NEW DELHI: India continued with their amazing Commonwealth Games run as women runners claimed a gold in 4*400 mt relay, taking the overall tally to 32 golds.

Keralite athlete Sini Jose, who ran in the second lap, brought lead to the team. Sini Jose has now become the first Keralite to win gold in Commonwealth Games.

The 1,600m relay squad of Manjeet Kaur, Sini Jose, Chidananda Ashwini and Mandeep Kaur ran a blistering race to cross the line first in 3 mins, 27.77 secs to give India their 32nd gold medal of the Games, a new high from a single edition for the country. The hosts also maintained their second position in the medals table behind Australia with a tally 32-25-32.

India's previous record gold tally was 30 eight years ago from Manchester, England.

India had earlier continued to fill their kitty with more and more medals as the shooting team bagged a gold and two silver medals on the ninth day of the Commonwealth Games, here at the Dr. Karni Singh shooting range on Tuesday.

Shooters Hina Sidhu and Anu Raj Singh bagged the gold in 10m Air Pistol Pairs event, to raise India’s tally at the Commonwealth Games to 31 gold medals. This was also the 14th gold medal contributed by the shooting team to India’s tally.

Meanwhile, world champion Tejaswini Sawant won the silver in 50m Rifle Prone event and Chandrashekhar Kumar Chaudhary and Samresh Jung added another silver medal through 25m Standard Pistol Pairs event.

In the women’s 10 metre air pistol, India, Australia and Canada were tied for the gold with 759 points. Canada got the bronze on the basis of lesser number of perfect 10s, they shot 14, while India and Australia had 21 each. India bagged the gold on the basis of count-back.

Heena (384) and Annu (375) clinched the 14th gold medal from the shooting range. The silver went to Australian shooters Dina Aspandiyarova (384) and Pamela McKenzie (375) and Canadian duo Dorothy Ludwig (380) and Lynda Hare (379) settled for the bronze.

In the women’s 50 metre prone event, Scotland’s Jen McIntosh won the gold with a Games record of 597. She broke the record of 590 set by Australian Carolyn Quigley and India’s Roopa Unnikrishnan at the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Games.

Tejaswini, who is India’s first women’s world champion, got the silver with a score of 594 and Welsh’s Johanne Brekke settled for the bronze with 593 points.

In the men’s 25 metre standard pistol, Jung (561) and Chaudhary (542) got the silver with a score of 1,103. The gold went to Singapore’s Bin Gai (564) and Lip Meng Poh (552) with a total score of 1,116. England’s veteran shooter Michael Gault (554) and Iqbal Ubhi (544) won the bronze with a total of 1,098.