Commonwealth Games 2022 Winners Pdf

22nd Commonwealth Games 2022 held in BirminghamEngland from 28 July 2022 to 8 August 2022.

  • Edition-XXII(22nd)
  • Host city-Birmingham, England
  • Motto-“Sport is just the beginning”
  • Nations participating-72 Commonwealth nations
  • Athletes participating-5,054
  • Events-280 in 20 sports
  • Opening ceremony-28 July 2022
  • Closing ceremony-8 August 2022
  • Main venue- Alexander Stadium

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Top 5 winner Countries in Commonwealth Games 2022

Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally

Position Country Gold Silver Bronze Medal Tally
1 Australia 67 57 54 178
2 England 57 66 53 176
3 Canada 26 32 34 92
4 India 22 16 23 61
5 New Zealand 20 12 17 49

India in 2022 Commonwealth Games

The Indian team of 106 men and 104 women competing in 16 sports in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. India did not compete in 3×3 basketball, beach volleyball, netball, and rugby sevens.

  • Competitors-210 (106 men and 104 women) in 16 sports
  • India’s Ranked4th
  • India won total of 61 medals with 22 Gold, 16 Silver & 23 Bronze

Flag bearers (opening)

  • Manpreet Singh(Hockey)&
  • V. Sindhu (Badminton)

Flag bearers (closing)

  • Nikhat Zareen(Boxing)&
  • Sharath Achanta(Table Tennis)

 

  • Squash player Anahat Singh became the youngest Indian athlete to compete at the Commonwealth Games at just 14 years of
  • 45-year-old Lawn Bowls player Sunil Bahadurwas the oldest player in the Commonwealth Games 2022.
  • India’s first medal of the Games was won by Sanket Sargar with a silver in weightlifting.
  • Saikhom Mirabai Chanu won the first gold medal for the country India in weightlifting.
  • India won its first-ever medals in Lawn Bowls after the Women’s Fours team won the Gold Medal.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Indian Medal Winners list

Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Weightlifting Women’s 49 kg
 Gold Jeremy Lalrinnunga Weightlifting Men’s 67 kg
 Gold Achinta Sheuli Weightlifting Men’s 73 kg
 Gold ·        Rupa Rani Tirkey

·        Nayanmoni Saikia

·        Lovely Choubey

·        Pinki Singh

Lawn bowls Women’s fours
 Gold ·        Harmeet Desai

·        Sanil Shetty

·        Sharath Achanta

·        Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Table tennis Men’s team
 Gold Sudhir Para powerlifting Men’s heavyweight
 Gold Bajrang Punia Wrestling Men’s freestyle 65 kg
 Gold Sakshi Malik Wrestling Women’s freestyle 62 kg
 Gold Deepak Punia Wrestling Men’s freestyle 86 kg
 Gold Ravi Kumar Dahiya Wrestling Men’s freestyle 57 kg
 Gold Vinesh Phogat Wrestling Women’s freestyle 53 kg
 Gold Naveen Malik Wrestling Men’s freestyle 74 kg
 Gold Bhavina Patel Table tennis Women’s singles C3–5
 Gold Nitu Ghanghas Boxing Women’s 48 kg
 Gold Amit Panghal Boxing Men’s 51 kg
 Gold Eldhose Paul Athletics Men’s triple jump
 Gold Nikhat Zareen Boxing Women’s 50 kg
 Gold Sharath Achanta
Sreeja Akula
Table tennis Mixed doubles
 Gold P. V. Sindhu Badminton Women’s singles
 Gold Lakshya Sen Badminton Men’s singles
 Gold Chirag Shetty
Satwiksairaj Rankireddy
Badminton Men’s doubles
 Gold Sharath Achanta Table tennis Men’s singles
 Silver Sanket Sargar Weightlifting Men’s 55 kg
 Silver Bindyarani Devi Weightlifting Women’s 55 kg
 Silver Shushila Likmabam Judo Women’s 48 kg
 Silver Vikas Thakur Weightlifting Men’s 96 kg
 Silver India badminton team

·        Srikanth Kidambi

·        Satwiksairaj Rankireddy

·        B. Sumeeth Reddy

·        Lakshya Sen

·        Chirag Shetty

·        Gayathri Gopichand

·        Treesa Jolly

·        Aakarshi Kashyap

·        Ashwini Ponnappa

·        P. V. Sindhu

Badminton Mixed team
 Silver Tulika Maan Judo Women’s +78 kg
 Silver Murali Sreeshankar Athletics Men’s long jump
 Silver Anshu Malik Wrestling Women’s freestyle 57 kg
 Silver Priyanka Goswami Athletics Women’s 10,000 m walk
 Silver Avinash Sable Athletics Men’s 3000 m steeplechase
 Silver ·        Sunil Bahadur

