List of Indian Medal Winners at Commonwealth Games 2018

List of Indian Medal Winners at Commonwealth Games 2018

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The Commonwealth Games 2018 or CWG 2018 has ended. The Game is officially known as the XXI Commonwealth Games and commonly known as Gold Coast 2018. The games were held on Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

List of Indian Medal Winners at Commonwealth Games 2018

What is meant by Commonwealth of Nations?

  • Commonwealth of Nations is an intergovernmental organization of 53 member states that are mostly former territories of the British Empire.
  • It was formally constituted by the London Declaration in 1949, which established the member states as “free and equal”.
  • The Commonwealth covers 20% of the world’s land area and spans all six inhabited continents.
  • Under the formula of the London Declaration, Queen Elizabeth II is the Head of the Commonwealth.
  • The Harare Commonwealth Declaration was a declaration of the Commonwealth of Nations, setting out the Commonwealth’s core principles and values, detailing the Commonwealth’s membership criteria, and redefining and reinforcing its purpose.


1 Australia 80 59 59 198
2 England 45 45 46 136
3 India 26 20 20 66
4 Canada 15 40 27 82
5 New Zealand 15 16 15 46

List of Indian Medal Winners at Commonwealth Games 2018

Neeraj Chopra Men’s Javelin Throw Gold
Seema Punia Women’s Discus Throw Silver
Navjeet Dhillon Women’s Discus Throw Bronze
Saina Nehwal Women’s Singles Gold
India Mixed Team Event Gold
Srikanth Kidambi Men’s Singles Silver
Rankireddy Satwik/Shetty Chirag Chandrashekhar Men’s Doubles Silver
Venkata Pusarla Women’s Singles Silver
Reddy N. Sikki/Ponnappa Ashwini Women’s Doubles Bronze
Gaurav Solanki Men’s 52kg Gold
Vikas Krishan Men’s 75kg Gold
Mc Mery Kom Women’s 45-48kg Gold
Satish Kumar Men’s +91kg Silver
Amit Men’s 46-49kg Silver
Manish Kaushik Men’s 60kg Silver
Hussamuddin Mohammed Men’s 56kg Bronze
Manoj Kumar Men’s 69kg Bronze
Naman Tanwar Men’s 91kg Bronze
Sachin Chaudhary Men’s Heavyweight Bronze
Jitu Rai Men’s 10m Air Pistol Gold
Anish Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Gold
Sanjeev Rajput Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Gold
Manu Bhaker Women’s 10m Air Pistol Gold
Heena Sidhu Women’s 25m Pistol Gold
Tejaswini Sawant Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Gold
Shreyasi Singh Women’s Double Trap Gold
Heena Sidhu Women’s 10m Air Pistol Silver
Mehuli Ghosh Women’s 10m Air Rifle Silver
Anjum Moudgil Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions Silver
Tejaswini Sawant Women’s 50m Rifle Prone Silver
Om Mitharval Men’s 10m Air Pistol Bronze
Ravi Kumar Men’s 10m Air Rifle Bronze
Om Mitharval Men’s 50m Pistol Bronze
Ankur Mittal Men’s Double Trap Bronze
Apurvi Chandela Women’s 10m Air Rifle Bronze
Chinappa Joshna/Pallikal Karthik Dipika Women’s Doubles Silver
Pallikal Karthik Dipika/Ghosal Saurav Mixed Doubles Silver
India Men’s Team Gold
Manika Batra Women’s Singles Gold
India Women’s Team Gold
Achanta Sharath/Gnanasekaran Sathiyan Men’s Doubles Silver
Batra Manika/Das Mouma Women’s Doubles Silver
Desai Harmeet/Shetty Sanil Shankar Men’s Doubles Bronze
Sharath Achanta Men’s Singles Bronze
Gnanasekaran Sathiyan/Batra Manika Mixed Doubles Bronze
Sathish Kumar Sivalingam Men’s 77kg Gold
Venkat Rahul Ragala Men’s 85kg Gold
Chanu Saikhom Mirabai Women’s 48kg Gold
Sanjita Chanu Khumukcham Women’s 53kg Gold
Punam Yadav Women’s 69kg Gold
Pardeep Singh Men’s 105kg Silver
Gururaja Men’s 56kg Silver
Deepak Lather Men’s 69kg Bronze
Vikas Thakur Men’s 94kg Bronze
Sumit Men’s Freestyle 125 kg Gold
Rahul Aware Men’s Freestyle 57 kg Gold
Bajrang Men’s Freestyle 65 kg Gold
Kumar Sushil Men’s Freestyle 74 kg Gold
Vinesh Vinesh Women’s Freestyle 50 kg Gold
Mausam Khatri Men’s Freestyle 97 kg Silver
Babita Kumari Women’s Freestyle 53 kg Silver
Pooja Dhanda Women’s Freestyle 57 kg Silver
Somveer Men’s Freestyle 86 kg Bronze
Sakshi Malik Women’s Freestyle 62 kg Bronze
Divya Kakran Women’s Freestyle 68 kg Bronze
Kiran Women’s Freestyle 76 kg Bronze

Interesting Facts

  • It was the fifth time Australia had hosted the Commonwealth Games and the first time a major multi-sport event achieved gender equality by having an equal number of events for males and females.
  • In February 2012, Mark Peters was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Gold Coast City 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation.
  • There were 71 nations competing at 2018 Commonwealth Games.
  • Manika Batra wins gold in table tennis women’s singles, becoming the first Indian woman to do so.
  • The Indian mixed team badminton claimed gold for the first time in the Games’ history.
  • In the women’s table tennis event, the Indian team won its first ever Commonwealth gold medal.
  • Teenager Deepak Lather from Haryana became the youngest Indian weightlifter to claim a Commonwealth Games medal, clinching a bronze in the men’s 69kg category.
  • Motto of CWG 2018 is Share the Dream.

We congratulate and salute the Indian Commonwealth Games 2018 Medal Winners!!!

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