CWG 2022 Medal Tally

Australia has maintained its position in the first place and has won the maximum 46 gold. Out of this, he has got 25 gold only from swimming.

For India, Tulika won silver in Judo and Sourav won Bronze in Squash.

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Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham From India There is always good news coming for you. After raising flags in weightlifting in the initial days, India has started collecting medals in other sports as well. its effect medal table It is visible in the form of increasing number of medals of India, where after six days, 18 medals came in India’s account. However, this time despite more medals, instead of improving India’s ranking, there was a slight loss. At the same time, Australia remains in the top position.

The condition of the medal remained like this on the sixth day

On Wednesday, August 3, India again showed its excellence in weightlifting and won 2 bronze medals. However, the other sports where India opened its account got the most buzz. Veteran Saurav Ghosal won a bronze medal for India in squash, India’s first singles medal in CWG history. In athletics, high jumper Tejaswin Shankar also created history by winning the bronze. He became the first Indian man to win a medal in this event. Apart from these, there was also special success in Judo, where Tulika Mann made a mark by winning silver.

India’s loss

In this way, India won a total of 5 medals on Wednesday, taking India’s medal tally to 18. There are currently 5 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze medals in the name of the country. Even after winning 5 medals more than a day earlier, the Indian team slipped one place to seventh from sixth place. This happened because Scotland overtook India and South Africa by winning a total of 4 gold medals in a single day. Scotland now has 7 golds and hence has moved to fifth place.

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Australian swimmers still on the last day

Australia remains in the first place, with a total of 123 medals including 46 gold in its account. Swimming once again brought the most success for Australia. On the last day of swimming, Australia won a total of 9 medals including 3 gold. In this way, Australia won a total of 65 medals including 25 gold with the help of swimmers. However, England has now further narrowed the gap with Australia and has consolidated its hold on the second spot. So far, medals have been received in the accounts of 32 countries, in which 486 medals including 158 gold have been distributed.