CWG 2018 Medal Tally India: 2018 Commonwealth Games medal winners

CWG 2018 Medal Tally India: 2018 Commonwealth Games medal winners

CWG 2018 Medal Tally India with Gold Medal, Silver Medal and Bronze Medal from 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.

Saina Nehwal's aggression and intensity quite literally wilted P V sindhu as she picked up the women's singles Commonwealth Games gold medal with exhilarating triumph in the final. (Source: Reuters)

PV Sindhu lost 21-18 23-21 to Saina Nehwal in the final to settle for silver. (Source; Reuters)

In men's singles world No.1 Kidambi Srikanth let slip a strong start to lose 19-21 21-14 21-14 to Malaysian icon Lee Chong Wei, to settle for silver. (Source: AP)

Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa went down fighting in the women's doubles final to settle for silver. (Source: SAI Media)

Manika Batra's sensational run at the Commonwealth Games fetched her another medal as she teamed up with G Sathiyan to collect the mixed doubles bronze.c (Source: Reuters)

The debutant men's doubles pair of Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty settled for silver medals on the final day of the event. (Source: Reuters)

Sharath Kamal clinched his third medal of the Games by winning a bronze in men's singles after beating Samuel Walker of England 4-1 (11-7 11-9 9-11 11-6 12-10). (Source: Reuters)

Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian javelin thrower to claim a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, pulling off a season's best effort of 86.47m in the final. (Source: AP)

The legend of M C Mary Kom (48kg) grew larger as she added the Commonwealth Games gold to her packed medal cabinet, thrashing Northern Ireland's Kristina O'Hara in the final. (Source: AP)

Vinesh Phogat won two of her three bouts on technical superiority, raising 10-point leads before her rivals could open their accounts. (Source: PTI)

A marauding Manika Batra created history by becoming the first Indian woman table tennis player to win a singles gold at the Commonwealth Games. (Source: Reuters)

Sakshi went out of the gold medal contention in the first round itself after losses to Canada's Michelle Fazzari and Nigeria's Aminat Adeniyi following a win over Cameroon's Berthe Ngolle. But she gathered herself after the setback to defeat New Zealand's Tayla Ford 6-5 in a close bout to avoid going without a medal. The heartbreak of missing the gold left her in tears during the medal ceremony. (Source: PTI)

Women's doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy, meanwhile, won a bronze medal after beating local hopes Setyana Mapasa and Gronya Somerville 21-19 21-19. (Source: PTI)

Vikas Krishan became the first Indian boxer to claim gold medals at both the Asian and the Commonwealth Games. (Source; Reuters)

Somveer rallied from a 1-3 deficit to defeat Canadian Alexander Moore in the bronze medal bout. (Source: PTI)

Amit Panghal, who was chasing his third successive international gold, was beaten by England's European silver-medallist Galal Yafai in the final. He settled for silver. (Source: AP)

Gaurav Solanki provided the golden touch, pulling it off 4-1 over Northern Ireland's Brendan Irvine. The Indian lost the third round but did just enough in the first two to walk away with a gold medal on debut at the Games. (Source: Reuters)

Manish Kaushik lost 2-3 to local favourite Harry Garside, on a split decision to settle for silver. (Source: AP)

Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan went down fighting in the men's doubles to settle for silver. (Source: Reuters)

Satish Kumar lost to England's European Championships silver-medallist Frazer Clarke in his final clash to end with a silver medal. (Source: AP)

The bronze in men's doubles also went to India as Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shetty sailed past Singapore's Poh Shao Feng Ethan and Pang Yew En Koen 3-0. (Source: Reuters)

Shooter Sanjeev Rajput claimed the 50m rifle 3 positions gold medal by creating a Commonwealth Games record in both qualification and final, ending the Indian shooters' impressive campaign at the mega event on a high. (Source: AP)

Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal settled for silver medal in the mixed doubles squash event of the Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Indian pair to achieve the feat in the sporting extravaganza. (Source: Express Photo by Kevin D'Souza)

A dominant Bajrang Punia overpowered his opponents with remarkable ease to claim gold medal in the men's freestyle 65 kg event at the 21st Commonwealth Games on Day 9. The 24-year-old from Haryana dominated the proceedings against Wales' Kane Charig to register an emphatic 10-0 win to claim India's 16th gold medal. (Source: PTI)

Indian women's doubles pair of Manika Batra and Mouma Das settled for silver medal in table tennis event at CWG. (Source: PTI)

