India has so far won 5 gold medals in the Games, out of which 3 gold has come in weightlifting, while one gold each has been found in lawn balls and table tennis.
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Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 One stop is almost complete. Five days of the Games have been completed and the race for medals is getting faster. However, the race is currently mainly starting from the third position, as Australia continues to dominate the first place and have a huge lead, while hosts England have increased their pace in the second place. matter if India If so, then the fifth day of the Games was good for India and 4 medals including 2 gold came.
India won historic gold
India’s performance on Tuesday 2 August was better than the previous day. On behalf of India, women won the hearts of everyone by winning the historic gold medal in the team event of lawn balls. After this, in the men’s team event, the Indian table tennis team strengthened the number of medals in India by winning the gold medal for the second time in a row. Apart from these, Vikas Thakur got silver medals for India in the mixed team event of weightlifting and badminton.
Medals increased, no change in rank
This performance increased India’s medal tally from 9 on Tuesday to 13. However, despite this, the ranking in the medal table did not make any difference. The Indian team is in sixth place with a total of 13 medals including 5 gold. Not just India, but there was no change in the top 6 positions in the table.
Day 5 is done. Here’s how the table is looking👀
Watch out South Africa, India are hot on your tail🔥
— Birmingham 2022 (@birminghamcg22) August 2, 2022
Australia-England clash continues
Australia continues to dominate at number one and has also taken a good lead. Australia has 106 medals including 42 gold so far. Like every time, on Tuesday also the swimmers contributed the most and won a total of 17 more medals including 6 gold. At the same time, hosts England also increased their pace through different games and strengthened their position in the second place. So far, medals have come in the account of a total of 29 countries and athletes have won 391 medals including 128 gold.