CWG 2022 | Full List of Indian Medal Winners in Birmingham

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

August 01, 2022 02:05 pm | Updated December 27, 2022 08:14 am IST

Perry, the Commonwealth Games 2022 Mascot.

Perry, the Commonwealth Games 2022 Mascot. | Photo Credit: Getty Images

1. Mirabai Chanu - GOLD (Weightlifting, Women’s 49kg class)

Star weightlifter Mirabai Chanu went on a record-smashing spree, claiming four of them in a power-packed performance, to claim India’s first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on July 30, 2022.

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

Jeremy Lalrinnunga maintained country’s dominance in the weightlifting arena when he claimed the second gold medal which pushed India to top six on the medal table on day three of the Commonwealth Games, on July 31.

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

Weightlifter Achinta Sheuli lived up to his top billing as he clinched India’s third gold in the Commonwealth Games.

4. India women lawn bowls team - GOLD

The India lawn bowls team bagged a historic gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on August 2, 2022, a day after getting the country hooked to the rarely-followed game with their inspiring show.

5. Men’s table tennis team - GOLD

Harmeet Desai raised his game in the decisive singles as the Indian men's table tennis team retained its Commonwealth Games gold medal after a close fight against Singapore in Birmingham on August 2, 2022.

6. Sudhir - GOLD (Men’s heavyweight para powerlifting)

Sudhir claimed the gold medal in men’s heavyweight para powerlifting event at the Commonwealth Games on August 4. He 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.

7. Bajrang Punia - GOLD (Men’s 65kg category)

Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist Bajrang Punia defended his title in the 65kg competition that he won three of his four bouts inside first rounds. The 28-year-old defending champion beat Naurau’s Lowe Bingham and Mauritius’ Jean Guyliane Joris Bandou ‘by fall’ before winning by technical superiority against England’s Geroge Ramm.

8. Sakshi Malik - GOLD (Women’s 62kg category)

For Sakshi Malik, who has been battling for relevance for long, it was an ideal opportunity to get some confidence back and she used it to optimum level in the 62kg contest by winning her maiden CWG gold. She began by pinning home team wrestler Kelsey Barnes and followed that with a technical superiority win against Cameroon’s Berthe Emilienne.

9. Deepak Punia - GOLD (Men’s 86kg category)

Deepak Punia contributed to swelling India’s medal tally by winning the men’s freestyle 86kg gold at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on August 5.

10. Ravi Kumar Dahiya - GOLD (Men’s 57kg freestyle Wrestling)

Ravi Kumar Dahiya beat Nigeria’s Ebikewenimo Welson in the final of the men’s freestyle 57 kg category to win the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

11. Vinesh Phogat - GOLD (Women’s 53kg freestyle Wrestling)

Vinesh Phogat won her last group bout against Sri Lanka’s Chamodya Keshani Maduravalage Don on Saturday to secure a gold medal in the women’s 53 kg category at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

12. Naveen - GOLD (Men’s 74kg freestyle Wrestling)

Naveen bagged a gold medal in the men’s freestyle 74 kg category when he beat Pakistan’s Muhammad Sharif Tahir in the final on Saturday.

13. Bhavina Patel - GOLD (Para Table Tennis)

Star Indian para table tennis player Bhavina Patel won a gold medal in the women’s singles class 3-5 at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Saturday.

14. Nitu Ghanghas: GOLD (women’s 48kg)

Indian boxers Nitu Ghanghas won the women's 48kg Commonwealth Games title before Amit Panghal (men's 51kg) joined her on the top of the podium, in Birmingham on August 7, 2022.

15. Amit Panghal: GOLD (men’s 51kg)

Indian boxers Nitu Ghanghas won the women's 48kg Commonwealth Games title before Amit Panghal (men's 51kg) joined her on the top of the podium, in Birmingham on August 7, 2022.

16. Eldhose Paul: (GOLD) (men’s triple jump)

Eldhose Paul led India’s historic 1-2 finish in men’s triple jump at the Commonwealth Games as he won a rare gold medal in track and field events and was followed by fellow Kerala athlete Abdulla Aboobacker

17. Nikhat Zareen: (GOLD) 50kg

Nikhat Zareen defeated Carly McNaul of Northern Ireland in the final of women’s 50kg at the Commonwealth Games.

