Medal is medal in Commonwealth Games 2022… Tulika Mane showed great performance in judo, country got silver medal

India’s strong performance in the Commonwealth Games 2022 continues. Now Tulika Mane has won silver medal for India in Judo event. Lost to Sarah Adlington of Scotland in the final of 78+kg. Sarah Adlington won the match over Ippon (slamming the opponent from behind) in a match that lasted 3 minutes 29 seconds. This is […]
 


Medal is medal in Commonwealth Games 2022… Tulika Mane showed great performance in judo, country got silver medal

India’s strong performance in the Commonwealth Games 2022 continues. Now Tulika Mane has won silver medal for India in Judo event. Lost to Sarah Adlington of Scotland in the final of 78+kg. Sarah Adlington won the match over Ippon (slamming the opponent from behind) in a match that lasted 3 minutes 29 seconds. This is India’s third medal in the judo event of the Commonwealth Games 2022.

Four-time national champion Tulika Mane defeated New Zealand’s Sydney Andrews to reach the final. Lagging in this match, but thanks to ‘Ippen’, New Zealand reached the final by defeating Sydney Andrews in the semi-finals in three minutes.

 

India has so many medals

India has so far won 18 medals including five gold, six silver and seven bronze in the Commonwealth Games 2022. The special thing is that ten medals have come in weightlifting. India got three medals in Judo, while India got one medal each in Lawn Balls, Table Tennis, Badminton, Athletics and Squash.

Such is the scoring pattern of Judo

Judo players are called ‘judoka’. There are three types of scoring in judo called ippon, waza-eri and yukko. An ippon occurs when a player slams an opposing player on the back. One point is awarded for ippon, and the player wins. Ippon has won Vijay Yadav.

After the Judo Federation of India was derecognised on April 22, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) constituted a committee of experts to oversee the selection process and trials of players for the Commonwealth Games and suggested necessary changes. The committee includes Olympian judo players Kawas Billimoria, Sandeep Bayala and Sunit Thakur, besides judo masters Arun Dwivedi and Yogesh K Dhadve.