·        Navneet Singh

·        Chandan Singh

·        Dinesh Kumar

Lawn bowls Men’s fours
 Silver Abdulla Aboobacker Athletics Men’s triple jump
 Silver Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
Sharath Achanta
Table tennis Men’s doubles
 Silver India women’s cricket team

·        Harmanpreet Kaur

·        Smriti Mandhana

·        Taniya Bhatia

·        Yastika Bhatia

·        Harleen Deol

·        Rajeshwari Gayakwad

·        Sabbhineni Meghana

·        Sneh Rana

·        Jemimah Rodrigues

·        Deepti Sharma

·        Meghna Singh

·        Renuka Singh

·        Pooja Vastrakar

·        Shafali Verma

·        Radha Yadav

Cricket Women’s cricket
 Silver Sagar Ahlawat Boxing Men’s +92 kg
 Silver India men’s hockey team

·        P. R. Sreejesh

·        Krishan Pathak

·        Varun Kumar

·        Surender Kumar

·        Harmanpreet Singh

·        Amit Rohidas

·        Jugraj Singh

·        Jarmanpreet Singh

·        Manpreet Singh

·        Hardik Singh

·        Vivek Prasad

·        Shamsher Singh

·        Akashdeep Singh

·        Nilakanta Sharma

·        Mandeep Singh

·        Gurjant Singh

·        Lalit Upadhyay

·        Abhishek

Hockey Men’s tournament
 Bronze Gururaja Poojary Weightlifting Men’s 61 kg
 Bronze Vijay Kumar Yadav Judo Men’s 60 kg
 Bronze Harjinder Kaur Weightlifting Women’s 71 kg
 Bronze Lovepreet Singh Weightlifting Men’s 109 kg
 Bronze Saurav Ghosal Squash Men’s singles
 Bronze Gurdeep Singh Weightlifting Men’s +109 kg
 Bronze Tejaswin Shankar Athletics Men’s high jump
 Bronze Divya Kakran Wrestling Women’s freestyle 68 kg
 Bronze Mohit Grewal Wrestling Men’s freestyle 125 kg
 Bronze Jaismine Lamboria Boxing Women’s lightweight
 Bronze Pooja Gehlot Wrestling Women’s freestyle 50 kg
 Bronze Pooja Sihag Wrestling Women’s freestyle 76 kg
 Bronze Mohammad Hussamuddin Boxing Men’s featherweight
 Bronze Deepak Nehra Wrestling Men’s freestyle 97 kg
 Bronze Sonalben Patel Table tennis Women’s singles C3–5
 Bronze Rohit Tokas Boxing Men’s welterweight
 Bronze India women’s hockey team

·        Savita Punia

·        Rajani Etimarpu

·        Deep Grace Ekka

·        Gurjit Kaur

·        Nikki Pradhan

·        Udita Duhan

·        Nisha Warsi

·        Sushila Chanu

·        Monika Malik

·        Neha Goyal

·        Jyoti

·        Sonika Tandi

·        Salima Tete

·        Vandana Katariya

·        Lalremsiami

·        Navneet Kaur

·        Sharmila Devi

·        Sangita Kumari

Hockey Women’s tournament
 Bronze Sandeep Kumar Athletics Men’s 10,000 m walk
 Bronze Annu Rani Athletics Women’s javelin throw
 Bronze Saurav Ghosal
Dipika Pallikal
Squash Mixed doubles
 Bronze Srikanth Kidambi Badminton Men’s singles
 Bronze Gayathri Gopichand
Treesa Jolly
Badminton Women’s doubles
 Bronze Sathiyan Gnanasekaran Table tennis Men’s singles

 

 

