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Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally and Table, India Wins 56 Medals

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally: The 22nd Commonwealth Games 2022 going on in Birmingham is marching towards its end. Australia still holds the top position in the commonwealth games 2022 medal tally table with a total of 176 medals. India has ranked up its position and stands at 4th position in the Medal Tally of Commonwealth Games 2022. PV Sindhu clinched her first Gold Medal in the Women’s Singles at the CWG 2022. In this article, we have provided the detailed information on the Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally

From 28th July to 8th August 2022, nearly 200 Indian athletes will be seen competing for medals across 16 different sports at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. The 22nd edition of the commonwealth games is currently going on in Birmingham, England.  As the multi-sport event is getting closed, India has proven to be amongst the top performing nations along with Australia, New Zealand, England, and Canada at the CWG 2022.

Commonwealth Games 2022 List of India Medals

In the Commonwealth Games 2022, Indian Team is showing a extraordinary performance and till now India has clinched 19 Golds, 15 silver, and 22 bronze making a total of 56 medals. Sanket Sargar was the first Indian to win a medal in Birmingham, bagging a silver in the men’s 55kg weightlifting event. Mirabai Chanu was the first Indian to win a gold at CWG 2022 while Jeremy Lalrinnunga was the first Indian man to clinch top podium at Birmingham. The detailed medal tally of team India is listed below:

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals List
Sport Events Athlete/Team Medal
Weightlifting Men’s 109 Kg Lovepreet Singh Bronze
Squash Men’s singles Saurav ghosal Bronze
Judo Women’s +78 Kg Tulika Maan Silver
Weightlifting Men’s +109 Kg Gurdeep Singh Bronze
Athletics Men’s high Jump Tejaswin Shankar Bronze
Badminton Mixed Badminton Gopichand Silver
Table Tennis Men’s table tennis Indian Table Tennins Team Gold
Weightlifting Men’s 96 kg Vikas Thakur Silver
Lawn Bowls Women’s Fours Fours team-

Lovely Choubey
Pinki
Natanmoni Saikia
Rupa Rani Tirkey

Gold
Weightlifting Men’s 55kg Sanket Sargar Silver
Weightlifting Men’s 61kg Gururaja Poojary Bronze
Weightlifting Women’s 49kg Mirabai Chanu Gold
Weightlifting Women’s 55kg Bindyarani Devi Silver
Weightlifting Men’s 67kg Jeremy Lalrinnunga Gold
Weightlifting Men’s 73kg Achinta Sheuli Gold
Judo Women’s 48kg Sushila Devi Likmabam Silver
Judo Men’s 60kg Vijay Kumar Yadav Bronze
Weightlifting Women’s 71kg Harjinder Kaur Bronze
Athletics Men’s Long Jump Murali Shreeshankar Silver
Para Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight Sudhir Gold
Wrestling Women’s 57Kg Freestyle Anshu Malik Silver
Wrestling Men’s 65 Kg Freestyle Bajrang Punia Gold
Wrestling Women’s 62 Kg Freestyle Sakshi Malik Gold
Wrestling Men’s 86 Kg Freestyle Deepak Punia Gold
Wrestling Women’s 68 Kg Freestyle Divya Kakran Bronze
Wrestling Men’s 125 Kg Freestyle Mohit Grewal Bronze
Athletics Women’s 10000m race walk Priyanka Goswami Silver
Athletics Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Avinash Sable Silver
Lawn Bowls Men’s Fours Indian Men’s Team Silver
Boxing Women’s 60 Kg Lightweight Jaismine Lamboria Bronze
Wrestling Women’s 50 Kg Freestyle Pooja Gehlot Bronze
Wrestling Women’s 53 Kg Freestyle Vinesh Phogat Gold
Wrestling Men’s 57 Kg Freestyle Ravi Kumar Dahiya Gold
Wrestling Men’s 74 Kg Freestyle Naveen Gold
Wrestling Women’s 76 Kg Freestyle Pooja Sihag Bronze
Wrestling Men’s 97 Kg Freestyle Deepak Nehra Bronze
Boxing Men’s 57 Kg Featherweight Mohammad Hussamuddin Bronze
Boxing Men’s 67kg welterweight Rohit Tokas Bronze
Para Table Tennis Women’s singles Classes 3-5 Sonalben Patel Bronze
Para Table Tennis Women’s singles classes 3-5 Bhavina Patel Bronze
Hockey Women’s Hockey Women’s Hockey Team Bronze
Boxing Women’s 48kg minimumweight Nitu Ghangas Gold
Boxing Men’s 51kg flyweight Amit Panghal Gold
Athletics Men’s Triple Jump Eldhose Paul Gold
Athletics Men’s Triple Jump Abdulla Aboobacker Silver
Athletics Men’s 10000m race walk Sandeep Kumar Bronze
Athletics Women’s javelin throw Annu Rani Bronze
Boxing Women’s 50kg light flyweight Nikhat Zareen Gold
Table Tennis Men’s Doubles Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan Silver
Squash Mixed Doubles Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal Bronze
Badminton Men’s Singles Kidambi Srikanth Bronze
Cricket Women’s T20 Women’s Cricket Team Silver
Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula Gold
Badminton Women’s Doubles Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Bronze
Boxing Men’s 92+kg super heavyweight Sagar Ahlawat Silver
Badminton Women’s Singles P V Sindhu Gold

