Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally: India, Australia dominate at number 6 with six medals

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally: So far, a total of 189 medals have been distributed in different events, while a total of 24 countries have opened accounts.

India won 2 gold medals in weightlifting on Sunday.

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Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 The third day has also been completed and once again it is time to know the condition of the medal table. By every guess and expectation, Australia dominated the third day on the strength of their star swimmers and strengthened their hold on the first place in the medal tally. There itself weightlifters of india Not only lifted the record weight, but also successfully carried the weight of medal winning hopes and reached the sixth position in the medal tally.

Indian weightlifters continue to shine

The third day of the Games on Sunday 31 July did not bring much medals for India, but the medals that came were the brightest. For India on Sunday too, two young weightlifters achieved golden success in their debut games. Started by 19-year-old Jeremy Lalrinnunga. In men’s 65 kg, Jeremy won the first gold of the day and the second gold of the Games for India. Then in the last event of the day, 20-year-old Achint Shuli won the second gold of the day and the third overall in the men’s 73 kg.

Team India jump

These strong performances of Jeremy and Achint took India up two places in the medal table compared to Saturday. India now has 6 medals including 3 gold and thus India has got the sixth position. All India’s medals have come in weightlifting, in which apart from 3 gold, there are also 2 silver and 1 bronze. India has won the maximum 6 medals in weightlifting. India has so far got medals in all except one event in weightlifting. Poppy Hazarika ranked seventh only among women.

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Australian swimmers dominate

If we talk about the whole tally, then like every time Australia is still in the first place and its growth is very high. Australia has won 22 gold medals so far, out of which 11 are in swimming. Not only gold, but he is also number one in overall medals. He also has 13 silver and 17 bronze. That is, a total of 52 medals have been given to Australia. In second place is hosts England, which is far behind with 11 gold. Till the third day, a total of 189 medals have been won in different events, while a total of 24 countries have made it to the medal table.

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