Commonwealth Games 2022 India Table


Which rank india in Commonwealth Games 2022?

Detailed Solution. The 2022 Commonwealth Games were held in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August 2022. India finished fourth in the medals tally with 61 medals comprising 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze in the event. India bagged a total of 12 medals in wrestling, the most in any sport in the 2022 Games.

How medals India won in Commonwealth Games 2022?

India won 61 medals at Birmingham 2022. Know India’s CWG 2022 medal tally. (2022 Getty Images) From July 28 to August 8, nearly 200 Indian athletes competed for medals across 16 different sports at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. At the last edition at Gold Coast 2018, Indian athletes won a total of 66 medals, 26 gold and 20 silver and 20 bronze to finish third overall, behind hosts Australia and England.

However, shooting, which contributed 16 of the 66 medals at Gold Coast 2018, was cut from the Commonwealth Games program for Birmingham 2022, In fact, 135 of India’s total tally of 564 medals at the Commonwealth Games have come in shooting – more than any other sport. This includes the 30 medals Indian shooters won during the 2010 New Delhi CWG – where India enjoyed their most successful Commonwealth Games in history, winning a total of 101 medals.

Tokyo Olympics javelin champion and world championships silver medallist Neeraj Chopra’s late withdrawal from CWG 2022 due to injury certainly left India one medal short. In shooting and Neeraj Chopra’s absence, the onus was on the Indian wrestling contingent, featuring Olympic medallists Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Bajarang Punia and Sakshi Malik, and a strong badminton team, spearheaded by two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu and world championships medallist Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen, to drive India up the medals table in Birmingham.

  1. The weightlifting team also carried the nation’s hopes.
  2. At CWG 2022, Indian athletes won 61 medals, 22 golds, 16 silvers and 23 bronze, at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
  3. Sanket Sargar was the first Indian to win a medal in Birmingham, bagging a silver in the men’s 55kg weightlifting event.
  4. Mirabai Chanu was the first Indian to win a gold at CWG 2022 while Jeremy Lalrinnunga was the first Indian man to clinch top podium at Birmingham.

Sudhir won the first medal for India, a gold, in para sports at the CWG 2022. He became the champion in the para powerlifting men’s heavyweight category.

How many countries participate in Commonwealth Games 2022 from India?

Commonwealth Games Participants – More than 4600 Commonwealth Games Participants are participating from across 72 nations in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Here is the list of Commonwealth Games Participant Countries. Check out the table below for a detailed list and the number of participants from each participating country.

Commonwealth Games Participant Countries 2022
Anguilla (13) Grenada (14) Pakistan (73)
Antigua and Barbuda (13) Guernsey (28) Papua New Guinea (34)
Australia (427) Guyana (32) Rwanda (16)
Bahamas (28) India (210) Saint Helena (11)
Bangladesh (30) Isle of Man (34) Saint Kitts and Nevis (6)
Barbados (65) Jamaica (120) Saint Lucia (13)
Belize (13) Jersey (28) Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (21)
Bermuda (17) Kenya (123) Samoa (38)
Botswana (36) Kiribati (6) Scotland (254)
British Virgin Islands (19) Lesotho (21) Seychelles (27)
Brunei (7) Malawi (22) Sierra Leone (27)
Cameroon (36) Malaysia (103) Singapore (67)
Canada (268) Maldives (24) Solomon Islands (19)
Canada (268) Malta (29) South Africa (228)
Cayman Islands (21) Mauritius (62) Sri Lanka (110)
Cook Islands (18) Montserrat (5) Tanzania (17) [
Cyprus (53) Mozambique (14) Tonga (28)
Dominica (11) Namibia (33) Trinidad and Tobago (72)
England (437) (Host) Nauru (16) Turks and Caicos Islands (11)
Eswatini (12) New Zealand (233) Tuvalu (6)
Falkland Islands (16) Nigeria (94) Uganda (77) [
Fiji (64) Niue (15) Vanuatu (17)
The Gambia (16) Norfolk Island (10) Wales (201)
Ghana (101) Northern Ireland (97) Zambia (41)
Gibraltar (23)

What is India’s best position in Commonwealth Games?

