Gowda wins India’s first athletics gold at 2014 CWG

Gowda converted the silver he had won four years ago in New Delhi in to the yellow metal with a best throw of 63.64 metres

Glasgow: Vikas Gowda brought in India’s first athletics medal from the 2014 Commonwealth Games when he won the discus throw gold in the final at the Hampden Park Stadium here on Thursday. Gowda converted the silver he had won four years ago in New Delhi in to the yellow metal with a best throw of 63.64 metres With the achievement, Gowda became More...

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