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Commonwealth Games 2018, 6th April schedule: Fixtures, TV listings and live stream info for Indian athletes in Gold Coast

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Mirabai Chanu lifts India to glory on Day 1

Gymnastics (Artistic)

Event: Women's team qualification & finals, Individual qualification

Athletes: Pranati Das, Pranati Nayak, Aruna Reddy

Time: 4:35 am (Qualifiers), 2:50 pm (Finals)


Event: Mixed Team

Athletes: India vs Scotland

Time: 9:30 am


Event: Men's 91 Kg Round-of-16

Athletes: Naman Tanwar vs Haruna Mahando (TAN)

Time: 9.02 am onwards


Event: Men's 46-49 Kg Round-of-16

Athletes: Amit vs Tetteh Sulemanu (GHA)

Time: 2:32 pm onwards


Event: Men's Keirin

Athletes: Sahil Kumar, Sanuraj Paul Sanandraj, Ranjit Singh

Time: 2:30 pm onwards (Round 1), 3:15 pm (Round 1 Repechages), 4:05 pm onwards (Round 2), 4:40 pm onwards (Finals)

Event: Women's Individual Sprint

Athletes: Deborah Herold, Aleena Reji

Time: 8:30 am onwards (Qualifiers), 10:00 am onwards (1/8 finals), 10:30 am onwards (Quarterfinals), 2:50 pm onwards (Semifinals), 4:15 pm onwards (Finals)

Event: Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit

Athletes: Manjeet Singh

Time: 10:45 am onwards (Qualifiers), 3:50 pm onwards (Finals)

Event: Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit

Athletes: Sonali Mayanglambam, Monorama Tongbam

Time: 8:55 am onwards (Qualifiers), 3:00 pm onwards (Finals)


Event: Women's Pool A

Athletes: India vs Malaysia

Time: 10:00 am

Lawn Bowls

Event: Women's Singles Section-D, Round 3

Athletes: Pinki vs Litia Tikoisuva (FIJ)

Time: 4:30 am onwards

Event: Men's Triples Section-A, Round 3

Athletes: India vs England

Time: 4:30 am onwards

Event: Women's Singles Section-D, Round 4

Athletes: Pinki vs Emma Firyana Saroji (MAS)

Time: 7:30 am

Event: Men's Pairs Section-D, Round 3

Athletes: India vs Scotland

Time: 11:30 am

Event: Women's Fours Section-B, Round 3

Athletes: India vs England

Time: 11:30 am

Event: Men's Pairs Section-D, Round 4

Athletes: India vs Samoa

Time: 2:30 pm


Event: Men's Round-of-16

Athletes: Vikram Malhotra

Time: 9:30 am onwards

Event: Women's Round-of-16

Athletes: Joshna Chinappa

Time: 1:30 am onwards

Event: Women's Round-of-16

Athletes: Dipika Pallikal Karthik

Time: 1:30 am onwards


Event: Women's 100m S9 Backstroke

Athletes: Kiran Tak

Time: 7:10 am

Table Tennis

Event: Women's Team Quarter-Finals

Athletes: Manika Batra, Mouma Das, Sutirtha Mukherjee, Madhurika Patkar, Pooja Sahasrabudhe

Time: 11:30 am onwards

Event: Men's Team Round-of-16

Athletes: Sarath Achanta, Anthony Amalraj, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Time: 2:00 pm onwards


Event: Women's 53 Kg

Athletes: Kumukcham Sanjitha Chanu

Time: 5:00 am onwards

Event: Women's 58 Kg

Athletes: Saraswati Rout

Time: 2:00 pm onwards

Event: Men's 69 Kg onwards

Athletes: Deepak Lather

Time: 9:30 am onwards

Gold Coast heads to Day 2 of the games as most of the sports held on Day 1 head into their knockout stages and medal events. The second day of the games will host the same events as Day 1 and will feature many of the same athletes who managed to go further into the knockout rounds of their respective sports.

India faced a mixed bag of results on Day 1 with weightlifting bringing the most joy. Guru Raja won the first medal for India at the games when he claimed silver in his weight category. The headlines, however, were delivered by Manipur's Mirabai Chanu, who broke six games records on her way to the gold medal.

Elsewhere, India went out in the early stages of Cycling events. Squash gave mixed results too, with Vikram Malhotra, Dipika Pallikal, and Joshna Ponappa heading into Round-of-16.

Women's table tennis team won both their matches and will play in the quarterfinals on Day 2. The Men's team progressed as well and they will be playing in the Round-of-16 on the same day.

Going into Day 2, India will once again have strong representation in weightlifting and boxing. Three different weight categories will be in play on the second day and India will be hoping to repeat the results of Day 1.

In cycling, Deborah Herold and Aleena Reji get another shot at gold. Both of them are representing the nation in Individual Sprint. Other cycling events include Men's Keirin, Women's Individual Pursuit, and Men's Individual Pursuit.

Lawn balls will also have the same participation as yesterday with Pinki playing her Round 3 and 4 matches. India's pairs, triples, and fours teams will also be back.

Indian women's hockey team will face Malaysia on Day 2, hoping to put behind a disappointing loss to Wales on Day 1 of the games.

Note: The events of the day can be followed on Sony Six, Ten 1 and Ten 3 (Hindi commentary). Sony Liv will be streaming the events live. You can also follow live commentary on