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Dipali Gursale and Prashant Koli break national records to win weightlifting golds

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  • Chandrika Tarafdar breaks Clean & Jerk National Record in 45 Kg
  • Haryana wins both gold medals in Netball

Khel Today Bureau 

Panaji: Maharashtra’s Dipali Gursale and Prashant Koli of Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) created new national records on the opening day of the weightlifting competition to clinch the gold medals in the 37th National Games at the Campal Sports Village here on Wednesday.

In the women’s 45 kg category, Gursale improved the national mark in Snatch with a third lift of 75 kg and went on to lift a total of 165 kg to clinch Maharashtra’s first gold in this edition of the National Games. West Bengal’s Chandrika Tarafdar broke the clean & jerk national record to secure the silver while T. Priya Darshini of Telengana bagged the bronze medal.

Gursale, who hails from Sangli district, broke Komal Kohar’s snatch record of 74 Kg and Jhilli Dalabehera’s total record of 164 kg. Chandrika Tarafdar also broke Jhilli’s clean & jerk record of 94 Kg.

Later, Koli managed to pip Maharashtra’s Mukund Aher for the men’s 55 kg gold medal by beating the latter’s national mark in snatch by one kilogram. He lifted an aggregate of 253 kg (115 in snatch and 138 in C&J) to add a second gold medal to Services tally. S. Guru Naidu of Andhra Pradesh won the bronze.

In the Women’s 49 Kg category, Gyaneshwari Yadav clinched the gold lifting a total of 177 Kg. Preeti of Haryana secured silver with a total of 174 Kg while former Asian Champion in the 45 Kg, Jhilli Dalbehera finished with a bronze medal, lifting 167 Kg.

Charu Pesi of SSCB secured gold in the 61 Kg Mens category, lifting a total of 267 Kg, just one kilogram more than Assam’s Sidhanta Gogoi who finished with the silver medal. Subham Todkar of Maharashtra secured bronze with a total lift of 263 Kg.

In the Women’s 55 Kg, Phamdom Ranibala Devi of Manipur clinched gold with a total lift of 196 Kg. Shrabani Das of West Bengal secured silver with a total lift of 187 Kg. Odisha’s Sneha Soren secured bronze lifting 186 Kg.

Elsewhere, Haryana bagged both the netball gold medals at the Campal Multipurpose Indoor stadium to move into second position in the medal standings.

Haryana men beat Kerala 45-42 in a tightly fought final to secure the gold medal while the women beat Karnataka 58-52 to be on top of the podium.

In the men’s bronze medal match, Jammu & Kashmir and Delhi played out an exciting 73-73 draw to be declared joint winners.

In the women’s bronze medal match, Delhi and Telangana were also declared joint winners after the match ended in a 64-64 tie.

At the Peddem Multipurpose Indoor Stadium, Maharashtra’s Adarsh Anil Bhoir clinched the gold medal in Men’s Trampoline Gymnastics competition ahead of Manu Murali of SSCB and Ayush Sanjay Muley of Maharashtra who won silver and bronze respectively.

Maharashtra’s women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics team comprising Kimaya Amalesh Karle, Nishka Chintamani Kale, Richa Sagar Chordia and Sanyukta Kale secured gold ahead of Jammu & Kashmir who won silver and Haryana who won bronze.

At the Athletics Stadium in Bambolim, Women’s Rugby 7s got underway with top seeds Odisha women dominating Goa with a 52-0 win in the first match of Pool A. Fourth seed Kerala beat Bihar 40-5 in Pool A.

In Pool B, second seeded Maharashtra beat Karnataka 48-0 while West Bengal got the better of Delhi 38-10.

In the men’s matches, Haryana beat Goa 31-0 in Pool A. In the other match of the group, Odisha edged past Kerala 15-12 to start with a win. In Pool B, West Bengal beat Punjab 19-7 while Maharashtra beat Bihar 19-12.

In Basketball, being played at the Manohar Parrikar Indoor Stadium, Navelim Punjab will face SSCB and Tamil Nadu will meet Delhi in the men’s semi-finals on Thursday. In the women’s category, Kerala will face Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh will meet Karnataka for a place in the final.