Manoj Kumar lost against Pat McCormack in the Men's 69kg semifinal to settle for the Bronze medal. (Source: PTI)

Anish Bhanwala, 15, trumped, in style, the men on his way to becoming India's youngest ever gold medallist at the Commonwealth Games, the incredible talent making up for his lack of experience with skills, which hogged the limelight. (Source: AP)

Pooja Dhanda produced a valiant effort but went down 5-6 to finish with a silver medal in CWG 2018. (Source: PTI)

Hussamuddin Mohammad won a bronze medal for India in Men's 56kg event on Day 9 of Commonwealth Games 2018. (Source: Dept of Sports MYAS)

Tejaswini Sawant added another gold medal to her decorated Commonwealth Games resume en route to shattering the games record in the women's 50m rifle 3 positions event. (Source: Reuters)

Tejaswini's teammate Anjum Moudgil won silver in the women's 50m rifle 3 positions event. (Source: AP)

Divya Kakran grabbed a bronze medal in women's 68kg category wrestling. (Source: PTI)

India's Naman Tanwar ended with a bronze in the 91 kg category after losing 0-4 to Australia's Jason Whateley. (Source: Boxing Federation)

Mausam Khatri bags Silver after Martin Erasmus of South Africa defeated the Indian in a 12-2 one sided Men's Freestyle 97kg match. (Source: PTI)

Sushil Kumar won a record third gold medal at the Commonwealth Games after defeating South Africa’s Botha Johannes by techinical superiority in men’s 74kg wrestling. Sushil, who is 34-year-old, became the most successful wrestler at the Commonwealth Games after winning three succssive gold medals in different editions. (Source: AP)

Seema Punia came up with a best effort of 60.41m, which she did in her opening attempt to win silver, her fourth successive CWG medal. (Source: AP)

Discus thrower Navjeet Kaur Dhillon grabbed bronze on Day 8 of Commonwealth Games with her final throw of 57.43m. (Source: AP)

Wrestler Rahul Aware defeated Canada’s Steven Takahashi with 15-7 on the scoreboard to clinch the top podium finish. The Maharashtra grappler scored six technical points in the first period and nine in the second, against Takahashi’s four and three, respectively. (Source: PTI)

Kiran defeated Mauritian Katouskia Pariadhaven by fall in the repechage of the 76kg category for her first major medal at the international level. (Source: Reuters)

Babita settled for silver after being outmanuevered by Canada's Diana Weicker in the summit clash. Babita, who claimed a silver in the 2010 edition before a gold in Glasgow, failed to break through her rival's defences, going down 2-5 in the contest. (Source: PTI)

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Tejaswini Sawant clinched silver in 50m Rifle Prone Women at the Belmont Shooting Centre in Gold Coast on Day 8 of Commonwealth Games 2018. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India Shreyasi Singh

Shreyasi Singh, who previously won the silver medal in Double Trap Shooting event in Glasgow 2014, clinched the top podium finish in Gold Coast. It was her third Commonwealth Games this year. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India P Gururaja

Ankur Mittal won the bronze medal for India in Men's Double Trap for India on Wednesday. He was the silver-medal winner in Men's double trap event in 2014 CWG in Glasgow. He won the silver medal at ISSF Shotgun World Championship in 2017 in Mexico. The victory took him to No. 1 ranking last year. (Source: File)

CWG 2018 Medal India Om Mitharval

Om Mitharval extended his reputation in Commonwealth Games 2018 as he clinched the second bronze in Gold Coast. The shooter, who previously won the bronze in 10m air pistol, won another in 50m pistol. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Heena Sidhu

Heena Sidhu gave India their 11th gold medal on day 6 of 2018 Commonwealth Games by finishing at the top in 25m air pistol. In the picture, Sidhu is seen celebrating her record win with her coach and husband Ronak Pandit. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India Sachin Chaudhary

Sachin Chaudhary claimed a bronze in men’s heavyweight final on Tuesday to take India’s medal count to 21. This was India’s first medal in para-sports. (Source: SAI Media)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Badmiton

India won historic gold in badminton mixed-team event at Commonwealth Games 2018, thrashing three-time defending champions Malaysia in the final in Gold Coast, Australia. Saina Nehwal led a long, intense battle against Soniia Cheah to give India the top position. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Table Tennis

