Medal rush: Check out full list of Indian winners at Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022

India currently stands at 5th position (subject to change) on the medal tally.

Published: 02nd August 2022 04:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th August 2022 08:14 AM   |  A+A-

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 logo

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 logo

By Online Desk

The 22nd Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham, UK, flagged off on July 28, 2022, with 72 participating Commonwealth countries. 

The UK is hosting the mega event for the third time in the last 20 years

More than 5000 athletes from 72 countries will compete in 280 events across 19 sports.

India currently stands at 5th position (subject to change) on the medal tally.

Here’s the list of Indian medal winners in the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham so far:

Sharath Kamal- GOLD  (Table Tennis Men's singles Table Tennis) 

Veteran Sharath Kamal extended his domination at the Commonwealth Games here by winning the gold medal in the men's singles event, thrashing England's Liam Pitchford 4-1 in the final. After going down in the first game, Sharath outsmarted the 29-year-old nimble-footed Briton 11-13 11-7 11-2 11-6 11-8 to finish on top of the podium after a gap of 16 years.

Satwiksairaj Ranki Reddy and Chirag Shetty - GOLD (Badminton Men's doubles)

Satwiksairaj Ranki Reddy and Chirag Chandrashekhar Shetty clinched gold by defeating England’s Ben Lane and Sean Vendy in straight games 21-15, 21-13 to finish at the top of the podium.

Lakshya Sen - GOLD (Badminton Men's singles)

Shuttler Lakshya Sen clinched 20th gold for India by defeating Malaysia's Ng Tze Yong by 19-21, 21-19 and 21-16.

PV Sindhu - GOLD (Badminton Women's singles)

Olympic medallist PV Sindhu won her maiden singles gold at the Commonwealth Games defeating Michelle Li of Canada 21-15, 21-13 on the last day of the quadrennial event in Birmingham.

Nikhat Zareen - GOLD (Boxing 48-50kg)

Newly-crowned Commonwealth Games light flyweight champion Nikhat Zareen will continue to ply her trade in the 50kg weight category till the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Eldhose Paul - GOLD (Men's Triple Jump)

The Ernakulam-born Indian Navy man led India's historic 1-2 finish with the best jump of 17.03m in his third attempt after opening with 14.62m.

Amit Panghal - GOLD (Boxing 48-51kg)

Panghal avenged his 2018 Commonwealth Games final loss against Kiaran MacDonald by clinching the title with a comprehensive 5-0 win over the favourite.

Nitu Ghanghas - GOLD (Boxing 45-48kg)

The long-range shots being her advantage, Nitu used them to perfection to land her jabs perfectly on her opponent's face as she also won via a 5-0 unanimous verdict to claim the women's minimum weight gold.

Achanta Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula - GOLD (Mixed Doubles Table Tennis)

Sharath and Akula pair was in complete control of the tie, comfortably beating Javen Choong and Karen Lyne of Malaysia

Ravi Kumar Dahiya - GOLD (Men's Freestyle Wrestling 57kg category)

Ravi Dahiya went unchallenged in his gold-winning show.

Naveen Kumar - GOLD (Men’s Wrestling 74 kg freestyle category)

In the final bout against Pakistan's Tahir Muhammad Sharif, the 19-year-old Naveen won 9-0.

Vinesh Phogat - GOLD (Women's Wrestling 53kg Freestyle)

Vinesh became the first Indian woman wrestler to win three consecutive Commonwealth Games gold medals.

Bhavina Patel - GOLD (Para table tennis women's singles classes 3-5 category)

Sakshi Malik - GOLD (Women's Wrestling 62kg)

For Sakshi, it was an ideal opportunity to get some confidence back and she used it to the optimum level in the 62kg contest by winning her maiden CWG gold.

Deepak Punia - GOLD (Men's Wrestling 86kg)

Deepak Punia was calculative in his bouts and finished on top of the podium without losing a single point.

Bajrang Punia - GOLD (Men's Wrestling 65kg)

Punia was a class apart while defending his title as he conceded just two points en route the gold medal show.