 

Important Results:

Netball

Men’s Finals: Haryana beat Kerala – 45-42

Men’s Bronze Medal: Jammu & Kashmir tied Delhi – 73-73

Women’s Finals: Haryana beat Karnatak – 58-52

Women’s Bronze Medal: Delhi tied Telangana – 64-64

Weightlifting

Women’s 45 KG

Gold – Dipali Gursale (Maharashtra) – Snatch – 75 Kg, Clean & Jerk – 90 Kg, Total – 165 Kg

Silver – Chandrika Tarafdar (West Bengal) – Snatch – 67 Kg, Clean & Jerk – 95 Kg, Total – 162 Kg

Bronze – T. Priya Darshini (Telengana) – Snatch – 69 Kg, Clean & Jerk – 92 Kg, Total – 161 Kg

Men’s 55 KG

Gold – Prashant Koli (SSCB) – Snatch-115 Kg, Clean & Jerk-138 Kg, Total-253 Kg

Silver – Mukund Aher (Maharashtra) – Snatch-12 Kg, Clean & Jerk-137 Kg, Total – 249 Kg

Bronze – S. Guru Naidu (Andhra Pradesh) – Snatch-104 Kg, Clean & Jerk-126 Kg, Total- 230 Kg

Women’s 49 KG

Gold – Gyaneshwari Yadav (Chattisgarh) – Snatch-80 Kg, Clean & Jerk-101 Kg, Total – 177 Kg

Silver – Preeti (Haryana) – Snatch-81 Kg, Clean & Jerk-100 Kg, Total – 174 Kg

Bronze – Jhilli Dalabehera (Odisha) – Snatch-76 Kg, Clean & Jerk-96 Kg, Total-167 Kg

Women’s 55 Kg

Gold – Phamdom Ranibala Devi (Manipur) – Snatch-90 Kg, Clean & Jerk- 106 Kg, Total- 196 Kg

Silver – Shrabani Das (West Bengal) – Snatch-81 Kg, Clean & Jerk- 106 Kg, Total – 187 Kg

Bronze – Sneha Soren (Odisha) – Snatch-80 Kg, Clean & Jerk – 106 Kg, Total – 186 Kg

Men’s 61 Kg

Gold – Charu Pesi (SSCB) – Snatch- 116 Kg, Clean & Jerk-151 Kg, Total – 267 Kg

Silver – Sidhanta Gogoi (Assam) – Snatch- 116, Clean & Jerk – 150 Kg, Total – 266 Kg

Bronze – Subham Todkar (Maharashtra) – Snatch- 115, Clean & Jerk-148 Kg, Total- 263 Kg

Gymnastics

Men’s Trampoline

Gold – Adarsh Anil Bhoir (Maharashtra) – 48.37

Silver – Manu Murali (SSCB) – 46.70

Bronze – Ayush Sanjay Muley (Maharashtra) – 46.12

Women’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Team

Gold – Maharashtra – 242.00

Silver – Jammu & Kashmir – 189.60

Bronze – Haryana – 188.65

Rugby 7s

Women

Pool A: Odisha bt Goa – 52-0, Kerala bt Bihar – 40-5, Kerala tied Goa 10-10, Odisha bt Bihar 27-5

Pool B: Maharashtra bt Karnataka – 48-0, West Bengal bt Delhi – 38-10, Maharashtra bt Delhi – 29-5, West Bengal bt Karnataka 37-0

Men

Pool A: Haryana bt Goa – 31-0, Odisha bt Kerala – 15-12, Haryana bt Kerala – 36-0, Odisha bt Goa – 14-5

Pool B: West Bengal bt Punjab – 19-7, Maharashtra bt Bihar – 19-12, West Bengal bt Bihar – 24-12, Maharashtra bt Punjab – 29-5

Basketball

Women

Pool A: Kerala bt Goa – 89 – 19, Uttar Pradesh bt West Bengal – 69-67

Pool B: Karnataka bt Maharashtra – 62-51, Tamil Nadu beat Delhi – 101-68

Men

Pool A: Punjab bt Goa – 99-71, Delhi bt Telangana – 115-60

Pool B: Tamil Nadu bt SSCB – 90-61, Kerala bt Rajasthan – 95 -60.

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