Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal, Nitu Ganghas bag GOLD, India grab 48 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally – CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally: India’s Boxers Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal and Nitu Ganghas bagged Gold…

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Wrestler Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik bagged gold, India bags 23 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally
Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Wrestler Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik bagged gold, India bags 23 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally – CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally: India’s Boxers Nikhat Zareen, Amit Panghal and Nitu Ganghas bagged Gold medals in their respective categories. India’s Triple Jumper Eldhose Paul too bagged gold, while Table Tennis Mixed doubles pair Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal clinched gold. India is at the fifth spot on the Commonwealth Games Medals tally. India currently has bagged 55 Medals overall.  Check complete LIST of Indian Medal Winners in CWG 2022  Follow Commonwealth Games LIVE updates & Check India CWG Medals Tally with InsideSport.IN 

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Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Bajrang Punia & Sakshi Malik bag GOLD, India grab 23 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

Ravi Dahiya, Vinesh Phogat and Naveen added three more gold medals to India’s tally as all the 12 Wrestlers who represented India at CWG 2022 bagged medals in the sport. Para Table Tennis player Bhavina Patel also won gold by winning the women’s singles final. Earlier in the day, Priyanka sealed India’s first medal as she bagged the silver in the women’s 10km racewalking on Saturday. Avinash Sable also added athletics silver as he finished second in the Men’s 3000m steeplechase. India Men’s Four Lawn Bowls team added another silver.

The Women’s Lawn Bowls team created history by winning the Gold medal in the sport on Tuesday. They defeated South Africa 17-10 to win the first-ever medal for India in the sport in the Commonwealth Games. This is also India’s first medal in a team sport at CWG 2022. Vikas Thakur then lifted the silver in the Men’s 96kg category in weighting. With this, India’s medals tally rose to 13 medals.

Mirabai Chanu won India’s first gold medal on Saturday, Following her Weightlifters Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli adding two more gold medals for India in the sport. Indian Weightlifters have so far won seven medals in the sport. The other two medals were bagged by India’s Judokas Shushila Dei Limabam, who bagged silver and Vijay Kumar Yadav won Bronze.

CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

Position Countries Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia 66 55 53 174
2 England 55 59 52 166
3 Canada 26 31 34 91
4 New Zealand 19 12 17 48
5 India 18 15 22 55
6 Scotland 12 11 26 49
7 Nigeria 12 9 14 35
8 Wales 8 6 13 27
9 South Africa 7 9 11 27
10 Northern Ireland 7 7 4 18
11 Malaysia 6 7 6 19
12 Jamaica 6 6 3 15
13 Kenya 6 5 10 21
14 Trinidad & Tobago 3 2 1 6
15 Uganda 3 0 2 5
16 Singapore 2 4 4 10
17 Cyprus 2 3 6 11
18 Pakistan 2 3 3 8
19 Samoa 1 4 0 5
20 Barbados 1 1 1 3
20 Cameroon 1 1 1 3
20 Zambia 1 1 1 3
23 Grenada 1 1 0 2
23 The Bahamas 1 1 0 2
25 Bermuda 1 0 1 2
26 British Virgin Is. 1 0 0 1
27 Mauritius 0 3 2 5
28 Ghana 0 2 3 5
29 Fiji 0 2 2 4
30 Mozambique 0 2 1 3
31 Sri Lanka 0 1 3 4
32 Tanzania 0 1 2 3
33 Botswana 0 1 1 2
33 Guernsey 0 1 1 2
35 Dominica 0 1 0 1
35 Papua New Guinea 0 1 0 1
35 St Lucia 0 1 0 1
35 The Gambia 0 1 0 1
39 Namibia 0 0 4 4
40 Malta 0 0 1 1
40 Nauru 0 0 1 1
40 Niue 0 0 1 1
40 Vanuatu 0 0 1 1

More than 5000 athletes from 72 nations are set to fight for medals in 20 different sports in the upcoming edition of the multinational event. 215 athletes will represent the country in this year’s edition and they all will be playing at Birmingham with the sole aim of bagging medals and making their country proud.

India at Commonwealth Games 2022

215 athletes from the nation will be participating in 15 different sports events like Athletics, Badminton, Cycling, Boxing, Hockey, Judo, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Triathlon, Weightlifting and also Cricket which is making its debut at the Games. Cricket will be a women’s only event and will be in the T20 format. India will be facing a stiff challenge from countries like England, Australia and Canada across all sporting events.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Lifter Sudeep Bags GOLD, Murali Sreeshankar wins silver, India bags 20 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

India’s MEDAL WINNERS CWG 2022:

