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Commonwealth Games 2018: Cycling Track Women's Keirin Qualifiers, Deborah Herold carries India's hopes, Live Updates

The action begins at 1:02 pm at Anna Meares Velodrome.
Updated: 08 April 2018 14:15 IST - Published: 08 April 2018 12:22 IST
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Deborah is also out in Heat 2
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Aleena Reji is out of the competition
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The Repechages Heat 1 is underway. Aleena will be participating in this heat
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Reji finishes last in her Heat and will heat to the Repechages. Deborah Finished fourth and will head to the repechages as well.
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Deborah will be in Heat 2
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Correction: Aleena is in Heat 1, not Deborah
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Hello all! Heat 1 of Round 1 involving Deborah is about to star. If she manages to finish in the top 2 she'll qualify for the second round, if not she'll heat to the repechages. 
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Cycling Track Women's Keirin Qualifiers. Stay tuned for updates!
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Day 4 is off to a positive start for India with Punam Yadav winning a gold in Weightlifting & Mery Kom securing a Bronze for herself in Boxing. India also beat the strong England team in women's hockey 2-1 coming back from 1 goal behind. The Women's 10m Air Pistol participants, India's Manu Bhaker & Heena Sidhu bagging a Gold medal and Silver medal respectively.The Indian Women's Table Tennis contingent also doing well defeating England 3-0 earlier in the day and moving on to the Gold medal match where they will be facing Singapore. 
 
Aleena Reji of India is up against Natasha Hansen of New Zealand, Farina Shawati Mohd Adnan of Malaysia, Robyn Stwart of Northern Ireland & Lauren Bate of England in Women's Keirin First Round - Heat 1 
 
India's 18-year-old Aleena Reji is the lesser experienced of the two Indians participating. We will have to wait and see how she performs at the big platform. 
 
Deborah Herold of India is up against Stephanie Morton of Australia, Olivia Podmore of New Zealand, Eleanor Coster of Wales & Lauriane Genest of Canada. 
 
23-year-old Deborah will be the favorite for India to bring home a medal. She also has dreams of competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. 
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