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June 22: Indian sports activities information wrap

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SWIMMING:

FINA World Championship: Kenisha Gupta finishes thirty second in 100m freestyle heats, fails to qualify for semis

India’s Kenisha Gupta ranked thirty second total within the 100m freestyle heats on the FINA World Championships in Budapest on Wednesday. The 19-year-old swimmer completed with a timing of 57.99s and did not qualify for the semifinals, with solely the highest 16 positioned swimmers making it by way of.

Mollie O’Callaghan of Australia was positioned first total within the heats with a timing of 53.49s.

-TEAM SPORTSTAR

GOLF

Shubhankar Sharma assessments constructive for Covid, pulls out of BMW Worldwide Open

Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma on Wednesday examined constructive for Covid-19.

He took to twitter to announce that he’ll miss out the BMW Worldwide Open golf event that commences on June twenty third 2022.

He wrote: “I’m upset to drag out from #BMWInternationalOpen, as a consequence of #Covid. I waited until the final second, however all in vane (SIC). We had shot at @TheOpen, this week,too.Nicely,that is how the life is.”

Shubhankar hopes to be absolutely recovered earlier than the Irish Open golf event that’s scheduled to begin on June 30. “I will probably be prepared for the @IrishOpen_ subsequent week. Doing my bit to be match match” he added.

-TEAM SPORTSTAR

SHOOTING

Rohit emerges champion on the Kumar Surendra Singh capturing championship

Rohit Kumar Singh emerged the lads’s champion in air rifle as he beat Mohit Gowda 17-13 within the gold contest of the twentieth Kumar Surendra Singh capturing championship on the Dr. Karni Singh Vary, Tughlakabad, on Wednesday.

Males’s air rifle medallists, Mohit Gowda, champion Rohit Kumar
Singh and Hriday Hazarika within the Kumar Surendra Singh capturing
championship in Delhi.   –  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

 

Hriday Hazarika completed 0.1 level forward of the qualification topper Kiran Jadhav (633.5) in grabbing the bronze.

Within the junior part, former world No.1, Olympian Divyansh Singh Panwar outclassed Hriday Hazarika 17-1 for the gold.

Within the youth occasion, Abhinav Shaw beat Vejendla Praneeth 17-11 for the gold. Pranav JIndal gained the youth bronze, and the sub-youth gold.

The outcomes:

10m air rifle

Males: 1. Rohit Kumar Singh 17 (261.3) 629.2; 2. Mohit Gowda 13 (260.7) 628.4; 3. Hriday Hazarika 260.2 (629.8); 4. Kiran Jadhav 260.1 (633.5).

Juniors: 1. Divyansh Singh Panwar 17 (263.8) 629.0; 2. Hriday Hazarika 1 (262.1) 629.8; 3. Sumedh Sasane 261.9 (628.9); 4. Shahu Mane 260.8 (628.30).

Youth: 1. Abhinav Shaw 17 (260.2) 624.1; 2. Vejendla Praneeth 11 (257.9) 623.9; 3. Pranav JIndal 256.7 (624.6); 4. Harsh Vardhan Sharma 255.9 (626.2).

Sub-youth: 1. Pranav JIndal 624.6; 2. Abhinav Shaw 624.1; 3. Parth Mane 623.9.

-Kamesh Srinivasan

TENNIS

ITF Ladies’s tennis

Vaidehi Chaudhari performed a strong attacking recreation, serving sturdy, transferring briskly and hitting strokes fluently on each the flanks, to outwit the nation’s No. 1 participant and the third seed, Ankita Raina 7-6 (7), 6-3 within the first spherical of the USD 25,000 ITF girls’s tennis event on the Tennis Mission, Baliawas, Gurugram, on Wednesday.

 

The 29-year-old Ankita did play very nicely, however the 22-year-old Vaidehi survived the set factors to take the primary set and that turned the tide in her favour. It was the primary assembly between the 2 within the skilled circuit, and proved unforgettable for Vaidehi.

Qualifier Vineetha Mummadi, recovered after dropping the primary set to be on stage phrases with second seed Peangtarn Plipuech, when the Thai retired owing to exhaustion, unable to deal with the warmth and humidity.

Vineetha will problem Punnin Kovapitukted of Thailand who recovered from being down 1-4 within the decider to beat Zeel Desai 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (2) in a gripping battle that lasted three hours and 35 minutes.

Sowjanya Bavisetti overcame a gradual begin to beat qualifier Elena Pridankina 2-6, 7-6 (6), 6-3. She is going to problem Karman Thandi within the second spherical.

