CWG 2022: Medal Tally

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally

Indian athlete performance at the Commonwealth Games 2022 has been exceptional and will remain in the history of the Commonwealth Games. As of now, India has clinched a total of 55 medals with more than 200 Indian athletes performing at the mega event. 

Rank  Country Gold  Silver  Bronze Total
1 Australia 67 57 54 178
2 England 57 66 53 176
3 Canada 26 32 34 92
4 India 22 16 23 61
5 New Zealand 20 12 17 49
6 Scotland 13 11 27 51
7 Nigeria 12 9 14 35
8 Wales 8 6 14 28
9 South Africa 7 9 11 27
10 Malaysia 7 8 8 23

 

India Medal Tally Sports wise

As of now, Team India has claimed a total of 55 accolades. Which, The wrestling team performed at its best by clinching 12 medals out of 55 medals.

Athletes got 8 medals while boxing gave us 7 medals. Also 3 each in table tennis and badminton, 2 each in squash and table tennis, and a single medal in Lawns bowls, para powerlifting, cricket, and hockey.

Sport Gold   Silver Bronze Total
Athletics 1 4 3 8
Badminton 2 1 2 5
Boxing 3 1 3 7
Squash 0 0 2 2
Cricket 0 1 0 1
Hockey 0 1 1 2
Para Table Tennis 1 0 1 2
Lawn Bowls 1 1 0 1
Para Powerlifting 1 0 0 1
Judo 0 2 1 3
Table tennis 4 1 1 6
Weightlifting 3 3 4 10
Wrestling 6 1 5 12
Total 22 16 23 61

 

CWG 2022: Full List of Indian Athletes’ Medals Tally

Name Medal Sport Event 
Sanket Sargar Mahadev  Silver  Weightlifting  Men’s 55 kg 
Gururaj Poojary Bronze Weightlifting  Men’s 61 kg 
Bindyarani Devi Silver Weightlifting  Women’s 55 kg 
Mirabai Chanu  Gold Weightlifting  Women’s 49 kg 
Achinta Sheuli  Gold Weightlifting  Men’s 73 kg 
Jeremy Lalrinnunga  Gold Weightlifting  Men’s 67 kg 
Sushila Devi Likmabam Silver Judo Women’s 48kg
Vijay Kumar Yadav Bronze Judo Men’s 60kg
Harjinder Kaur Bronze Weightlifting Women’s 71kg
Indian women’s team Gold Lawn Bowls Women’s fours
Vikas Thakur Silver Weightlifting Men’s 96kg
Indian men’s team Gold Table Tennis Men’s Team
Indian mixed team Silver Badminton Mixed team
Lovepreet Singh Bronze Weightlifting Men’s 109kg
Saurav Ghosal Bronze Squash Men’s singles
Tulika Maan Silver Judo Women’s+78kg 
Gurdeep Singh Bronze  Weightlifting  Men’s +109kg 
Tejaswin Shankar Bronze  Men’s High jump Athletics
Murali Sreeshankar Silver Men’s long jump Athletics 
Sudhir Gold Para Powerlifting Men’s heavyweight 
Anshu Malik Silver  Wrestling  Women’s 57kg freestyle 
Bajrang Punia Gold  Wrestling  Men’s 65kg freestyle
Sakshi Malik Gold  Wrestling   Women’s 62kg freestyle 
Deepak Punia Gold   Wrestling   Men’s 86kg freestyle 
Divya Kakran Bronze   Wrestling  Women’s 68kg freestyle 
Mohit Grewal  Bronze   Wrestling   Men’s 125kg freestyle 
Priyanka Goswami Silver   Men’s fours Women’s 10000m race walk 
Avinash Sable Silver   Athletics Men’s 3000m steeplechase
Indian men’s team Silver  Lawn Bowls Men’s fours 
Jaismine Lamboria Bronze   Boxing Women’s 60kg lightweight 
Pooja Gehlot Bronze   Wrestling    Women’s 50kg freestyle
Ravi Kumar Dahiya Gold   Wrestling    Men’s 57kg freestyle
Vinesh Phogat Gold  Wrestling    Women’s 53kg freestyle
Naveen Gold  Wrestling   Men’s 74kg freestyle
Pooja Sihag Bronze   Wrestling   Women’s 76kg freestyle
Mohammad Hussamuddin Bronze   Boxing Men’s 57kg featherweight
Deepak Nehra Bronze   Wrestling   Men’s 97kg freestyle
Rohit Tokas Bronze   Boxing  Men’s 67kg welterweight
Sonalben Patel Bronze   Para Table Tennis  Women’s singles Classes 3-5
Bhavina Patel Bronze   Para Table Tennis Women’s singles classes 3-5
Women’s hockey team Bronze   Hockey Women’s hockey
Nitu Ghangas Gold Boxing   Men’s 51kg flyweight
Amit Panghal Gold Boxing   Men’s 51kg flyweight 
Eldhose Paul Gold Athletics Men’s triple jump 
Abdulla Aboobacker Silver  Athletics  Men’s triple jump
Sandeep Kumar Bronze   Athletics Men’s 10000m race walk
Annu Rani Bronze   Athletics Women’s javelin throw 
Nikhat Zareen Gold Boxing   Women’s 50kg light flyweight 
Sharath Kamal / G Sathiyan Silver   Table Tennis Men’s doubles 
Dipika Pallikal / Saurav Ghosal Bronze    Squash Mixed doubles 
Kidambi Srikanth Bronze   Badminton  Men’s singles 
Women’s cricket team Silver    Cricket Women’s T20 
Sharath Kamal / Sreeja Akula Gold  Table Tennis Mixed doubles 
Treesa Jolly / Gayatri Gopichand Bronze  Badminton Women’s doubles 
Sagar Ahlawat Silver    Boxing Men’s 92+kg super heavyweight 
P.V Sindhu Gold Badminton Women’s Singles 
Lakshya Sen Gold Badminton Men’s Singles 
Sharath Kamal Gold Table Tennis Men’s Singles 
SatwikSairaj/Chirag Shetty Gold Table Tennis Men’s Mixed doubles 
Team India Silver   Hockey Men’s Hockey 
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran Bronze Table Tennis Men’s Singles 

