Commonwealth Games: Anish Bhanwala wins gold in 25m rapid fire pistol event

Commonwealth Games: Anish Bhanwala wins gold in 25m rapid fire pistol event

Team Nigeria ended day seven in the 10th position in the medal table of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

&Babu ldquo and also Thodi are with effect never allowed to participate in the game titles.

It is the second time the Indian team have broken the no-needle regulations at these Games after boxing team doctor Amol Patil admitted to carrying out a vitamin injection on an athlete.

Two Indian competitors have been kicked out of the Commonwealth Games athletes' village for breaching a "no-needle" policy.

With India already crossing their Gold medal tally of the 2014 Glasgow games, fans can certainly be excited heading into the final two days of the games.

Ms Martin said an investigation into the incident had found denials by the two athletes to be "unreliable and evasive". Thodi, also 28, finished 13th in the 20km race walk on Sunday.

Eight athletes from conflict-hit Cameroon - one third of the central African country's 24-strong team - were said to be missing from the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday, sparking an Australian Border Force manhunt.

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India's Chef de Mission Vikram Singh Sisodia, team manager Namdev Shirgaonker and athletics team manager Ravinder Chaudhry have all been strongly reprimanded.

Martin said cleaners had found a needle in a cup in the apartment assigned to Babu and Thodi on Thursday.

Dallas Stars' WNBA recruit Liz Cambage scored 21 points despite playing less than half the game to lead Australia to a 109-50 win over New Zealand and a gold medal final against England on Saturday.

On Wednesday, Cameroon's team attache Simon Molombe told CNN Sport he did not expect the missing athletes to return: "I don't think they will be back", he said.

"The question is how they are confident that one syringe is being used by both athletes", Chaudry said.

A Queensland Police spokesman told news.com.au that authorities are not on the lookout for the athletes because "they haven't committed any offence" and the athletes still hold a valid visa. "So we are appealing on this ground".

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