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Commonwealth Games 2022: What does the medal tally look like after Day 5?

After a medal-filled Day 5, here is how India stands in the table at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.

Commonwealth Games 2022: What does the medal tally look like after Day 5?
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India's Women's Lawn Bowls team after winning gold at CWG 2022

By

Rajdeep Saha

Updated: 3 Aug 2022 7:13 AM GMT

India's Day 5 highlights at the Birmingham CWG was certainly dominated by four women who created history by winning a gold in the game of Lawn Bowls. There were some disappointments like Punam Yadav's failed attempts in Clean and Jerk, or Seema Punia and Navjot Kaur Dhillon's below par performances in the final, but the three medals accrued in the day outweigh everything else.

Here are the medals India won on Day 5 of the Commonwealth Games 2022:

  • Lawn Bowls Women's Fours (Gold)- The quartet of Pinki, Rupa Rani Tirkey, Nayanmoni Saikia, and Lovely Choubey made the whole country fall in love with a whole new sport which was once unknown to them before their golden win.
  • Table Tennis Men's Team (Gold)- The India Men's team were able to defend their title with flying colours after defeating Singapore in the final.
  • Badminton Mixed Team (Silver)- The Mixed team could not live up to the expectations as Malaysia's shuttlers were just a tad bit better than the Indians as they ran away with the gold, leaving their opponents with the silver.
  • Weightlifting, Vikas Thakur (Silver)- Thakur lifted a total weight of 346 kg. He completed a best snatch attempt of 155 kg and a clean & jerk attempt of 191 kg. Samoa's Don Opeloge won the gold medal with a total lift of 381 kg.

Here is how India stands in the table after Day 5's wins:

Rank

Country

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1

Australia

42

32

32

106

2

England

31

34

21

86

3

New Zealand

13

7

6

26

4

Canada

11

16

19

46

5

South Africa

6

5

5

16

6

India

5

5

3

13

7

Scotland

3

8

15

26

8

Wales

3

2

8

13



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