Sudhir - GOLD (Men's heavyweight para powerlifting)

An Asian Para Games bronze medallist, Sudhir lifted 208kg in his first attempt before increasing it to 212kg in his second effort to gather 134.5 points and break the Games record.

Nayanmoni Saikia, Pinki Singh, Lovely Choubey, Rupa Rani Tirkey - GOLD (Women's Lawn Bowls)

The India lawn bowls team bagged a historic gold medal, a day after getting the country hooked on the rarely-followed game with their inspiring show.

A Sharath Kamal, G Sathiyan, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty - GOLD (Men's Table Tennis)

The team ensured India's third gold men's team medal in CWG history. The gold was India's seventh since the sport's inception in Manchester in 2002.

Mirabai Chanu - GOLD (Weightlifting, Women’s 49kg category)

The Olympic silver medallist from Manipur bossed the match as expected to defend her Commonwealth Games title. She went on a record-smashing spree to claim India’s first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Jeremy Lalrinnunga - GOLD (Weightlifting, Men’s 67kg category)

Jeremy Lalrinnunga, the 19-year-old smashed two Games records on his way to a sensational win. He maintained the country’s dominance in the weightlifting arena.

Achinta Sheuli - GOLD (Weightlifting, Men’s 73kg category)

Weightlifter Achinta Sheuli, the debutante, lived up to his top billing as he clinched India's third gold medal.

Men's hockey team- SILVER 

Sagar Ahlawat - SILVER (Boxing 92kg)

Abdulla Aboobacker - SILVER (Men's Triple Jump)

Aboobacker, who has a season's and personal best of 17.19m, was at the fourth spot at the end of the fourth round but he soared to 17.02 in his next attempt to jump to second.

Women's Cricket Team - SILVER

World champions Australia beat India by nine runs in a thriller to win the gold medal in the women's cricket event.

Achnata Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekharan - SILVER (Men's Doubles Table Tennis)

Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh, Dinesh Kumar - SILVER (Men's Fours Lawn Bowls Team)

The men's fours team settled for a silver after losing to Northern Ireland in the final.

Avinash Sable - SILVER (Men's 3000m Steeplechase)

Avinash Sable broke his own national record to win a silver in the men's 3000m steeplechase.

Priyanka Goswami - SILVER (Women's 10,000m Race Walk)

Goswami clocked a personal best time of 43:38.83s to finish second behind Jemima Montag (42:34.30) of Australia.

Anshu Malik - SILVER (Women's Wrestling 57kg)

The Nidani wrestler won by technical superiority against Australia's Irene Symeonidis and Sri Lanka's Nethmi Ahinsa Fernando Poruthotage.

Murali Sreeshankar- SILVER (Men's long jump) 

The 23-year-old national record holder soared to 8.08m in his fifth attempt to finish second behind Laquan Nairn of Bahamas in a nerve-wracking men's long jump final.

Tulika Maan - SILVER  ( Women’s +78kg Judo)

After breezing through her early rounds without much trouble, she lost to Scotland’s Sarah Adlington in the gold medal bout. 

Badminton Mixed Team - SILVER

Kidambi Srikanth came up with an underwhelming performance as India succumbed 1-3 to Malaysia and settled for a silver in the mixed team badminton event

Vikas Thakur - SILVER (Weightlifting, Men's 96kg category)

The seasoned Thakur lifted a total of 346kg (155kg+191kg) to finish second and claim his third CWG medal across three editions.

Bidyarani Devi - SILVER (Weightlifting, Women’s 55kg category)

Weightlifter Bindyarani Devi clinched silver with the 116kg clean and jerk lift, which was also her personal best, she smashed the Games record.

Sanket Mahadev Sargar - SILVER (Weightlifting, Men’s 55kg category)

Indian weightlifter Sanket Sargar opened the country’s medal count at the Commonwealth Games by claiming a silver in the men’s 55kg category.

Sushila Devi Likmabam - SILVER (Judo, Women’s 48 kg category)

The 27-year-old Shushila fought hard and claimed her second medal at the Commonwealth Games after she won silver at Glasgow in 2014.

