Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Medal Table


Which country won the 2022 Commonwealth Games?

2022 Final Ranking – Australia clearly won the most gold medals, but based on total medals, only beat England by three medals. The order is not based on total medals won. As per convention, ranking is based first on the number of gold medals, then silver and bronze.

1 Australia 67 57 55 179
2 England 58 65 53 176
3 Canada 26 32 34 92
4 India 22 16 23 61
5 New Zealand 20 12 17 49
6 Scotland 13 11 27 51
7 Nigeria 11 9 14 34
8 Wales 8 6 14 28
9 South Africa 7 9 11 27
10 Malaysia 7 8 8 23
11 Northern Ireland 7 7 4 18
12 Jamaica 6 7 2 15
13 Kenya 6 5 10 21
14 Singapore 4 4 4 12
15 Trinidad and Tobago 3 2 1 6
16 Uganda 3 2 5
17 Cyprus 2 3 6 11
18 Pakistan 2 3 2 7
19 Samoa 1 4 5
20 Barbados 1 1 1 3
21 Cameroon 1 1 1 3
22 Zambia 1 1 1 3
23 Bahamas 1 1 2
24 Grenada 1 1 2
25 Bermuda 1 1 2
26 British Virgin Islands 1 1
27 Mauritius 3 2 5
28 Ghana 2 3 5
29 Fiji 2 2 4
30 Mozambique 2 1 3
31 Sri Lanka 1 3 4
32 Tanzania 1 2 3
33 Botswana 1 1 2
34 Guernsey 1 1 2
35 Dominica 1 1
36 Papua New Guinea 1 1
37 Saint Lucia 1 1
38 The Gambia 1 1
39 Namibia 4 4
40 Malta 1 1
41 Nauru 1 1
42 Niue 1 1
43 Vanuatu 1 1

Who won the most medals in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games?

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally & Table – Commonwealth Games is an international multi-sport event for members of the Commonwealth of Nations. Australia has won the highest CWG 2022 medals with 178 medals including 67 golds followed by England and Canada,

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Table by Team
Rank Team Gold 🥇 Silver 🥈 Bronze 🥉 Total
1 Australia 67 57 54 178
2 England 56 64 53 173
3 Canada 26 32 34 92
4 India 22 16 23 61
5 New Zealand 19 12 17 48
6 Nigeria 10 8 13 31
7 Scotland 8 10 24 42
8 South Africa 7 7 10 24
9 Malaysia 6 5 4 15
10 Wales 5 5 13 23
11 Jamaica 2 2 1 5
12 Cyprus 2 1 4 7
13 Uganda 2 2
14 Northern Ireland 1 4 3 8
15 Kenya 1 3 4 8
15 Singapore 1 3 1 5

How many medals were won in Birmingham Olympics 2022?

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Australia 67 57 54
England 57 66 53
Canada 26 32 34
India 22 16 23
New Zealand 20 12 17
Scotland 13 11 27
Nigeria 12 9 14
Wales 8 6 14
South Africa 7 9 11
Malaysia 7 8 8
Northern Ireland 7 7 4
Jamaica 6 6 3
Kenya 6 5 10
Singapore 4 4 4
Trinidad And Tobago 3 2 1
Uganda 3 2
Cyprus 2 3 6
Pakistan 2 3 3
Samoa 1 4
Zambia 1 1 1
Barbados 1 1 1
Cameroon 1 1 1
Grenada 1 1
Bahamas 1 1
Bermuda 1 1
Virgin Islands (British) 1
Mauritius 3 2
Ghana 2 3
Fiji 2 2
Mozambique 2 1
Sri Lanka 1 3
Tanzania, United Republic Of 1 2
Guernsey 1 1
Botswana 1 1
Gambia 1
Saint Lucia 1
Dominica 1
Papua New Guinea 1
Namibia 4
Nauru 1
Niue 1
Malta 1
Vanuatu 1

Birmingham 2022 Medal Table

How many countries will be in the Commonwealth Games?

The Commonwealth Sport Movement The Commonwealth is an association of sovereign nations which support each other and work together towards international goals. There are 52 member countries, spanning across Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Pacific – all of which have equal say, regardless of size or economic stature.

This ensures even the smallest member countries have a voice in shaping the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth Games is open to eligible competitors of the Commonwealth Games Association of all Commonwealth countries, colonies and dependent or associated territories of a Commonwealth country. Although there are 52 Commonwealth nations, the Commonwealth Games Movement recognises 72 nations and territories.

Each of these nations/territories has a Commonwealth Games Association. Each of these Commonwealth Games Associations have exclusive authority to send athletes to participate in the Commonwealth Games. Sport underpins the unique connections and friendships which bring together a third of the world’s population as citizens of the nations and territories of the Commonwealth.

