India finished 4th at the Commonwealth Games 2022; its best performance still remains to be at Delhi 2010 edition where India finished 2nd with 101 medals.
India ended its Commonwealth Games 2022 campaign with four gold medals on the last day. India won a total of 61 medals and clinched the number four position in the medal tally. India’s medal tally consists of 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals.
Gold Medal Winners for India (22)
It all started with weightlifter Mirabai Chanu’s gold but the Indian wrestlers lead the tally with 6 gold medals.
- Sakshi Malik – Women’s Freestyle 62kg
- Vinesh Phogat – Women’s Nordic 53kg
- Bajrang Punia – Men’s Freestyle 65kg
- Deepak Punia – Men’s Freestyle 86kg
- Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Men’s Freestyle 57kg
- Naveen – Men’s Freestyle 74kg
- Mirabai Chanu – Women’s 49kg
- Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Men’s 67kg
- Achinta Sheuli – Men’s 73kg
- Nikhat Zareen – Women’s Light Flyweight
- Nitu Ghanghas – Minimum Weight
- Amit Panghal – Flyweight
- PV Sindhu – Women’s Singles
- Lakshya Sen – Men’s Singles
- Satwik Sairaj Rankireddi and Chirag Shetty – Men’s Doubles
- Sharath Kamal – Men’s Singles
- Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula – Mixed Team
- Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty – Men’s Team
- Sudhir – Para Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight
- Bhavina Patel – Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
- Eldhose Paul- Men’s Triple Jump
- Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey – Women’s Fours
Silver Medal Winners for India (16)
- Murali Sreeshankar – Men’s Long Jump
- Avinash Sable – Men’s 3000m Steeplechase
- Priyanka Goswami – Women’s 10km Race Walk
- Abdullah Aboobacker – Men’s Triple Jump
- Vikas Thakur – Men’s 96kg
- Bindyarani Devi – Women’s 55kg
- Sanket Sargar – Men’s 55kg
- Shushila Devi Likmabam – Women’s 48kg
- Tulika Maan – Women’s +78kg
- Anshu Malik – Women’s Freestyle 57kg
- Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu – Mixed Team
- Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan – Men’s Doubles
- Sagar Ahlawat – Men’s Super Heavyweight
- Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Navaneeth Singh – Men’s Fours
- Indian Women’s T20
- Indian Men
Bronze Medal Winners for India (23)
- Divya Kakran – Women’s Freestyle 68kg
- Pooja Gehlot – Nordic Women’s 57kg
- Pooja Sihag – Freestyle Women’s 76kg
- Mohit Grewal – Men’s Freestyle 125kg
- Deepak Nehra – Freestyle Men’s 97kg
- Gururaja Poojary – Men’s 61kg
- Harjinder Kaur – Women’s 71kg
- Lovepreet Singh – Men’s 109kg
- Gurdeep Singh – Men’s 109kg+
- Jaismine- Women’s Lightweight 60kg
- Hussamuddin – Boxing Featherweight
- Rohit Tokas – Men’s Welterweight 67kg
- Tejaswin Shankar – Men’s High Jump
- Sandeep Kumar- 10,000m Race Walk
- Annu Rani – Women’s Javelin Throw
- Kidambi Srikanth – Men’s Singles
- Gayathri Gopichand, Treesa Jolly – Women’s Doubles
- Saurav Ghosal – Men’s Singles
- Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Palikkal – Mixed Doubles
- G. Sathiyan – Men’s Singles
- Vijay Kumar Yadav – Men’s 60kg
- Sonalben Patel – Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
- Women’s Hockey
India is participating in the Commonwealth Games since 1954. Prior to that the Games were known as British Empire games. India had participated in those games under the British India flag. After independence, India had skipped the 1962 and 1986 games.
India’s performances over the years since 1954-
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