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Aneesh Gowda, Siva Sridhar, in fight for pool supremacy with three golds each

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  • Aishwary Tomar and Mehuli Ghosh nail double golds in Shooting
  • Cadet World Champion Sagar Jaglan wins wrestling gold
  • Kurukshetra women defend Kabaddi title

 

Khel Today Bureau 

Lucknow/Noida/Varanasi/Gorakhpur/Delhi: Aneesh Gowda of Christ University (deemed) and Siva Sridhar of Jain University, have gotten involved in a fight for supremacy in the pool, winning three golds each over two days at the Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik (SVSP) stadium in Greater Noida, Gautambuddh Nagar. What makes the battle more interesting is that both have netted one bronze each as well. That battle, the two gold medals by India international shooters Aishwary Tomar (Guru Nanak Dev University-GNDU) and Mehuli Ghosh (Adamas University) and the gold on the mat by cadet world champion Sagar Jaglan, headlined competition day five of the Khelo India University Games (KIUG) 2022 Uttar Pradesh (UP).

Kurukshetra women defend Kabaddi crown

Kurukshetra University defend their women’s Kabaddi title with a 32-30 hard-fought win over H.P. University, Simla. University of Burdwan and Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University won the bronze medals. The men’s title had a new winner however, with Guru Kashi University Talwandi Sabo getting the better of Chandigarh University 44-35 in the final. The bronze was shared by VELS University, Tamil Nadu and SRM University, Chennai.

SRM, Chitkara win Table Tennis titles

The day also saw the Table Tennis finals take place at the B.B.D. Badminton Academy indoor hall. SRM University, Chennai came out 3-0 winners against Adamas University, Kolkata, in the women’s final whereas the men’s final also had a similar score-line with Chitkara University brushing aside Chandigarh University 3-0.

Stars on fire at the Shooting range

Renowned India international shooters where on fire at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting range in New Delhi as Olympian Aishwary Tomar, Mehuli Ghosh, Anish Bhanwala (Manav Rachna U) and Shapath Bharadwaj (Manav Rachna u), all bagged golds. Aishwary and Mehuli in-fact two of them, the former winning the men’s 50m rifle 3 positions individual and team events and the latter, the women’s 10m air rifle individual and team golds.

Shapath Bharadwaj won the men’s trap competition over Manavaditya Singh Rathore, while Pragati Dubey (Barkatullah U) won the women’s trap event. Anish Bhanwala came out triumphant in the men’s 25m rapid-fire pistol.

Sagar Jaglan wins wrestling gold in Varanasi, Gorakhpur sees start of Rowing action

The IIT-BHU indoor hall in Varanasi saw the commencement of the Wrestling competitions and 2021 Cadet World Champion Sagar Jaglan made an instant mark with a gold in the Men’s 79kg Freestyle category for his Kurukshetra University. A total of nine Wrestling gold medals were won today and the golds were equally distributed.

Rowing heats also began at the Ramgaarh Tal in Gorakhpur, with medals likely to be decided on the third and fifth days of competition.

 

Kurukshetra and Punjabi Universities win Volleyball titles

 

Punjabi University beat Adamas University in a five set thriller to secure the gold in the women’s section while Kurukshetra University beat Mangalore University in straight sets.

 

Results of the Day so far

Volleyball Women (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

Punjabi University, Patiala beat Panjab University, Chandigarh – 3 – 1 ( 25 – 21, 16 – 25, 25 – 17, 25 – 10)

Adamas University, Kolkata beat SRM University, Chennai- 3 – 1 (13 – 25, 25 – 17, 25 – 16, 25 – 17)

SRM University df Panjab University, Chandigarh 3 – 0 (25 – 21, 25 – 17, 25 – 18) bronze

Punjabi University df Adamas University 3-2 (21 – 25, 25 – 22, 25 – 22, 25 – 14, 15 – 7)

 

Volleyball Men (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

Mangalore University df SRM University – 3 – 1 (25 – 20, 14 – 25, 25 – 17, 30 – 28) (semi-final 1)

Kurukshetra University df University of Madras 3 – 0 (25 – 19, 25 – 19, 25 – 21) (semi-final 2)

