India sweep team Table Tennis titles

Segun Toriola and Table Tennis team

"We are very concerned about the issues that have been raised by our members - they are putting safety and security at the Games at risk, and go against the agreement we had negotiated with Games management". Apurvi, the defending champion. got the bronze with 225.3.

India were off to an excellent start as Harmanpreet powered home the first penalty corner of the match to give his team an early lead. 17-year-old Satwiksairaj Rankireddy combined with the 2010 women's doubles gold medallist Ashwini Ponnappa to clinch an unexpected win over the Rio silver medallists Chan Peng Soon & Goh Liu Ying in a thrilling three-game duel, that set the tone for the rest of the tie. And starting it all was Manu Bhaker, the teen sensation from Haryana, who shot down the Games record and the gold medal in the 10m air pistol event.

Gold Coast:Manika Batra inspired India to a historic gold medal with her stunning singles victories, fashioning an unthinkable 3-1 victory over four-time gold medallists Singapore in the final of the women's team event at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. Gagan was second from bottom in the eight-man final with 142.3.

Canada's Tim Nedow took the bronze with 20.91m.

Nigeria table tennis team celebrating win over England at 2018 Commonwealth Games

Golden moment continues for Indian Table Tennis team in Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Om bagged the bronze for India with 214.3. I was a little nervous when Sarah went for 128kg in her final lift. Neil Stirton of Scotland took silver with 247.7 while England's Kenneth Parr got the bronze with 226.6. After women, it is Indian men who have bagged the gold medal in TT team event in CWG 2018.

Chain was in sixth place, having scored a total of 614.2. They had to dig deep in their semifinal match against Singapore and come from behind to win 3-2.

Following a draw with Pakistan and wins over Wales and Malaysia, eight-time Olympic champion India will play England to finish of play in Group B ahead of the finals. On the final day of weightlifting competition, Pardeep came agonisingly close to a gold but eventually settled for a silver after a close contest with Samoa's Sanele Mao.

This is the Indian men's table tennis team's second gold medal at the Games, with the first one coming in 2006.