Gymnastics 0 1 1 2
Hockey 0 1 0 1
Aquatics 0 0 1 1
Cycling 0 0 0 0
Lawn bowls 0 0 0 0
Netball 0 0 0 0
Rugby sevens 0 0 0 0
Squash 0 0 0 0
Total 38 27 36 101
Medals by date
Day Date       Total
Day 1 4th 0 2 2 4
Day 2 5th 5 2 0 7
Day 3 6th 6 4 3 13
Day 4 7th 3 3 4 10
Day 5 8th 6 5 3 14
Day 6 9th 4 1 5 10
Day 7 10th 5 5 5 15
Day 8 11th 1 1 6 8
Day 9 12th 2 2 4 8
Day 10 13th 4 1 2 7
Day 11 14th 2 1 2 5
Total 38 27 36 101
Multiple medalists
Name Sport       Total
Gagan Narang Shooting 4 0 0 4
Omkar Singh Shooting 3 1 0 4
Vijay Kumar Shooting 3 1 0 4
Gurpreet Singh Shooting 2 0 1 3
Achanta Sharath Kamal Table Tennis 1 0 2 3
Anisa Sayyed Shooting 2 0 0 2
Deepika Kumari Archery 2 0 0 2
Harpreet Singh Shooting 2 0 0 2
Abhinav Bindra Shooting 1 1 0 2
Rahi Sarnobat Shooting 1 1 0 2
Heena Sidhu Shooting 1 1 0 2
Saina Nehwal Badminton 1 1 0 2
Jwala Gutta Badminton 1 1 0 2
Ashwini Ponnappa Badminton 1 1 0 2
Rahul Banerjee Archery 1 0 1 2
Dola Banerjee Archery 1 0 1 2
Tejaswini Sawant Shooting 0 2 1 3
Ronjan Sodhi Shooting 0 2 0 2
Manavjit Singh Sandhu Shooting 0 1 1 2
Sania Mirza Tennis 0 1 1 2
Ashish Kumar Gymnastics 0 1 1 2
Parupalli Kashyap Badminton 0 1 1 2
Poulomi Ghatak Table Tennis 0 1 1 2
Mouma Das Table Tennis 0 1 1 2
Samresh Jung Shooting 0 1 1 2
Jayanta Talukdar Archery 0 0 2 2

MedalistsEdit

Gold MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event Date
  Gold Abhinav Bindra & Gagan Narang Shooting Men's 10m Air Rifle (Pairs) 5 October
  Gold Anisa Sayyed & Rahi Sarnobat Shooting Women's 25m Pistol (Pairs) 5 October
  Gold Ravinder Singh Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 60 kg 5 October
  Gold Anil Kumar Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 96 kg 5 October
  Gold Sanjay Kumar Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 74 kg 5 October
  Gold Yumnam Renubala Chanu Weightlifting Women's 58kg 6 October
  Gold Katulu Ravi Kumar Weightlifting Men's 69kg 6 October
  Gold Anisa Sayyed Shooting Women's 25m Pistol (Single) 6 October
  Gold Omkar Singh Shooting Men's 50m Pistol Individual 6 October
  Gold Rajender Kumar Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 55 kg 6 October
  Gold Gagan Narang Shooting Men's 10m Air Rifle Individual 6 October
  Gold Vijay Kumar & Gurpreet Singh Shooting Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (Pairs) 7 October
  Gold Omkar Singh & Gurpreet Singh Shooting Men's 10m Air Pistol (Pairs) 7 October
  Gold Geeta Phogat Wrestling Women's freestyle 55 kg 7 October
  Gold Alka Tomar Wrestling Women's freestyle 59 kg 8 October
  Gold Anita Sheoran Wrestling Women's freestyle 67 kg 8 October
  Gold Deepika Kumari, Dola Banerjee & Bombayala Devi Laishram Archery Women's recurve team 8 October
  Gold Omkar Singh Shooting Men's 10m Air Pistol (Singles) 8 October
  Gold Gagan Narang & Imran Hassan Khan Shooting Men's 50m Air Rifle 3 Position (Pairs) 8 October
  Gold Vijay Kumar Shooting Men's 25m Rapid Fire pistol Individual 8 October
  Gold Vijay Kumar & Harpreet Singh Shooting Men's 25m centre fire pistol (Pairs) 9 October
  Gold Gagan Narang Shooting Men's 50m Rifle 3 Pos Individual 9 October
  Gold Narsingh Pancham Yadav Wrestling Men's freestyle 74 kg 9 October
  Gold Yogeshwar Dutt Wrestling Men's freestyle 60 kg 9 October
  Gold Deepika Kumari Archery Women's recurve individual 10 October
  Gold Harpreet Singh Shooting Men's 25m centre fire pistol Individual 10 October
  Gold Rahul Banerjee Archery Men's recurve individual 10 October
  Gold Sushil Kumar Wrestling Men's freestyle 66 kg 10 October
  Gold Somdev Devvarman Tennis Men's Singles 10 October
  Gold Krishna Poonia Athletics Women's Discus Throw 11 October
  Gold Heena Sidhu & Annu Raj Singh Shooting Women's 10m Air Pistol (Pairs) 12 October
  Gold Manjeet Kaur, Sini Jose, Ashwini Akkunji & Mandeep Kaur Athletics Women's 4 × 400 m (Relay) 12 October
  Gold Subhajit Saha & Achanta Sharath Kamal Table Tennis Men's doubles 13 October
  Gold Manoj Kumar Boxing Men's Light Welterweight 64 kg 13 October
  Gold Suranjoy Singh Boxing Men's Flyweight 52 kg 13 October
  Gold Paramjeet Samota Boxing Men's Light Super heavyweight +91 kg 13 October
  Gold Ashwini Ponnappa & Jwala Gutta Badminton Women's Doubles 14 October
  Gold Saina Nehwal Badminton Women's Singles 14 October

