The morning after Jamaica's title drought in the Commonwealth Games women's 100 meters was extended for at least another four years, Olympic dual sprint champion Elaine Thompson began her campaign on the Gold Coast in the heats of the 200 meters.
Apurvi Chandela could not keep up with her younger compatriot although the experienced Indian did join Mehuli on the podium with a Bronze in third place.
On the badminton court, Saina Nehwal remained in brutally good form and guided India to a 3-1 triumph over Singapore in the mixed team event. Sathiyan and Harmeet Desai won the doubles match in straight games to bring home the gold. Shooter Heena Sidhu on Tuesday clinched a Gold - Eleventh for India - in 25-m pistol event.
Jemima Montag of Australia came first with a time of 1:32:50 sec, Alana Barber of New Zealand came second position with 1:34:18 sec.
Australia's Kerry Bell finished with the silver, with Rai's teammate Om Mitharval earning bronze.
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Canada's Tim Nedow took the bronze with 20.91m.
The men's hockey team, meanwhile, continued to be slightly off and had to work hard for a 4-3 win over Wales in their second pool B match. I was a little nervous when Sarah went for 128kg in her final lift.
England's Parang Patel and David Luckman won gold, with Welsh pair Chris Watson and Gareth Morris taking silver and Scotland's Alexander Walker and Ian Shaw took bronze. Earlier, Smit managed to qualify for the final at the sixth spot, shooting a total of 119 out of 125 after the second day of qualifications.
Then Srikanth delivered a masterclass to get his maiden win over the former World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei in a competition other than the PBL.
India had squandered a 2-0 lead to be held to a last gasp 2-2 draw by arch-rivals Pakistan in their opening match.
The day started on a bright note with weightlifter Pardeep Singh securing the first medal - a silver. Defeating Nigeria, India bagged the ninth gold in Men's Team Table Tennis event. A year later, she helped India bag a team silver and women's doubles silver in the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championship.