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Rich haul for India

New Delhi: Indian grapplers won eight gold medals, including seven in menís free-style category, at the Commonwealth wrestling championship held in Canada last week.

India also won nine silver medals and a bronze in both the menís and womenís categories of the competition.

India, who had sent a 28-member contingent to the meet, also annexed the overall championship in freestyle (men) category, a Wrestling Federation of India release said here Saturday.

Indian women ninth

New Delhi: India finished a disappointing ninth, a full 49 strokes behind winners South Korea, in the 26th Queen Sirkit Cup womenís golf championship held at the Woo Jung Hills country club near Seoul.

The Indian team, comprising of Shruti Khanna, Mayali Talwar and Vandana Agarwal, came up with a poor show Friday even as the hosts dominated proceedings on the final day.

Shruti finished 19th with a tally of 239, followed by Mayali at 240. Vandana finished 23rd at 245 as India aggregated a total of 477, according to information received here.

Korea lifted the championship with a tally of 428.

Zamorano not to quit

Santiago: Chilean striker Ivan Zamorano, who received an 11-month suspension for attacking a referee, has said he will accept his suspension but he wonít be quitting football.

Zamorano verbally and physically attacked a referee during his side Colo Coloís 0-4 home defeat by Cobreloa on Sunday.

The player said: ďAt one point I thought I would quit but in fact I realised that I am still in good enough physical shape to continue to play once my suspension has finished.Ē

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