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Silver MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event Date
  Silver Ngangbam Soniya Chanu Weightlifting Women's 48kg 4 October
  Silver Sukhen Dey Weightlifting Men's 56kg 4 October
  Silver Omkar Singh & Deepak Sharma Shooting Men's 50m Pistol (Pairs) 5 October
  Silver Tejaswini Sawant & Lajjakumari Gauswami Shooting Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions (Pairs) 5 October
  Silver Nishan Singh Gill Shooting Women's 25m Pistol (Single) 6 October
  Silver Abhinav Bindra Shooting Men's 10m Air Rifle (Singles) 6 October
  Silver Asher Noria & Ronjan Sodhi Shooting Men's Double trap (Pairs) 6 October
  Silver Manoj Kumar Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 84 kg 6 October
  Silver Ritul Chatterjee, Jignas Chittibomma & Chinna Raju Srither Archery Men's compound team 7 October
  Silver Ronjan Sodhi Shooting Men's Double trap Individual 7 October
  Silver Nirmala Devi Wrestling Women's freestyle 48 kg 7 October
  Silver Ashish Kumar Gymnastics Men's Vault 8 October
  Silver Manavjit Singh Sandhu & Mansher Singh Shooting Men's Trap (Pairs) 8 October
  Silver Babita Kumari Wrestling Women's freestyle 51 kg 8 October
  Silver Mouma Das, Poulomi Ghatak & Shamini Kumaresan Table Tennis Women's team 8 October
  Silver Badminton Mixed Team Badminton Mixed team 8 October
  Silver Sania Mirza Tennis Women's singles 9 October
  Silver Vijay Kumar Shooting Men's 25m centre fire pistol Individual 10 October
  Silver Anuj Kumar Wrestling Men's freestyle 84 kg 10 October
  Silver Joginder Kumar Wrestling Men's freestyle 120 kg 10 October
  Silver Vikas Shive Gowda Athletics Men's Discus Throw 10 October
  Silver Prajusha Maliakkal Athletics Women's Long Jump 10 October
  Silver Harwant Kaur Athletics Women's Discus Throw 11 October
  Silver Tejaswini Sawant Shooting Women's 50m Rifle Prone (Singles) 12 October
  Silver Samresh Jung & Chandrasekhar Chaudhary Shooting Men's 25m Standard Pistol (Pairs) 12 October
  Silver Heena Sidhu Shooting Women's 10m Air Pistol (Singles) 13 October
  Silver Men's Hockey Team Hockey Men's Hockey 14 October

Bronze MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Event Date
  Bronze Atom Sandhya Rani Devi Weightlifting Women's 48kg 4 October
  Bronze Valluri Srinivasa Rao Weightlifting Men's 56kg 4 October
  Bronze Sunil Kumar Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 66 kg 6 October
  Bronze Dharmender Dalal Wrestling Men's Greco-Roman 120 kg 6 October
  Bronze Prasanta Karmakar Swimming Men's 50 m freestyle Para 6 October
  Bronze Bheigyabati Chanu, Jhano Hansdah & Gagandeep Kaur Archery Women's compound team 7 October
  Bronze Ashish Kumar Gymnastics Men's Floor 7 October
  Bronze Sudhir Kumar Weightlifting Men's 77kg 7 October
  Bronze Suman Kundu Wrestling Women's freestyle 63kg 7 October
  Bronze Rahul Banerjee, Tarundeep Rai & Jayanta Talukdar Archery Men's recurve team 8 October
  Bronze Gurpreet Singh Shooting Men's 25m rapid fire pistol Individual 8 October
  Bronze Kavita Raut Athletics Women's 10,000m 8 October
  Bronze Harminder Singh Athletics Men's 20 kilometres walk 9 October
  Bronze Suma Shirur & Kavita Yadav Shooting Women's 10 m Air Rifle (Pairs) 9 October
  Bronze Sharath Kamal Achanta, Anthony Amalraj & Abhishek Ravichandran Table Tennis Men's team 9 October
  Bronze Laishram Monika Devi Weightlifting Women's 75kg 9 October
  Bronze Leander Paes & Mahesh Bhupati Tennis Tennis Men's Double 9 October
  Bronze Dola Banerjee Archery Women's recurve individual 10 October
  Bronze Jayanta Talukdar Archery Men's recurve individual 10 October
  Bronze Manavjit Singh Sandhu Shooting Men's Trap Individual 10 October
  Bronze Sheetal Chandra Wrestling Men's freestyle 55 kg 10 October
  Bronze Sania Mirza & Rushmi Chakravarthi Tennis Tennis Women's Doubles 10 October
  Bronze Tejaswini Sawant & Meena Kumari Shooting Women's 50 metre rifle prone pairs 11 October
  Bronze Seema Antil Athletics Women's Discus Throw 11 October
  Bronze Amandeep Singh Boxing Men's Light Flyweight 49 kg 11 October
  Bronze Jai Bhagwan Boxing Men's Lightweight 60 kg 11 October
  Bronze Dilbagh Singh Boxing Men's Welterweight 69 kg 11 October
  Bronze Vijender Singh Boxing Men's Welterweight 75 kg 11 October
  Bronze Sathi Geetha, Srabani Nanda, Priya PK & Jyothi Manjunath Athletics Women's 4 × 100 m (Relay) 12 October
  Bronze Rahamatulla Molla, Suresh Sathya, Shameer Manzile & Mohd. Abdul Najeeb Qureshi Athletics Men's 4 × 100 m (Relay) 12 October
  Bronze Renjith Maheswary Athletics Men's Triple Jump 12 October
  Bronze Kashinath Naik Athletics Men's Javelin Throw 12 October
  Bronze Samresh Jung Shooting Men's 25m Standard Pistol Singles 13 October
  Bronze Parupalli Kashyap Badminton Men's Singles 13 October
  Bronze Mouma Das and Poulomi Ghatak Table Tennis Women's Doubles 14 October
  Bronze Achanta Sharath Kamal Table Tennis Men's Singles 14 October

Archery pictogram.svg ArcheryEdit

India sent 12 archers to the 2010 commonwealth games Delhi.[6]

MenEdit

Archer(s) Event Qualification Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Score Seed Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Jayanta Talukdar Recurve individual 676 2   Konstantinos Loizou (CYP)
W 58:53
  Constanti Christodoulou (CYP)
W 54:51
  Simon Terry (ENG)
W 6–2 28–27 27–25 26–26 28–28
  Jason Lyon (CAN)
L 0–6 25–29 23–28 27–29
  Matthew Gray (AUS)
W 6–4 30–29 27–27 25–27 29–28 26–26
 
Rahul Banerjee Recurve individual 679 1   Terence Coward (JER)
W 57:41
  Shiek Sojeb (BAN)
W 58:53
  Mathew Masonwells (AUS)
W 6–5 (T10-T9) 26–27 29–26 29–27 28–30 24–24
  Matthew Gray (AUS)
W 6–5 (T8-T7) 25–22 27–29 27–26 27–29 26–26
  Jason Lyon (CAN)
W 6–5 (T9-T8) 27–27 27–29 28–29 28–26 27–26
 
