Over the first five days of the Commonwealth Games medal tally in Birmingham, Australia dominated the medal tally, sitting comfortably ahead of the field, thanks largely to an even stronger showing in the pool. They are still going strong on day six as they have won four more gold medals to show no signs of slowing down. Women’s 4 x 100m medley relay gold medalist Ariarne Titmus, men’s 1500m freestyle gold medalist Sam Short and the women’s 4 x 100m medley relay won gold.
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The Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, England, will feature over 200 Indian athletes competing in 16 different sports for medals. There were 66 medals awarded to Indian athletes at the last edition of the competition at Gold Coast in 2018, 66 golds, 20 silvers, and 20 bronzes, helping them to finish third overall in the competition behind the hosts, Australia, and England. It should be noted, however, that winning 16 of the 66 medals that were awarded at Gold Coast 2018 could be more difficult for India to duplicate their tally from Gold Coast 2022 if shooting is removed from the Commonwealth Games program for Birmingham 2022.
As a matter of fact, out of India’s total tally of 503 medals, 135 have come from shooting, which is a record number of medals coming from any other sport heading into the CWG 2022. In addition to this, 31 medals were won by Indian shooters during the 2010 New Delhi Commonwealth Games, where India won a total of 101 medals, making it their most successful Commonwealth Games ever.
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With his bronze medal in the men’s vault, James Bacueti has brought Australia its first medal in men’s gymnastics at these Games. A 20-year-old English sensation, Jake Jarman, is the winner of the first gold medal of his career – he has now won four gold medals at the Olympics so far.
Aofie Coughlan also set a Games Record in the women’s 70kg judo final before she took home the gold medal. Eileen Cikamatana set a new Games Record in the women’s 87kg weightlifting final on her way to a gold medal. Women’s 100m freestyle gold went to Mollie O’Callaghan, and women’s 200m butterfly gold went to Elizabeth Dekkers as Mollie O’Callaghan paved her way to victory. Aside from Col Pearse, Jasmine Greenwood also added gold to the gold rush by winning the 200m individual medley and 100m butterfly.
As for Ariarne Titmus, the Queenslander was also a decisive factor in the women’s 800m freestyle race as she stormed to victory, seeing off the challenge from the Queenslanders. In the 4 x 100m mixed individual medley relay, Emma McKeon, Matt Temple, Kaylee McKeown and Zac Stubblety-Cook captured gold as part of a team consisting of these athletes. The Australian men’s 3×3 wheelchair basketball team won gold in the 3×3 wheelchair basketball as did Nina Kennedy in the women’s pole vault.
Commonwealth Games Medal Tally Details 2022
Here is a look at the medal tally that has been accumulated till the 4th August 2022 at the Commonwealth Games 2022. The weightlifters have made an excellent start to the CWG 2022, securing 10 medals in the first day of the competition. It was Mirabai Chanu who became the first Indian woman to win a gold medal at the CWG 2022, as well as Jeremy Lalrinnunga who became the first Indian man to win a gold medal in the men’s 67 kg weightlifting event in Birmingham. At the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, Sanket Sargar became the first Indian to win a silver medal in the men’s 55kg weightlifting competition.
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Commonwealth Medal Table
This is a multi-sport event that takes place every four years in the Commonwealth of Nations and is open to all nations of the Commonwealth. It was the Australian team that won the highest medal at the CWG 2022, followed by the English team and the Canadian team. Since the beginning of the Commonwealth Games in 2022, India has won 18 medals so far. As you can see below is the complete list of medal tally or Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games medal tally for all participating countries of the Commonwealth Games 2022, sorted country-wise.
As long as you exclude the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, India has been very successful during this millennium at the Commonwealth Games. During the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, India won 69 medals – the first time they had broken the 50 medal mark outside the country and the best performance the country has ever had outside its own country. India was able to take advantage of the home crowd and the conditions at the 2010 Olympics in New Delhi, winning 101 medals as a result of the home crowd. India took home 64 medals in Glasgow and 66 medals in Gold Coast, continuing their impressive performance from last year.
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