Commonwealth Games 2022 medal tally: What is India's position in the points table with 5 gold, 6 silver, and 7 bronze medals?
Despite winning five medals on the sixth day in Birmingham, India slipped one place to seventh in the Commonwealth Games 2022 medal tally. This was India's best performance on the sixth day at this edition's Commonwealth Games, but it was not enough to place India in sixth place.
Tulika Mann won a silver medal in the women's +78kg category final on Tuesday, one of the highlights of the sixth day for India.
Overall, Indian athletes bagged five medals on the sixth day, adding one silver and four bronze medals to India's tally. Overall, Indian athletes have so far won five gold medals, six silver medals, and seven bronze medals in Birmingham.
While India is currently ranked seventh, Australia tops the medal tally with a total of 123 medals including 46 Gold, 38 Silver, and 39 Bronze medals.
England has also crossed the three-figure mark with 38 gold, 37 silver, and 28 silver medals.
Canada is in the top three with a total of 57 medals, while New Zealand, Scotland, and South Africa are ahead of India with 36, 32, and 20 medals respectively.
Besides Tulika's silver, India's number one squash player Saurav Ghosal won bronze in men's singles as he defeated former world No. 1 James Willstrop.
Tejaswin Shankar etched his name in the history books and became the first Indian in the history of the Commonwealth Games to win a medal (bronze) in the men's high jump. Gurdeep Singh won another bronze.