Tarundeep Rai Recurve individual 647 13   Karl Watson (NIR)
W 52:51
  Chu Cheng (MAS)
L 53:58
C. R. Srither Compound individual 691 18   Dimitris Vasileiou (CYP)
W
  Anthony Waddick (NZL)
L
C. H. Jignas Compound individual 693 17   Samsu Uddin (BAN)
W
  Alistair Whittingham (SCO)
W
  Holtzhausen Cilliers (RSA)
L
Ritul Chatterjee Compound individual 685 21   Jules Cornet (MRI)
L
Jayanta Talukdar
Rahul Banerjee
Tarundeep Rai
Team recurve 6   Senevirathne Nipun
Indranath Perera
Lakmal Chamin Rajasinghe (SRI)
W 213:205
  Matthew Gray
Mat Masonwells
Taylor Worth (AUS)
L 211:216
  Larry Godfrey
Simon Duncan Terry
Alan James Wills (ENG)
W 221:218
 
C. R. Srither
C H Jignas
Ritul Chatterjee
Team compound 6   Hasmath Ali
Rakesh Sookoo
George Vire (TRI)
W 224:219
  Stephen Clifton
Shaun Teasdale
Anthony Waddick (NZL)
W 226:225
  Nico Benade
Septimus Cilliers
Jacobus de Wet (RSA)
W 226:224
  Duncan Busby
Liam Grimwood
Christopher White (ENG)
L 229:231
 

WomenEdit

Athlete Event Ranking Round Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Score Seed Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Dola Banerjee Recurve individual 658 2   Sui Kim Ng (MAS)
W 56:54
  Amy Lee Oliver (ENG)
W 6–2

27–24 27–23 26–26 26–26

  Alison Williamson (ENG)
L 2–6 27–24 24–28 21–22 26–27
  Anbarasi Subramanian (MAS)
W 6–2 23–25 27–23 26–22 26–22
 
Deepika Kumari Recurve individual 662 1   Tan Wendy Liu Jie (SIN)
W 56:47
  Alexandra Feeney (AUS)
W 6–0 27–22 28–21 28–26
  Anbarasi Subramanian (MAS)
W 7–1 28–26 28–21 26–26 26–16
  Alison Williamson (ENG)
W 6–0 27–26 28–25 30–24
 
L. Bombayala Devi Recurve individual 624 9   Alexandra Feeney (AUS)
L 48:51
Did not advance
Gagandeep Kaur Compound individual 675 15   Jorina Coetzee (RSA)
W
  Nicky Hunt (ENG)
L
Did not advance
Jhano Hansdah Compound individual 674 17   Rebecca Darby (AUS)
L
Did not advance
Bhegiyabati Chanu Compound individual 667 21   Stephanie Croskery (NZL)
L
Did not advance
Dola Banerjee
Deepika Kumari
L Bombayala Devi
Team recurve 1   Shahira Abdul Halim
Anbarasi Subramaniam
Ng Sui Kim (MAS)
W 213:185
  Naomi Anne Folkard
Amy Lee Oliver
Alison Jane Williamson (ENG)
W 207:206
 
Gagandeep Kaur
Jhano Hansdah
Bhegiyabati Chanu
Team compound 5   Rebecca Lee Darby
Fiona Margaret Hyde
Cassie Irene McCall (AUS)
W 227:220
  Camil Bouffard-Demers
Doris Jones
Ashley Wallace (CAN)
L 224:217
  Cham Nong Saritha
Nor Rizah Ishak
Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh (MAS)
W 223:219
 

Athletics pictogram.svg AthleticsEdit

Men[7]
100 M, 4x100M
1 Abdul Najib Qureshi
2 B.G. Nagaraj
3 Krishna Kumar Rane
4 Hemant Kirulkar
5 Rahamattulla Molla
6 Shameer mon
7 Ritesh Anand
8 Manikandaraj
9 S. Sathya

200 M
1 Dharambir Dharambir
2 Abdul Najib Qureshi

400 M, 4 × 400 m
1 Kunhi Mohammad
2 Vinay Chaudhry
3 J. Premanand
4 Harpreet Singh
5 V.B. Bineesh
6 Jithin Paul
7 Bibin Mathew
8 S K Mortaja

800 M
1 Pankaj Dimri
2 P. Francis Sagayaraj
3 Manjit Singh

1500 M
1 Sandeep Karan Singh
2 C. Hamza

5000 M
1 Sunil Singh
2 Sandeep Batham

10000 M
1 Sunil Singh

110 MH
1 Siddhanth Thingalaya

400 MH
1 Joseph Abraham

3000 M SC
1 Elam Singh
2 Ramachandran

MARATHON
1 Bining L.

SHOTPUT
1 Om Prakash

DISCUS
1 Vikas Gowda

JAVELIN
1 Kashi Nath
2 Samareet Singh

HAMMER
1 Chandrodaya Narayan

LONG JUMP
1 Maha Singh
2 Ankit Sharma
3 Hari Krishnan M.

TRIPLE JUMP
1 Renjith Maheshwari
2 Amarjit Singh

HIGH JUMP
1 Nikhil Chitrasau
2 Hari Shanker Roy

POLE VAULT
1 Gajanan Upadhyay

DECATHLON
1 Bhartinder Singh
2 P J Vinod

Badminton pictogram.svg BadmintonEdit

Athlete [8] Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Chetan Anand Men's Singles BYE   EO Fagbemi (NGR)
W 21–12 21–6
  J van Hooijdonk (WAL)
W 21–8 21–2
  C Baxter (ENG)
W 21–17 21–9
  C Lee (MAS)
L 11–21 12–21
  P Kashyap (IND)
L 15–21 18–21
4
Parupalli S Kashyap Men's Singles   MS Brownlee (FAI)
W 21–8 21–3
  CCS Pyne (JAM)
W 21–5 21–12
  K Merrilees (SCO)
W 21–12 21–15
  M Hashim (MAS)
W 19–21 21–19 21–16
  R Ouseph (ENG)
L 21–19 12–21 18–21
  C Anand (IND)
W 21–15 21–18
 
Saina Nehwal Women's Singles BYE   S Thomas (WAL)
W 21–5 21–9
  C Black (NIR)
W 21–0 21–2
  A Rice (CAN)
W 21–7 21–10
  Susan Eggleton (SCO)
W 21–10 21–17
  M. Wong (MAS)
W 19–21 23–21 21–13
 
Aditi Mutatkar Women's singles BYE   SP Yaka Dahanayake (SRI)
W 21–14 21–7
  K Gilmour (ENG)
W 21–11 21–12
  M Wong (MAS)
L 8–21 12–21
Did not advance
Rupesh Kumar
Sanave Thomas
Men's Doubles   JE Abah
EA Ocholi (NGR)
W 21–13 21–5
  GAT Henry
GT Palmer (JAM)
W 21–11 21–7
  C Triyachart
Z Wong (SIN)
L 16–21 15–21
Did not advance
Ashwini Ponnappa
Jwala Gutta
Women's Doubles BYE   EH Chin
KW Woon (MAS)
W 15–21 21–10 21–16
  M Agathangelou
H Oliver (ENG)
W 21–9 21–14
  K Wilson-Smith
H Tang (AUS)
W 12–21 21–13 21–11
  L Yao
S Sari (SIN)
W 21–16 21–19
 