Shrivalli Bhamidipaty beat fellow trainee from Hyderabad and qualifier Kundali Majgaine after a hesitant begin to arrange a second spherical towards seventh seed Misaki Matsuda of Japan.

Fifth seed Luksika Kumkhum of Thailand additionally retired early within the third
set towards Momoko Kobori of Japan.

The outcomes

Singles (first spherical)

Diana Marcinkevica (Lat) bt Akanksha Nitture 6-0, 6-4;

Mansi Vadyala (U.S.) bt Ananyaa Bhargava 6-4, 6-4;

Sofia Costoulas (Bel) bt Ikumi Yamazaki (Jpn) 7-5, 6-3;

Ekaterina Yashina (Rus) bt Vanshika Choudhary 6-1, 6-4;

Viktoria Morvayova (Svk) bt Gozal Ainitdinova (Kaz) 4-3 (retired);

Anna Ukolova (Rus) bt Nidhi Chilumula 6-4, 6-0;

Momoko Kobori (Jpn) bt Luksika Kumkhum (Tha) 6-3, 6-7 (3), 2-0 (retired);

Sowjanya Bavisetti bt Elena Pridankina (Rus) 2-6, 7-6 (6), 6-3;

Vaidehi Chaudhari bt Ankita Raina 7-6 (7), 6-3;

Misaki Matsuda (Jpn) bt Priska Nugroho (Ina) 6-2, 6-4;

Shrivalli Bhamidipaty bt Kundali Majgaine 6-2, 6-1;

Punnin Kovapitukted (Tha) bt Zeel Desai 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (2);

Vineetha Mummadi bt Peangtarn Plipuech (Tha) 1-6, 6-3 (retired).

Kamesh Srinivasan

TABLE TENNIS

Khelendrajit upsets Ankur in 83rd Nationwide Junior and Youth Desk Tennis Championships

Qualifier Yengkhom Khelendrajit (Manipur) upset high seed Ankur Bhattacharjee (Bengal) to enter the quarterfinals in Youth Boys (under-17) class within the 83rd Nationwide Junior and Youth Desk Tennis Championships on the N.C. John memorial YMCA TT Enviornment right here on Wednesday.

Khelendrajit’s defensive recreation put him in good stead towards Ankur who struggled to search out any kind of rhythm in his recreation. After dropping a detailed first set 10-12 Ankur bounced again to take the second set 11-7.

However within the seesaw third set the Manipur lad stored his nerves to crawl again win 13-11. Khelendajit held the aces within the fourth set and combined his photographs nicely to pocket the match 12-10, 7-11, 13-11, 11-9.

Tamil Nadu’s Suresh Raj Preyesh entered the quarterfinals with a 11-7, 11-6, 11-8 win over Ayan Ghosh. Within the quarterfinals, Suresh will meet Jash Modi who beat Sujal Banik (TTFI)15-13, 11-3, 11-6 within the pre-quarterfinals.

Within the under-19 class, it was enterprise as ordinary for high seed Payas jain who breezed into the pre-quarterfinals with 12-10, 11-8, 11-9 win over Jayabrata Bhattacharjee (Bengal).

Nonetheless, Okay.J. Akash (Karnataka) upset sixth seed H.Jeho (Manipur) 12-10, 11-4, 11-8 within the second spherical.

The outcomes Below-17 (pre-quarterfinals): Yengkhom Khelendrajit (Man) bt Ankur Bhattacharjee (Ben) 12-10, 11-8, 11-9;

Suresh Raj Preyesh (TNTTA) bt Ayan Ghosh (Ben) 11-7, 11-6, 11-8;

Jash Modi (Mah) bt Sujal Baink (TTFI) 15-13, 11-3, 11-6.

Below-19 (second spherical):

Payas Jain (Del) bt Jayabrata Bhattacharjee (Ben) 12-10, 11-8, 11-9;

Josh Modi (Mah) bt Swastik Athanikar (Mah) 14-12, 11-7, 7-11, 11-4;

Varun Balusuri (Tel) bt Aditya Swagnik (TTFI) 16-14, 11-7, 7-11, 11-4;

Okay.J. Adarash (Kar) bt H.Jeho (Man) 12-10, 11-4, 11-8;

Sarat Mishra (UP) bt Bhaskar Praneet (Ben) 18-16, 11-9, 12-10.

-M. R. Praveen Chandran

CYCLING

Ronaldo clinches silver in dash occasion for his third medal, India end fifth in medals tally

Ronaldo Singh gained the silver medal within the males’s dash occasion on the concluding day of the Asian Biking championship on the Indira Gandhi Velodrome on Wednesday.