Overall Medal Tally By Games – The 2010 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Closing ceremony of the 2010 Commonwealth Games At the 2022 Commonwealth Games, India ended its campaign with a total of 61 medals (22 gold, 16 silver, 23 bronze). India with an overall total of 564 medals (203 gold, 190 silver, 171 bronze) is ranked 4th at the All-time Commonwealth Games medal table,

Year Gold Silver Bronze Total Position
1930 Hamilton, Canada did not participate
1934 London, England 1 1 12th
1938 Sydney, Australia
1950 Auckland, New Zealand did not participate
1954 Vancouver, Canada
1958 Cardiff, Wales 2 1 3 8th
1962 Perth, Australia did not participate
1966 Kingston, Jamaica 3 4 3 10 8th
1970 Edinburgh, Scotland 5 3 4 12 6th
1974 Christchurch, New Zealand 4 8 3 15 6th
1978 Edmonton, Canada 5 5 5 15 6th
1982 Brisbane, Australia 5 8 3 16 6th
1986 Edinburgh, Scotland did not participate
1990 Auckland, New Zealand 13 8 11 32 5th
1994 Victoria, Canada 6 11 7 24 6th
1998 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 7 10 8 25 7th
2002 Manchester, England 30 22 17 69 4th
2006 Melbourne, Australia 22 17 11 50 4th
2010 New Delhi, India 38 27 36 101 2nd
2014 Glasgow, Scotland 15 30 19 64 5th
2018 Gold Coast, Australia 26 20 20 66 3rd
2022 Birmingham, England 22 16 23 61 4th
Total 203 190 171 564 4th

Is CWG 2022 India’s best performance?

Is the Birmingham Games India’s best gold medal haul in CWG history? – India’s Commonwealth Games 2022 gold medal count is its joint-fourth best in CWG history. India’s best gold-medal hauls in CWG history:

2010, New Delhi – 38 gold medals 2002, Manchester – 30 gold medals 2018, Gold Coast – 26 gold medals 2006, Melbourne – 22 gold medals 2022, Birmingham – 22 gold medals

How many gold India won in 2022?

The 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games drew to a close on Monday after 12 days of relentless, non-stop sporting action. Team India finished fourth on the medals tally, behind Australia (178 medals), England (176 medals) and Canada (92 medals). Overall, Indian athletes won 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals, for a total of 61 medals.

  1. The final count is just 5 medals less than what India won at CWG 2018 (66 medals), and that is quite an achievement considering there was no shooting at the Games in Birmingham this time.
  2. In 2018, shooting had contributed as many as 16 medals to India’s final tally of 66 medals.
  3. Traditionally, shooting is a big medal earner for India at multi-discipline tournaments, especially at the Commonwealth Games, and had it been part of the Birmingham programme, India would have finished with many more medals.

Here’s a quick recap of the athletes who won medals for India at CWG 2022 and also the sport-wise medal break-up: List of Indian medallists at CWG 2022:

