After winning silver, Priyanka Goswami said, “I’m proud that the national flag flew because of me.”

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After winning silver, Priyanka Goswami said, “I’m proud that the national flag flew because of me.”

Priyanka Goswami said that winning the silver medal in the 10,000m Race Walk at the Commonwealth Games 2022 was a proud moment for her as the country’s flag soared after her triumph.

Priyanka Goswami declared it to be a proud moment for her after winning the silver medal in the 10,000m Race Walk at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

In the women’s 10,000 m race walk final, which was held on Saturday at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, Indian athlete Priyanka Goswami took second place to earn silver for her nation.

She recorded a personal best time of 43:38.00.

She was initially in the top spot, so she was always a medal contender.

Despite losing ground as she went along, she was still competitive enough to finish in second place.

“I’m thrilled to have brought India its first medal in race walking at the (hashtag)CWG. The gold medalist this time also took home the trophy at the previous CWG, but I’ll try to take home the trophy at the following.”

I’m extremely proud that my efforts caused the national flag to soar,” Priyanka Goswami told ANI.

Next up are the Asian Games and the Olympics.

All the nations I visited this year for the Olympics and other competitions are represented by the nail paint on my nails.

My family and my “Laddoo Gopal” are the recipients of my medal, she continued.

Australia’s Jemima Montag, who finished first and received the gold medal, did so in 42:34.30.

It’s not just a new CWG record; it’s also her personal best.

She began the race in third place.

But by the time she reached 5,000 meters, she had taken the lead and had stopped looking back.

The bronze medal was won by Kenyan Emily Wamusyi Ngii.

A personal best for her, she recorded timings of 43:50.86.

A personal best for her was the time she recorded: 43:50.86.

Bhawna Jat, another Indian competitor, placed eighth overall with a personal-best time of 47:14.13.

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