SRM University, Chennai df University of Madras – 3 – 1 (25 – 23, 25 – 22, 19 – 25, 25 – 22) bronze

Kurukshetra University df Mangalore University – 3 – 0 (25 – 18, 25 – 22, 25 – 23) Gold

 

Table Tennis Men (B.B.D. Badminton Academy, Lucknow)

Chitkara U df Chandigarh U 3-0 gold

Yashansh Malik bt Divyansh Srivastava – 11-4,11-7,2-11,11-6, Jeet Chandra bet Jash Modi – 3-11,10-12,11-9,11-7,11-8, Wesley Do Rosario bt Khelendrajit Yengkhom – 11-8,11-2,11-6

 

Table Tennis Women (B.B.D. Badminton Academy, Lucknow)

SRM U , Chennai df Adamas U 3-0 gold

Kowshika df Dipanwita Basu 11-7, 11-9, 12-10, Kavyasree Baskar df Munmum Kundu 11-8,12-10,11-7, Gladlyn Flora df Shreya Ghosh 8-11,11-5,11-8,4-11,11-5

 

Basketball Men (GB University, Greater Noida)

Jain U df Swarnim Gujarat U 79-64 gold

 

 

Basketball Women (GB University, Greater Noida)

University of Madras df Lovely Professional U 83-64 gold

 

 

Football Men

Guru Nanak Dev U, Amritsar df Punjabi U, Patiala 1-0 (Abhishek 9’)

Kannur University beat University of Kota – 6 – 1

 

Football Women (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

Sambalpur University, Odisha df VELS University, Tamil Nadu – 3 – 1

Annamalai University, Chidambaram df GNDU Amritsar – 2 -0

 

Hockey Men

Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi df Bengaluru City University – 3 – 1

Punjabi University, Patiala df Savitribai Phule Pune University – 7 – 1

GNDU, Amritsar df Lovely Professional University – 4 – 0

Sambalpur University, Odisha drew Purvanchal University – 1 – 1

 

Kabaddi Women (SVSP stadium, Greater Noida)

Kurukshetra U df H.P. U, Simla 32-30 (final)

 

Kabaddi Men (SVSP stadium, Greater Noida)

Guru Kashi U Talwandi Sabo df Chandigarh U 44-35 gold

Bronze- VELS U, Tamil Nadu & SRM U, Chennai

 

Mallakhamb Women (B.B.D. University, Lucknow)

Bundelkhand U (Rope+Pole) 76.15

Shivaji U (Rope+Pole) 73.70

Mangalore U (Rope+Pole) 70.60

 

Gold – University of Mumbai

Silver – Savitribai Phule Pune University

Bronze – Bundelkhand University, Jhansi

 

Mallakhamb Men (B.B.D. University, Lucknow)

Gold – Vikram University, Ujjain

Silver – University of Mumbai

Bronze – Bundelkhand University, Jhansi

 

Swimming (SVSP stadium, Gautam Buddh Nagar)

4*100m Free Men- Anna U 3.38.93 (1st), Jain U 3.40.32 (2nd), U of Delhi Institution of Eminence 3.40.94 (3rd)

200m Fly Men- Aneesh Gowda 2.05.87 (1st) Christ deemed U, Aryan Panchal 2.06.12 (2nd) Gujarat U, Shubhrant Patra 2.08.41 (3rd) Jain U

400m Medley Women- Firdous Kayamkhani 5.18.85 (1st) Kota U, Shrungi Bandekar 5.20.43 (2nd) Jain U, Kalyani Saxena 5.27.86 (3rd) Sarvajanik U

1500m Free Men- Aneesh Gowda 16.16.94 (1st) Christ deemed U, Anurag Singh 16.22.24 (2nd) U of Delhi Institutiton of Eminence, DHyan Balakrishna 16.46.88 (3rd)

200m Back Men- Siva Sridhar 2.06.91 (1st) Jain U, Siddhant Sejwal 2.12.20 (2nd) Panjab U, Aaryan Bhosale 2.13.95 (3rd) Mumbai U

50m Breast Men- Danush Suresh 29.42 (1st) Saveetha Institute of Medical & Technical Sciences, Benedicton Rohit 29.64 (2nd) Anna U, Dishant Mehta 29.74 (3rd) Veer Namad South Gujarat U