July 30 Gold Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Weightlifting Women’s 49 Kg
July 30 Silver Sanket Sargar Weightlifting Men’s 55 Kg
July 30 Silver Bindyarani Devi Weightlifting Women’s 55 Kg
July 30 Bronze Gururaja Poojary Weightlifting Men’s 61 Kg
July 31 Gold Jeremy Lalrinnunga Weightlifting Men’s 67 Kg
July 31 Gold Achinta Sheuli Weightlifting Men’s 73 Kg
Aug 1 Silver Sushila Likmabam Judo Women’s 48 Kg
Aug 1 Bronze Vijay Yadav Judo Men’s 60 Kg
Aug 1 Bronze Harjinder Kaur Weightlifting Women’s 71 Kg
Aug 2 Gold Rupa/Lovely/Nayanmoni/Pinki Lawn Bowls Women’s fours
Aug 2 Gold Sharath/Harmeet/Sathiyan/Sanil TT Men’s team
Aug 2 Silver Vikas Thakur Weightlifting Men’s 96 Kg
Aug 2 Silver Team India Badminton Mixed Team
Aug 3 Silver Tulika Mann Judo Women’s +78 Kg
Aug 3 Bronze Lovepreet Singh Weightlifting Men’s 109 Kg
Aug 3 Bronze Saurav Ghosal Squash Men’s singles
Aug 3 Bronze Gurpreet Singh Weightlifting Men’s +109 Kg
Aug 3 Bronze Tejaswin Shankar Athletics High Jump
Aug 4 Gold Sudhir Para-powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight
Aug 4 Silver Murali Sreeshankar Athletics Long Jump
Aug 5 Gold Bajrang Punia Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 65 Kg
Aug 5 Gold Sakshi Malik Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 62 Kg
Aug 5 Gold Deepak Punia Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 86 Kg
Aug 5 Silver Anshu Malik Wrestling Women’s 57 Kg
Aug 5 Bronze Divya Kakran Wrestling Women’s 68 Kg
Aug 5 Bronze Mohit Grewal Wrestling Men’s 125 Kg
Aug 6 Gold Ravi Dahiya Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg
Aug 6 Gold Vinesh Phogat Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 53 kg
Aug 6 Gold Naveen Kumar Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 74 kg
Aug 6 Gold Bhavina Patel Para-TT Women’s singles C3-5
Aug 6 Silver Priyanka Goswami Athletics Women’s 10,000m race walk
Aug 6 Silver Avinash Sable Athletics Men’s 3000m Steeplechase
Aug 6 Silver Sunil/Navneet/Chandan/Dinesh Lawn Bowls Men’s Fours
Aug 6 Bronze Jasmine Lamboria Boxing Women’s Lightweight
Aug 6 Bronze Pooja Gehlot Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 50 kg
Aug 6 Bronze Pooja Sihag Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 76 kg
Aug 6 Bronze Mohammad Hussamuddin Boxing Men’s Featherweight
Aug 6 Bronze Deepak Nehra Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 97 kg
Aug 6 Bronze Sonalben Patel Para-TT Women’s singles C3-5
Aug 6 Bronze Rohit Tokas Boxing Men’s Welterweight
Aug 7 Gold Nitu Ghanghas Boxing Women’s 48kg
Aug 7 Gold Amit Panghal Boxing Men’s 51kg
Aug 7 Gold Nikhat Zareen Boxing Women’s 50kg
Aug 7 Gold Eldhose paul Athletics Men’s Triple Jump
Aug 7 Gold Sharath/Sreeja TT Mixed Doubles
Aug 7 Silver Abdulla Aboobacker Athletics Men’s Triple Jump
Aug 7 Silver Sharath/Sathiyan TT Men’s Doubles
Aug 7 Silver Women’s Team Cricket T20 Cricket
Aug 7 Silver Sagar Ahlawat Boxing Men’s +92kg
Aug 7 Bronze Women’s Team Hockey Women’s Hockey
Aug 7 Bronze Sandeep Kumar Athletics Men’s 10000m Race Walk
Aug 7 Bronze Annu Rani Athletics Women’s Javelin Throw
Aug 7 Bronze Saurav/Dipika Squash Mixed Doubles
Aug 7 Bronze Kidambi Srikanth Badminton Men’s Singles
Aug 7 Bronze Gayatri/Treesa Badminton Women’s Doubles
Aug 8 Gold PV Sindhu Badminton Women’s Singles
Aug 8 Gold Lakshya Sen Badminton Men’s Singles
Aug 8 Gold Chirag/Satwik Badminton Men’s Doubles
Aug 8 Gold Sharath Kamal TT Men’s Singles
Aug 8 Silver Men’s Team Hockey Men’s Hockey
Aug 8 Bronze Sathiyan Gnanasekaran TT Men’s Singles

Sport-wise break-up of medals won by India at CWG 2022:

Wrestling 6 1 5 12
TT 4 1 2 7
Weightlifting 3 3 4 10
Boxing 3 1 3 7
Badminton 3 1 2 6
Athletics 1 4 3 8
Lawn Bowls 1 1 2
Para Powerlifting 1 1
Judo 2 1 3
Hockey 1 1 2
Cricket 1 1
Squash 2 2

Total Indian medals at CWG 2022: 61

Why America and China are not in Commonwealth Games?

