Commonwealth Match Live Stream — 2022 Day 4 TV at TANTARA in San Francisco – August 2, 2022

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

The final session on day three of the 2022 Commonwealth Games features the Women’s 50 Freestyle, Men’s 200 Butterfly, Women’s 200 Breaststroke, Men’s SB8 100 Breaststroke, SB8 Women’s 100 Backstroke, Women’s 100 Backstroke, 100 Breaststroke male and the female 4×. 200 free relay finals. There will also be action in the men’s 50 backstroke, women’s 50 butterfly and men’s 100 freestyle semi-finals.

The women’s 50 freestyle will be a showdown between Meg Harris, Shayna Jack and Emma McKeon, the three favorite Australians to sweep the podium. Next, the men’s 200 butterfly will see action between defending champion Chad Le Clos and 400 IM champion Lewis Clareburt. Next, in the 200 breaststroke, we’ll see if Tatjana Schoenmaker can challenge her own world record after losing 2:21.76 in the heats.

Kylie Masse and Kaylee McKeown will face off in the 100 backstroke as two seeds, and Adam Peaty will look to reclaim the throne in the 100 after missing the world championships with a foot injury. . Finally, we’ll end the evening with the women’s 4×200 freestyle relay, where an Australian team stacked with Ariarne Titmus and Mollie O’Callaghan will race against the clock.

In the first semi-final, Andrew Jeffcoat won in 24.82, beating his previous New Zealand record of 24.82 set in February this year by 0.01 of a second. Bronze medalist in the 100 backstroke Bradley Woodward followed suit, touching second in 25.25.

However, it was 100 backstroke champion Pieter Coetze who swam the fastest time in the semi-final, clocking 24.81 to win the second semi-final. Mitch Larkin, the man with the fastest entry time, finished eleventh in 25.53 and will miss the final.

After finishing in the top 8 in the 100m backstroke, India’s Srihari Nataraj again contested another final, clocking 25.38 to finish eighth overall in the semi-finals.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 4 Live Updates: Judo Silver and Bronze for India, Badminton CWG 2022 Semi-Finals Live Update: India’s Top Sportsmen in Action Today. India has so far won three gold, two silver and one bronze

The final session on day three of the 2022 Commonwealth Games features the Women’s 50 Freestyle, Men’s 200 Butterfly, Women’s 200 Breaststroke, Men’s SB8 100 Breaststroke, SB8 Women’s 100 Backstroke, Women’s 100 Backstroke, 100 Breaststroke male and the female 4×. 200 free relay finals. There will also be action in the men’s 50 backstroke, women’s 50 butterfly and men’s 100 freestyle semi-finals.

The women’s 50 freestyle will be a showdown between Meg Harris, Shayna Jack and Emma McKeon, the three favorite Australians to sweep the podium. Next, the men’s 200 butterfly will see action between defending champion Chad Le Clos and 400 IM champion Lewis Clareburt. Next, in the 200 breaststroke, we’ll see if Tatjana Schoenmaker can challenge her own world record after losing 2:21.76 in the heats.

Kylie Masse and Kaylee McKeown will face off in the 100 backstroke as two seeds, and Adam Peaty will look to reclaim the throne in the 100 after missing the world championships with a foot injury. . Finally, we’ll end the evening with the women’s 4×200 freestyle relay, where an Australian team stacked with Ariarne Titmus and Mollie O’Callaghan will race against the clock.

In the first semi-final, Andrew Jeffcoat won in 24.82, beating his previous New Zealand record of 24.82 set in February this year by 0.01 of a second. Bronze medalist in the 100 backstroke Bradley Woodward followed suit, touching second in 25.25.

However, it was 100 backstroke champion Pieter Coetze who swam the fastest time in the semi-final, clocking 24.81 to win the second semi-final. Mitch Larkin, the man with the fastest entry time, finished eleventh in 25.53 and will miss the final.

After finishing in the top 8 in the 100m backstroke, India’s Srihari Nataraj again contested another final, clocking 25.38 to finish eighth overall in the semi-finals.