  1. Gold – Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting women’s 49kg
  2. Gold – Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Weightlifting men’s 67kg
  3. Gold – Achinta Sheuli – Weightlifting men’s 73kg
  4. Gold – Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey – Lawn Bowls women’s fours
  5. Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai – Table tennis men’s team
  6. Gold – Sudhir – Para Powerlifting men’s heavyweight
  7. Gold -Vinesh Phogat – Wrestling women’s freestyle 53kg
  8. Gold – Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Wrestling men’s freestyle 57kg
  9. Gold – Naveen – Wrestling men’s freestyle 74kg
  10. Gold – Bajrang Punia – Wrestling men’s freestyle 65kg
  11. Gold – Sakshi Malik – Wrestling women’s freestyle 62kg
  12. Gold – Deepak Punia – Wrestling men’s freestyle 86kg
  13. Gold – Bhavina Patel – Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  14. Gold – Amit Panghal –  Boxing Men’s over 48kg-51kg (Flyweight)
  15. Gold – Nitu Ganghas – Boxing Women’s Over 45kg-48kg (Minimumweight)
  16. Gold – Nikhat Zareen – Boxing Women’s Over 49-50 kg (Lightflyweight)
  17. Gold – Eldhose Paul – Men’s Triple Jump
  18. Gold – Sharath Kamal / Srija Akula – Table Tennis Mixed Doubles
  19. Silver – Anshu Malik – Wrestling women’s freestyle 57kg
  20. Silver – Murali Sreeshankar – Men’s Long Jump
  21. Silver – Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu – Badminton mixed team
  22. Silver – Vikas Thakur – Weighlifting men’s 96kg
  23. Silver – Shushila Devi Likmabam – Judo women’s 48kg
  24. Silver – Bindyarani Devi – Weightlifting women’s 55kg
  25. Silver – Tulika Maan – Judo women’s +78kg
  26. Silver – Sanket Sargar – Weightlifting men’s 55kg
  27. Silver – Avinash Sable – Men’s 3000m steeplechase
  28. Silver – Priyanka Goswami – Women’s 10km race walk
  29. Silver – Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Navaneeth Singh – Lawn bowls men’s fours
  30. Silver – Abdulla Aboobacker – Men’s Triple Jump
  31. Silver – Sharath Kamal / Sathiyan G – Table Tennis Men’s Doubles
  32. Silver – India Women’s Cricket Team
  33. Bronze – Gururaja Poojary – Weightlifting men’s 61kg’
  34. Bronze – Vijay Kumar Yadav – Judo men’s 60kg
  35. Bronze – Harjinder Kaur – Weightlifting women’s 71kg
  36. Bronze – Lovepreet Singh – Weightlifting men’s 109kg
  37. Bronze – Saurav Ghosal – Squash men’s singles
  38. Bronze – Gurdeep Singh – Weightlifting men’s 109kg+
  39. Bronze – Tejaswin Shankar – Men’s high jump
  40. Bronze – Divya Kakran – Weightlifting women’s 68kg
  41. Bronze – Mohit Grewal – Weightlifting men’s 125kg
  42. Bronze- Jaismine- Boxing women’s lightweight 60kg
  43. Bronze – Pooja Gehlot – Wrestling freestyle women’s 57kg
  44. Bronze – Sihag – Wrestling freestyle women’s 76kg
  45. Bronze – Hussamuddin – Men’s boxing featherweight
  46. Bronze – Deepak Nehra – Wrestling freestyle men’s 97kg
  47. Bronze – Sonalben Patel – Para Table tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  48. Bronze – Rohit Tokas – Boxing Men’s Welterweight 67kg
  49. Bronze – Mohammad Hussamuddin – Men’s Featherweight 56kg
  50. Bronze – Jaismine Lamboria – Women’s Lightweight 60kg
  51. Bronze – Sandeep Kumar – Men’s 10,000m Racewalking
  52. Bronze – Annu Rani – Women’s Javelin Throw
  53. Bronze – Women’s Hockey Team
  54. Bronze – Kidambi Srikanth  – Men’s Singles Badminton
  55. Bronze – Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Badminton

India’s performance in 2018 Commonwealth Games

In the 2018 edition of the Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast, India bagged 66 medals in total which included 26 Gold, 20 Silver and 20 Bronze. With this performance, India finished third on the Medal tally which was their second-best finish in the event after the 2010 Commonwealth Games at Delhi, where they finished second.

India’s best performance was in Shooting where the country bagged 16 medals including 7 Gold, 4 Silver and 5 Bronze. Unfortunately, Shooting will not be part of the Games this year. However, India is expected to continue their dominance in Wrestling, Weightlifting, Table Tennis and Badminton. In all these events, the nation finished in the top spot on the table.

 
Rank CGA Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia* 80 59 59 198
2 England 45 45 46 136
3 India 26 20 20 66
4 Canada 15 40 27 82
5 New Zealand 15 16 15 46
6 South Africa 13 11 13 37
7 Wales 10 12 14 36
8 Scotland 9 13 22 44
9 Nigeria 9 9 6 24
10 Cyprus 8 1 5 14

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally: Bajrang Punia & Sakshi Malik bag GOLD, India grab 23 medals overall: Check CWG 2022 Latest Medals Tally

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