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CWG 2018: Day 9 Full schedule of events of Indian athletes with timings

CWG 2018: Day 9 Full schedule of events of Indian athletes with timings

After a great day for wrestling, India enter Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Gold Coast on Friday in hope of more medal.

In highlights of the day, boxers Vikas Krishnan, Manoj Kumar, Satish Kumar, Mohammed Hussamuddin, Naman Tanwar, Manish Kaushik, Gaurav Solanki, Amit will fight for a medal in the semifinals of their respective categories.

Indian shuttlers will carry forward their campaign as they play quarterfinals while the Indian hockey team faces New Zealand in the semifinals. In other games, Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra also starts his CWG campaign on Day 9. The current medal-tally for India stands at 31 which includes 14 golds.

Here’s the full schedule for the Indian contingent on Day 9 (13 April) at Gold coast 2018

SHOOTING
Men’s 25m rapid fire pistol qualification stage-2 :
Anish and Neeraj Kumar
4.00 am

Anjum Moudgil
Shooting (Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions)
4.31 am (Qualification), 9.31 am (Final)

Tejaswini Sawant
Shooting (Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions)
4.31 am (Qualification), 9.31 am (Final)

Shreyasi Singh
Shooting (women’s trap)
4:31 am (Qualification), 11:25 am (Final)

Seema Tomar
Shooting (women’s trap)
4.31 am (Qualification), 11.25 am (Final)

TABLE-TENNIS
Women’s doubles semifinal 1
Sutirtha Mukherjee and Pooja Sahasrabudhe
7.20 AM

Women’s doubles semifinal 2
Manika Batra and Mouma Das
7.20 Am

Men’s doubles quarterfinal 1:
Sharath Achanta and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
5.00 am

Men’s doubles quarterfinal 3
Harmeet Desai and Shankar Shetty
5.00 am

Mixed doubles quarterfinal 2:
Sharath Achanta and Mouma Das
6.10 am

Mixed doubles quarterfinal 3:
Shankar Shetty and Madhurika Patkar
6.10 am

Mixed doubles quarterfinal 4:
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Manika Batra
6.10 am

ATHLETICS
Men’s javelin throw qualifying round-group A
Neeraj Chopra, Vipin Kasana
5.30 am

Athlete: Jinson Johnson
Event: Athletics (1500m)
Time: 7.05 am

Event: Athletics (4x400m relay)
Time: 7:35 am

Event: Athletics (Women 4x400m relay)
Time: 8:05 am

Athlete: Purnima Hembram
Event: Athletics (Heptathlon)
Time: 6 am (Long jump), 7:55 am (Javelin throw), 3.35 pm (800m)

SQUASH
Women’s doubles quarter-final
Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal
6.30 am

Mixed doubles semi-final
Dipika Pallikal and Sourav Ghoshal
1.30

WRESTLING
Men’s freestyle 65 kg 1/8 final
BAJRANG
7.00 am

Men’s freestyle 97 kg 1/4 final
Mausam Khatri

Women’s freestyle 68kg group B
Divya Kakran

Women’s freestyle 57 kg group B
Pooja Dhanda

BADMINTON
Men’s singles quarterfinal
Srikanth Kidambi

Women’s singles quarterfinal
PV Sindhu

Women’s singles quarterfinal
Saina Nehwal

Mixed doubles quarterfinal
Ashwini Ponappa and Satvik Rankireddy

Mixed doubles quarterfinal
Pranaav Chopra and N. Sikki Reddy

BOXING
Men’s 46-49 kg semifinal 2
Amit
8.47 AM

Men’s 52kg semifinal 1
Gaurav Solanki

Men’s 60kg semifinal 1
Manish Kaushik

Men’s 91kg semifinal 1
Naman Tanwar

Men’s 56kg semifinal 2
Hussamuddin Mohammad
3.17 PM

Men’s 69kg semifinal 2
Manoj Kumar
3.47 PM

Men’s 75kg semifinal 1
Vikas Krishnan
4.02 PM

Men’s +91kg semifinal 1
Satish Kumar
5.02 PM

Event: Women’s boxing semi-finals
Time: 7.30 am-11 am (51kg, 60kg)

HOCKEY
Men semifinal;
India vs New Zealand
3.00 PM

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