New Delhi: Women wrestlers and archers excelled Friday winning three golds between them as shooters continued to add to their kitty, taking India's Commonwealth Games gold tally to 20 on the fifth day of competitions here.
Anita won the gold in the freestyle 67kg category defeating Canadian M. Buydens 4-1 and Alka Tomar won in the 59kg event. She defeated Tonya Verbeek, also of Canada, 3-2.
The women archers gave the country its maiden Commonwealth Games gold in the sport, which returned to the Games after 28 years. However, the fancied men's side disappointed by getting only a bronze in recurve team event.
The shooters won three golds.
In Image: India's Gagan Narang, left, and Hasan Imran Khan smile with the gold medals they won in the men's pairs 50m rifle 3 positions shooting event during the Commonwealth Games at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi, India, Friday