They can’t take part in the Commonwealth Games because none of these nations are members of the Commonwealth of Nations – a prerequisite for participation in the Games. Because they are not members of the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth Games are called that because they are for members of the Commonwealth.

Why is India still part of Commonwealth?

India is in the Commonwealth because both India and UK felt that their relationship was too important to be broken apart. Until Indian independence, the commonwealth was restricted only to those countries that come under the crown. UK then changed the rules to allow India as the first republic in the system.

Is China participating in Commonwealth 2022?

All you need to know about India at Commonwealth Games 2022 – ESPN Jul 27, 2022, 08:30 AM ET It’s almost time. The Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 will begin on July 28 with the opening ceremony taking place at the Alexander Stadium. The events will kickstart from July 29 and will continue till August 8.

Here’s all you need to know about India’s CWG 2022 campaign: Who takes part in Commonwealth Games? Commonwealth Games (CWG) is an international multi-sport event held once every four years for members of the Commonwealth; an association of 72 countries with the majority of them being part of the erstwhile British Empire.

Athletes from member nations take part in a range of sporting events mostly happening in one host city and compete for the gold, silver and bronze medals just like in the Olympics Games. However, sporting heavyweights like US, China and EU countries are not part of the competition.

How many events are there in CWG? There are now 16 sports in the core group which must be present at all CWG. In addition, there are also four core parasports. The core sports are swimming, athletics, road cycling, artistic gymnastics, lawn bowls, table tennis, triathlon, freestyle wrestling, badminton, boxing, field hockey, judo, netball, rugby sevens, squash and weightlifting.

The core para sports are swimming, athletics, powerlifting and lawn bowls. There are also optional sports, which the host nation has the power to choose from. At the Birmingham Games, women’s cricket (T20), basketball 3×3, wheelchair basketball 3×3, and mixed synchronised diving will make their debut.

Overall, there are 23 sports and seven para sports at Birmingham. Why are Commonwealth Games important for Indian athletes? The CWG is one of three multi-sport events (the others being Olympics and Asian Games) for Indian athletes. It’s a chance to go up against the best athletes from the world, especially from Australia, England, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.

  1. India have done well at the CWG, winning 181 gold medals which is the fourth highest in the history of the Games.
  2. Australia dominate the Games with 932 gold medals, followed by England (714 gold medals) and Canada (484 gold medals).
  3. Usually for Indian athletes, the CWG is followed by Asian Games.
  4. Both events are great opportunities for athletes to make their mark on the world stage.

This year, the Asian Games have been postponed due to COVID-19 situation in China. Why is there no shooting and archery at the Birmingham CWG? Shooting is India’s most successful sport at the CWG. India have dominated the sport, winning the most number of medals – 63 gold and 135 in total – in the event.

At the last CWG in Gold Coast, shooting fetched the most number of medals – seven gold and 16 in total. However, shooting comes under optional sports and the host nation decided to not include it in the 2022 roster. According to Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid, the proposed location for shooting, at Bisley in Surrey, “offered little or no benefit to the West Midlands”.

The move was opposed vehemently by the Indian Olympic Association and faced criticism from country’s best shooters, with India threatening to boycott the event. Later, the Commonwealth Games Federation Executive Board worked out a compromise with IOA where a separate archery and shooting championships among Commonwealth nations will take place in Chandigarh, India and the medals were to be added to the overall tally after a week from closing ceremony.

  • These events failed to take place due to COVID-19 issues.
  • Like shooting, archery is also an optional sport under CWG charter.
  • But unlike shooting, archery was included in just two CWG editions, the last being the New Delhi Games in 2010.
  • Which events can India dominate in Birmingham 2022? India’s overall medal tally will get impacted due to the absence of shooting, but there are also other sports where India have traditionally done well.

