CWG 2022 Medals Tally: India hit medals on the fifth day

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CWG 2022 India Medals Tally after day 5

CWG 2022 India Medals Tally: India’s medal tally in the Commonwealth Games is steadily increasing. In the 22nd Commonwealth Games being played in Birmingham, Indian players have won 13 medals in five days. The country has also got five gold medals in this. Weightlifters have won the most medals from India so far. So far, India has got eight medals including three gold in this game. Now today is a new day and India will present its claim in many sports. India has to play three medal matches in hockey, cricket, boxing as well as weightlifting today, while athletics will also keep an eye on the players. At present Let’s take a look at the medal tally and know where India occupies after five days…

Indian players have so far won five gold, five silver and three bronze medals. India has got the maximum eight medals in weightlifting. This was followed by two medals in Judo, one each in Badminton-Table Tennis and Lawn Balls. That is, India has a total of 13 medals so far and remains in sixth place in the medal table.

medal winners of india

  • Gold (5): Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga, Anchita Sheuly, Women’s Lawn Balls Team, Men’s Table Tennis Team
  • silver (5): Sanket Sargar, Bindiyarani Devi, Sushila Devi, Vikas Thakur, Indian badminton team
  • bronze (3): Gururaja Pujari, Vijay Kumar Yadav, Harjinder Kaur
rank Country Gold silver bronze total medal
1 Australia 42 32 32 106
2 England 31 34 21 86
3 New Zealand 13 7 6 26
4 Canada 11 16 19 46
5 South Africa 6 5 5 16
6 India 5 5 3 13


3 8 15 26
8 Wales 3 2 8 13
9 Malaysia 3 2 3 8
10 Nigeria 3 1 4 8

Australia completes 100 medals

Talking about the medal tally, the Australian players are completely dominating here. Australia has completed the century of medals in just five days. He has a total of 106 medals with 42 Gold, 32 Silver and 32 Bronze and remains at the top. The hosts England are in second place after Australia. He has 86 medals (Gold-31, Silver-24, Bronze-21). On the other hand, New Zealand remains at number three with 26 medals (Gold-13, Silver-7, Bronze-6).

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