- 18 medals in India’s account so far
- Five medals received on the sixth day
- Loss of a place in the medal table
CWG 2022 Medals Tally: Commonwealth Games 2022 has been a great journey for India so far. Indian players have given record-breaking performances this time by performing many historic performances. India has 18 medals in its account in just six days. This includes five gold, six silver and seven bronze medals. The performance of weightlifters for India has been excellent and they have got 10 medals including three gold in weightlifting. However, despite winning five medals on the sixth day, India have suffered a loss in the medal tally. In such Let’s take a look at the medals tally and know where India occupies after six days…
India got a total of five medals on the sixth day, with the first ever medals in squash and high jump. Saurav Ghoshal won India a medal for the first time in a singles match of squash. He won the bronze medal by defeating the champion player of England. After this Tejaswin Shankar gave the country a medal in the high jump for the first time. He performed brilliantly and won the bronze in this athletics event. Apart from these, Lovepreet Singh and Gurdeep Singh won medals in weightlifting while Tulika Mann won silver in Judo.
Medalists of India
Gold (5): Mirabai Chanu, Jeremy Lalrinnunga, Anchita Sheuly, Women’s Lawn Balls Team, Table Tennis Men’s Team
Silver (6): Sanket Sargar, Bindiyarani Devi, Sushila Devi, Vikas Thakur, Indian badminton team, Tulika Mann
Bronze (7): Gururaja Pujari, Vijay Kumar Yadav, Harjinder Kaur, Lovepreet Singh, Saurav Ghoshal, Gurdeep Singh, Tejaswin Shankar
How many medals did India win in which sport?
- weightlifting– 10 (three gold, three silver and four bronze)
- lawn balls– 1 (Gold)
- table tennis– 1 (Gold)
- judo– 3 (two silver and one bronze)
- badminton– 1 (Silver)
- squash– 1 (Bronze)
- athletics– 1 (Bronze)
Major Changes in Medals Tally
Talking about the medal tally, here along with India, New Zealand and South Africa have also suffered big losses, while Canada and Scotland have got the advantage here. Scotland has moved up from seventh to number five, while Canada has moved up from fourth to third. At the same time, India has slipped from the sixth position to the seventh position. New Zealand has slipped from third to fourth and South Africa from fifth to sixth. These changes have been due to the increase in medals including gold medals of the countries.
Australia remains on top
Australia and hosts England have more than 100 medals in the medal tally. But Australia still occupies the number one spot at the forefront. He has a total of 123 medals including 46 Gold, 38 Silver and 39 Bronze. While England has 105 medals including 39 gold, 37 silver and 29 bronze.
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