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran - BRONZE (Table tennis Men's singles)

Sathiyan avenged his men's doubles final loss against Paul Drinkhall and bagged his maiden Commonwealth Games singles medal as he won bronze, beating him by 11-9 11-3 11-5 8-11 9-11 10-12 and 11-9.

Gayatri Gopichand, Treesa Jolly - BRONZE (Women's Doubles Badminton)

Treesa and Gayatri registered a 21-15 21-18 win over the world number 159 Australian pair of Wendy Hsuan-Yu Chen and Gronya Somerville to finish third on the podium in their first major event together as a combination.

Kidambi Srikanth - BRONZE (Men's Singles Badminton)

Srikanth, a former world number one, made amends for his semifinal loss as he prevailed over Singapore's world number 87 Jia Heng Teh 21-15 21-18 to claim a bronze medal to go with the silver that he had won four years ago in Gold Coast.

Saurav Ghosal, Dipika Pallikal - BRONZE (Mixed Doubles Squash)

Ghosal and Pallikal hardly broke a sweat as they prevailed 11-8 11-4 over the Australian combine of Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley in the bronze medal playoff.

Annu Rani - BRONZE (Women's Javelin Throw)

Sandeep Kumar - BRONZE (Men's 10,000m Race Walk)

Women's Hockey Team - BRONZE

Pooja Gehlot - BRONZE (Women's Wrestling 50kg)

Pooja Gehlot made a confident start with a TSU win over Scotland's Christelle Lemofack Letchidjio and then got a walk over from Cameron's Rebecca Ndolo Muambo to make the semifinal stage with ease.

Jaismine Lamboria - BRONZE (Women's boxing 60 kg)

Sonalben Manubhai Patel - BRONZE (Women's Singles Classes 3 - 5 Para Table Tennis)

Deepak Nehra - BRONZE (Men's Wrestling 97kg)

Deepak Nehra outplayed Pakistan's Tayab Raza 10-2 in the bronze play-off.

Pooja Sihag - BRONZE (Women's Wrestling 76kg)

Pooja Sihag grabbed a bronze by beating Australia's Naomi de Bruine by technical superiority.

Hussam Uddin Mohammed - BRONZE (Men's boxing 54kg)

Rohit Tokas - BRONZE (Men's boxing 63 kg)

Mohit Grewal - BRONZE (Men's Wrestling 125kg)

Mohit Grewal won against Cyprus' Alexios Kaouslidis 10-1 but lost in the semifinal to Canada's Amarveer Dhesi by technical superiority.

Divya Kakran - BRONZE (Women's Wrestling 68kg)

Divya Kakran clinched a bronze in 68kg, winning the medal play-off in just 26 seconds against Tonga's Tiger Lily.

Tejaswin Shankar -BRONZE (Men’s high jump) 

Tejaswin fought a court case to participate in the CWG only to win the first-ever medal in high jump for India at CWG.

Gurdeep Singh - BRONZE (Men’s +109kg Weightlifting) 

The-26-year-old Singh, son of a farmer, had the best effort of 390kg (167kg+223kg) for a podium finish and India's first-ever medal in the heavyweight category.

Saurav Ghosal - BRONZE ( Men’s singles Squash) 

Breaking a long-standing jinx, Saurav Ghosal claimed India's first ever singles medal in squash

Lovepreet Singh - BRONZE (Weightlifting, Men's 109kg category)

The 24-year-old son of a tailor from Ludhiana lifted a personal best of 355 kg, including a new national record of 192 kg in clean and jerk, to finish third on the podium.

Gururaja Poojary - BRONZE (Weightlifting, Men’s 61kg category)

P. Gururaja clinched Bronze in the Men’s 61 kg weight category at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, 2022, on July 30.

Vijay Kumar Yadav - BRONZE (Judo, Men’s 60kg category)

Vijay Kumar bagged a waza-ari after just 5 seconds of the bell and held on to claim the Ippon to take home the bronze medal in the men's 60 Kg Judo event.

Harjinder Kaur - BRONZE (Weightlifting, Women's 71kg category)

India’s Harjinder Kaur claimed the bronze medal in the women’s 71kg weightlifting competition after a dramatic climax at the Commonwealth Games.



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