They can expect multiple gold medals in wrestling, boxing, weightlifting and badminton, which will see a field where Indian athletes will be the favourites. Coach Pullela Gopichand poses with Saina Nehwal (L) and PV Sindhu (R), the winners of the gold and silver medals, respectively, in women’s singles, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.

  • How many athletes will represent India at the CWG 2022?
  • A 205-member contingent will be in Birmingham with athletes competing in events across 15 sports. Here’s the
  • Who are the favourites for the gold medal?
  • Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra has pulled out of the Games due to an injury but there are others who are strong contenders for the gold medal in their respective events. ESPN has listed out 10 and you
  • Apart from Chopra, who are the other top Indian athletes who’ll miss the CWG?

The likes of Mary Kom and Saina Nehwal, who have consistently done well at these big multi-sports events, will be missing the Birmingham Games. top Indian athletes who are not taking part in CWG 2022.

  1. Who are the fresh faces from India who can make an impact?
  2. There are also athletes who will begin their CWG journey in Birmingham. They are promising athletes with a bright future and you can
  3. How to plan your daily CWG schedule?

Considering the UK timezone, the key events of Indian athletes will start at 2 PM and continue throughout the night. Here’s the day-wise schedule of big names from the Indian contingent and their medal events (if they qualify to the final rounds). Mirabai Chanu. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images July 30 Weightlifting: Mirabai Chanu in the 49kg final. Time: Between 8 PM and 10.15 PM. July 31 Weightlifting: Jeremy Lalrinnunga in men’s 67 kg final. Time: Between 1:30 PM to 4.30 PM IST. August 1 Table tennis: Women’s team final – Manika Batra, Sreeja Akula, Reeth Rishya, Diya Chitale.

  • Time: Between 2 and 7 PM IST.
  • August 2 Table tennis: Men’s team medal matches – Sharath Kamal, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan, Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shetty.
  • Time: Between 3.30 and 9 PM IST.
  • August 3 Squash: Men’s and women’s singles medal round Team (M): Saurav Ghosal, Ramit Tandon and Abhay Singh.
  • Team (W): Joshana Chinappa, Sunyana Kuruvilla and Anahat Singh.

Time: Between 8.30 PM and 1 AM IST. August 4 Athletics: Men’s long jump final – M Sreeshankar and Muhammed Anees Yahiya. Time: Between 11 PM to 2.15 AM.            August 5 Wrestling: Women’s finals in 57kg, 62kg, 68kg and men’s final 65kg, 86kg, 125kg.

  • Athletes: Anshu Malik (57kg), Sakshi Malik (62kg), Divya Kakran (68kg); Bajrang Punia (65kg), Deepak Punia (86kg) and Mohit Grewal (125kg).
  • Time: Between 9.30 PM to 12 AM IST.
  • August 6 Athletics: Men’s steeplechase final – Avinash Sable Time: Between 2.30 and 6.45 PM IST.
  • Wrestling: Women’s all round matches including finals in 50kg, 53kg, 76kg and men’s final in 57kg, 74kg, and 97kg.

Athletes: Pooja Gehlot (50kg), Vinesh Phogat (53kg), Pooja Sihag (76kg); Ravi Kumar Dahiya (57kg) and Naveen (74kg). Time: Between 9.30 PM and 6.45 PM IST. August 7 Athletics: men’s javelin throw final – DP Manu and Rohit Yadav. Time: Between 11 PM and 2 AM IST.

  1. Boxing finals which might include key athletes like: Nitu, Amit Panghal, Nikhat Zareen, Lovlina Borgohain, Shiva Thapa and Rohit Tokas.
  2. Time: Starts at 2.30 PM IST.
  3. August 8 Badminton: Men’s and women’s singles gold medal matches – Lakshya Sen, Kidambi Srikanth, PV Sindhu.
  4. Men’s hockey bronze and gold medal matches: Time: Starts at 1.30 PM.

When and where can you watch it? The CWG events will start from July 29 and will be live on Sony. : All you need to know about India at Commonwealth Games 2022 – ESPN

Why is India good at Commonwealth Games?

