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Commonwealth Games 2018: Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit, India's hopes carried by Manjeet Singh: Live updates

The race begins at 10:47 am at the Anna Meares Velodrome
Updated: 06 April 2018 11:51 IST - Published: 06 April 2018 10:21 IST
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That's all from the live coverage of the Indian challenge at the cycling arena in the Commonwealth Games. Stay tuned for all the live updates right here at Sportskeeda.
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Manjeet clocks a time of 4:39.744 and will be out of contention for the Medal round.
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India's Manjeet Singh and South African Joshua Van Wyk are up next.
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Scotland's John Archibald notches up a Games Record time of 4:13.068 and New Zealand's Nicholas Kerzougou clocks 4:23.429
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Scotland's Kyle Gordon and England's Ethan Hayter will ride next.

They end up with timings of 4:18.494 and 4:17.477. Into the top 4
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Northern Ireland's Xeno Young and New Zealand's Dylan Kennett are up next on the track.

Young clocks 4:24.568 and Kennett finishes with a time of 4:13.414, a new Games Record.
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Scotsman Mark Stewart and Wales' Samuel Harrison will go up on the track next.

They end their runs with times of 4:20.256 and 4:19.429 making up the top 3 for now.
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Canada's Adam Jamieson and Aussie Sam Welsford are on the track next.

They clock timings of 4:24.915 and 4:13.595 ( A new Games Record)
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Northern Island's Marcus Christie and Isle of Man's Matthew Draper are up next.

They finish with timings of 4:35.402 and 4:38.602 respectively.
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Muhammad Suhaidee clocks a time of 4:39.502 and Ethan Vernon finishes his pursuit with a time of 4:27.548
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Malaysia' Muhammad Suhaidee and Welshman Ethan Vernon will hit the track next.
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Malaysian Muhammad Rosli starts the event and clocks a time of 4:45.314
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The Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit event will begin shortly at the Anna Meares Velodrome.
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of the race. Stay tuned for updates! The action about to begin in just 20 minutes time!
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Manjeet Singh stood 3rd in the National Championships in India last year. Let us see how he performs on the much bigger platform of the Commonwealth Games. A young lad of 24 coming from the modest town Balu, Haryana, Manjeet Singh will be looking to give his best performance to get in the limelight. The Games will prove to be a great experience for him regardless as he still has a long way to go in his career.
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