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Suhas, Krishna, and Pramod clinch gold at BWF Para Badminton World C’ships 2024 | Checkout Winners

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At the BWF Para Badminton World Championships 2024 in Pattaya, Thailand, Indian shuttlers achieved great success, securing a total of 18 medals. These included three gold, four silver, and 11 bronze medals.

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Leading the charge was Suhas Yathiraj, a silver medalist at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, who clinched gold in the men’s singles SL 4 category by defeating Indonesia’s Fredy Setiawan with a score of 21-18, 21-8. Notably, Yathiraj also defeated defending world champion Lucas Mazur in the semi-finals.

In another impressive victory, Krishna Nagar won the men’s singles title in the SH 6 category by defeating Naili Lin of the People’s Republic of China with a score of 22-20.

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Pramod Bhagat emerged victorious in the men’s singles SL 3 event by defeating world No. 1 Daniel Bethell of England with a score of 14-21, 21-15, 21-14. Additionally, Nitesh Kumar and Manoj Sarkar secured bronze medals in the same category.

However, there were also silver medals for India, with Manisha Ramadass finishing as the runner-up in the women’s singles SU 5 category after losing to Yang Qiuxia.

In doubles events, India faced tough competition, with Chirag Baretha and Rajkumar losing in the men’s doubles SU5 final to Malaysia’s Muhammad Fareez Anuar and Cheah Liek Hou. Similarly, Rachana Patel and Nithya Sre Sumathy Sivan had to retire in the women’s doubles SH6 title decider.

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In the women’s doubles SL3-SSU5 final, Manasi Girishchandra Joshi and Thulasimathi Murugesan were defeated by the Indonesian duo Leani Ratri Oktila and Khalimatus Sadiyah Sukohandoko.

Overall, Indian para-badminton players showcased exceptional talent and determination, earning significant recognition on the global stage.

Para Badminton World Championships 2024 Medalists (Indian)

Suhas Yathiraj – gold medal (men’s singles SL 4)

Sukant Kadam – bronze medal (men’s singles SL 4)

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Krishna Nagar – gold medal (men’s singles SH 6)

Pramod Bhagat – gold medal (men’s Singles SL 3)

Nitesh Kumar – bronze medal (men’s Singles SL 3)

Manoj Sarkar – bronze medal (men’s Singles SL 3)

Manisha Ramadass – silver medal (women’s singles SU 5)

Manasi Joshi – bronze medal (women’s singles SL 3)

Palak Kohli – bronze medal (women’s singles SL 4)

Nithya Sre Sumathy Sivan – bronze medal (women’s singles SH 6)

Pramod Bhagat/Sukant Kadam – bronze medal (men’s doubles SL 3 – SL 4)

Nehal Gupta/Naveen Sivakumar – bronze medal (men’s doubles SL 3 – SL 4)

Chirag Baretha/Rajkumar – silver medal (men’s doubles SU 5)

Manasi Joshi/Thulasimathi Murugesan – silver medal (women’s doubles SL 3 – SU 5)

Mandeep Kaur/Manish Ramadass – bronze medal (women’s doubles SL 3 – SU 5)

Rachana Patel/Nithya Sre Sumathy Sivan silver medal (women’s doubles SH 6)

Chirag Baretha/Mandeep Kaur – bronze medal (mixed doubles SL 3 – SU 5)

Pramod Bhagat/Manisha Ramadass – bronze medal (mixed doubles SL 3 – SU 5)


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