Cwg 2018 Profiles
Cwg 2018 Profiles News
Commonwealth Games 2018: Sushil Kumar needs to shut out controversies, lack of match practice to deliver for India
Sushil has been out of action from international wrestling for more than three years, which could have been a major concern at the Commonwealth Games, but he made a fine return to international wrestling with a gold at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships in December.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Vinesh Phogat looks to bury ghosts of Rio Olympics with another gold medal at event
Vinesh Phogat, whose dream of an Olympic medal was shattered due to a knee injury in 2016, will look to bury the ghosts of Rio with another gold medal at Commonwealth games.
The Commonwealth Games will provide Jitu with the perfect opportunity to test his ability in his weaker event, the 10m Air Pistol.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Apurvi Chandela looks to put Rio debacle behind ahead of title defence at Gold Coast
Apurvi Chandela will enter the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, as the reigning champion with the aim of becoming the first Indian shooter to defend her title at the games.
At Gold Coast, the Olympic bronze medallist Sakshi Malik will be leading India's charge in wrestling in the women's section and she would want to translate reasonable success in 2017 to a major success this year.
Before Divya Kakran clinched medals at the Asian and the Commonwealth Wrestling championships last year, she earned her reputation as the girl who comfortably defeated boys at various dangals across North India.
The London Olympics bronze medallist, Narang, along with Jitu Rai and Apurvi Chandela, would be anchoring India's gold quest at Gold Coast, Australia as part of the 27-member shooting squad for the Commonwealth Games.