The reason is quite obvious. In the Olympics, most of the medals are taken away(won) by the countries of China, USA, Russia & Japan. The Commonwealth games doesn’t involve any of these countries. Thus, the competition is substantially reduced and it gets easier for India to win medals.

Is India doing well in Commonwealth Games?

Analysing India’s performance at the 2022 Commonwealth Games? | In Focus podcast August 09, 2022 09:49 pm | Updated 09:49 pm IST The last day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games proved to be a good one for India, as a flurry of medals pushed India’s tally to 22 golds medals and a fourth place in the medals table, behind Australia, England and Canada.

In this podcast, we take a closer look at India’s performance at CWG 2022 in different disciplines and what it bodes for the future. Guest: YB Sarangi, The Hindu Sports Bureau Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor, The Hindu Edited by Sharmada Venkatasubramanian Listen to more In Focus podcasts:

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How many gold medals India won till date?

India at the Olympics
NOC Indian Olympic Association
Medals Ranked 58th Gold 10 Silver 9 Bronze 16 Total 35
Summer appearances

In which year India won highest medal in Commonwealth Games?

Home turf, home conditions and home support play a big role for any sports person in the international arena and it proved true for the Indian athletes at the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi. India finished second on the medal tally behind Australia – their best showing at the Games till date – by winning 101 medals which included 38 gold, 27 silver and 36 bronze medals.

For the first time in the history of the Games, India won over 100 medals in total. For the first time ever India won a medal in gymnastics, with Ashish Kumar winning a silver and a bronze. And it was after a gap of 52 years that India had won a gold in a track and field event – after legendary sprinter Milkha Singh’s gold medal at the 1958 Cardiff Games – when Krishna Poonia won the yellow metal in the women’s discus throw event.

Geeta Phogat scripted history as she became the first Indian woman wrestler to win a gold – in the women’s 55kg category – at the Commonwealth Games. Here takes you down memory lane to relive some of the big highlights of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, which will never be forgotten: Medal Rush for India The shooting contingent spearheaded the Indian medal rush at the CWG 2010, with 2008 Beijing Olympics gold-medallist Abhinav Bindra leading the way. (TOI photo) Krishna Poonia ended India’s long wait in Track & Field Ace discus thrower Krishna Poonia finally ended India’s long wait for an athletics gold at the Commonwealth Games. Fifty two years after the great Milkha Singh gave the country its first gold medal triumph in Cardiff, Poonia gave the country its second gold. (TOI photo) Poonia set the tone in her very first throw, registering a distance of 61.51m. She came up with fouls in three of her next five throws and was not able to cross the 60m mark again, but her first throw was good enough for her to seal the gold medal.

Ashish Kumar scripted history in gymnastics Gymnast Ashish Kumar scripted history and opened a new chapter for India in the little-followed sport by clinching the country’s first-ever medal at the CWG. He won the bronze medal in the men’s floor exercise followed by a silver medal in the men’s individual vault.

India had never won a gymnastics medal in an event of such magnitude. (Photo credit: Twitter) In the individual apparatus men’s artistic competition, Ashish scored a 14.475 on the floor to finish third behind Australian Thomas Pichler (14.675) and Englishman Reiss Beckford (14.625). The 19-year-old Ashish then scored 15.312 points to finish second behind Englishman Luke Folwell (15.762) in the men’s individual vault.

The bronze went to Ian Galvan (15.037) of Canada. Geeta Phogat’s gold – A watershed moment for Indian women’s wrestling Geeta Phogat made history by winning the gold medal in the women’s 55kg category at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. It was the first ever gold medal won by a female Indian wrestler at the quadrennial event and marked a watershed moment for Indian women’s wrestling.

Geeta’s younger sister Babita Phogat also won a silver in the 51kg category making it a double delight for the Phogat family and certainly a proud moment for their father and coach Mahavir Phogat. (Photo credit: Olympics) Geeta Phogat won the first bout of her event quite easily as she defeated her opponent Wales’ Non Evans by fall. Geeta won the bout 2-0. The then 21-year-old Geeta had to battle hard in the semi-final against Nigeria’s Lovina Edwards.