Aparna Balan
Aditi Mutatkar
Women's Doubles   LJ Minto
A Luxton (FAI)
W 21–2 21–6
  V Veeran
L Choo (AUS)
L 16–21 21–23
Did not advance
V. Diju
Jwala Gutta
Mixed Doubles BYE   GAT Henry
KF Karjohn (JAM)
W 21–13 21–8
  A Ponnappa
R Kumar (IND)
W 15–21 21–18 21–16
  K Koo
E Chin (MAS)
L 13–21 19–21
Did not advance
Ashwini Ponnappa
Rupesh Kumar
Mixed Doubles   SH Malcouzane
AYT Camille (SEY)
W 21–8 21–14
  V Veeran
R Veeran (AUS)
W 21–16 18–21 21–18
  V Diju
J Gutta (IND)
L 21–15 18–21 16–21
Did not advance
Aparna Balan
Sanave Thomas
Mixed Doubles   HT Tang
G Warfe (AUS)
W 21–9 21–13
  HM Braimah
EO Fagbemi (NGR)
W 21–10 21–8
  G White
C Adcock (ENG)
L 15–21 18–21
Did not advance
C Anand
P Kashyap
S Nehwal
A Mutatkar
Jwala Gutta
Ashwini Ponnappa
Aparna Balan
Rupesh Kumar
V.Diju
Sanave Thomas
Mixed Team Wales
W 5–0
Canada
W 3–0
England
W 3–0
Malaysia
L 1–3
 

Boxing pictogram.svg BoxingEdit

Men
Athlete [9] Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Amandeep Singh Light Flyweight 49 kg   P Warui (KEN)
W 6–2
  H Matusi (RWA)
W 4–0
  M Fuad (MAS)
W 7–1
  P Barnes (NIR)
L 0–5
Did not advance  
Suranjoy Mayengbam Flyweight 52 kg BYE   M Plange (GHA)
W 15–4
  M Subrie (MAS)
W 9–2
  H Iqbal (PAK)
W
  B Njangiru (KEN)
W Walk Over
 
Akhil Kumar Bantamweight 56 kg   Q Khan (PAK)
W 7–0
  I Weaver (ENG)
W 11–6
  L Julie (MRI)
L 5–7
Did not advance
Jai Bhagwan Lightweight 60 kg   C Caleb (NRU)
W 11–1
  N Mafuru (TAN)
W 11–2
  W Songbamu (NGR)
W 10–0
  T Stalker (ENG)
L 5–10
Did not advance  
Manoj Kumar Light Welterweight 64 kg   D Lassayo (SLE)
W 49–1 (RSC)
  G Gaasite (BOT)
W 5–2
  B Mathenge (KEN)
W
  V Knowles (BAH)
W 3–1
  B Saunders (ENG)
W 11–2
 
Dilbagh Singh Welterweight 69 kg   V Latu (TON)
W 22–4
  A Prince (TRI)
W 11–3
  M Mothiba (BOT)
W 11–3
  P Gallagher (NIR
L 4–5
Did not advance  
Vijender Singh Middleweight 75 kg BYE   D Ombaka (KEN)
W 16–1 (RSC)
  E Nashivela (NAM)
W (RSC)
  A Ogogo (ENG)
L 3–4
Did not advance  
Dinesh Kumar Light Heavyweight 81 kg BYE   O Mbwakongo (ENG)
L 8–9
Did not advance
Manpreet Singh Heavyweight 91 kg BYE   H Mhando (TAN)
W 15–3
  S Ward (NIR)
L
Did not advance
Paramjit Samota Super Heavyweight +91 kg BYE   A Reid (JAM)
W (RSC)
  A Mukhin (AUS)
W 7–4
  J Fa (TON)
W 6–2
  T A Haqq (TRI)
W 5–1
 

Diving pictogram.svg DivingEdit

India Fielded a team of 3 divers to the 2010 Commonwealth Games consisting of:

Men
Women

GymnasticsEdit

Field HockeyEdit

MenEdit

India has been drawn into Group A with Australia, Pakistan, Malaysia and Scotland.

Pool AEdit

Team Pts Pld W l L GF GA GD
  Australia 12 4 4 0 0 22 2 +20
  India 9 4 3 0 1 16 11 +5
  Pakistan 6 4 2 0 2 11 9 +2
  Malaysia 3 4 1 0 3 5 14 −11
  Scotland 0 4 0 0 4 0 18 −18
5 October 2010
19:00
India   3–2   Malaysia
Mahadik   27'
Singh   35+'
Bharat   66'
Report Hanafi   15'
Misron   34'
Umpires:
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)
Martin Madden (SCO)


7 October 2010
16:00
India   2–5   Australia
Singh   12'
Sandeep   70+'
Report[permanent dead link] Abbott   2'
Mitton   6'
Ockenden   48'
de Young   54'
Turner   58'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
Andrew Kennedy (ENG)


9 October 2010
19:00
Scotland   0–4   India
Report[permanent dead link] Sarvanjit Singh   8'
Dharamvir Singh   13'   61'
Dhananjay Mahadik   51'
Umpires:
Albert Marcano (TRI)
Tim Pullman (AUS)


10 October 2010
19:00
Pakistan   4–7   India
Imran   27'
Rizwan   29'
Irfan   58'
Shakeel   68'
Report Sandeep   3'   11'
Shivendra   19'   59'
Saravanjit   20'
Danish   41'
Dharamvir   45'
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Nathan Stagno (GIB)

First to fourth place classificationEdit

Semi-finals Final
12 October 2010
   Australia 6  
   New Zealand 2  
 
14 October 2010
       Australia 8
     India 0
12 October 2010
   England 3 (4)
   India 3 (5)  

Semi-finalsEdit

12 October 2010
17:30
England   3–3 (a.e.t.)   India
Jackson   35+'   41'
S. Mantell   45'
Report[permanent dead link] Saravanjit   20'   60'
Pillay   56'
Penalties
Smith  
R. Mantell  
Kirkham  
Jackson  
S. Mantell  
4–5   Saravanjit
  Pillay
  Sandeep
  Halappa
  Shivendra
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Nathan Stagno (GIB)

Gold medal matchEdit

14 October 2010
11:30
Australia   8–0   India
Wilson   19'   28'
Ciriello   21'
Doerner   34'   52'
Orchard   60'
Dwyer   66'
Turner   70'
Report[permanent dead link]
Umpires:
Peter Wright (RSA)
Nathan Stagno (GIB)

