Medal Tally CWG 2022: India Rises To The 5th Rank After 8th Day
Medal Tally CWG 2022: By the 9th day of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022, India’s medal tally is shining with 9 gold, 8 silver & 8 bronze (total 26) medals.
On the 8th Day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, India won numerous medals, including six medals in wrestling, including three gold, one silver, and two bronze.
The 2016 bronze medalist Sakshi Malik won a gold medal in the CWG 2022, and India’s top wrestler and Tokyo Olympics 2020 bronze medalist Bajrang Punia also secured a gold.
This is his second gold medal in a row. Not to be forgotten is Deepak Punia, who won his first medal ever in the CWG.
Divya Kakran and Mohit Grewal each took home the bronze in their respective divisions, while Anshu Malik, who lost the final match, won the silver.
At the Commonwealth Games 2022, Indian athletes have so far taken home 26 medals, including nine golds, eight silvers, and nine bronze.
Men’s Lawn Bowls Fours team guaranteeing a medal for India by defeating England to get to the final was one of the day’s biggest thrills.
The India women’s hockey team lost to Australia in the semifinals as a result of a contentious referee decision and a lackluster performance by the attackers in the shootout.
Manika Batra, a prominent Indian paddler, lost in the event’s quarterfinals, ending her CWG 2022 campaign.
The Indian women’s cricket team will try to make it to the final and guarantee a silver medal, and a historic one at that, as India aims for additional medals on 9th Day of the Commonwealth Games.
Today at 3.30 PM IST, they take on the hosts, England, in the semifinal. As they take against South Africa in the semifinal today, the Indian men’s hockey team has the opportunity to advance and ensure a medal for India.
PV Sindhu, an Olympic medalist twice over for India, will compete today in her quarterfinal match and will be looking to advance closer to her anticipated gold medal.
Medal Tally CWG 2022 (After Day 8)
|Rank||Indian CWG Medalists||Sports||Medal|
|1||Sanket Mahadev||Weightlifting||Silver Medal|
|2||Gururaja Pujari||Weightlifting||Bronze Medal|
|3||Mirabai Chanu||Weightlifting||Gold Medal|
|4||Bindiyarani Devi||Weightlifting||Silver Medal|
|5||Jeremy Lalrinnunga||Weightlifting||Gold Medal|
|6||Achinta Sheuly||Weightlifting||Gold Medal|
|7||Sushila Devi||Judo||Silver Medal|
|8||Vijay Kumar Yadav||Judo||Bronze Medal|
|9||Harjinder Kaur||Weightlifting||Bronze Medal|
|10||Women’s Lawn Balls Team||Lawn Balls||Gold Medal|
|11||Men’s Table Tennis Team||Table Tennis||Gold Medal|
|12||Vikas Thakur||Weightlifting||Silver Medal|
|13||Mixed Badminton Team||Badminton||Silver Medal|
|14||Lovepreet Singh||Weightlifting||Bronze Medal|
|15||Saurav Ghoshal||Squash||Bronze Medal|
|16||Tulika Mann||Judo||Silver Medal|
|17||Gurdeep Singh||Weightlifting||Bronze Medal|
|18||Tejaswin Shankar||High Jump||Bronze Medal|
|19||Sudhir Chawla||Para Powerlifter||Gold Medal|
|20||Murli Sreeshankar||Long Jump||Silver Medal|
|21||Anshu Malik||Wrestling||Silver Medal|
|22||Sakshi Malik||Wrestling||Gold Medal|
|23||Bajrang Poonia||Wrestling||Gold Medal|
|24||Deepak Poonia||Wrestling||Gold Medal|
|25||Divya Kakran||Wrestling||Bronze Medal|
|26||Mohit Grewal||Wrestling||Bronze Medal|
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