Geeta lost the first round 0-1 but she fought back and won the next two rounds 1-0 and 4-0. Geeta did not face much trouble in the final against Australia’s Emily Bensted. She claimed an easy 3-0, 7-0 victory over Bensted to clinch the coveted gold. Sharath Kamal ‘s golden run Ace Indian paddler Sharath Kamal – who holds the distinction of winning India’s first gold at the Commonwealth Games in Table Tennis in the 2006 edition – continued his golden run as he went on to win two medals, a gold and a bronze, in the 2010 edition – in the men’s doubles and men’s team events respectively.

Sharath teamed up with Subhajit Saha to win gold in the men’s doubles category and was part of the bronze medal winning men’s team also. (Photo credit: Twitter) Saina Nehwal’s gold pushed India to second spot India achieved their best-ever finish – second spot on the medal tally – at the Commonwealth Games and the medal that pushed them to second place ahead of England was prolific Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal’s singles gold. (Photo credit: Twitter) In the 2010 final, Saina Nehwal got the better of Malaysia’s Mew Choo Wong. She lost the first game 19-21 and was trailing 20-21 in the second game, but the Indian ace held her nerve at a crucial juncture of the match and picked up the next two points to close the second game 23-21, before clinching the match and the gold with a 21-13 win in the third game.

How many medals India won in Commonwealth 2010?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

India at the 2010 Commonwealth Games
CGF code IND
CGA Indian Olympic Association
Website olympic,ind,in
in Delhi, India
Competitors 495
Flag bearers Opening: Abhinav Bindra Closing: Gagan Narang
Medals Ranked 2nd Gold 38 Silver 27 Bronze 36 Total 101
Commonwealth Games appearances ( overview )

1934 1938 1950 1954 1958 1962 1966 1970 1974 1978 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014 2018 2022

India hosted the 2010 Commonwealth Games which were held in Delhi from 3 to 14 October 2010. India won 101 medals in total, including 38 Gold medals, enabling it to finish the Games at second position behind Australia, For the first time in the history of the Games India won over 100 medals in total.

Is Philippines a Commonwealth country?

Commonwealth of the Philippines Commonwealth de Filipinas ( Spanish ) Komonwelt ng Pilipinas ( Tagalog )
1935–1942 1942–1945: Government-in-exile 1945–1946
Flags Top: Flag of the Philippines (1936–1985, 1986–1998) Bottom: Flag of the United States (1912–1959) Coat of arms
Anthem: ” The Philippine Hymn ”   0:51
Location of the Philippines in Southeast Asia
Status Unincorporated and organized U.S. commonwealth (1935–1946) Government-in-exile (1942–1945)
Capital and largest city Manila 14°35′45″N 120°58′38″E  /  14.59583°N 120.97722°E
Official languages
  • English
  • Spanish
National language Tagalog
Religion None official Majority: Christianity ( Catholicism, Protestantism ) Minority: Sunni Islam, folk religion
Government Devolved presidential constitutional dependency
High Commissioner
• 1935–1937 Frank Murphy
• 1937–1939 Paul V. McNutt
• 1939–1942 Francis Bowes Sayre Sr.
• 1942–1945 (in exile) Harold L. Ickes
• 1945–1946 Paul V. McNutt
• 1935–1944 Manuel L. Quezon
• 1944–1946 Sergio Osmeña
• 1946 Manuel Roxas
Vice President
• 1935–1944 Sergio Osmeña
• 1946 Elpidio Quirino
Legislature National Assembly (1935–1941) Congress (1945–1946)
• Upper house Senate (1945–1946)
• Lower house House of Representatives (1945–1946)
Historical era Interwar, World War II
• Tydings–McDuffie Act November 15 1935
• Government-in-exile March 12, 1942
• Restoration February 27, 1945
• Admitted to the UN October 24, 1945
• Independence July 4, 1946
• Treaty of Manila October 22, 1946
Currency Philippine peso ( ₱ )
Time zone UTC +08:00 ( PST )
Date format
  • mm / dd / yyyy
  • dd – mm – yyyy
Driving side left (before 1945) right (after 1945)
Preceded by Succeeded by
1935: Insular Government of the Philippine Islands
1945: Second Philippine Republic


