Commonwealth Games 2022: India’s incredible performance at CWG this year

India has had an eventful performance at CWG 2022. On the final day of the event, India won four gold medals and has a total of 61 medals this year. The men’s double pair, Chirag Shetty and Satwik Reddy and Lakshay Sen won gold in Badminton along with Achanta Sharath on Monday.

G Sathiyan managed to bag a bronze as well. India won a total of 61 medals and finished at the fourth position. Australia is at the top.

Earlier, Ravi Dahiya, Vinesh Phogat, and Naveen won gold at CWG 2022. Bhavina Patel also won gold in women’s singles final. Priyanka also got India its first medal as she bagged silver in the women’s 10km racewalking on Saturday. Avinash Sable also bagged a silver medal in Men’s 3000m steeplechase. India’s Men’s Four Bowls team added a silver as well.

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The Women’s Lawn Bowls team won their first ever Gold Medal On Tuesday. Vikas Thakur bagged a silver medal in Men’s 96kg category in weightlifting. Mirabai Chanu won the first Gold on Saturday. Jeremy Lalrinnunga and Achinta Sheuli also added two medals to the cart. The boxing category was a hit this year as the boxers won a total of 7 medals including three gold medals.

The Indian Women’s team in cricket got defeated by Australia and had to settle for a silver. On the last day, PV Sindhu bagged her first gold in Badminton in singles.

Let’s take a look at the winners

Complete list of winners at CWG 2022

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  1. Gold – Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting women’s 49kg
  2. Gold – Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Weightlifting men’s 67kg
  3. Gold – Achinta Sheuli – Weightlifting men’s 73kg
  4. Gold – Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey – Lawn Bowls women’s fours
  5. Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai – Table tennis men’s team
  6. Gold – Sudhir – Para Powerlifting men’s heavyweight
  7. Gold -Vinesh Phogat – Wrestling women’s freestyle 53kg
  8. Gold – Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Wrestling men’s freestyle 57kg
  9. Gold – Naveen – Wrestling men’s freestyle 74kg
  10. Gold – Bajrang Punia – Wrestling men’s freestyle 65kg
  11. Gold – Sakshi Malik – Wrestling women’s freestyle 62kg
  12. Gold – Deepak Punia – Wrestling men’s freestyle 86kg
  13. Gold – Bhavina Patel – Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  14. Gold – Amit Panghal –  Boxing Men’s over 48kg-51kg (Flyweight)
  15. Gold – Nitu Ganghas – Boxing Women’s Over 45kg-48kg (Minimumweight)
  16. Gold – Nikhat Zareen – Boxing Women’s Over 49-50 kg (Lightflyweight)
  17. Gold – Eldhose Paul – Men’s Triple Jump
  18. Gold – Sharath Kamal / Srija Akula – Table Tennis Mixed Doubles
  19. Gold – PV Sindhu – Badminton, Women’s singles
  20. Gold – Sharath Kamal – Table Tennis Men’s Singles
  21. Gold – Lakshya Sen – Badminton Men’s Singles
  22. Gold  – Chirag Shetty and Satwikraj Rankireddy  – Badminton Men’s Doubles
  23. Silver – Anshu Malik – Wrestling women’s freestyle 57kg
  24. Silver – Murali Sreeshankar – Men’s Long Jump
  25. Silver – Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu – Badminton mixed team
  26. Silver – Vikas Thakur – Weighlifting men’s 96kg
  27. Silver – Shushila Devi Likmabam – Judo women’s 48kg
  28. Silver – Bindyarani Devi – Weightlifting women’s 55kg
  29. Silver – Tulika Maan – Judo women’s +78kg
  30. Silver – Sanket Sargar – Weightlifting men’s 55kg
  31. Silver – Avinash Sable – Men’s 3000m steeplechase
  32. Silver – Priyanka Goswami – Women’s 10km race walk
  33. Silver – Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Navaneeth Singh – Lawn bowls men’s fours
  34. Silver – Abdulla Aboobacker – Men’s Triple Jump
  35. Silver – Sharath Kamal / Sathiyan G – Table Tennis Men’s Doubles
  36. Silver – India Women’s Cricket Team
  37. Silver – India men’s hockey team
  38. Bronze – Gururaja Poojary – Weightlifting men’s 61kg’
  39. Bronze – Vijay Kumar Yadav – Judo men’s 60kg
  40. Bronze – Harjinder Kaur – Weightlifting women’s 71kg
  41. Bronze – Lovepreet Singh – Weightlifting men’s 109kg
  42. Bronze – Saurav Ghosal – Squash men’s singles
  43. Bronze – Gurdeep Singh – Weightlifting men’s 109kg+
  44. Bronze – Tejaswin Shankar – Men’s high jump
  45. Bronze – Divya Kakran – Weightlifting women’s 68kg
  46. Bronze – Mohit Grewal – Weightlifting men’s 125kg
  47. Bronze- Jaismine- Boxing women’s lightweight 60kg
  48. Bronze – Pooja Gehlot – Wrestling freestyle women’s 57kg
  49. Bronze – Sihag – Wrestling freestyle women’s 76kg
  50. Bronze – Hussamuddin – Men’s boxing featherweight
  51. Bronze – Deepak Nehra – Wrestling freestyle men’s 97kg
  52. Bronze – Sonalben Patel – Para Table tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  53. Bronze – Rohit Tokas – Boxing Men’s Welterweight 67kg
  54. Bronze – Mohammad Hussamuddin – Men’s Featherweight 56kg
  55. Bronze – Jaismine Lamboria – Women’s Lightweight 60kg
  56. Bronze – Sandeep Kumar – Men’s 10,000m Racewalking
  57. Bronze – Annu Rani – Women’s Javelin Throw
  58. Bronze – Women’s Hockey Team
  59. Bronze – Kidambi Srikanth  – Men’s Singles Badminton
  60. Bronze – Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Badminton
  61. Bronze  – Table Tennis – G Sathiyan

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