CWG 2022 medal tally: 9 medals in India’s account, Australia tops

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG 2022) It’s been four days. Many events have been completed and dozens of medals have also been won by players. Still not much has changed in the medal table. Like on the first day, Australia is on top on the fourth day and the medal tally is increasing rapidly. Along […]
 


CWG 2022 medal tally: 9 medals in India’s account, Australia tops

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG 2022) It’s been four days. Many events have been completed and dozens of medals have also been won by players. Still not much has changed in the medal table. Like on the first day, Australia is on top on the fourth day and the medal tally is increasing rapidly. Along with this, the fourth day also brought a medal for India. However, many medals did not come. But India’s name was confirmed on some other medals. Even after the fourth day, India remains in the sixth place. Commonwealth Games 2022 on Monday 1 August (Commonwealth Games 2022)It was the fourth day. But it was the third consecutive day for India in terms of medals when India’s name was written on the medal. Like the last two days, this time also the medal has come from weightlifting. Harjinder Kaur won the bronze medal in the women’s 71kg category. In this way India won its second bronze and 7th medal overall.

Judo increases India’s medal tally

India’s medal tally saw diversity for the first time on Monday, and for a reason. In a game in which India’s identity is negligible and in which India has not got much success. India won two medals in a single day. Sushila Devi, who won the first judo silver for India in 2014, once again showed her flair and created history by winning another silver medal.

Apart from this, Vijay Kumar Yadav won bronze medal in repechage. In this way, India is at the sixth position with a total of 9 medals with 3 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze.

 

India will look for gold in the men’s team finals of lawn ball, badminton mixed team and table tennis on Tuesday. There is a possibility of medals in other events including weightlifting. so that the situation can be further improved.

Australian swimmers continue to dominate

If we talk about the whole table, then Australia continues to dominate the top. Australia has won a total of 71 medals with 31 gold. In swimming once again the Australian team has won the most medals with 7 medals. So far, swimmers have won a total of 39 medals for Australia, including 16 gold. As of August 1, a total of 26 countries have won medals. So far a total of 276 medals have been received.