Chanu Saikhom Mirabi won gold in the women's 48kg class on Thursday, but she too struggled to contain her disappointment about the lack of a proper physio.Meanwhile, a Commonwealth Games athlete is in serious condition at a Gold Coast hospital after being diagnosed with malaria, officials said on Friday.
Chief Minister N Biren Singh congratulated the weightlifter on winning the second gold medal for the country.
Hamunyela, who competes in the men's 46-49 kg category, lost the fight against Kenya's Shaffi Hassana 2-3 in the Round of 16 after three rounds of boxing. Compatriot James Hall was second on 83.975, with Cypriot Marios Georgiou taking the bronze. Chanu smashed the Games records in 48-kg category snatch, clean and jerk and overall en route her gold medal winning performance, which fetched her a thunderous applause from Australian fans, who queued up to take her autograph after the medal ceremony.
CYCLING - Sam Webster won the men's sprint when he beat Jack Carlin of Scotland 2-0 in the final, giving him a second gold for the games after helping New Zealand win the team sprint.
In other events, Indian swimmer Sajan Prakash narrowly qualified for the final of swimming men's 200-metre Butterfly event of the 21st Commonwealth Games at the Optus Aquatic Centre in Australia's Gold Coast on Saturday. More victories to you, young man! Massaro, the 2014 silver medalist at Glasgow in 2014, had won their previous five meetings.
The 11-8, 11-8, 5-11, 15-13 win at the Oxenford Studios court continued a recent run of wins for Evans against Massaro, including the world championships in December and the British National Championships two months ago.
"It's devastating. It was a nightmare unfolding with three-quarters of a lap to go", he said.
"Then I turned around saw the time and though "ok, that's a bonus".
Sanjita set a new record in the game by lifting a total of 192 kgs, which includes 84 kgs in Snatch and 108 kgs in the Clean and Jerk. "He's absolutely fast", Sahrom said. "I am probably at 90% right now", said the soft-spoken youngster.