18. Table Tennis Mixed team - GOLD

Sharath Kamal and Akula Sreeja overcame giant-killer Malaysian pair of Javen Choong and Karen Lyne in the final to win India’s maiden mixed doubles gold medal at Commonwealth Games

19. Abdulla Aboobacker: (SILVER) (men’s triple jump)

.Eldhose Paul led India’s historic 1-2 finish in men’s triple jump at the Commonwealth Games as he won a rare gold medal in track and field events and was followed by fellow Kerala athlete Abdulla Aboobacker

20. Bidyarani Devi - SILVER (Weightlifting, Women’s 55kg class)

Weightlifter Bindyarani Devi clinched a silver in the women’s 55kg as India continued its medal rush at the Commonwealth Games.

21. Sanket Mahadev Sargar - SILVER (Weightlifting, Men’s 55kg class)

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

22. Vikas Thakur - SILVER (Weightlifting, Men’s 96kg class)

Indian heavyweight lifter Vikas Thakur added yet another Commonwealth Games medal to his kitty, winning a silver in the men’s 96kg here on Tuesday. The seasoned Thakur lifted a total of 346kg (155kg+191kg) to finish second and claim his third CWG medal across three editions.

23. 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 at the Commonwealth Games.

24. Judoka Shushila - SILVER (Judo, women’s 48 kg class)

The 27-year-old Shushila fought hard before losing the final via ‘Waza-Ari’ in the 4.25-minute final against South Africa’s Michaela Whitebooi

25. Murali Sreeshankar - SILVER (men’s long jump)

Murali Sreeshankar clinched a silver in men’s long jump to give India its second medal in athletics at the Commonwealth Games on August 4.

26. Anshu Malik - SILVER (Women’s 57kg freestyle wrestling)

Anshu Malik, who has taken rapid strides in her career, reached the women’s 57kg final with similar dominance but ended up second-best with a silver medal. The Nidani wrestler, who turned 21 on Friday, won by technical superiority against Australia’s Irene Symeonidis and Sri Lanka’s Nethmi Ahinsa Fernando Poruthotage.

27. Tulika Mann - SILVER (Judo, 78 kg)

23-year-old Indian judoka Tulika Maan settles for a silver medal in the women’s 78kg category in the Commonwealth Games.

28. Priyanka Goswami - SILVER (Women’s 10000m race walk)

Priyanka Goswami became the first Indian woman to win a medal in race walk with a silver in 10,000m event at the Commonwealth Games here. Goswami clocked a personal best time of 43:38.83 to finished second behind Jemima Montag (42:34.30) of Australia..

29. Avinash Sable - SILVER (Men’s 3000m steeplechase)

Avinash Sable won a silver in the men’s 3000m steeplechase event with a personal best and national record of 8.11.20.

30. Indian Men lawn bowls team - SILVER

India won its second medal in lawn bowls competition at the Commonwealth Games after the men’s fours team settled for a silver after losing to Norther Ireland in the final in Birmingham on August 6, 2022.

31. Sharath-Sathiyan - SILVER (Men’s table-tennis)

The seasoned Indian pair of Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan was outsmarted by familiar foes Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford of England in the men's doubles final at the Commonwealth Games in BIrmingham on August 7, 2022.

32. Sagar Ahlawat - SILVER (Boxing, Men’s 92kg)

Sagar lost to England’s Delicious Orie on Sunday to settle for the silver medal in the men’s super heavyweight category at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. This is India’s seventh boxing medal at this CWG.

33. Women’s Cricket Team - SILVER

India wins silver after losing to Australia by 9 runs in 1st Commonwealth women’s cricket final

34. Gururaja Poojary - BRONZE (Weightlifting, Men’s 61 kg class)

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

35. Vijay Kumar Yadav - BRONZE (Judo, men’s 60 kg class)

The 26-year-old Yadav, on the other hand, produced a superlative performance as he pounced on the mistake of his opponent and pinned him down for 10 seconds to end the contest in just 58 seconds.

36. Harjinder Kaur - BRONZE (Weightlifting, women, 71 kg)

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

37. Lovepreet Singh - BRONZE (Weightlifting, men, 109 kg)

India's Lovepreet Singh won a bronze in men's 109 kg to continue the country's medal rush in weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

38. Saurav Ghosal - BRONZE (Squash)

India’s Saurav Ghosal claimed India’s first ever singles medal in squash — a bronze — at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

39. Gurdeep Singh - BRONZE (Weightlifting, men, +109kg)

Gurdeep Singh rounded off India’s weightlifting campaign with a bronze medal in the +109kg event at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.

40. Tejaswin Shankar - BRONZE (High jump, men)

National record holder Tejaswin Shankar opened Indian athletics team’s medal account with a bronze in the men’s high jump event in the Commonwealth Games.

