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Vikas Krishan adds to the boxers golden run at CWG 2018

15 April 2018

Krishan beat Dieudonne Wilfried Seyi Ntsengue of Cameroon 5-0 to bag India's 25th Gold at CWG 2018. As soon she received the gold medal, social media users started applauding the boxer for her remarkable victory for India. Get live updates of 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast here.

"We're now looking forward to welcoming back our riders as they kick on with their preparations for the Tokyo Olympics in just over two years' time". The second round was more of an equal competition, with O'Hara trying to showcase good defence and composure despite being far lesser experienced than Mary, in what was the biggest bout of her life. O'Hara did make a strong comeback in the final round, but fell short to impress the judges over Mary Kom.

Double Olympic shot put champion Valerie Adams gave birth last October and won silver on Friday, while Vanuatu beach volleyball player Miller Pata won bronze in front of her seven-month-old toddler, Tommy.

Amit Panghal: Another boxer Amit had to settle for silver after losing 3-1 to England's Gafal Yafai in the 46-49kg category.

Team England cyclist Melissa Lowther hits out at the Commonwealth Games Federation for not allowing her to compete in the women's time trial event on the Gold Coast.

The Tall Blacks should be able to take bronze against Scotland when they meet in a morning clash.

Wales also won two gold medals today courtesy of Lauren Price's win over Australia's Caitlin Parker in the women's 75kg final and Sammy Lee's triumph in the men's 81kg category ahead of Samoa's Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali. She eventually defeated Tayla Ford of New Zeland to win a bronze medal.

Jessie Lartey's bronze in the men's 64kg category was Ghana's first medal of the Games.

Hinch and her team-mates, who had lost 2-1 to India in the group stage, had won silver at the previous Games in Glasgow in 2014.

It was a golden day in the ring for Australia - Harry Garside won the split decision in his 60kg clash with India's Manish Kaushik to take the top spot on the podium.

Vikas Krishan adds to the boxers golden run at CWG 2018