WomenEdit

DefendersEdit

MidfieldersEdit

ForwardsEdit

Goal TendersEdit

Pool AEdit

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
  Australia 10 4 3 1 0 19 4 +15
  South Africa 7 4 2 1 1 16 5 +11
  India 7 4 2 1 1 12 4 +8
  Scotland 4 4 1 1 2 10 9 +1
  Trinidad and Tobago 0 4 0 0 4 1 36 −35
4 October 2010
18:00
India   1–1   Scotland
Handa   45' Report[permanent dead link] Cram   3'
Umpires:
Michelle Joubert (RSA)
Chieko Soma (JPN)

6 October 2010
13:30
Australia   2–1   India
Liddelow   11'
Rivers   59'
Report Rampal   69'
Umpires:
Kelly Hudson (NZL)
Frances Block (ENG)

8 October 2010
10:30
India   7–0   Trinidad and Tobago
S. Kaur   8'   30'   37'   54'
Rani   14'
Rampal   34'
Handa   68'
Report[permanent dead link]
Umpires:
Gillian Batey (CAN)
Nor Piza Hassan (MAS)

9 October 2010
21:00
South Africa   1–3   India
Coetzee   45' Report[permanent dead link] Thakur   11'   21'
S. Kaur   35'
Umpires:
Elena Eskina (RUS)
Irene Presenqui (ARG)

Bowling pictogram.svg Lawn BowlsEdit

Men
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Mohammed Raja Men's Singles -
Mahip Tirkey
Sunil Bahadur
Men's Pairs -
Dinesh Kumar
Krishna Xalxo
Prince Kumar Mahato
Men's Triples -
Women
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Farzana Khan Women's Singles -
Arzoo Rani
Manu Pal
Women's Pairs -
Tania Choudhry
Pinki Kaushik
Rupa Rani Tirkey
Women's Triples -

Netball pictogram.svg NetballEdit

22 members squad for 2010 Commonwealth Games has been declared.[11]

  • Megha Chaudhary
  • Prachi Tehlan
  • Ramandeep Kaur
  • Neha Bajaj
  • Priya Dahiya
  • Mainisha Rathore
  • Punam Kumari
  • Santosh Jakhar
  • Shireen Limaye
  • Kavitha Kavitha
  • Indu Panwar
  • Bobby Bobby
  • Padma Padma
  • Neha Lakhera
  • Neha Kansal
  • Amanjit Kaur
  • Rupinder Kaur
  • Deepali Sharma
  • Preeti Banchor
  • Kiranjit Kaur
  • Harminder Kaur
  • Leela H.S.

India is drawn in Pool A

Pool AEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA G% Pts
1   Australia 5 5 0 0 385 172 223.8 10
2   Jamaica 5 4 0 1 362 217 166.8 8
3   Malawi 5 3 0 2 293 262 111.8 6
4   Trinidad and Tobago 5 2 0 3 249 275 90.5 4
5   Samoa 5 1 0 4 246 291 84.5 2
6   India 5 0 0 5 123 441 27.9 0
  • Goal percentage (G%) = 100 × GF/GA. Accurate to one decimal place.
  • Teams that are highlighted after the completion of pool matches advance to the medal playoffs.

5 October
17:00 (IST)
Report Australia    113–18   India    Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Umpires: Jonathan Bredin, Dalton Hinds
Reserve umpire: Judith Groves
Cox   27/28 (96%)
McMahon   22/23 (96%)
Medhurst   25/26 (96%)
Pratley   39/42 (93%)
H. Kaur   6/10 (60%)
K. Kaur   7/8 (88%)
Tehlan   5/5 (100%)

6 October
11:30 (IST)
Report Malawi    82–26   India    Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Umpires: Gary Burgess, Bobbi Brown
Reserve umpire: Dalton Hinds
Kumwenda   47/53 (89%)
Magombo   12/15 (80%)
Simtowe   6/7 (86%)
Waya   17/21 (81%)
Bajaj   4/4 (100%)
H. Kaur   5/9 (56%)
K. Kaur   17/19 (89%)

7 October
11:30 (IST)
Trinidad and Tobago    77–26   India    Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Umpires: Anne Abraitis, Sylvester Campbell
Reserve umpire: Bobbi Brown
Barker   46/47 (98%)
Cooper   16/18 (89%)
Wallace   15/18 (83%)
Bajaj   10/13 (77%)
H. Kaur   6/8 (75%)
K. Kaur   4/8 (50%)
Tehlan   6/8 (75%)

9 October
17:00 (IST)
India    26–69   Samoa    Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Umpires: Sharon Kelly, Rachael Ayre
Reserve umpire: Judith Groves
Chaudhary   3/6 (50%)
H. Kaur   3/7 (43%)
K. Kaur   14/19 (74%)
Tehlan   6/9 (67%)
Chang   14/16 (88%)
Faasavalu   9/12 (75%)
Fuimaono   25/29 (86%)
Langi   21/24 (88%)

10 October
11:00 (IST)
Jamaica    100–27   India    Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Umpires: Amanda Nottingham, Paula Ferguson
Reserve umpire: Rachael Ayre
R. Aiken   40/42 (95%)
Forbes   13/14 (93%)
Fowler   38/41 (93%)
Griffiths   9/12 (75%)
Chaudhary   0/1 (0%)
H. Kaur   8/12 (67%)
Tehlan   19/23 (83%)

Rugby union pictogram.svg Rugby SevensEdit

Summary
Competitor(s) Event Rank
India Men's Team -
Men

India Squad:

India is in Pool B

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
  South Africa 3 3 0 0 109 5 +104 9
  Wales 3 2 0 1 99 35 +64 7
  Tonga 3 1 0 2 45 72 −27 5
  India 3 0 0 3 12 153 −141 3

