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Jeremy Lalrinnunga, Achinta Shuli and Sanket Sargar were unknown names until a few days ago. However, the ongoing Commonwealth Games has changed that. Sargar was the first Indian to win a medal in Birmingham. Lalrinnunga was the first Indian man to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games and Shuli became the second person to do so.

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First published: Tues, 02 August 2022. 14:23 IST

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