2018 Commonwealth Games: Shreyasi Singh joins gold rush, Mary Kom in final

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Shreyasi Singh celebrates her gold medal win in women’s double trap shooting in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games on Wednesday. (AFP)

Shreyasi Singh celebrates her gold medal win in women’s double trap shooting in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games on Wednesday. (AFP)

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Shreyasi aggregated 96 in the women’s double trap finals, same as Emma Cox, but prevailed over the Australian in a shoot-off by striking down both birds. (AFP)

Shreyasi aggregated 96 in the women’s double trap finals, same as Emma Cox, but prevailed over the Australian in a shoot-off by striking down both birds. (AFP)

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Mary Kom (Blue) defeated Sri Lanka's Anusha Kodituwakku Dilrukshi in the Women's 45- 48kg semifinal. (PTI)

Mary Kom (Blue) defeated Sri Lanka's Anusha Kodituwakku Dilrukshi in the Women's 45- 48kg semifinal. (PTI)

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Though Mary Kom (in pic) won her match, Sarita Devi and Pinki Rani lost their respective quarter-final bouts. (PTI)

Though Mary Kom (in pic) won her match, Sarita Devi and Pinki Rani lost their respective quarter-final bouts. (PTI)

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Men's 50m Pistol gold medallist Daniel Repacholi (centre) of Australia flanked by silver medallist Shakil Ahmed of Bangladesh and bronze medallist Om Mitharval of India. (REUTERS)

Men's 50m Pistol gold medallist Daniel Repacholi (centre) of Australia flanked by silver medallist Shakil Ahmed of Bangladesh and bronze medallist Om Mitharval of India. (REUTERS)

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Ankur Mittal of India shoots during the men's Double Trap final at the Belmont Shooting Centre. He finished second. (AP)

Ankur Mittal of India shoots during the men's Double Trap final at the Belmont Shooting Centre. He finished second. (AP)

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Indian men’s hockey team defeated England in their last group match. India play New Zealand in the semifinal. (AFP)

Indian men’s hockey team defeated England in their last group match. India play New Zealand in the semifinal. (AFP)

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