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Events 2010   Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May  Jun  Jul  Aug  Sep  Oct  Nov  Dec 
Events in October 2010

Oct. 7 India’s Ravinder Singh (60 kg), Sanjay (74 kg) and Anil Kumar (96 kg) win CWG wrestling titles. Full Story
Oct. 8 Jamaica’s Lerone Clarke wins CWG 100m gold in a time of 10.12 seconds. Full Story
Oct. 9 Alka Tomar and Anita clinch gold in their respective categories – 59 kg and 67 kg – in women’s wrestling. Full Story
Somdev Devvarman became India’s first tennis gold medallist at the CWG with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Australia’s Greg Jones. Full Story
Oct. 10 Gagan Narang wins his fourth gold of the Delhi CWG, defending 3-position rifle individual title. Full Story
Australia’s Anastasia Rodionova wins the CWG women’s singles with 6-3, 2-6, 7-6(3) result over Sania Mirza. Full Story
Oct. 11 Krishna Poonia wins India’s second-ever CWG gold in athletics with a top finish in the women’s discus throw. Full Story
Oct. 12 Heena Sidhu shoots 384 to clinch the women’s air pistol pairs gold in the CWG. Full Story
India’s women’s relay team of (A.C. Ashwini, Manjeet Kaur, Mandeep Kaur and Sini Jose) runs to gold medal, finishing ahead of Nigeria and England. Full Story
Oct. 13 Sharath Kamal and Subhajit Saha win the CWG table tennis doubles gold. Full Story
Three Indian boxers win gold — Suranjoy Singh (52 kg), Manoj Kumar (64 kg) and Paramjeet Samota (plus-91 kg). Full Story
Oct. 14 Saina Nehwal wins gold in badminton singles gold. Full Story
Australia thrashes India 8-0 in the men’s hockey final. Full Story
CWG Delhi comes to an end. India finishes in second place in the medals tally. Full Story
Oct. 19 Tamil Nadu wins the South Zone T-20 cricket tournament for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in Hyderabad. Full Story
Oct. 23 Mr. N. Ramachandran gets re-elected to the post of World Squash Federation president for another two-year term. Full Story
Oct. 24 Roger Federer equals Pete Sampras’ career haul of 64 ATP titles with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Florian Mayer in the Stockholm Open. Full Story
Oct. 25 Sachin Tendulkar becomes the only current cricketer to be named in ESPN-Cricinfo’s all-time Test World XI. Full Story
Oct. 29 Caroline Wozniacki assures herself of the year-end No.1 WTA ranking, becoming the first Danish woman to do so. Full Story
Oct. 30 Olympic champion Elena Dementieva announces her retirement at the age of 29 after losing at the WTA Tour Championships in Doha. Full Story


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