CWG 2022: India ranks 7th with 18 medals after 6 days at Commonwealth Games
After 6 days in the Commonwealth Games, India’s medal tally has reached 18. The sixth day was special for India, on this day India got 4 medals including 1 silver and 3 bronze medals. Tulika Mann won a silver in Judo and Saurabh Ghoshal won a historic bronze medal in Squash. Apart from this, 2 bronze medals came on the sixth day in weightlifting. On the sixth day, India’s Lovepreet Singh and Gurdeep Singh won bronze in weightlifting and Tulika Mann won silver in judo.
6 day highlights for India
Lovepreet Singh won bronze in 109 kg weightlifting
India’s Mridul Borgohen won the lawn ball event
India’s Deepak Deswal’s journey in the men’s 100 kg weight category ended in the quarterfinals.
In hockey, the Indian women’s team has made it to the semi-finals after defeating Canada
Neetu made it to the semi-finals in boxing
Indian men’s team beat Canada 8-0
Tulika Mann won silver in Judo
Saurav Ghoshal won the bronze medal in squash
India’s Gurdeep Singh won bronze medal in weightlifting
India beat Barbados by 100 runs in cricket
India won 4 medals including two golds on Day 5 of the Commonwealth Games. Coming to India’s journey on Day 5, first India won their first gold medal by defeating South Africa in a historic lawn ball match, then in table tennis too, the team defeated Singapore in the final match to clinch the gold.
Talking about weightlifting, India’s Vikas Thakur won the silver medal in the 96 kg weight category. He lifted 155 kg in the snatch and 191 kg in the clean and jerk to win the silver medal with a total lift of 346 kg.
Badminton team won silver
India’s mixed team, the gold medal winners of the previous Commonwealth Games, had to settle for a silver medal this time. India had to face defeat at the hands of Malaysia in the final match. In the final match, the Malaysian team defeated India 3-1 and captured the gold medal.
India’s medal tally reached 18
After 6 days, India’s medal tally has reached 18, including 5 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 7 bronze medals for India. Among them, India has won the most medals in weightlifting with 10 medals. India is currently ranked 7th in the medal tally. Talking about the medal tally, Australia is number one. Australia is currently number one with 123 medals out of which they have won 46 gold, 38 silver and 39 bronze medals.