2022 Commonwealth Games: Birmingham Medal Table

2022 Commonwealth Games: Birmingham Medal Table

Event Name: 2022 Commonwealth Games
Host city:
 Birmingham, England
Motto: Sport is the beginning of all
Nations participating: 72 Commonwealth Teams
Events: 280 in 20 sports
Opening ceremony: 28 July, 2022
Closing ceremony: 08 August, 2022

2022 Commonwealth Games (officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games) is a multi-sport event being held in Birmingham, England, from 28 July to 08 August 2022. It is the first time that Birmingham has hosted the games and also marks England’s third time hosting the Commonwealth Games after London 1934 and Manchester 2002, and the seventh Games in the United Kingdom after London and Manchester, Cardiff 1958, Edinburgh 1970 and 1986, and Glasgow 2014.

The ranking in this table is consistent with International Olympic Committee convention in its published medal tables. By default, the table is ordered by the number of gold medals the athletes from a nation have won (in this context, a “nation” is an entity represented by a Commonwealth Games Association). The number of silver medals is taken into consideration next and then the number of bronze medals. If nations are still tied, equal ranking is given and they are listed alphabetically by their three-letter country code.

Two bronze medals are awarded in boxing, judo and wrestling.

No bronze medal was awarded in either the Women’s Marathon T54 event or the Women’s Tandem B Cycling; as only four athletes competed in each event, per current Commonwealth Games regulations, the bronze medal was not available if less than five entries competed.

Additionally, two silver medals were awarded in the Women’s 50m butterfly swimming event, as a result of a tie between two athletes.

2022 Commonwealth Games medal table:

2022 Commonwealth Games medal table


The official emblem was unveiled on 27 July 2019 at Centenary Square during the Commonwealth Social festival. It was designed by local agency RBL, based in Royal Leamington Spa, and is a jagged, triangular “B” shape formed by blue-yellow gradient lines representing the key venues of the Games in the West Midlands. The emblem is also the first to use the new branding for the CGF, as “Commonwealth Sport”. It received a mainly positive reaction from locals in the city and on social media and some compared it to the emblem for the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

2022 Commonwealth Games: Mascot

The official mascot for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is Perry, a multi-colored bull. Perry is named after an area of Birmingham, Perry Barr, within which Perry Park and the main athletics stadium, the Alexander Stadium, are located. The bull has a long history with being a symbol of Birmingham, and was positively received by the public on launch. Perry was designed by ten-year-old Emma Lou from Bolton.

Full list of India’s medal winners at CWG 2022

India’s Commonwealth Games 2022 campaign ended on Monday with 61 medals – the fourth-best country in the standings in Birmingham.

India won 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals to record its fifth-best medal haul in CWG history. Here is a look at the full Indian medal winners list from Commonwealth Games 2022:

Gold medal winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Gold – PV Sindhu – Badminton Women’s Singles
  2. Gold – Lakshya Sen – Badminton Men’s Singles
  3. Gold – Nikhat Zareen – Boxing Women’s Light Flyweight
  4. Gold – Vinesh Phogat – Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 53kg
  5. Gold – Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg
  6. Gold – Naveen – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 74kg
  7. Gold – Sharath Kamal – Table Tennis men’s singles
  8. Gold – Nitu Ghanghas – Boxing Minimumweight
  9. Gold – Amit Panghal – Boxing Flyweight
  10. Gold – Bajrang Punia – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 65kg
  11. Gold – Sakshi Malik – Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 62kg
  12. Gold – Deepak Punia – Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 86kg
  13. Gold – Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting Women’s 49kg
  14. Gold – Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Weightlifting Men’s 67kg
  15. Gold – Achinta Sheuli – Weightlifting Men’s 73kg
  16. Gold – Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey – Lawn Bowls Women’s Fours
  17. Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty – Table Tennis Men’s Team
  18. Gold – Sudhir – Para Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight
  19. Gold – Bhavina Patel – Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  20. Gold – Eldhose Paul- Men’s Triple Jump
  21. Gold – Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula – Table Tennis Mixed Team
  22. Gold – Satwik Sairaj Rankireddi and Chirag Shetty – Badminton men’s doubles

Silver medal winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Silver – Indian Women’s Cricket Team
  2. Silver – Anshu Malik – Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 57kg
  3. Silver – Murali Sreeshankar – Men’s Long Jump
  4. Silver – Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu – Badminton Mixed Team
  5. Silver – Sharath Kamal, G Sathiyan – Table Tennis Men’s Doubles
  6. Silver – Vikas Thakur – Weightlifting Men’s 96kg
  7. Silver – Shushila Devi Likmabam – Judo Women’s 48kg
  8. Silver – Bindyarani Devi – Weightlifting Women’s 55kg
  9. Silver – Tulika Maan – Judo Women’s +78kg
  10. Silver – Sanket Sargar – Weightlifting Men’s 55kg
  11. Silver – Avinash Sable – Men’s 3000m Steeplechase
  12. Silver – Priyanka Goswami – Women’s 10km Race Walk
  13. Silver – Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Navaneeth Singh – Lawn Bowls Men’s Fours
  14. Silver- Abdullah Aboobacker – Men’s Triple Jump
  15. Silver – Sagar Ahlawat – Boxing Men’s Super Heavyweight
  16. Silver – Indian men’s hockey team

Bronze medal winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Bronze – Gururaja Poojary – Weightlifting Men’s 61kg’
  2. Bronze – Vijay Kumar Yadav – Judo Men’s 60kg
  3. Bronze – Harjinder Kaur – Weightlifting Women’s 71kg
  4. Bronze – Lovepreet Singh – Weightlifting Men’s 109kg
  5. Bronze – Saurav Ghosal – Squash Men’s Singles
  6. Bronze – Gurdeep Singh – Weightlifting Men’s 109kg+
  7. Bronze – Tejaswin Shankar – Men’s High Jump
  8. Bronze – Divya Kakran – Wrestling Women’s 68kg
  9. Bronze – Mohit Grewal – Wrestling Men’s 125kg
  10. Bronze- Jaismine- Boxing Women’s Lightweight 60kg
  11. Bronze – Pooja Gehlot – Wrestling Freestyle Women’s 57=0kg
  12. Bronze – Pooja Sihag – Wrestling Freestyle Women’s 76kg
  13. Bronze – Hussamuddin – Men’s Boxing Featherweight
  14. Bronze – Deepak Nehra – Wrestling Freestyle Men’s 97kg
  15. Bronze – Sonalben Patel – Para Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  16. Bronze – Rohit Tokas – Boxing Men’s Welterweight 67kg
  17. Bronze – Indian Women’s Hockey Team
  18. Bronze- Sandeep Kumar- Men’s 10,000m Race Walk
  19. Bronze – Annu Rani – Women’s Javelin Throw
  20. Bronze – Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Palikkal – Squash Mixed Doubles
  21. Bronze – Kidambi Srikanth – Badminton Men’s Singles
  22. Bronze – Gayathri Gopichand, Treesa Jolly – Badminton Women’s Doubles
  23. Bronze – G. Sathiyan – Table Tennis Men’s Singles

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