India overtook New Zealand in medals

Although the final ranking is subject to change, with India eyeing a few more gold medals, India will be hoping to improve its overall position in the table.

India narrowly edged New Zealand at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday. India is currently at the fifth position in the table. Apart from 17 gold medals, India collected 13 silver and 19 bronze medals, taking the total to 49. New Zealand, in contrast, has 18 gold medals, 12 silver and 17 bronze medals, making it a total of 47 medals and fifth in the the ranking.

However, India’s 17 gold medals briefly helped them overtake New Zealand, who also had 17, before the Kiwis added another gold to their tally.

Although the final ranking is subject to change, with India eyeing a few more gold medals, India will be hoping to improve its overall position in the table.

List of medal winners to date:

S.No Athlete/Team Name medal An event sport
1 Sanket Sargar Silver Men 55 kg Weight lifting
2 Gururaja Pujari bronze Men 61 kg Weight lifting
3 Mirabai Chanbu gold Women 49 kg Weight lifting
4 Bindyarani Devi Silver Women 55 kg Weight lifting
5 Jeremy Larrinunga gold Men 67 kg Weight lifting
6 Achinta Sheuli gold Men 73 kg Weight lifting
7 Sushila Devi Silver Women 48 kg Judo
8 Vijay Kumar Yadav bronze Men 60 kg Judo
9 Harjinder Kaur bronze Women 71 kg Weight lifting
10 Indian women’s team gold Ladies’ foursomes Lawn bowls
11 Vikas Thakur Silver Men 96 kg Weight lifting
12 Indian men’s team gold Men’s team Table tennis
13 Indian mixed team Silver Mixed team Badminton
14 Lovepreet Singh bronze Men 109 kg Weight lifting
15 Saurav Ghosal bronze Men’s Singles squash
16 Tulika Maan Silver Women +78 kg Judo
17 Gurdeep Singh bronze Men over 109 kg Weight lifting
18 Tejaswin Shankar bronze Men’s High Jump Athletics
19 Murali Srishankar Silver Men’s Long Jump Athletics
20 Sudhir gold Heavyweight men Para powerlifting
21 Anshu Malik Silver Women’s freestyle up to 57 kg Struggle
22 Bajrang Punya gold Men’s 65 kg freestyle Struggle
23 Sakshi Malik gold Women’s freestyle up to 62 kg Struggle
24 Deepak Punya gold Men’s 86 kg freestyle Struggle
25 Divya Cockran bronze Women’s freestyle up to 68 kg Struggle
26 Mohit Grewal bronze Men’s 125 kg freestyle Struggle
27 Priyanka Goswami Silver Women’s 10,000m race walk Athletics
28 Avinash Sable Silver Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Athletics
29 Indian men’s team Silver Men’s fours Lawn bowls
30 Jasmine Lamboria bronze Women 60 kg lightweight Boxing
31 Pooja Gehlot bronze 50 kg freestyle women Struggle
32 Ravi Kumar Dahiya gold Men’s 57 kg freestyle Struggle
33 Vinesh Phogat gold Women’s freestyle up to 53 kg Struggle
34 Naveen gold Men’s 74 kg freestyle Struggle
35 Pooja Sihag bronze Women’s freestyle up to 76 kg Struggle
36 Mohammad Hussamuddin bronze Men, 57 kg featherweight Boxing
37 Deepak Nehra bronze Men’s 97 kg freestyle Struggle
38 Rohit Tokas bronze Welterweight category up to 67 kg men Boxing
39 Sonalben Patel bronze Individual women, grades 3-5 Pair of table tennis
40 Bhavina Patel bronze Individual women grades 3-5 Pair of table tennis
41 Women’s hockey team bronze Women’s hockey Hockey
42 Nor Gangas gold Women with a minimum weight of 48 kg Boxing
43 Amit Pangal gold Men, 51 kg fly Boxing
44 Eldhouse Paul gold Men’s triple jump Athletics
45 Abdullah Abubaker Silver Men’s triple jump Athletics
46 Sandeep Kumar bronze Men’s 10,000m race walk Athletics
47 Anu Rani bronze Women’s javelin throw Athletics
48 Nikat Zarin gold Women’s 50 kg light fly Boxing
49 Sharath Kamal/G Sathiyan Silver Couples of men Table tennis

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