11 October 2010 [12]
9:22 [12]
Wales   56–7   India

11 October 2010 [12]
12:06 [12]
South Africa   59–0   India

11 October 2010 [12]
15:32 [12]
Tonga   38–5   India

Shooting pictogram.svg ShootingEdit

Clay Target – Men[citation needed]
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Manavjit Singh Sandhu Trap Singles  
Mansher Singh Trap Singles 6
Manavjit Singh Sandhu
Mansher Singh
Trap Pairs  
Asher Noria Double Trap Singles 4
Ronjan Singh Sodhi Double Trap Singles  
Asher Noria
Ronjan Singh Sodhi
Double Trap Pairs  
Allan Peoples Skeet Singles -
Mairaj Ahmed Khan Skeet Singles -
Allan Peoples
Mairaj Ahmed Khan
Skeet Pairs 5
Clay Target – Women[citation needed]
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Shreyasi Singh Trap Singles 6
Seema Tomar Trap Singles 9
Seema Tomar
Shreyasi Singh
Trap Pairs 5
Pistol – Men[citation needed]
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Omkar Singh 10m Air Pistol Singles  
Gurupreet Singh 10m Air Pistol Singles 5
Omkar Singh
Gurupreet Singh
10m Air Pistol Pairs  
Vijay Kumar 25m Rapid Fire Singles  
Gurupreet Singh 25m Rapid Fire Singles  
Vijay Kumar
Gurupreet Singh
25m Rapid Fire Pairs  
Vijay Kumar 25m Centre Fire Singles  
Harpreet Singh 25m Centre Fire Singles  
Vijay Kumar
Harpreet Singh
25m Centre Fire Pairs  
Samaresh Jung 25m Standard Singles  
C.K Choudhary 25m Standard Singles -
Samaresh Jung
C.K Choudhary
25m Standard Pairs  
Omkar Singh 50m Pistol Singles  
Deepak Sharma 50m Pistol Singles 11
Omkar Singh
Deepak Sharma
50m Pistol Pairs  
Pistol – Women
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Heena Sidhu 10m Air Pistol Singles  
Annuraj Singh 10m Air Pistol Singles 4
Heena Sidhu
Annuraj Singh
10m Air Pistol Pairs  
Anisa Sayyed 25m Pistol Singles  
Rahi Sarnobot 25m Pistol Singles  
Anisa Sayyed
Rahi Sarnobot
25m Pistol Pairs  
Small Bore & Air Rifle – Men
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Abhinav Bindra 10m Air Rifle Singles  
Gagan Narang 10m Air Rifle Singles  
Abhinav Bindra
Gagan Narang
10m Air Rifle Pairs  
Gagan Narang 50m Rifle 3 Pos Singles  
Imran Hasan Khan 50m Rifle 3 Pos Singles 4
Gagan Narang
Imran Hasan Khan
50m Rifle 3 Pos Pairs  
Gagan Narang 50m Rifle Prone Singles -
Hariom Singh 50m Rifle Prone Singles -
Hariom Singh
Gagan Narang
50m Rifle Prone Pairs 5
Small Bore & Air Rifle – Women
Competitor(s) Event Rank
Suma Shirur 10m Air Rifle Singles 4
Kavitha Yadav 10m Air Rifle Singles 5
Suma Shirur
Kavitha Yadav
10m Air Rifle Pairs  
Tejaswini Sawant 50m Rifle 3 Pos Singles 9
Lajja Gauswami 50m Rifle 3 Pos Singles 6
Tejaswini Sawant
Lajja Gauswami
50m Rifle 3 Pos Pairs  
Tejaswini Sawant 50m Rifle Prone Singles  
Meena Kumari 50m Rifle Prone Singles 7
Tejaswini Sawant
Meena Kumari
50m Rifle Prone Pairs  

Squash pictogram.svg SquashEdit

India's squash team will consist of 10 athletes (5 men and 5 Women).

Men
Women
DRAWS

Men

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Saurav Ghosal Singles   Ian Rukunya (UGA)
W 11–1 11–4 11–0
  Lyall Paterson (SCO)
W 11–6 11–6 11–7
  Peter Barker (ENG)
L 5–11 9–11 13–11 0–11
Did not advance
Siddharth Suchde Singles   Michael Hopkins (JER)
W 11–6 11–5 11–4
  Cameron Pilley (AUS)
L 8–11 11–9 6–11 7–11
Did not advance
Sandeep Jangra Singles   Ryan Cuskely (AUS)
L 7–11 9–11 4–11
Did not advance
Harinder Pal Sandhu Singles   Shopan Pervez (BAN)
W 11–3 11–1 11–2
  Stewart Boswell (AUS)
L 4–11 7–11 5–11
Did not advance
Doubles
Pool 6
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   Mohd.Azlan isklanderMohd.Nafilzwan Adnan (MAS) 3 3 3 0 72 37
2   Sandeep JangraHarinder Pal Sandhu (IND) 2 3 2 1 77 51
3   Kawayooya NsaaleOrumu Ofoyuru (UGA) 1 3 1 2 56 74
3   Shopan ParvezMasud Rana (BAN) 0 3 0 3 32 75
Pool 8
Rank Team Pts Pld W L PF PA
1   Lyall PetersonChris Small (SCO) 2 2 2 0 44 25
2   Gaurav NandrajogSiddharth Suchde (IND) 1 2 1 1 38 37
3   Hartaj BainsHardeep Reel (UGA) 0 2 0 2 24 44

Women

Athlete Event Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Opposition
Score
Joshna Chinnappa Singles BYE   Sharon Wee (MAS)
W 11–1 11–4 8–11 11–4
  Nicol David (MAS)
L 5–11 10–12 7–11
Did not advance
Surbi Mishra Singles BYE   Stephanie Edmison (CAN)
L 2–11 7–11 10–12
Did not advance
Anwesha Reddy Singles BYE   Alana Miller (CAN)
L 3–11 6–11 7–11
Did not advance
Anaka Alamkamony Singles BYE   Sarah Kippax (CAN)
L 7–11 4–11 3–11
Did not advance

Swimming pictogram.svg SwimmingEdit

India's swimming team consists 20 swimmers.

Men
Women
Event Swimmer(s) Heats Semi Finals Final
Result Rank Result Rank Result Rank
100m Freestyle Jyotsna Pansare 5 October 4
200m Freestyle Arti Ghodpade 4 October 1
Surabhi Tipre 4 October 7
100m Backstroke Fariha Zaman 5 October 1 5 October -
Jyotsna Pansare 5 October 7
50m Butterfly Shubha Chittaranjan 4 October 2 4 October 8
Pooja Alva 4 October 7
200m Individual Medley Pooja Alva 4 October 7
EAD
Men
Women

Synchronized swimming pictogram.svg Synchronized swimmingEdit

India competed in synchronized swimming at the 2010 commonwealth games

Athlete Event Technical Routine Free Routine (Preliminary) Free Routine (Final)
Points Rank Points Rank Total Points Rank Points Rank Total Points Rank
Avani Dave Solo
Kavita Kolapkar
Bijal Vasant
Duet

Tennis pictogram.svg TennisEdit

India will field 8 athletes including stars Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi

Men's SinglesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Somdev Devvarman (1)   M Devin (BAH)
W 6–4 6–2
  J Amresh (SRI)
W 6–0 6–1
  J Statham (6) (NZL)
W 6–3 6–4
  M Ebden (3) (AUS)
W 6–3 6–1
  Greg Jones (53) (AUS)
W 6–4 6–2
 