200m Back Women- Shrungi Bandekar 2.27.65 (1st) Jain U, Pratyasa Ray 2.38.75 (2nd) Utkal U, Antara Datta 2.41.56 (3rd) Calcutta u

50m Fly Men- Rohit Benedicton 24.99 (1st) Anna U, Pratham Sharma 25.51 (2nd) Delhi Institute of Eminence, Siva Sridhar 25.68 (3rd) Jain U

50m Breast Women- Chahat Arora 34.15 (1st) Panjab U, Aarti Patil 35.75 (2nd) Mumbai U, Jyoti Patil 36.31 (3rd) Mumbai U

Women 50 M Butterfly- Shristi Upadhayaya 29.42 (1st) Jadavpur U, Uttara Gogoi 29.62 (2nd)University of Delhi, Priyanga Pugazharasu 31.46 (bronze) University of Madras

 

Shooting (Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range, Delhi)

10m air rifle women team- Adamas U 1892.7 (gold, Guru Nanak Dev U 1872.6 (silver), Panjab U 1872.5 (bronze)

10m air rife women- Mehuli Ghosh 251.6 (gold) Adamas U, R Narmada Nithin 251.5 (silver) MADU, Yukthi Rajendra 227.9 (bronze) BCU

25m rapid-fire pistol men team- Panjab U 1742 (gold), Lovely Professional U 1709 (silver), MDU 1645 (third)

50m rifle 3 positions men- Aishwary Tomar (Guru Nanak Dev U) 460.8 (gold), Surya Pratap Singh Banshtu (Panjab U) 450.1 (silver), Sartaj Tiwana (Lovely Professional U) 437.7 (bronze)

50m rifle 3 positions team men- Guru Nanak Dev U 1701 (gold), Kurukshetra U 1691 (silver), Savitribai Phule Pune U 1683 (bronze)

Trap Men- Shapath Bharadwaj (gold) 43 (Manav Rachna U), Manavaditya Singh Rathore (silver) 38 (Manav Rachna U), Anwer Khan (bronze) 31 (Guru Nanak Dev U)

Trap Women- Pragati Dubey (gold) 40 (Barkatullah University), Kiran (silver) 39 (Uttrakhand Sanskrit University), Vidhi Singh (bronze) 30 (Manav Rachna University)

Trap Men Team- Guru Nanak Dev U (gold) 336, Delhi U (silver) 259

Trap Women Team- Manav Rachna U (gold) 302, Guru Nanak Dev U (silver) 289

25m rapid-fire men- Anish 28 (gold) Manav Rachna U, Adarsh Singh 27 (silver) Panjab u, Udhayveer Sidhu 23 (bronze) Panjab U

 

Wrestling

Freestyle Men 79kg- Sagar Jaglan (gold) Kurukshetra U, Chander M (silver) CDLU, Anuj Tomar (bronze) CCSU

Greco Roman 82kg- Ankit Singh (gold) CRSU df Sunder Singh (silver) Guru Kashi U 8-0, Mo Luckman Ali (bronze) JMIU

Greco Roman 77kg- Karan (gold) Lovely Professional U, Abhimanu (silver) Panjab U, Akash (bronze) NIILMU

Women’s 55kg- Ishika (gold) Panjab U, Aarti (silver) Guru Nanak Dev U, Nishu (bronze) NISHU

Women’s 50kg- Neha Chaughale (gold) Shivaji U df Manisha (silver) Guru Nanak Dev U 4-1. Sandhya (bronze) MDU

Greco Roman 67kg- Kashinath Bilagi (gold) DGU, Vijay Shankar Yadav (silver) VBSPU, Parveen (bronze) Laxmibai National Institute of Physical Education

Greco Roman 60kg- Dinesh (gold) CRSU, Mohit Narwal (silver) Guru Nanak Dev U, Harsh Rana (bronze) Kurukshetra U.

Freestyle Men 57kg- Sumit (gold) IGU, Sagar Sharma (silver) Guru Kashi U, Satish (bronze) CBLU

Freestyle Men 97kg- Sahil (gold) GKU, Abhishek Khokhar (silver) CCSU, Anil (bronze) OPJSU

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