Gold Coast sources stated that the Indian women's table tennis team clinched a maiden gold, while Punam Yadav and Vikas Thakur continued winning in the weightlifting events and shooters Manu Bhaker, Heena Sidhu and Ravi Kumar bagged medals as the country took its medal tally to 15 on the fourth day of the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG).
Meanwhile the highly successful day which saw both the men's and the women's hockey teams earn crucial victories was started by Bhaker and Sidhu, who won the gold and silver medals the women's 10m Air Pistol event respectively.
Further Saniya Sheikh narrowly missed a bronze
medal after finishing fourth in women's skeet shooting competition. Moreover
the weightlifters took charge, with Punam (69kg) and Vikas Thakur (94kg)
winning gold and bronze medals respectively. Punam lifted a total of 222 kg
which included 100 kg in snatch and 122 kg in clean and jerk
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