Indian athletes Rakesh Babu and Irfan Kolothum Thodi are being sent home from the Gold CoastCommonwealth Games after a needle was found in a cup in their bedroom at the Athletes' Village, the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) said on Friday.
It took the 23-year-old wrestler hailing from Khudan, Haryana barely two minutes to overpower his Wales opponent in Kane Charig to win the match by a scoreline of 10:0.
The duo of Manika Batra and Mouma Das added to the medal tally as they picked up a silver after they were defeated in the final of the women's table tennis doubles by the duo of Tianwei Feng and Mengyu Yu from Singapore.
Tejaswini Sawant today added another gold medal to her decorated Commonwealth Games resume en route to shattering the games record in the womens 50m rifle 3 positions event while putting in the shade silver victor Anjum Moudgils remarkable resilience.
Like Sushil Kumar yesterday, Bajrang did not concede a single point in the entire competition and won all his four matches by technical superiority as none of the other wrestlers in his division were a match for him. They are followed by England, who are second with 28 gold, 32 silver and 27 bronze.
Moudgil, 24, had led the qualification with a Games record herself and carried the form into the final where she shot 455.7, holding the second position with scores of 151.9 in kneeling and 157.1 in prone.
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Heena, who had finished third in the qualifier, notched up a new CWG record of 38 points in the final to take the title in style.
"I started very well in the first round, in fact this opponent was not good as the one I defeated in the quarterfinals, but here you get exhausted", She added. Anjum scored 455.7. Seonaid McIntosh of Scotland took bronze with 444.6.
On the badminton court, gold medal contenders Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Kidmabi Srikanth and HS Prannoy all registered straight-game victories and remained on course for the final.
In one of the strangest quirks of the Commonwealth Games draw, Robertson collected Friday despite losing her only fight.
Anish, aged 15, created history by becoming the country's youngest ever gold medal victor in the Commonwealth Games.
Anish scored 286 in stage 1 and 294 in stage 2 qualifying, while Neeraj had 291 in stage 1 and 288 in stage 2.