For more than eight decades the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has taken a global leadership role in uniting the Commonwealth’s athletes, citizens and communities through the transformative and connecting power of sport. Inspired by the diversity and dynamism of the Commonwealth itself and its enduring commitment to human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

Among the CGF membership are some of the world’s largest and smallest countries, from India, with over 1.2 billion people to Niue with a population of 1,600. More than 60% of the Commonwealth citizens are under 30. Today, the Commonwealth Games Federation is far more than the curator of a great Games.

As a cornerstone of the Commonwealth itself, our dynamic sporting movement – driven by its values of Humanity, Equality and Destiny – has a key role to play in an energised, engaged and active Commonwealth of Nations and Territories. And with new members joining, a hugely successful Gold Coast 2018, preparations for Birmingham 2022 well underway, the Commonwealth is entering an era of renewed relevance.

Every organisation and individual that works with us and supports us in our mission is part of the Commonwealth Sports Movement. : The Commonwealth Sport Movement

How many medals Pakistan won in Commonwealth Games 2022?

Pakistan at the 2022 Commonwealth Games
Flag bearers (opening) Muhammad Inam Bismah Maroof
Flag bearer (closing) Zaman Anwar
Medals Ranked 18th Gold 2 Silver 3 Bronze 2 Total 7
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)

Do athletes get paid for Commonwealth Games UK?

Do Our Athletes Get Money For Winning a Commonwealth Games Medal? – According to The Courier Mail, no Commonwealth Games medal winners score any prize money. Which feels like a classic move by the British monarch, Sure, they collect countries like Pokemon, but do they reward their Australian Squirtles for winning some swimming comps? No, they do not.

Who won the oldest medal in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

George Miller George became the oldest Commonwealth Games gold medallist in history as director to visually impaired bowler Melanie Inness in the Mixed B2/B3 Pairs as he made his Commonwealth Games debut for Team Scotland at Birmingham 2022. George and Melanie paired up with Robert Barr and Sarah Jane Ewing to win gold, beating Wales 16-9 in the final.

Who came third in the Commonwealth Games?

Medal Standings

pos team total
3 Canada 92
4 India 61
5 New Zealand 49
6 Scotland 51

What is the price of medal in Birmingham 2022?

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Medal Table The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has given athletes who won medals at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games prize money based on their achievements, after the nation finished fourth on the medals table with 61 podium finishes.

  • India won 22 gold medals, now earning those champions 2 million rupees (£20,800/$25,000/€24,700) each, while silver medallists took 1 million rupees (£10,400/$12,500/€12,400).
  • Those who claimed bronze received 750,000 rupees (£7,800/$9,400/€9,300).
  • An event was held for medallists and attended by IOA Acting President Anil Khanna, as well as secretary general Rajeev Mehta, treasurer Anandeshwar Pandey and India’s Chef de Mission Rajesh Bhandhari.
  • “I take this opportunity to congratulate all our medallists for bringing glory to India with a combined haul of 61 medals, despite shooting, one of our top medal-yielding sports, not being part of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games,” said Mehta at the celebration.
  • “I would also like to thank all the coaches and support staff members for the hard work they put in behind the scenes to prepare our athletes for these Games, and the IOA is delighted to see their hard work come to fruition.”

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Medal Table Nikhat Zareen won a Commonwealth Games gold medal for India in boxing ©Getty Images

  1. It can be considered India’s best Commonwealth Games since hosting Delhi 2010, finishing just three medals short of Glasgow 2014 and five short of Gold Coast 2018 despite the omission of shooting from this year’s programme.
  2. India claimed 17 and 16 medals, respectively, in shooting in 2014 and 2018.
  3. Both Khanna and Mehta reiterated at the ceremony that they would be pushing for shooting and wrestling being part of the programme at Victoria 2026.
  4. The Birmingham 2022 gold medallists included women’s singles badminton winner PV Sindhu, who won her first individual title at the Games.
  5. Three gold medals were also won in boxing and weightlifting, and six in wrestling.

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Who got the most gold medals in the Olympics 2022?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2022 Winter Olympics medals
Johannes Thingnes Bø (pictured) tied with Quentin Fillon Maillet, Marte Olsbu Røiseland, and Alexander Bolshunov for most overall medals won at the 2022 Winter Olympics at five apiece. Bø led the gold medal count with four.
Location Beijing, China
Most gold medals Norway (16)
Most total medals Norway (37)
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World map showing the medal achievements of each country during the 2022 Winter Olympics. Legend: represents countries that won at least one gold medal. represents countries that won at least one silver medal but no gold medals. represents countries that won only at least one bronze medal.

