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12th South Asian Games: India top with 17 Gold Medal,

Guwahati

The Day 3 started for India with Gold. Indian women today brought laurels for the country. Cyclist Lidiyamol Sunny Menamparambil won the Gold medal in the Women’s 40 KM Criterium Race (Cycling) event while Manorama Devi Tongbram got the Silver medal.

Shivani Kataria win the gold medal in 200 meter women Swimming,
Shivani Kataria win the gold medal in 200 meter women Swimming,
Ravinder (India) won the gold medal in 55kg male wrestling, at 12th South Asian Games, in Dispur, Guwahati on February 06, 2016.
Ravinder (India) won the gold medal in 55kg male wrestling
Ranjeesh (India) won the gold medal in 65kg female wrestling, at 12th South Asian Games, in Dispur, Guwahati on February 06, 2016.
Ranjeesh (India) won the gold medal in 65kg female wrestling
Priyanka singh (India) won the gold medal in 48kg female wrestling, at 12th South Asian Games, in Dispur, Guwahati on February 06, 2016.
Priyanka singh (India) won the gold medal in 48kg female wrestling
Mirabai Chanu Saikhom (India) win the gold medal in the women's weightlifting, at 12th South Asian Games, in Dispur, Guwahati on February 06, 2016.
Mirabai Chanu Saikhom (India) win the gold medal in the women’s weightlifting
Manisha (India) won the gold medal in 60kg female wrestling, at 12th South Asian Games, in Dispur, Guwahati on February 06, 2016.
Manisha (India) won the gold medal in 60kg female wrestling

In Weightlifting Indian lifters continued to reign with Sambo Lapung winning Gold in Men’s 69 Kg event and Saraswati Rout bagging the Gold medal in the Women’s 58 Kg event.

Sri Lanka continued with their brilliant performance in the Games with Gold in Cycling and Weightlifting. On the third day of  12th South Asian Games  India remains top of the table with 17 Gold medals, Sri Lanka stands second with five Gold medals and Pakistan is placed third with one Gold in Women’s 200 M Breast Stroke till 3 PM today.

The buzz for the 12th South Asian Games has caught on with the people of Guwahati and Shillong. With tickets being in high demand, all seats for the much awaited hockey match between India and Pakistan , to be played tomorrow in Guwahati, already sold out.

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