Commonwealth Games Medal Tally 2022

We are already on Day 7 in the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, England on Thursday, 4 August. 72 nations are competing for gold medals in 19 sports across 11 days this year. After the end of Day 6, Australia is at the top of the medal tally with 46 golds. England and Canada are behind the Aussies with 38 and 16 gold medals, respectively. India is at 7th on the standings with 5 golds. Here you can check out the Commonwealth Games Medal Tally 2022.

Commonwealth Games Medal Tally 2022:

[The Medal tally are after the end of Day 6, on Wednesday, 3 August]

Pos Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia 46 38 39 123
2 England 38 37 28 103
3 Canada 16 20 21 57
4 New Zealand 16 10 10 36
5 Scotland 7 8 17 32
6 South Africa 6 7 7 20
7 India 5 6 7 18

The Aussies are leading the aquatics and the medal tally. They have won 46 golds, 38 silvers, and 39 bronzes after the end of Day 6, with a total medal count of 123. The host nation England is at 2nd in the tally with 38 golds and 103 overall medals. On other hand, the Canadian athletes have clinched 20 golds so far. India has managed 5 golds including 3 in Weightlifting.

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Gold Medals on Day 6 in Commonwealth Games 2022

Here’s a list of Gold Medal winners on Day 6 in the Commonwealth Games 2022, on Wednesday, 3 August.

  • Athletics and Para Athletics – Women’s 100m – Jamaica – Thompson-Herah
  • Athletics and Para Athletics – Men’s 100m – Kenya – Ferdinand Omanyala
  • Athletics and Para Athletics – Men’s T37/38 100m – Australia – Evan O’Hanlon
  • Women’s 4 x 100m Medley Relay – Australia
  • Men’s 4 x 100m Medley Relay – England
  • Women’s 400m Freestyle – Australia – A Titmus
  • Men’s Discus Throw F42-44/61-64 – Wales – Aled Davies
  • Men’s 1500m Freestyle – Australia – Sam Short
  • Women’s Shot Put – Canada – Sarah Mitton
  • Athletics and Para Athletics – Women’s 10,000m – Scotland – Eilish McColgan
  • Women’s 50m Backstroke – Canada – Kylie Masse
  • Men’s 50m Freestyle – England – Benjamin Proud
  • Squash – Men’s Singles – New Zealand – Paul Coll
  • Judo – Men +100 kg – Canada – Marc Deschenes
  • Men’s 200m Freestyle S14 – Canada – N Bennet
  • Women’s 200m Freestyle S14 – Northern Ireland – B Firth
  • Men’s 200m Individual Medley – Scotland – Ducan Scott
  • Men’s High Jump – New Zealand – Hamish Kerr
  • Judo – Women +78 kg – Scotland – Sarah Adlington
  • Squash – Women’s Singles – England – Georgina Kennedy
  • Weightlifting – Men’s 109+kg – Pakistan – M Nooh Butt
  • Judo – Men -100 kg – Canada – Shady Elnahas
  • Judo – Women -78 kg – England – Emma Reid
  • Judo – Men -90 kg – England – Jamal Petgrave
  • Para Lawn Bowls – Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 – Scotland
  • Weightlifting – Women’s 87+kg – England – Emily Campbell
  • Cycling – Mountain Bike – Women’s Cross-country – England – Evie Richards
  • Cycling – Mountain Bike – Men’s Cross-country – New Zealand – Samuel Gaze
  • Weightlifting – Men’s 109kg – Cameroon – Ngadja Nyabeyeu
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