India has won 20 medals at CWG 2022, Birmingham so far
By siliconindia | Friday, 05 August 2022, 11:00:31 AM IST
The Commonwealth Games or CWG 2022 started with a marvellous opening ceremony on 29 July 2022, at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, the UK. The multi-sport championship is a 12-day sports extravaganza, which will conclude on 8 August. Talking about the medal tally, Australia has retained the number one spot followed by England and Canada. The Indian contingent has dropped to rank 7 from rank 6 in the CWG Medal Tally Table.
Till date, Indian athletes have won 20 medals including 6 gold, 7 silver, and 7 bronze at the Commonwealth Games 2022. Famous Indian weightlifting champion, Mirabai Chanu, won the first gold medal for India in the Women's Weightlifting Championship (49kg). Sanket Sargar was the first Indian athlete at CWG 2022 Birmingham to win a medal. He bagged a silver medal in men's weightlifting (55kg).
On Day 7 of the CWG 2022 (4 August), Sudhir won the first gold medal for India in para sports at the CWG 2022. Also, Murali Sreeshankar added one more silver to India's Medal Tally List by winning the medal in men's long jump, athletics.
List of Indian Winners at CWG 2022: Medal Tally at Commonwealth Games Birmingham
Check the list of Indian winners at the Commonwealth Games 2022 and the medal tally at CWG Birmingham.
Mirabai Chanu: Gold; Women's Weightlifting (49kg)
Jeremy Lalrinnunga: Gold; Men's Weightlifting (67kg)
Achinta Sheuli: Gold; Men's Weightlifting (73kg)
Harmeet Desai, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Sanil Shetty, and Sharath Achanta: Gold; Men's Table Tennis Championship
Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, and Rupa Rani Tirkey: Gold; Women's Fours – Lawn Bowls
Sudhir: Gold, Men's Heavyweight Para Powerlifting
Sanket Sargar: Silver; Men's Weightlifting (55kg)
Vikas Thakur: Silver; Men's Weightlifting (96kg)
Bindyarani Sorokhaibam: Silver; Women's Weightlifting (55kg)
Shushila Likmabam: Silver; Women's Judo Championship (48kg)
Badminton Mixed Team: Silver
Tulika Maan: Silver, Women's Judo (78kg)
Murali Sreeshankar: Silver, Men's Long Jump
Gururaja Poojary: Bronze; Men's Weightlifting (61kg)
Vijay Kumar Yadav: Bronze; Men's Judo
Harjinder Kaur: Bronze; Women's Weightlifting (71kg)
Lovepreet Singh: Bronze; Men's Weightlifting (109kg)
Saurav Ghosal: Bronze, Men's Singles Squash
Gurdeep Singh: Bronze, Weightlifting (109kg)
Tejaswin Shankar: Bronze, Men's High Jump Athletics
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