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally in Hindi

Commonwealth Games 2022: Medal Tally and Table

In the commonwealth games 2022 at present Australia is leading the medal tally with 176 medals. England is at the second position followed by, Canada, India and New Zealand, Scotland, Nigeria, Wales, and South Africa. We have provided the medal tally of commonwealth games 2022.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medals Tally & Table
Country Gold  Silver Bronze Total
Australia 66 57 53 176
England 55 59 53 167
Canada 26 32 34 92
India 19 15 22 56
New Zealand 19 12 17 48
Scotland 13 11 26 50
Nigeria 12 9 14 35
Wales 8 6 14 28
South Africa 7 9 11 27
Northern Ireland 7 7 4 18

Commonwealth Games 2022: Venues List

Here, we are discussing list of venues of CWG 2022.  The venues for the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be based in Birmingham, Cannock Chase, Coventry, Royal Leamington Spa, Sandwell, Solihull, Warwick, Wolverhampton, and London.

Country Stadium Sport/Event
Birmingham Alexander Stadium (Renovated) Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, Athletics
Arena Birmingham (Existing) Gymnastics
Edgbaston Cricket Ground (Existing) Cricket
Smithfield (Purpose-built temporary stadia) 3×3 Basketball, 3×3 Wheelchair Basketball, Beach Volleyball
Sutton Park (Existing) Triathlon
University of Birmingham (Existing) Hockey, Squash
Victoria Square (Existing) Marathon (finish)
West Midlands Region Cannock Chase District: Cannock Chase (Existing) Cycling (Mountain Bike, Road, Time Trial)
Coventry: Coventry Arena (Existing)  Rugby Sevens, Judo, Wrestling
Leamington Spa: Victoria Park (Existing) Lawn Bowls
 Sandwell: Sandwell Aquatics Centre (Purpose-built) Aquatics
 Solihull: National Exhibition Centre (Existing) Hall 1 – Weightlifting, Para Powerlifting
Hall 3 – Table Tennis, Para Table Tennis
Hall 4 – Boxing
Hall 5 – Badminton
Solihull: NEC Arena (Existing) Netball
Warwick: St. Nicholas’ Park (Existing) Cycling (Road Race)
Wolverhampton: West Park (Existing) Cycling (Time Trials)
Greater London London: Lee Valley VeloPark (Existing) Cycling (Track)