Rohan Bopanna   R Buyinza (UGA)
W 6–1 6–4
  P Luczak (AUS)
L 2–6 6–7
Did not advance

Women's SinglesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Sania Mirza (2) BYE   B Teei (COK)
W 6–0 6–2
  M Erakovic (NZL)
W 6–2 6–3
  O Rogowska (AUS)
W 1–6 6–4 6–4
  A Rodionova (AUS)
L 3–6 6–2 6–7
 
P Venkatesha   N Nqosa (LES)
W 6–0 6–0
  H Watson (GGY)
L 6–7 3–6
Did not Advance
R Chakravarthi   P Montlha (LES)
W 6–0 6–1
  K O'Brien (ENG)
W 1–6 7–6 7–5
  O Rogowska (AUS)
L 5–7 4–6
Did not Advance

Men's DoublesEdit

Players Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
M Bhupathi & L Paes (1)   T Dineshkanthan &
R Jayawickreme (SRI)
W 6–3 6–3
  J Ward &
J Goodall (ENG)
W 6–2 6–7 (4) 7–6 (4)
  P Luczak &
P Hanley (4) (AUS)
L
  R Bopanna &
S Devvarman (2) (IND)
W 6–3 7–6 (4)
 
R Bopanna & S Devvarman (2)   C Fleming &
J Murray (SCO)
W 6–3 6–1
  M Ebden &
G Jones (SCO)
W 7–6 (5) 6–4
  R Hutchins &
K Skupski (3) (ENG)
L 6–3 3–6 4–6
  M Bhupathi &
L Paes (1) (IND)
L 3–6, 6–7 (4)
4

Women's DoublesEdit

Players Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
S Mirza & R Chakravarthi (3) BYE   M Brown &
J Rae (SCO)
W 6–1 7–6 (2)
  S Peers &
A Rodionova (1) (AUS)
L 4–6 4–6
  N Sanjeev &
P Venkatesha (IND)
W
 
N Sanjeev & P Venkatesha   Solih &
Mahir (MDV)
W 6–0 6–1
  S Borwell &
A Smith (2) (ENG)
W 7–5 6–4
  J Moore &
O Rogowska (3) (AUS)
L 7–5 3–6 5–7
  S Mirza &
R Chakravarthi (IND)
L
4

Mixed DoublesEdit

Players Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
S Mirza & L Paes (2)   S Roheman &
A Richelieu (LCA)
W 6–1 6–0
  J Rae &
C Fleming (SCO)
L 5–7 4–6
Did not advance
N Sanjeev & R Bopanna   A Rodionova &
P Hanley (Aus)
L 3–6 6–3 3–6
Did not advance

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table tennisEdit

India's table tennis team will consist of 10 athletes and 4 reserves [13][14]

Men's SinglesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Achanta Sharath Kamal   Shane Overmeyer (RSA)
W 4–0
  Rumgay Gavin (SCO)
W 4–1
  Ma Liang (SIN)
W 4–1
  Yang Ze Back (SIN)
L 2–3
 
Soumyadeep Roy   Howeison Craig (SCO)
W 4–3
  Henzell William (AUS)
W 4–3
  Cai Xiaoli (SIN)
W 4–1
  Gao Ning (SIN)
L 0–4
4
Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj   Han Justin (AUS)
W 4–1
  Yiangou Marios (CYP)
W 4–3
  Gao Ning (SIN)
L 1–4
Did not advance
Subhajit Saha   Oh Nam Ho (AUS)
W 4–0
  Yang Zi (SIN)
L 0–4
Did not advance
Abishek Ravichandran   Pang Xue Jie (SIN)
W 4–3
  Paul Drinkhall (ENG)
L 4–3
Did not advance

Men's DoublesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
S K Achanta & S Saha   Li Kam Wa & Arnachellum (MRI)
W 3–0
  Han & Gerada (AUS)
W 3–2
  Seun Ajetunmobi & Aruna Akinade Quadri (NGR)
W 3–1
  Pitchford & Baggaley (ENG)
W 3–2
  Gao Ning & Yang Zi (SIN)
W 3–2
 
A A Anthony & S Roy   Kho & Tan (MAS)
W 3–0
  Lewis & David (GUY)
W 3–0
  Gao Ning & Yang Zi (SIN)
L 0–3
did not advance

Women's SinglesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Patkar Madhurika Suhas
W
  Hannah Hicks (ENG)
W 4–0
  Feng Tianwei (SIN)|
L 2–4
did not advance
Prabhu Mamta
W
  Li Jiawei (SIN)
L 0–4
did not advance
Poulomi Ghatak
W
  Na Liu (NIR)
L 3–4
did not advance
Mouma Das
W
  Yuen Sara (CAN)
W 4–1
  Yu Mengyu (SIN)
L 0–4
did not advance
Shamini Kumaresan
W
  Zhang Mo (CAN)
L 2–4
did not advance

Women's DoublesEdit

Player Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
M S Patkar & S Kumaresan   Claire Nelson & Ashley Givan (NIR)
W 3–0
  Efua Oforiwah Owusu-Agyei & Akosua Ketu (GHA)
W 3–0
  Feng Tianwei & Wang Yuegu (SIN)
L 1–3
did not advance
M Das & P Ghatak   Naomi Owen & Phillips (WAL)
W 3–0
  Na Liu & Amanda Mogey (NIR)
W 3–0
  Lay Jian Fang & Miao Miao (AUS)
W 3–2
  Li Jiawei & Sun Beibei (SIN)
L 0–3
  Tan & Campbell-Innes (AUS)
W 3–0
 

Men's TeamEdit

Group 2
Team Pts Pld W L GW GL
  India 4 2 2 0 6 0
  Guyana 3 2 1 1 3 3
  Vanuatu 2 2 0 2 0 6
  Dominica Withdrawn

4 October

India   3–0   Vanuatu

5 October

India   3–0   Guyana
Elimination Rounds
Player 1/8 Final Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Achanta Sharath Kamal
Subhajit Saha
Soumyadeep Roy
Anthony Arputhraj Amalraj
Ravichandran Abishek
BYE   (RSA)
W 3–1
  (ENG)
L 1–3
  (NGR)
W 3–0
 

Women's TeamEdit

Group 4
Team Pts Pld W L GW GL
  New Zealand 6 3 3 0 9 2
  India 5 3 2 1 8 3
  Sri Lanka 4 3 1 2 3 9
  Ghana 3 3 0 3 0 9