India swept the table tennis team events at the 21st Commonwealth Games after the men’s team clinched gold with an emphatic win over Nigeria. The men’s side capped off their 3-0 win, a day after the women’s team stunned Singapore. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Jitu Rai

Jitu Rai created a new Commonwealth Games record and returned to winning ways by snapping up the gold medal at CWG 2018. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Mehuli Ghosh

Commonwealth Games debutant Mehuli Ghosh came agonisingly close to winning gold as she failed to beat Singapore’s Martina Lindsay Veloso in a shoot-off in the women’s 10m Air Rifle finals. She returns home with a silver. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Apurvi Chandela

Defending gold-medallist Apurvi Chandela’s run came to an end in 10m air rifle after she shot a series of nine-plus pointers to take home bronze. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Om Mitharval

Om Mitharval, 22, equalled the qualification games record to win a bronze in the men’s 10m Air Pistol. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India India Pradeep Singh

Pardeep Singh missed out on the opportunity to claim India’s eighth gold medal at the 21st Commonwealth Games. He came agonisingly close to finishing on top of the podium in the men’s 105kg category, but eventually settled for a silver in a closely contested event. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Table Tennis

Indian women's table tennis team shocked Singapore 3-1 to claim its first ever gold medal at the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Gold Coast. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India Punam Yadav

Punam Yadav, a bronze-medallist in the 63kg category at the 2014 Glasgow edition, lifted a personal best of 222kg (110kg+122kg) to claim the top spot ahead of England's Sarah Davies, who finished with 217kg (95kg+122kg). (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Manu Bhaker

India's Manu Bhaker won her nation's sixth gold medal at this year's Games, notching a Games record score of 240.9 to win the women's 10m air pistol finals. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India Heena Sidhu

India's Heena Sidhu shot 379/400 to come in second after Manu Bhaker. winning silver in 10m air pistol finals. She had also won a silver at the Delhi Games in 2010. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India Ravi Kumar

Indian shooter Ravi Kumar won the bronze medal in the men's 10m air rifle event at the 21st Commonwealth Games. (Source: AP)

CWG 2018 Medal India Vikas Thakur

Vikas Thakur added a shade of bronze to Indian weightlifters' golden run at the Commonwealth Games, claiming the third position in the 94kg category by equalling his personal best. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India RV Rahul

Rahul Venkat Ragala won the gold medal in men’s weightlifting 85kg category. This took India’s gold medal tally to four, all of them coming from the weightlifting contigent. He lifted a total of 338kg (151kg+187kg) to finish on top. (Source: Reuters)

CWG 2018 Medal India Sathish

Weightlifters added more gold medals to India's medal tally after day three. Sathish Kumar Sivalingam began day 3 by repeating his feat from the Glasgow Games by winning gold in the 77kg men’s weightlifting. He lifted lifted a total 317kg (144kg+173kg) and was so ahead of the competition that he forfeited his final clean and jerk lift in Gold Coast CWG on Saturday. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Deepak Lather

Deepak Lather became India’s youngest weightlifter to win a Commonwealth Games medal after he won the bronze medal in men’s 69kg weight category at CWG 2018 in Gold Coast on Friday. Hailing from Haryana, the 18-year-old lifted a total of 295kg (136kg+159kg) to finish third. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Sanjita Chanu

Sanjita Chanu struck her second consecutive gold medal on the 2nd day of the CWG 2018 at Gold Coast. The Manipuri athlete created a CWG record in Snatch, lifting a total of 84 kg, and then lifted 108 kg on her way to get to a total lift of 192 kg. (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India Mirabai Chanu

Putting behind her disappointment at the Rio 2016 Olympics, India’s Chanu Saikhom Mirabai blew away her competition on Thursday and went on to set a new Commonwealth Games record in the women’s 48kg weightlifting. On her way to clinch India’s first gold at the Gold Coast event, Chanu has not pulled off clean lifts but also broke the games record in quick succession in all her three attempts. While in the snatch event, Chanu posted 80kgm 84kg and 86kg, in the clean and jerk she lifted more than double her body weight (103kg, 107kg and 110kg). (Source: PTI)

CWG 2018 Medal India P Gururaja

P Gururaja struck silver medal in Gold Coast in the men’s 56kg final with a total lift of 249kg. He lifted 111kg in snatch and then 138kg in clean and jerk to win the silver medal for India. Gururaja failed to lift the weight of 138kg in his first two attempts but managed to lift it in his final attempt to secure the medal. (Source: PTI)