  • Represents countries that did not win any medals.
  • The 2022 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXIV Olympic Winter Games, was a winter multi-sport event held in Beijing, China, from 4 to 20 February.
  • A total of 2,871 athletes from 91 nations participated in 109 events in seven sports across 15 disciplines.

Overall 29 nations received at least one medal, and 23 of them won at least one gold medal. Athletes from Norway won the most medals overall, with 37, and the most gold medals, with 16. The latter record was the highest gold medal tally at a single Winter Games.

Host nation China won nine gold medals surpassing its gold medal tally of five during the 2010 winter edition, Athletes from that nation also won 15 medals overall, which eclipsed its record of 11 at both the 2006 and 2010 winter editions. Biathletes Johannes Thingnes Bø, Quentin Fillon Maillet, and Marte Olsbu Røiseland, and cross-country skier Alexander Bolshunov won the most total medals at the games with five each.

Bø also earned the most gold medals with four. Snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott of New Zealand won the first Winter Olympic gold medal for that nation. Germany achieved a podium sweep in the men’s two-man bobsleigh competition with Francesco Friedrich and Thorsten Margis winning gold, Johannes Lochner and Florian Bauer earning silver, and Christoph Hafer and Matthias Sommer attaining bronze.

How many medals have we won in Birmingham?

About the Games – The 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games was held in Birmingham from 28 July to 8 August 2022, one of the youngest cities in Europe and showcased the West Midlands region so well. The games debuted some new sports with women’s cricket T20, basketball 3×3 and mixed synchronised diving all joining the event schedule.

  1. Read more The 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games was held in Birmingham from 28 July to 8 August 2022, one of the youngest cities in Europe and showcased the West Midlands region so well.
  2. The games debuted some new sports with women’s cricket T20, basketball 3×3 and mixed synchronised diving all joining the event schedule.

Birmingham utilised many of their existing sports venues, arenas and conference halls with 95% of the competition venues already in place. The NZ Team won 50 medals, including 20 gold medals, 12 silver and 18 bronze and the most medals of any colour ever won by New Zealand at an away-Games in history.

New Zealand finished fifth on the medal table with our medallists aged from 17 – 57 spanning both Para and non-disabled sports. Team Chef de Mission Nigel Avery acknowledged the efforts of all team members. “This has been a truly fantastic Games with brilliant performances across our team,” said Avery.

New Zealand House in Birmingham attracted some 4,000 friends, whanau, and supporters of the New Zealand Team, as well as playing host to dignitaries, including the New Zealand Olympic Committee Patron Her Excellency the Right Honourable Dame Cindy Kiro and the Minister for Sport and Recreation the Honourable Grant Robertson.

Why is USA not part of Commonwealth Games?

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Medal Table In 2017, the Telegraph reported that the US could become an associate member of the Commonwealth but no step has been taken in that direction since. They were once a British colony but unlike most others, they aren’t a part of the Commonwealth Games. The non-participation of the US, unlike their neighbours Canada who are a Commonwealth Games powerhouse, has often attracted a few curious questions.

One of the reasons, according to the Birmingham Mail, is war. The Commonwealth is a group of 54 nations that were once part of the British Empire. The US became independent from the UK in 1776, after 13 American colonies broke away and declared themselves a republic, refusing to recognise the British monarch as their head of state.

This – the need to recognise the king or queen as the head of state – was a prerequisite to remaining a part of the Commonwealth. However, after India became independent in 1947, it wanted to continue being a part of the Commonwealth while also becoming a republic.

  • This prompted the London Declaration of 1949, which stated that ‘republics and other countries could be part of the Commonwealth.’ So, India continued to be a part of the Commonwealth – and thus, the CWG – even though it does not recognise the Queen as its head of state.
  • In the case of the US, it was seen as a different case.

“Since the USA practically battled against a foreign ruling monarch, their re-entry into the Commonwealth was unlikely,” the Birmingham Mail reported. In 2017, the Telegraph reported that the US could become an associate member of the Commonwealth but no step has been taken in that direction since.

When did Canada leave the Commonwealth?

The Constitution Act, 1982 patriated the British North America Act, 1867 to Canada, thus ending any Canadian dependence on the Parliament of Westminster and further defining its complete independence.

Why are there only 72 countries in the Commonwealth Games?

Queen’s Baton Relay – The Queen’s Jubilee Baton Relay for the 2002 Commonwealth Games The Queen’s Baton Relay, is a relay around the world held prior to the beginning of the Commonwealth Games. The Baton carries a message from the Head of the Commonwealth, The Relay traditionally begins at Buckingham Palace in London as a part of the city’s Commonwealth Day festivities.

The Queen entrusts the baton to the first relay runner. At the Opening Ceremony of the Games, the final relay runner hands the baton back to the Queen or his representative, who reads the message aloud to officially open the Games. The Queen’s Baton Relay is similar to the Olympic Torch Relay, The Relay was introduced at the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Wales as the Queen’s Baton Relay.