1942: Philippine Executive Commission
1946: Third Philippine Republic


/td> Today part of Philippines

  1. ^ Some sources assert that an English version written by Mary A. Lane and Camilo Osías was legalized by Commonwealth Act No.382. The act, however, only concerns itself with the instrumental composition by Julián Felipe.
  2. ^ The Philippines belonged to, but were not a part of, the United States. See the Insular Cases article for more information.
  3. ^ Capital held by enemy forces between December 24, 1941, and February 27, 1945. Temporary capitals were
    • Corregidor Island from December 24, 1941;
    • Iloilo City from February 22, 1942;
    • Bacolod from February 26;
    • Buenos Aires, Bago from February 27;
    • Oroquieta from March 19;
    • Bukidnon from March 23;
    • Government-in-exile in Melbourne, Australia, in April;
    • Government-in-exile in Washington, D.C., from May 13, 1942, to October 1944;
    • Tacloban from October 20, 1944.

The Commonwealth of the Philippines ( Spanish : Commonwealth de Filipinas or Mancomunidad de Filipinas ; Tagalog : Komonwelt ng Pilipinas ) was an unincorporated territory and commonwealth of the United States that existed from 1935 to 1946. It was established following the Tydings–McDuffie Act to replace the Insular Government of the Philippine Islands and was designed as a transitional administration in preparation for full Philippine independence.

  • Its foreign affairs remained managed by the United States.
  • During its more than a decade of existence, the Commonwealth had a strong executive and a supreme court.
  • Its legislature, dominated by the Nacionalista Party, was at first unicameral but later bicameral.
  • In 1937, the government selected Tagalog – the language of Manila and its surrounding provinces – as the basis of the national language, although it would be many years before its usage became general.

Women’s suffrage was adopted, and the economy recovered to its pre- Depression level before the Japanese occupation in 1942. A period of exile took place during World War II from 1942 to 1945, when Japan occupied the Commonwealth, In 1946, the Commonwealth ended, and the Philippines attained full sovereignty as provided for in Article XVIII of the 1935 Constitution,

What world country is India?

Countries in the Third World

Country Third Word Country HDI Tier
India Yes Medium Human Development
Ivory Coast Yes Medium Human Development
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What is the position of India in Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games?

What is the position of India in the 2022 Commonwealth Games? Q. What is the position of India in the 2022 Commonwealth Games? Answer: Fourth Notes: India finished 4th on the podium at the Commonwealth Games 2022 with a medal tally of 61, including 22 Gold, 16 Silver, and 23 Bronze.

  • India is after Australia 178 (67 Gold), England 176 (57 Gold), Canada 92 (26 Gold).
  • The Birmingham Games is India’s fourth-best performance at the CWG.
  • Wrestlers contributed the most to the medal tally of India with all 12 of them clinching medals.
  • Sharath Kamal, the 40-year-old table tennis star, was the most successful Indian athlete with 4 medals, including 3 Gold.

: What is the position of India in the 2022 Commonwealth Games?

Is India performing better in Commonwealth Games?

Analysing India’s performance at the 2022 Commonwealth Games? | In Focus podcast August 09, 2022 09:49 pm | Updated 09:49 pm IST The last day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games proved to be a good one for India, as a flurry of medals pushed India’s tally to 22 golds medals and a fourth place in the medals table, behind Australia, England and Canada.

In this podcast, we take a closer look at India’s performance at CWG 2022 in different disciplines and what it bodes for the future. Guest: YB Sarangi, The Hindu Sports Bureau Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor, The Hindu Edited by Sharmada Venkatasubramanian Listen to more In Focus podcasts:

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Who is winning the Commonwealth Games 2022?

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally –

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. Australia 67 57 54 178
2. England 57 66 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 12 9 14 35
8. Wales 8 6 14 28
9. South Africa 7 9 11 27
10. Malaysia 7 8 8 23