Indians across the world are rooting for our sportspersons with great national fervour. Cheering for India as the medal tally increases at Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, UK. Take a look at top snapshots from CWG 2022
LEAP OF FAITH:
India’s Murali Sreeshankar won silver medal in men’s long jump at Commonwealth Games, Birmingham on Aug 05
CRY OF JOY:
Treesa Jolly of Team India celebrates following their victory in the Badminton Women’s Doubles – Bronze Medal Match between India and Australia on Day 10 of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at NEC Arena on August 07, 2022 at Birmingham.
Gold medalist team Australia, in yellow, silver medalist team India, in blue, and bronze medalist team New Zealand, in white, pose for a selfie after the women’s cricket T20 final match between Australia and India at Edgbaston at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England on Aug 7, 2022.
Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh and Dinesh Kumar pose for a photo with their Silver medals after the finals of Lawn Bowls Men’s Team event at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022.
India boxer Nikhat Zareen celebrates after winning the Gold medal in 48-50 Kg flyweight category at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022.
India women’s hockey team players celebrate after winning a Bronze medal after defeating New Zealand in the penalty shootout at Commonwealth Games 2022, in Birmingham
Gold medal winner Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel and bronze medal winner Alagar Raj Aravindam of India during the medal ceremony of the Para Table Tennis event at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
SINDHU’S SMART MOVE:
PV Sindhu plays a shot against Uganda’s Husina Kobugabe in the Women’s Singles Round of 16 Badminton match at the Commonwealth Games on Au. 5, 2022.
THE WINNERS TAKE IT ALL:
Commonwealth Games 2022 Gold medalists Weightlifters Jeremy Lalrinnunga (L), Mirabai Chanu (C) and Achinta Sheuli (R) posing in a group photo after winning gold medals, at CWG 2022, in Birmingham.
MAKE IT OR BREAK IT:
Athlete Avinash Sable in action as he wins a Silver medal in the 3000m men’s steeplechase event, at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022, in Birmingham. He became the first ever Indian to win a medal in steeplechase in Commonwealth Games history.