The 2022 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games, Here are the details of Commonwealth Games medal tally.
Commonwealth Games 2022:Table, Medal tally, India
Birmingham was announced as host on 21 December 2017, marking England’s third time hosting the Commonwealth Games after London 1934 and Manchester 2002, and the 7th Games in the United Kingdom after London and Manchester, Cardiff 1958, Edinburgh 1970 and 1986 and Glasgow 2014.
|Motto||Sport is just the beginning|
|Nations participating||72 Commonwealth nations|
|Events||280 in 20 sports|
|Opening ceremony||28 July 2022|
|Closing ceremony||8 August 2022|
The Games was the largest ever held, with 72 participating nations and ticket sales of 1.2 million.
It was also the first major international multi-sports event to be an integrated event, meaning that the para and non-para games are held at the same time.
In addition, it was the first games to host more women’s gold medals than men’s.
Commonwealth Games 2022 Table
The 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham came to a close with Australia topping the medal table with 178 medals.
Since the first Commonwealth Games held in Canada in 1930, Australia has accrued a record 1,001 gold medals.
Australia arrived in Birmingham with 934 gold medals and needed to reach 66 medals to hit the 1,000 milestone.
On day 10 the Diamonds did the honours, winning Australia’s 1,000th gold medal with a thrilling 55-51 victory over Jamaica in the netball final.
The Kookaburras then took that record even further, winning their seventh straight men’s hockey Commonwealth gold medal, bringing Australia’s total to 1,001.
Host country England currently has the second-highest number of Commonwealth gold medals at 773, followed by Canada, India and New Zealand.
Commonwealth games medal tally
The Gambia won its first silver medal in the history of the Commonwealth Games.
|15||Trinidad and Tobago||3||2||1||6|
|26||British Virgin Islands||1||0||0||1|
|Papua New Guinea||0||1||0||1|
|Totals (43 CGAs)||280||282||315||877|
India won 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals to record its fifth-best medal haul in CWG history.
Gold medal winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2022 :
- Gold – PV Sindhu – Badminton Women’s Singles
- Gold – Lakshya Sen – Badminton Men’s Singles
- Gold – Nikhat Zareen – Boxing Women’s Light Flyweight
- Gold -Vinesh Phogat – Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 53kg
- Gold – Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg
- Gold – Naveen – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 74kg
- Gold – Sharath Kamal – Table Tennis men’s singles
- Gold – Nitu Ghanghas – Boxing Minimumweight
- Gold – Amit Panghal – Boxing Flyweight
- Gold – Bajrang Punia – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 65kg
- Gold – Sakshi Malik – Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 62kg
- Gold – Deepak Punia – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 86kg
- Gold – Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting Women’s 49kg
- Gold – Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Weightlifting Men’s 67kg
- Gold – Achinta Sheuli – Weightlifting Men’s 73kg
- Gold – Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey – Lawn Bowls Women’s Fours
- Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty – Table Tennis Men’s Team
- Gold – Sudhir – Para Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight
- Gold – Bhavina Patel – Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
- Gold- Eldhose Paul- Men’s Triple Jump
- Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula – Table Tennis Mixed Team
- Gold – Satwik Sairaj Rankireddi and Chirag Shetty – Badminton men’s doubles
India won four gold medals on the final day of Commonwealth Games 2022 through PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, Achanta Sharath Kamal and the men’s doubles badminton pair. India finished on 61 medals, including 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze. Catch CWG 2022, day 11 highlights.