 

Commonwealth Games: India Medal Tally by each Edition

Since the start of the Commonwealth Games, India has been successfully featuring in the starting four editions (1930,1950, 1962, and 1986). Earlier Commonwealth games were named as British Empire games in 1934.

The first Indian to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games was Rashid Anwar. The Indian wrestler clinched the bronze medal in the men’s 74kg freestyle wrestling event at Commonwealth Games 1934 held in London, United Kingdom.

India made their debut in the 1934 CWG event and to date, India has won a total of 503 medals including 181 Gold, 173 silver, and 149 bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games.

The first Indian to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games was late Indian sprinter, Milkha Singh. The Indian Sprinter won the gold medal in the men’s 440-yard event at CWG Cardiff in 1958.

India’s most successful Commonwealth Games edition was the New Delhi CWG 2010 when India hosted their first Commonwealth games event in 2010.

At the 2010 CWG edition, India won a total of 101 medals, including 39 gold medals, 26 Silver medals, and 36 bronze medals to finish the second spot in the medals tally leader just behind England.

Commonwealth Games (Edition) Position Gold  Silver Bronze Total Medals
London 1934 12th 0 0 1 1
Sydney 1938 0 0 0 0
Vancouver 1954 0 0 0 0
Cardiff 1958 8th 2 1 0 3
Kingston 1966 6th 3 4 3 10
Edinburgh 1970 6th 5 3 4 12
Christchurch 1974 6th 4 8 3 15
Edmonton 1978 6th 5 4 6 15
Brisbane 1982 6th 5 8 3 16
Auckland 1990 5th 13 8 11 32
Victoria 1994 6th 6 11 7 24
Kuala Lumpur 1998 7th 7 10 8 25
Manchester 2002 4th 30 22 17 69
Melbourne 2006 4th 22 17 11 50
New Delhi 2010 2nd 38 27 36 101
Glasgow 2014 5th 15 30 19 64
Gold Coast 2018 3rd 26 20 20 66
Birmingham 2022

Commonwealth Games: India Medal Tally by each sport

If we talk about the sport where India has clinched the most medal is shooting. Indian Shooters have managed to win 135 medals in their respective sports and have won the most medals for the nation in the Commonwealth Games history.

Indian Pistol Shooter, Jaspal Rana has won the most medals for India in Commonwealth Games with 15 medals under his name, including 9 golds, four silvers, and two bronze. Jaspal Rana is also considered the most successful Indian athlete at the Commonwealth Games.

Sport Gold  Silver  Bronze Total Medals
Shooting 63 44 28 135
Weightlifting 43 48 34 125
Wrestling 43 37 22 102
Boxing 8 12 17 37
Badminton 7 7 11 25
Table tennis 6 4 10 20
Athletics 5 10 13 28
Archery 3 1 4 8
Hockey 1 3 0 4
Squash 1 2 0 3
Tennis 1 1 2 4
Judo 0 3 5 8
Gymnastics 0 1 2 3
Swimming 0 0 1 1

Top 10 Nations with most medals in Commonwealth Games

Rank  Country Gold  Silver  Bronze Total
1 Australia 932 755 709 2416
2 England 714 715 715 2144
3 Canada 484 516 555 1555
4 India 181 173 149 503
5 New Zealand 159 220 278 657
6 South Africa 130 123 136 389
7 Scotland 119 132 200 451
8 Kenya  85 75 77 237
9 Nigeria  70 75 91 236
10 Wales 67 98 141 306