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Commonwealth Games 2022: Indian Medal Winners List

The 22nd Edition of Commonwealth Games 2022 has begun on 28th July 2022 and it will be continued until 8th August 2022. The Commonwealth Games 2022 is organised in Birmingham, England. In recent times, India has been performing well in the Commonwealth Games 2022. Commonwealth Games 2022 have concluded, India has managed to bag 61 medals in the Commonwealth Games 2022. In this article, you will be updated on the upcoming events and Indian Medal Winners in CWG.

Commonwealth Games & History

The Common Wealth Games began in 1930. The Commonwealth Games began with the objective to promote the core values of humanity, harmony, equality, and the spirit of sport. The CWG started with 11 countries and a total of 400 Athletes in 1930. With time the Commonwealth Games has grown into an event where 4600 sports people participate from 72 nations across the world.

All sports List of Commonwealth Games 2022

Here is the list of All sports events List of the Commonwealth Games 2022. Read the following table carefully to learn about all the sporting events of the Commonwealth Games 2022. The participants of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be participating in more than 20 events scheduled from 28th July 2022 to 8th August 2022.

Sporting Events of Commonwealth Games 2022

3*3 Basketball Cycling- Mountain Bike
3*3 Wheelchair  Basketball Cycling- Road
Aquatics- Diving Cycling- Track & Para Track
Aquatics- Swimming & Para Swimming Gymnastics- Artistic
Athletics and Para Athletics Gymnastics- Rhythmic
Badminton Hockey
Beach Volley Judo
Boxing Lawn Bowls & Para Lawn Bowls
Cricket T20 Netball
Para Powerlifting Rugby Sevens
Squash Table Tennis & Para Table Tennis
Triathlon & Para Triathlon Weightlifting

Indian Medal Winners in CWG

So far India has won 61 Medals in Commonwealth Games 2022. The Indian Medal Winners in the CWG list are given below. Read carefully to know the name of the winners, their medals and the events they participated in.

Athlete/Participant Event Medal
Jeremy Lalrinnunga 67 kg category of weightlifting (Men) Gold
Mirabai Chanu 49 KG weightlifting (Women) Gold
Achinta Sheuli 73 kg Weightlifting (Men) Gold
Sanket Sargar 55 kg weightlifting (Men) Silver
Bindyarani Devi 55 kg weightlifting (Women) Silver
Gururaja Poojary 61kg weightlifting (Men) Bronze
Harjinder Kaur 71kg weightlifting (Women) Bronze
Punam Yadav 76kg Weightlifting Silver
Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu Mixed Badminton Team Silver
Vikas Thakur 96 kg weightlifting (Men) Silver
Rupa Rani Tirkey, Pinki, Lovely Choubey, and Nayanmoni Saikia Four Lawn Bowls (Women) Gold
Judoka Tulika Maan  78kg Category Judo (Women) Silver
Tejaswin Shankar High Jump Athletics (Men) Bronze
Lovepreet Singh 109kg weightlifting (Men) Bronze
Gurdeep Singh 109kg + weightlifting (Men) Bronze
Saurav Ghosal Men’s Singles Squash Bronze
Murali Sreeshankar Long Jump Athletics (Men) Silver
Bajrang Punia 65kg Freestyle Wrestling (Men) Gold
Sakshi Malik 62kg Wrestling (Women) Gold
Deepak Punia 85kg Wrestling (Men) Gold
Anshu Malik 57 kg Wrestling (Women) Silver
Divya Kakran 68 kg  Wrestling (Women)  Bronze
Mohit Grewal 125 kg  Wrestling (Men) Bronze
Harmeet Desai, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Sanil Shetty, and Sharath Achanta Table Tennis Championship (Men) Gold
Sudhir Heavyweight Para Powerlifting  (Men) Gold
Bindyarani Sorokhaibam 55kg  Weightlifting (Women)  Silver
Vinesh Phogat 53 kg Wrestling (Women) Gold
Naveen 74 kg Freestyle Wrestling  (Men) Gold
Bhavina Patel Singles Para Table Tennis  (Women) Gold
Priyanka Goswami 10,000m Race Walk (Women) Silver
Avinash Sable 3000m Steeplechase – Athletics (Men) Silver
Sunil Bahadur (lead), Navneet Singh (second), Chandan Kumar Singh (third) and Dinesh Kumar (skip) Indian Lawn Bowls Four Team (Men) Silver
Deepak Nehra 97 kg Wrestling  (Men) Bronze
Pooja Gehlot 50kg Freestyle Wrestling  (Women) Bronze
Pooja Sihag 76kg Wrestling  (Women) Bronze
Mohammed Hussamuddin 57kg Featherweight Boxing  (Men)  Bronze
Rohit Tokas 67kg Welterweight Boxing  (Men) Bronze
Sonalben Manubhai Patel Table Tennis Singles Class 3-5 (Women) Bronze
Jaismine Lamboria 60kg Lightweight Boxing (Women) Bronze
Ravi Kumar Dahiya 57 kg Freestyle Wrestling (Men) Gold
Nitu Ghanghas 48kg  Boxing (Women) Gold
Eldhose Paul Triple Jump – Athletics(Men) Gold
Amit Panghal 51kg  Boxing (Men) Gold
Nikhat Zareen 50kg  Boxing (Women) Gold
A. Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula Table tennis mixed doubles Gold
Abdulla Aboobacker Triple Jump – Athletics (Men)  Silver
Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan Table tennis doubles (Men) Silver
Indian Women’s Cricket Team  Cricket (Women)  Silver
Indian Women’s Hockey Team  Hockey (Women)  Silver
Sandeep Kumar 10,000 m racewalk – Athletics (Men)  Bronze
Annu Rani Javelin Throw – Athletics (Women) Bronze
Tressa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand Young Doubles Badminton (Women) Bronze
Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal Mixed Doubles Squash Bronze
Sagar Ahlawat 92+ kg Boxing (Men) Silver
PV Sindhu Badminton Single (Women)  Gold
Lakshya Sen Badminton Single (Men)  Gold
G. Sthiyan Table Tennis Single (Men)  Bronze
Sharath Kamal Table Tennis Single (Men)  Gold
Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy,  Chirag Shetty Badminton Doubles (Men)  Gold
Kidambi Srikanth Badminton Single (Men)  Bronze

Indian Medal Winners in CWG: FAQs

Q: Is India participating in Commonwealth Games 2022?

A: Yes, India is participating in the Commonwealth Games 2022 with a contingent of 200+ participants in more than 150 events.

Q: Who won the first gold medal for India in Commonwealth Games 2022?

A: Star Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu has bagged the first gold medal for India in Commonwealth Games 2022.

Q: How many countries are in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

A: 72 countries have participated in the Commonwealth Games 2022.

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