4 October

India   3–0   Sri Lanka
New Zealand   3–2   India

5 October

India   3–0   Ghana
Elimination Rounds
Player Quarter Final Semi Final Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Madhurika Suhas Patkar
Mouma Das
Poulomi Ghatak
Shamini Kumaresan
  (Aus)
W 3–1
  (ENG)
W 3–0
  (SIN)
L 0–3
 

Weightlifting pictogram.svg WeightliftingEdit

[15]

Men
Athlete Event Weights Lifted Total Lifted Rank
Snatch Clean & Jerk
Sukhen Dey 56 kg 112.0 kg 140.0 kg 252.0 kg  
V.S Rao 56 kg 107.0 kg 141.0 kg 248.0 kg  
Rustam Sarang 62 kg 121.0 kg 150.0 kg 271.0 kg 4
Omkar Otari 62 kg 125.0 kg 140.0 kg 265.0 kg 5
K.Ravi Kumar 69 kg 146.0 kg[CGR] 175.0 kg[CGR] 321.0 kg[CGR]  
C.P.R Sudhir Kumar 77 kg 131.0 kg 166.0 kg 297.0 kg  
Chandrakant Mali 85 kg 140.0 kg 185.0 kg 325.0 kg 4
Sarabjit Singh +105 kg 169.0 kg - - DNF
Men – EAD (Powerlifting)
Athlete Event Weights Lifted Factored Weight Rank
TBA Bench Press - - -
TBA Bench Press - - -
Women
Athlete Event Weights Lifted Total Lifted Rank
Snatch Clean & Jerk
Ngangbam Soniya Chanu 48 kg 73.0 kg 94.0 kg 167.0 kg  
Atom Sandhya Rani Devi 48 kg 70.0 kg 95.0 kg 165.0 kg  
Swati Singh 53 kg 74.0 92.0 166.0 4
Yumnam Renubala Chanu 58 kg 90.0 107.0 197.0  
Monika Devi 75 kg 105 kg 121 kg 216 kg  
Srishti Singh 75 kg 90 kg 116 kg 206 kg 7
Geeta Rani +75 kg 100 kg 135 kg 235 kg 4
Women – EAD (Powerlifting)
Athlete Event Weights Lifted Factored Weight Rank
TBA Bench Press - - -

Wrestling pictogram.svg WrestlingEdit

Indian wrestling team comprises:[16][17]

Men's FreestyleEdit

Athlete Event Qualification Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Sheetal Chandra 55 kg   Carlo Van Wyk (AUS)
W 7:0
  Azhar Hussain (PAK)
L 3:5
  Promise Mwenga (CAN)
W 4:0
  Yaparathna Kumara (SRI)
W 4:0
  Craig Pilling (WAL)
W 3:0
 
Yogeshwar Dutt 60 kg   Farzad Tarash (AUS)
W 13:0
  Marius Zachari Loots (RSA)
W 7:1
  Sasha Madyarchyk (ENG)
W 12:4
  James Mancini (CAN)
W 9:2
 
Sushil Kumar 66 kg   Mehrdad Tarash (AUS)
W 6:0
  Muhammad Salmen (PAK)
W 10:0
  Farmara Jarjou (GAM)
W 3:0
  Barnes Heinrich (RSA)
W 7:0
 
Narsingh Pancham Yadav 74 kg   Mike Grundy (ENG)
W 7:1
  Evan Macdonald (CAN)
W 3:1
  Richard Brian Addinall (RSA)
W 4:0
 
Anuj Kumar 84 kg   Abdul Kalokoh (SLE)
W 12:0
  Sean Keogh (SCO)
W 3:0
  Andrew Dick (NGR)
W 2:1
  Inam Muhammad (PAK)
L 3:3
 
Anil Mann 96 kg   Leon Rattigan (ENG)
L 2:3
Joginder Kumar 120 kg   Mark Cocker (ENG)
W 9:0
  Denis Roberts (AUS)
W 3:0
  Arjan Bhullar (CAN)
L 0:4
 

Women's FreestyleEdit

Athlete Event Qualification Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Nirmala Devi 48 kg   Brumilda Leeuw (RSA)
W 14:0
  Carol Huynh (CAN)
L 3:7
 
Babita Kumari 51 kg   Jessica Macdonald (CAN)
W 8:6
  Jo Madyarchyk (ENG)
W 11:0
  Ifeoma Christiana Nwoye (NGR)
L 4:7
 
Geeta Phogat 55 kg   Non Evans (WAL)
W 9:0
  Lovina Odohi Edward (NGR)
W 5:1
  Emily Bensted (AUS)
W 11:0
 
Alka Tomar 59 kg   Louisa Salmon (ENG)
W 4:0
  Tonya Verbeek (CAN)
W 3:2
 
Suman Kundu 63 kg   Tracy Connell (SCO)
W 5:0
  Blessing Oborududu (NGR)
L 0:4
  Louise Randle (SCO)
W 6:0
  Zumicke Geringer (RSA)
W 9:2
 
Anita 67 kg   Ashlea McManus (SCO)
W 3:0
  Megan Buydens (CAN)
W 4:1
 
Anshu Tomar 72 kg   Hellen Okus (NGR)
L 3:7

Greco-RomanEdit

Athlete Event Qualification Quarterfinals Semifinals Repechage Round 1 Repechage Round 2 Final Rank
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Opposition
Result
Rajender Kumar 55 kg   Kumara Yaparathna (SRI)
W 14:0
  Promise Mwenga (CAN)
W 11:0
  Azhar Hussain (PAK)
W 11:0
 
Ravinder Singh 60 kg   A.S.S.D. Kumara (SRI)
W 13:0
  Romeo Joseph (NGR)
W 8:0
  Terence Christopher Bosson (ENG)
W 9:0
 
Sunil Kumar 66 kg   Myroslav Dykun (ENG)
L 0:5
  Brett Hawthorn (WAL)
W 11:0
 
Sanjay Kumar 74 kg   Laupule Ekeroma (SAM)
W 3:0
  Perefegha Kiriben (NGR)
W 2:0
  Richard Brian Addinall (RSA)
W 2:0
 
Manoj Kumar 84 kg   Muhammad Inam (PAK)
W W/O
  Dean van Zyl (RSA)
W4:0
  Efionayi Joe Agbonavbare (NGR)
L 2:7
 
Anil Kumar 96 kg   Mark Montgomery (NIR)
W 13:0
  Kakoma Hugues Bella-Lufu (RSA)
W 3:1
  Hassene Fkiri (AUS)
W 6:0
 
Dharmender Dalal 120 kg   Andries Johannes Schutte (RSA)
W 2:0
  Ivan Popov (AUS)
L 1:6
  Mark Cocker (ENG)
W 2:0
  Varntan Aparian (CYP)
W 12:0
 

See alsoEdit

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