Commonwealth Games 2022 medal tally: What is the position of India in the points table with 6 gold and 20 medals in total?
Murali Sreeshankar and Sudhir added a gold and a silver medal each to India's tally on the seventh day, taking the total medal tally during the Commonwealth Games 2022 to 20. Sreeshankar won a historic silver medal in the men's long jump final, while para-powerlifter Sudhir won a gold medal during the men's para-powerlifting final.
India has won a total of 20 medals at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, including 6 gold, 7 silver, and 7 bronze medals. India remained at the seventh position in the medal tally after Sreeshankar and Sudhir's medals on the seventh day.
Australia continues to top the medal tally with 132 medals, which includes 51 gold, 42 silver, and 39 bronze medals. Hosts England is second with a total of 118 medals, including 42 gold.
Canada is in the top three with 17 gold medals and a combined total of 59. New Zealand is fourth with 37 medals, Scotland is fifth with 34 medals and South Africa is ahead of India in sixth place with 22 medals.
Meanwhile, Thursday was another historic day for India at the Commonwealth Games 2022, with Murali Sreeshankar winning silver and Sudhir's gold medal.
On Day 7 Indian boxers Amit Panghal, Jasmine Lamboria, Sagar, and Rohit Tokas all advanced to their respective semi-finals.
The Indian men's hockey team advanced to the semi-finals by defeating Wales in an essential match and sprinter Hima Das qualified for the women's 200m semi-final.
The badminton contingent, PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth, and Lakshya Sen, progressed in their first singles matches.
Defending table tennis champion Manika Batra also advanced while Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and top paddler Sharath Kamal advanced to the next round in their respective doubles matches.
India's veteran squash player Dipika Pallikal made headlines for the first time in the Games and emerged victorious in both women's doubles and mixed doubles match.