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Commonwealth Games 2022 Indian Medal Winners List: Check Updated Full Names of Team India Athletes Who Have Made it to Medals Table of Birmingham CWG

India have been brilliant so far at Commonwealth Games 2022 as they are currently in the fifth position with 55 medals in the team standings. The athletes won a total of 29 medals across the last two days with wrestling, boxing, cricket and table tennis also adding to the medal tally. Weightlifting too has been a successful sport so far fetching nine medals including three golds. Track and field athletics have yielded eight medals and Lawn Bowls men’s and women’s team have secured gold and silver medals. Meanwhile, if you want to take a look at the updated list of Indian athletes who have made it to the medal table in Birmingham, you can scroll below. Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally Live Updated.

Sanket Sargar was the one who kickstarted India’s medal haul with a silver in the weightlifting 55 kg category. Gururaja Poojary was the next to join him on the list with a bronze in his 61kg event in the same discipline. Mirabai Chanu showed why she was the reigning champion with another gold in her event. Two more gold medals came India’s way with Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli claiming the top spots on the podium. Bindyarani Devi too would be proud of her performance, which earned her a silver medal in the 55kg event. In wrestling, Sakshi Malik, Bajrang Punia and Deepak Punia all bagged gold medals.  India at Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally Live Updated.

Check Indian Medal Winners at CWG 2022: 

No Athlete Event Medal
1 Sanket Sargar Weightlifting 55kg Silver
2 Gururaja Poojary Weightlifting 61kg Bronze
3 Mirabai Chanu Weightlifting 47kg Gold
4 Bindyarani Devi Weightlifting 55kg Silver
5 Jeremy Lalrinnunga Weightlifting 57kg Gold
6 Achinta Sheuli Weightlifting 73kg Gold
7 Sushila Devi Judo 48kg Silver
8 Vijay Yadav Judo 60kg Bronze
9 Harjinder Kaur Weightlifting 71kg Bronze
10 Men’s Team Table Tennis Gold
11 Women’s Lawn Bowls Team Women’s Four Gold
12 Mixed Team Badminton Silver
13 Vikas Thakur Weightlifting 196kg Silver
14 Lovepreet Singh Weightlifting 109kg Bronze
15 Saurav Ghoshal Men’s Singles Squash Bronze
16 Gurpreet Singh Weightlifting Bronze
17 Tejaswin Shankar Athletics (High Jump) Bronze
18 Tulika Mann Judo Silver
19 Sudhir Para Powerlifting (Men’s Heavyweight) Gold
20 Murali Sreeshankar Athletics (Long Jump) Silver
21 Anshu Malik Women’s Wrestling 57kg Silver
22 Bajrang Punia Men’s Wrestling 65kg Gold
23 Sakshi Malik Women’s Wrestling 62kg Gold
24 Deepak Punia Men’s Wrestling 86kg Gold
25 Divya Kakran Women’s Wrestling 68kg Bronze
26 Mohit Grewal Men’s Wrestling 125kg Bronze
27 Priyanka Goswami Women’s 10,000m Race Walk Silver
28 Avinash Sable Men’s Steeplechase 3000m Silver
29 Jaismine Lamboriya Women’s Boxing 60kg Bronze
30 Pooja Gehlot Women’s Wrestling 50kg Bronze
31 Ravi Kumar Dahiya Men’s Wrestling 57kg Gold
32 Vinesh Phogat Women’s Wrestling 53kg Gold
33 Naveen Men’s Wrestling 74kg Gold
34 Pooja Sihag Women’s Wrestling 76kg Bronze
35 Deepak Nehra Men’s Wrestling 97kg Gold
36 Rohit Tokas Men’s Boxing 67kg Bronze
37 Mohammad Hussmuddin Men’s Boxing 57kg Bronze
38 Sonalben Patel Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 Bronze
39 Bhavina Patel Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 Gold
40 Men’s Fours Lawn Bowls Silver
41 Indian women’s hockey team Women’s Hockey Bronze
42 Amit Panghal Men’s Boxing Gold
43 Nitu Ghangas Women’s Boxing Gold
44 Eldhose Paul Men’s Triple Jump Gold
45 Abdulla Aboobacker Men’s Triple Jump Silver
46 Sandeep Kumar Men’s 10,000m Race Walk Bronze
47 Annu Rani Women’s Javelin Throw Bronze
48 Nikhat Zareen Women’s Light Flyweight Boxing Gold
49 Sharath Kamal-Sathiyan Gnanasekaran Men’s Doubles Table Tennis Silver
50 Sharath Kamal-Sreeja Akula Mixed Doubles Table Tennis Gold
51 Kidambi Srikanth Men’s Singles Badminton Bronze
52 Indian women’s cricket team Women’s Cricket Silver
53 Sagar Ahlawat Men’s Boxing Silver
54 Treesa Jolly-Gayatri Gopichand Women’s Doubles Badminton             Bronze
55 Dipika Pallikal-Saurav Ghoshal Mixed Doubles Squash Bronze

India had ended third on the medal tally in the last edition of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in 2018. With a total haul of 66 medals that included 26 golds, 20 silvers and 20 bronze. India’s best performance, however, remains at the 2010 Commonwealth Games where a total of 101 medals were won by the country’s athletes.

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