Up until, and including, the 1994 Commonwealth Games, the Relay only went through England and the host nation. The Relay for the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was the first to travel to other nations of the Commonwealth. The Queen’s Baton Relay for the 2018 Commonwealth Games held on the Gold Coast, Australia, was the longest in Commonwealth Games history.

Does India a Commonwealth country?

High Commission of India London, United Kingdom Commonwealth Brief for Website India and Commonwealth 1. India is the largest member state of the Commonwealth, with nearly 60% of the total population of the association. It is the fourth largest contributor to the Commonwealth budgets and programmes.2.

  • Commonwealth is a free association of 56 independent member states which are committed to the values and principles of the Commonwealth charter.
  • It provides a platform to interact and build consensus with a very diverse group of countries, including G-7 countries like the UK and Canada, key developing countries like South Africa, Nigeria and Malaysia, and a plethora of Small States.

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 3. The 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting with the theme ‘Delivering a Common Future: Connecting, Innovating, Transforming’ was held in Kigali, Rwanda from 20-25 June 2022. External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar attended the Summit.

Commonwealth Foundation (CF) 4. The Commonwealth Foundation is an intergovernmental organisation, resourced by and reporting to Commonwealth governments. Founded in 1965, its mandate is to strengthen civil society and enhance its contribution to the Commonwealth. It is guided by the Commonwealth values and priorities.

The Foundation works closely with several voluntary organisations in India.5. The Foundation organises the Commonwealth People’s Forum (CPF) on the side-lines of CHOGM to provide opportunities for networking and interaction among civil society organizations in the host country and in the Commonwealth, and to showcase the work and contribution of these organizations to the fundamental principles and values of the Commonwealth.

Commonwealth of Learning (COL) 6. The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an inter-governmental organisation (COL is hosted by the Government of Canada and headquartered in Burnaby, British Columbia. Canada) created by Commonwealth Heads of Government in 1988 to encourage the development and sharing of open learning/distance education knowledge, resources and technologies.

COL is helping developing nations improve access to quality education and training.7. Through COL, Indian expertise has been utilised in building distance education capacity in other parts of the region and the Commonwealth. It has had a very close working relationship, since inception, with India’s Indira Gandhi National Open University and the National Institute of Open Schooling.

India is one of the main contributors to the COL budget. Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation (CFTC) 8. The Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation (CFTC) is the principal means by which the Commonwealth delivers development assistance to member countries. India provides experts to various CFTC programmes.

The contribution made by Indian experts in various fields is greatly appreciated by the beneficiary states and provides an excellent example of South-South cooperation. Commonwealth Youth Programme (CYP) 9. The Commonwealth is the only intergovernmental organisation to have a dedicated youth programme.

  • Through its London headquarters and regional centres in Australia, Guyana and Zambia, it strengthens National Youth Ministries, provides training to youth development workers, and helps young people to receive education and training and start and run their own businesses.10.
  • India accounts for the two-third of the Commonwealth youth population in Asia which totals 600 million.

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) 11. The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) links members of national and state parliaments across the Commonwealth encompassing 180 national and state or provincial parliaments. The CPA aims to provide a forum for discussion on matters of common parliamentary interest, to disseminate information on parliamentary institutions and spread knowledge on constitutional, legislative, economic, social and cultural issues.12.

The 53rd CPA Conference was held in New Delhi in September 2007. India has, in the past, hosted annual CPA conferences in 1957, 1975 and 1991.13. A two-day meeting of the Members of the Executive Committee of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association was hosted by the Assam Legislative Assembly, the CPA Assam State Branch and the CPA India Region in a hybrid format to discuss governance issues from 9 to 10 April 2022.

Commonwealth Games 14. India hosted the 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG) in New Delhi. The 22nd Commonwealth Games were held in Birmingham, UK from 28 July to 08 August 2022. India’s present contributions 15. India is the fourth largest contributor to overall Commonwealth budget.

  1. India additionally contributes to CFTC, CYP, Commonwealth Foundation and Commonwealth of Learning.
  2. India doubled its contribution to the Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation (CFTC) (from GBP 1 million to GBP 2 million) in 2018, announced during the London CHOGM.
  3. During the same year, India also increased support to the Commonwealth Small States Offices Program in New York (from US$ 100,000 to US$ 250,000) and Geneva (from US$ 80,000 to US$ 150,000).

A ‘Commonwealth Sub Window’ (US$ 50 Million over 5 years) under the India-UN Development Fund was established in 2018 at the UN Secretariat New York, to provide grant-in-aid assistance to Commonwealth members for projects related to SDG implementation and Climate Action.