Commonwealth Games 2022: Indian Medal Winners By Sport

In Commenwealth Games 2022, There are many athletes who are doing extremely good and some won medals for India in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Indian women’s Lawn Bowls team has made history by clinching the gold medal in the lawn bowl event. The team members who make this day come are Lovely choubey, pinki, Natanmoni Saikia and Rupa Rani Tirkey.
India has won 10 medals in weightlifting, 3 medals in Judo, 3 medals in Table tennis, 4 medals in Badminton and 2 medals in Lawn Bowls.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Indian Medal Winners
Sport Gold medal Silver medal Bronze medal Total
Weightlifting 3 3 4 10
Judo 0 2 1 3
Lawn bowls 1 1 0 2
Table Tennis 2 1 0 3
Badminton 1 1 2 4
Hockey 0 0 1 1
Cricket 0 1 0 1
Athletics 1 4 3 8
Boxing 3 1 3 7
Squash 0 0 2 2
Wrestling 6 1 5 12
Para Table Tennis 1 0 1 2
Para Powerlifting 1 0 0 1
TOTAL 19 15 22 56

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally India Ranking

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally India stands on 4th rank with 56 medals. Australia is ranking first on the medal tally of Commonwealth Games 2022. The Australian team is leading with 66 Gold medals, 57 silver medals, and 53 Bronze medals. The total medal count of Australia is 176.

Commonwealth Games 2022: Medals in Weightlifting Category

  1. Weightlifting women’s 49kg: Mirabai Chanu, Gold
  2. Weightlifting women’s 55kg: Bindyarani Devi, Silver
  3. Weightlifting men’s 55kg: Sanket Sargar, Silver
  4. Weightlifting men’s 61kg: Gururaja Poojary, Bronze
  5. Weightlifting men’s 73kg: Anchinta Sheuli, Gold
  6. Weightlifting men’s 67kg: Jeremy Lalrinnunga, Gold
  7. India received another silver by Shushila Likmabam in 48kg women’s Judo.
  8. Bronze medal by Vijay Kumar Yadav in men’s 60kg Judo.
  9. Harjinder Kaur wins bronze in women’s weightlifting 71kg.
  10. Silver medal clinched by Vikas thakur in weightlifting men’s 96 kg.

What is the Commonwealth of Nations

Commonwealth of Nations is a group of countries which were under the colonial rule of The British Empire.

Commenwealth Games 2022

The first Commonwealth Game was conducted in the year 1930 in the Hamilton city of Canada. Earlier Commonwealth Games was known as British Empire Games. In the first commonwealth games 11 countries participated in the 59 events held. In the table below we have provided the year, country and the city where the commonwealth games took place.

Year Country City
1930 Canada Hamilton
1934 England London
1938 Australia Sydney
1950 New Zealand Auckland
1954 Canada Vancouver
1558 Wales Cardiff
1962 Australia Perth
1966 Jamaica Kingston
1970 Scotland Edinburgh
1974 New Zealand Christchurch
1978 Canada Edmonton
1982 Australia Brisbane
1986 Scotland Edinburgh
1990 New Zealand Auckland
1994 Canada Victoria
1998 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
2002 England Manchester
2006 Australia Melbourne
2010 India Delhi
2014 Scotland Glasgow
2018 Australia Gold Coast
2022 England Birmingham

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FAQs: Commonwealth Games 2022

Q.1 Who won Commonwealth Games 2022 India medals?

Ans: India has clinched 19 gold, 15 silver, and 22 bronze making a total of 56 medals. Sanket Sargar was the first Indian to win a medal in Birmingham, bagging a silver in the men’s 55kg weightlifting event. Mirabai Chanu was the first Indian to win a gold at CWG 2022 while Jeremy Lalrinnunga was the first Indian man to clinch top podium at Birmingham.

Q.2 Who won bronze medal in Commonwealth Games 2022?

Ans: Lovepreet Singh*delivered India’s ninth weightlifting* podium finish at the Commonwealth Games 2022 after winning a bronze medal in the men’s 109kg event on 3rd August 2022.

Q.3 Who won first medal for India in commonwealth games 2022?

Ans: Mirabai chanu won first medal for India in commonwealth games 2022.

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