Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal List: So far, a total of 3 gold medals have come in India’s account, which is currently keeping India in sixth place in the medal table.
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Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 Four days have passed. There have been many events and dozens of medals have also been distributed. Still, there has not been much change in the medal table. Like on the first day, Australia is on top on the fourth day and the number of medals is increasing rapidly. There itself India For the fourth day also brought a medal. Although not many medals came, but India’s name was definitely confirmed on some other medals. Even after the fourth day, India remains in the sixth place.
Monday, August 1, was definitely the fourth day of the Games, but it was the third day in a row for India in terms of medals, when India’s name was written on the medals. Like the last two days, this time also a medal came from weightlifting. Harjinder Kaur won the bronze medal in the women’s 71 kg category. In this way, India won the second bronze and overall 7th medal in weightlifting.
Judo raises India’s tally
India’s medal tally got diversity for the first time on Monday and the reason for this was judo. In such a game, in which India’s identity is nominal and in which India did not get much success, India won two medals in a single day. Sushila Devi, who won judo silver for India for the first time in 2014, again showed her mettle and won another silver.
Apart from him, Vijay Kumar Yadav took bronze through repechage. In this way, India is in sixth place with a total of 9 medals, 3 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze.
A quick glimpse at the medal table at the end of Day 4
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India will hope to get gold in the finals of lawn ball, badminton mixed team and table tennis men’s team on Tuesday, while there is a possibility of medals in other events including weightlifting, so that the situation can improve further.
Australian swimmers continue to shine
If we talk about the whole table, then Australia continues to dominate the top. Australia has won a total of 71 medals with 31 gold. Swimming once again put the maximum 7 medals in Australia’s bag. So far, swimmers have won 39 medals for Australia, including 16 gold. In all, 26 countries have won medals till August 1. At the same time, a total of 276 medals have been given so far.