It was the third medal for Ronaldo who had earlier gained the bronze in one-kilometre time trial and the group dash.

Birjit Yumnam gained the bronze within the 15-kilometre factors race within the junior part, and missed the silver by one level.

Within the 10-kilometre girls’s scratch race, Chayanika Gogoi gained the bronze. India was seventh within the seniors part, with 4 silver and 13 bronze medals. Japan topped with 15 gold, seven silver and two bronze medals.

Within the junior part, India was fifth with two gold, six silver and 15 bronze medals.

Within the para occasions, India was third behind Thailand and Japan with two gold, two silver and two bronze medals.

-Kamesh Srinivasan

ARCHERY

Paris World Cup: Indian archers go down in compound group occasions

Tarundeep Rai and Ankita Bhakat emerged as the very best Indian archers within the particular person recurve rankings on the Archery World Cup Stage-3 in Paris on Wednesday.

Tarundeep gathered 670 factors to put 27 amongst males. Comeback man Pravin Jadhav (668), Jayanta Talukdar (667) and Neeraj Chauhan (649) took 30, 32 and 73 slots respectively.

Ankita collected 644 factors to be 31 amongst girls.

Deepika Kumari, who returned to the Indian facet, lacked consistency as she had a 4 and a missed shot earlier than securing 638 factors to be 37.

Simranjeet Kaur (638) was 38, whereas Ridhi Phor (626) was 54.

The Indian males’s group (2005) was eighth and the ladies’s group (1920) was 13. The combined group (1314) was additionally 13.

In compound, the fourth-seeded Indian males’s group – which gained two gold medals this 12 months – acquired a primary spherical bye and defeated South Africa 234-232. The trio of Abhishek Verma, Aman Saini and Mohan Bhardwaj was ousted by Turkey 235-234 within the quarterfinals.

The third-ranked girls’s group, which additionally had a bye, acquired the higher of Brazil 230-227 earlier than dropping to second-placed Nice Britain 231-228 within the semifinals.

India, comprising V.Jyothi Surekha, Priya Gurjar and Muskan Kirar, was overwhelmed by France 233-231 within the bronze medal match.

-Y. B. Sarangi

HOCKEY

Indian girls’s hockey group beats Ukraine 3-0 in U-23 five-nation event

Dublin, Jun 22 (PTI) The Indian girls’s hockey group continued its unbeaten run within the U-23 five-nation event with a complete 3-0 win over Ukraine right here on Wednesday.

Nikita Toppo (thirty third), Manju Chorsiya (forty fourth) and Magnificence Dungdung (fifty fifth) scored a purpose every as India outclassed their opponents within the match.

Ukraine acquired their first penalty nook inside 5 minutes however the Indian defence thwarted the hazard. India step by step took management of the match, incomes back-to-back PCs however couldn’t utilise them.

India earned one other PC within the second quarter however once more wasted the chance as the 2 groups went into half time goal-less.

Lastly, India had been rewarded three minutes into the third quarter with Nikita Toppo scoring a discipline purpose. India doubled the lead one minute earlier than the tip of the third quarter by way of Manju Chorsiya.

Within the fourth quarter, Ukraine tried to counter-attack in pursuit of their first purpose, however the Indian defence stood tall to disclaim them any alternative whereas persevering with their assault.

Within the 54th minute, India earned a PC however couldn’t convert it. However, one minute later, vice-captain Dungdung scored the group’s the third purpose, taking the sport away from Ukraine.

India will play towards USA of their fourth and remaining league stage match of the event on Thursday.

PTI

WRESTLING

Indian freestyle wrestlers declare Asian group title in U-17 class

Indian freestyle wrestlers gained the group title on the under-17 Asian Championship in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan by ending with eight medals, together with 4 gold.

Other than the 4 gold, the Indians additionally bagged two silver and two bronze medals.

The Indians clinched three gold, one silver and two bronze medals in freestyle on Wednesday.

The Indian freestyle group gained the Asian Championships trophy with 188 factors, whereas Kazakhstan completed runner-up with 150 factors. Uzbekistan took the third spot with 145 factors.

The Indian gold winners on Wednesday had been Ningappa (45kg), Shubham (48kg) and Vaibhav Patil (55kg), whereas Pratik Deshmukh (110kg) bagged the silver and Narsingh Patil (51kg) and Sourabh (60kg) clinched a bronze every.

The competitors in Below-23 class will begin on Thursday with Greco Roman fashion occasions.

PTI

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