CWG 2022 Medal Tally: Gold and Silver have strengthened India, such is the appearance of the medal table

Seven days of the Commonwealth Games 2022 have been completed and so far 20 medals have come in India’s account, in which 6 are gold, 7 silver and 7 bronze.

Sudhir (left) won gold and Murali Sreeshankar (right) won silver medals.

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Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 Another day proved to be good for India. Thursday 4 August also the seventh day of the Games India The bag was full of medals. Although, compared to the past days, this time only two medals came, but their color is very bright. Just before the end of the seventh day’s program, India got one gold and one silver, which has taken India’s medal tally to 20. However, India is still at the seventh position in the medal table.

Sreeshankar and Sudhir created history

Good news came from athletics and para powerlifting for India on Thursday. Indian jumpers created history for the second consecutive day at the Alexander Stadium. On Wednesday, Tejaswin Shankar won the bronze in the high jump, while on Thursday, Murali Sreeshankar won the silver medal in the long jump. He became only the second Indian athlete to win a Commonwealth Games medal and the first Indian to win a silver in the men’s long jump.

On the other hand, para powerlifting events started from Thursday itself. For the first time, Para Games have been included in CWG along with other games. India was disappointed in most of the events on the first day of Para Powerlifting, but in the last event of the day, the men’s heavyweight, Sudhir of India won the gold, setting a Games record. This is India’s first gold medal in Para Powerlifting in the history of CWG.

With the help of these two medals, India’s total number of medals has reached 20. There are a total of 6 gold, 7 silver and 7 bronze only. However, despite this, India is in seventh place as on Wednesday.

Boxers stamped

India may have got only 2 medals today, but Indian boxers stamped 4 medals. Amit Panghal, Jasmine, Sagar and Rohit Tokas reached the semi-finals of their respective events. That is, with the results of the semi-finals and finals in the next two-three days, India’s tally will increase further.

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Australia’s fifty

Talking about the top, Australia is still occupied here and has completed half-century of gold medals. Australia has a total of 132 medals including 50 gold. However, hosts England have narrowed the gap further. He has 118 medals including 42 gold.