Today, at Commonwealth games 2010, Indian shooters are eying for four gold medal. Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang will be gunning for 10 m air rifles Singles event.
DAY TWO of the Commonwealth Games 2010 was great for Indian athletes and Indian spectators alike. On Tuesday, India won five gold medals in total in shooting and wrestling events. First shooter Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang bagged first gold medal for the country in men's 10m air rifle pair event in the Commonwealth games 2010 then women shooters Rahi Sarnobat and Anisa Sayeed followed their male counterpart and won gold in pairs 25m pistol event.
Later, it was Ravinder Singh, who won third gold for India and first in the wrestling event. He clinched gold in 60kg Greco-Roman style wrestling event. Fourth gold medalist of the day was wrestler Sanjay Kumar, who won second gold in the wrestling event in the 74kg Greco-Roman style. Fifth man of the day, who came to the podium was Anil Kumar. He won gold in the 96 kilogram category of men's wrestling played at the Indira GandhiSports Complex.
Today in Commonwealth Games 2010, Indian shooters are eying for four gold medals. First, Asher Noria and Ronjan Sodhi will participate in Pairs Double Trap Men event, then Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang will be gunning for 10 m air rifles Singles event. Rahi Sarnobat and Anisa Sayyed are also in the fray for gold medal in 25 m Pistol Women Singles. Finally, Deepak Sharma and Omkar Singh will try to set target for gold in 50 m Pistol Men Singles event.