List of Indian Gold medal Winners in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Mirabai Chanu-Weightlifter-Women’s 49 kg
  2. Jeremy Lalrinnunga-Weightlifter-Men’s 67 kg
  3. Anchita Sheuli-Weightlifter-Men’s 37 kg
  4. Indian Women Lawn Bowls Team-Lawn Bowls-Women’s Fours Team
  5. Men’s Table Tennis team-Table Tennis-Men’s Team
  6. Sudhir-Para Powerlifting-Men’s heavyweight
  7. Sakshi Malik-Wrestling-Women’s 62 Kg
  8. Deepak Punia-Wrestling-men’s freestyle 86 kg
  9. Vinesh Phogat-Wrestling-women’s 53 kg
  10. Naveen-Wrestling- men’s freestyle 74 kg
  11. Bhavina Patel- Table Tennis-women’s singles class 
  12. Ravi Kumar Dahiya-Wrestling-Men’s 57 kg freestyle
  13. Nitu Ghanghas-Boxing-women’s 48 kg 
  14. Amit Panghal-Boxing-men’s 51 kg
  15. Eldhose Paul-Athletics-men’s triple jump
  16. Nikhat Zareen-Boxing- women’s 50 kg
  17. Table Tennis Mixed Team-Table Tennis-Table Tennis Mixed Doubles
  18. PV Sindhu- Badminton-Women’s Singles
  19. Bajrang Punia-Wrestling-Men’s 65 Kg 
  20. Lakshya Sen-Badminton-Men’s Singles event
  21. Sharath Kamal- Table Tennis- Men’s Singles
  22. Men’s Double Badminton-Badminton-Men’s Double

List of Indian Silver Medal Winners in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Bindyarani Devi-Weightlifting-women’s 55 kg 
  2. Sanket Mahadev Sargar-Weightlifting-men’s 55kg 
  3. Judoka Sushila-Judo- Women’s 48 kg 
  4. Vikas Thakur-Weightlifting- men’s 96kg
  5. Badminton Mixed Team-badminton-Mixed team event
  6. Tulika Mann-Judo-Women’s 78 kg
  7. Murali Sreeshankar-Athletics-Men’s long jump
  8. Anshu Malik-Wrestling-women’s 57 kg final
  9. Priyanka Goswami-Race Walk-10,000m event 
  10. Avinash Sable-Athletics-men’s 3000m steeplechase 
  11. Indian Men Lawn Bowls team-Lawn Bowls- men’s fours team 
  12. Abdulla Aboobacker-Athletics-Men’s Triple Jump
  13. Sharath-Sathiyan-Table Tennis- men’s doubles
  14. Women’s Cricket Team-Cricket-women’s cricket final
  15. Sagar Ahlawat-Boxing- men’s 92+ kg category
  16. Indian Men’s Hockey Team-Hockey-Men’s Hockey

List of Indian Bronze Medal Winners in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Gururaja Poojary-Weightlifting-Men’s 61 kg weight category
  2. Vijay Kumar Yadav-Judo-Men’s 60-kg class 
  3. Harjinder Kaur-Weightlifting-women’s 71 kg
  4. Lovepreet Singh-Weightlifting- men’s 109 kg category
  5. Saurav Ghosal-Squash-Men’s Singles
  6. Gurdeep Singh-Weightlifting-Men’s 109 kg category
  7. Tejaswin Shankar-Athletics-men’s high jump
  8. Divya Kakran-Wrestling-Women’s 68 kg 
  9. Mohit Grewal-Wrestling-Men’s freestyle 125 kg 
  10. Deepak Nehra-Wrestling-Men’s 97 kg category
  11. Pooja Gehlot-Wrestling-Women’s Freestyle 50 kg category
  12. Pooja Sihag-Wrestling-Women’s 76 kg category
  13. Mohammed Hussamuddin-Boxing-Men’s 57kg featherweight category
  14. Rohit Tokas-Boxing-Men’s 67kg Welterweight
  15. Sonalben Manubhai Patel-Table Tennis-women’s singles class 3-5
  16. Jaismine Lamboria-Boxing- women’s lightweight (60 kg)
  17. Indian Women Hockey Team-Hockey-Women’s Hockey
  18. Sandeep Kumar-Athletics- Men’s 10,000 m racewalk
  19. Annu Rani-Javelin-women’s Javelin Throw event
  20. Tressa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand-Badminton-Young Women’s Doubles pair
  21. Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal-Squash- Squash Mixed Doubles-
  22. G. Sathiyan-Table Tennis-Men’s Singles
  23. Kidambi Srikanth-badminton-Men’s Singles

Other Very Important Current Affairs Topics are:-

 

Q. How many medals India won in Commonwealth Games?

Ans- India’s sportspersons showcased a terrific performance at the recently concluded Birmingham Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022, winning a total of 61 medals that included 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze.

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

Ans- Mirabai Chanu was India’s first gold medallist at the CWG this edition, winning the women’s 49kg competition.

Which country won most medals in Commonwealth Games?

Ans- Australia won most medals in Commonwealth Games with 178 medas.

Who won the most medals in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

Ans- The 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham came to a close with Australia topping the medal table with 178 medals.

Who is known as the father of modern Olympic Games?

Ans- Pierre de Coubertin: Visionary and Founder of the Modern Olympics. International Olympic Committee.

How many countries are in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

Ans- 72 countries have participated in the Commonwealth Games 2022.

 

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