41. Divya Kakran - BRONZE (women’s 68kg freestyle wrestling)

Divya had got a tough 68kg draw as she found Tokyo Olympic silver medallist and 11-time African champion Blessing Oborududu from Nigeria in her campaign-opener. The first round was worth a final though but Divya was outplayed by the formidable Nigerian. The Asian Games bronze medallist won her repechage round against Blandine Nyeh Ngiri by fall.

42. Mohit Grewal - BRONZE (Men’s freestyle 125 kg wrestling)

Mohit Grewal won against Cyprus’ Alexios Kaouslidis 10-1 but lost in the semifinal to Canada’s Amarveer Dhesi by technical superiority. Up against Jamaica’s Aaron Anthony Johnson, Grewal dominated the bout by fall.

43. Deepak Nehra - BRONZE (Wrestling, 97kgs)

Deepak Nehra outplayed Pakistan’s Tayab Raza 10-2 in the bronze play-off as the country signed off from the wrestling competition with a high success rate.

44. Pooja Gehlot - BRONZE (Women's 50kg freestyle wrestling)

Indian grappler Pooja Gehlot defeated Christine Lemofack Letchidjio of Scotland and won the bronze medal in the Women's Freestyle 50 kg category in the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022.

45. Jasmine Lamboria - BRONZE (Boxing, Women’s 60kg)

Indian boxer Jasmine Lamboriya clinched the bronze medal in the women’s 60 kg Lightweight category at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022.

46. Pooja Sihag - BRONZE (Women’s Freestyle, 76kg)

Pooja Sihag grabbed a bronze by beating Australia’s Naomi de Bruine by technical superiority at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

47. Mohammed Hussamuddin - BRONZE (Men’s 57 kg Featherweight category)

28-year-old boxer Mohammed Hussamuddin claimed the bronze medal at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 on Saturday.

48. Rohit Tokas - BRONZE (Men’s 67kg Welterweight)

29-year-old Indian boxer Rohit Tokas clinched the bronze medal after a thrilling clash against Zambia’s Stephen Zimbaat the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2022 on Saturday.

49.  Sonalben Manubhai Patel - BRONZE (Para Table Tennis)

Sonalben Manubhai Patel also gave India a medal, claiming a bronze in women’s singles class 3-5. She defeated England’s Sue Bailey 11-5 11-2 11-3 in the bronze medal play-off.

50. Indian women hockey team - BRONZE

The Indian women’s hockey team beat defending champions New Zealand 2-1 in shootout to win the bronze medal and finish its campaign at the Commonwealth Games on a high note on August 7, 2022.

51. Sandeep Kumar - BRONZE (10,000m walk)

India’s Sandeep Kumar wins bronze in men’s 10000m racewalk

52. Annu Rani - BRONZE (women’s javelin throw)

India’s Annu Rani wins bronze in women’s javelin throw event.

53. Kidambi Srikanth - BRONZE (Badminton, Men’s singles)

World championships silver medallist Kidambi Srikanth signed off with bronze medal in the badminton competition of the Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

54. Badminton Women’s Doubles - BRONZE

Young women’s doubles pair of Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand signed off with bronze medals in the badminton competition of the Commonwealth Games.

55. Squash Mixed Doubles - BRONZE

The Indian mixed doubles pair of Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal won the bronze medal in the squash event of the Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

56. P.V. Sindhu - GOLD (Badminton, Women’s singles)

World number 7 P. V. Sindhu defeated world number 13 Michelle Li21-15, 21-13, taking India’s gold medal tally to 19 at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.

57. Lakshya Sen - GOLD (Badminton, Men’s singles)

Lakshya Sen was at his attacking best in the decider and led until the end. Yong tried his best to mount a comeback but Sen was unstoppable. He converted his first match point following a long rally, leading to a frenzied celebration that saw him throw his racket into the stands.

58. G. Sathiyan - GOLD (Table Tennis, Bronze’s singles)

G. Sathiyan bagged his maiden Commonwealth Games singles medal as he won bronze, beating home-favourite Paul Drinkhall 4-3 in front of a packed crowd here.

59. Sharath Kamal - GOLD (Table tennis, Men’s singles)

Veteran Sharath Kamal extended his domination at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on August 8, 2022, by winning the gold medal in men's singles event, thrashing England's Liam Pitchford 4-1 in the final.

60. Men’s Double Badmiton - GOLD

Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Chandrashekhar Shetty clinched the gold medal in the 2022 Commonwealth Games final beating England’s Ben Lane/Sean Vendy 21-15, 21-13.

61. Men’s Hockey - SILVER

India settled for the silver medal in men's hockey after losing to Australia 0-7 in a one-sided final at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on August 8, 2022.

Here is the full medal tally of Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.

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