On the final day of weightlifting competition, Pardeep came agonisingly close to a gold but eventually settled for a silver after a close contest with Samoas Sanele Mao. The shooting contingent lived up to the expectations, delivering multiple medals.
At the last Commonwealth Games, Punam Yadav had returned with a bronze medal in the women's 63kg competition. Her medal is gold this time.She lifted 222kg (100kg+122kg) ahead of England's Sarah Davies, who managed 217kg (95kg+122kg).
Samoa's Lautiti Lui won the silver medal and Pakistan's Muhammad Nooh Dastgir Butt the bronze.
In boxing, CWG veteran MC Mary Kom progressed to the semi-final of the women's 45-48 kg category.
It was mother of all upsets as prior to this final, the Singapore women's team had never lost in the Commonwealth Games since the sport was inducted in the program way back in 2002.
Men's 100m final victor South Africa's Akani Simbine celebrates on the track at Carrara Stadium during the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, Monday, April 9, 2018.
Olude told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) from Gold Coast on Monday that she was not disappointed with the result as it was her first race at the worldwide level. The 22-year-old has been the leading female Indian TT player for some time, but this was clearly her best performance on the big stage.
Meanwhile, debutant Manish Kaushik (60kg) and Gaurav Solanki (52kg) won their respective round of 16 boxing matches to reach quarter-finals.
She recollected how she had to fight societal pressure while pursuing sports. Abiodun was two sets down in the second game to Liam Pitchford but staged a remarkable fight back to take the last three sets 11-4, 13-11, and 11-5. "We all did great and we are all happy with our times".
Meanwhile, Heena Sindhu also claimed silver at the same event. Her cautious style of play played rich dividends, especially in her second match against Zhou. "Since I had won bronze there, I made a decision to change my category". He finished behind Australia's Dane Sampson (245) and Bangladesh's Abdullah Hel Baki (244.7).
Manika Batra likes Alia Bhatt. She pulled off a huge upset against world No 4 Tianwei Feng (winning the tie 11-8, 8-11, 11-7, 11-9, 11-7) to put India in the lead. India hockey team is also in action on Tuesday. However, they are still quite behind Australia, who have built a massive lead over others given their dominance in the pool.
India now has seven gold medals and are fourth in the overall medal tally.