Kenya's Eunice Mbugua talks to the press after remaining in contention for a quarter-finals berth in the lawn bowls competition during the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games at the Broadbeach Bowls Club in Gold Coast on April 6, 2018.
"Had I not dropped my last lift, I would have created a Games record". With the Asian Games coming up later this year and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics not too far away, Chanu has demonstrated that she is ready to take over the mantle from previous stalwarts like multiple World Championships medallist Kunjarani Devi, 2000 Olympic bronze medallist Karnam Malleswari, Laishram Monika Devi and Sanjita Chanu.
From left: BVI squash players Joe Chapman and Neville Sorrentino (left) are captured beside Coach Adam Murrills on the first day of competition at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
"A lot of people said that probably I wasn't good enough for a medal".
Her parents deemed the move as humiliation.
Caldwell made the move because she needed a change in scenery. I haven't come here to go really, really fast because that's just not in our plan.
Down Under, Caldwell has trained with a Olympic-level athletes from Australia, as well as Korea and Japan.Читайте также: Twitter mourns the loss of anti-apartheid activist Winnie Mandela
Pearson competed at a warm-up meet last week and said then that she was "90 percent" sure she'd be fit enough to compete at the Commonwealth Games.
If Mirabai Chanu was the toast of the nation yesterday, it was the turn of Sanjita Chanu to hog the limelight today, claiming a gold and a Games' snatch record in the 53kg category. It is definitely something I wasn't expecting.
There were several other good results to celebrate for India though, a prominent one being the women's hockey team bringing its campaign back on track with a 4-1 thrashing of Malaysia.
"I am my biggest opponent, I strive to always beat my best records to ensure that I keep progressing forward", she said adding, "After the world championships, I started my training in Melbourne both mentally and physically". Kaylee McKeown, 16, is fourth after out-touching her defending world champion Emily Seebohm by 0.01 at Australian trials.
"We have robust treatments for malaria in this country", GOLDOC said.
"We have some phenomenal Canadian backstrokers and the Aussies are always great in backstroke, the Brits as well".
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