Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals List With Full Players List

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals
Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals: The multi-sport event for members of the Commonwealth of Nations is scheduled to take place in Birmingham, England, from 28 July to 8 August 2022.

Right after the schedule announcement, every fan starts to search for the Commonwealth Games 2022 live telecasting details as well as for the Commonwealth Games 2022 medals tally to keep track of their favourite nation’s medal counts.

Apart from following the whole medal table, many Indian fans from all around the world will search for separate detailed articles for their favorite nation’s medal records.

To quench their thirst our team have created a separate table that explains India’s stand in Commonwealth Games 2022 medals race with players details who have achieved greatness for team India.

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals Table List

Rank Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
5 India 18 15 22 55

CHECK: 2022 Commonwealth Games Medal Table | Ranking By Country

Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals – GOLD

1. Mirabai Chanu – GOLD (Weightlifting, Women’s 49kg class)

Mirabai Chanu won the first GOLD medal for India in the commonwealth games 2022. Mirabai Chanu in the Women’s 49Kg weightlifting category ended with a total lift of 201 kg (88kg+113kg), which is far from her personal best.

Mirabai Chanu
Mirabai Chanu(Image: Twitter)

2. Jeremy Lalrinnunga – GOLD (Weightlifting, Men’s 67kg)

Young weightlifter Jeremy Lalrinnunga bagged the second gold medal for India at Commonwealth Games 2022 by lifting 300Kg in the men’s 67kg category. He lifted a total of 160kg in the clean and jerk segment to finish with a grand total of 300kg, which is also a new CWG record.

Jeremy Lalrinnunga
Jeremy Lalrinnunga(the one in the middle) (image: Twitter)

3. Achinta Sheuli – GOLD (Weightlifting, Men’s 73kg)

Achinta Sheuli smashed the Games record by lifting a total of 313kg to win the gold medal in the men’s 73kg category.

Sheuli first broke the Games record twice in the Snatch round, lifting 140kg and 143kg. He then lifted 166kg and 170kg in the clean and jerk round to register a Games record for the overall weight.

4. Indian women’s team – GOLD (Lawn bowls – Women’s fours)

The Indian Women Lawn bowls team has bagged a historic gold medal at the commonwealth 2022 games – the first ever medal for India in the sport.

The Indian team which includes Lovely Choubey, Pinki Singh, Nayanmoni Saikia, and Rupa Rani Tirkey created history by beating South Africans in the final.

Indian women's fours lawn bowls team
Indian women’s fours lawn bowls team(Image: Olympics)

5. Indian men’s team – GOLD(Table Tennis)

India defended their men’s team Table Tennis title with victory over Singapore. India defeated Singapore 3-1 in the final with G Sathiyan, and Harmeet Desai winning their singles and doubles matches in a dominant display from India.

Indian men’s table tennis team in Commonwealth Games 2022
Indian men’s table tennis team in Commonwealth Games 2022(Image: Olympics)

6. Sudhir – GOLD(Para Powerlifting – Men’s heavyweight)

The 27-year-old Sudhir created history in men’s heavyweight para powerlifting by securing 134.5 points. Sudhir lifted 208kg in his first attempt and then went into the lead with his second lift of 212kg.

Notably, Sudhir – an Asian Para Games bronze medallist, has an impairment due to the effects of polio.

Sudhir Wins Gold medal In CWG 2022 Men's Heavyweight Para Powerlifting
Sudhir Wins Gold medal In CWG 2022 Men’s Heavyweight Para Powerlifting(Image: Olympic)

7. Bajrang Punia – GOLD(Wrestling – Men’s 65kg freestyle)

Bajrang Punia bagged the seventh GOLD medal for India in men`s 65 kg freestyle Wrestling. In the final, Bajrang Punia beats Canada’s Lachlan Mcneil and won the match 9-2.

Bajrang Punia
Bajrang Punia(Image: Olympics)

8. Sakshi Malik – GOLD(Wrestling – Women’s 62kg freestyle)

Indian women wrestler Sakshi Malik bagged the GOLD medal for India in Women’s 62kg freestyle Wrestling.

The 29-year-old defeated England’s Kelsey Barnes 10-0 via technical superiority in the quarter-final and then beat Cameroon’s Berthe Emilienne Etane Ngolle 10-0 via technical superiority in the semi-final.

Sakshi Malik
Sakshi Malik(Image: Twitter)

9. Deepak Punia – GOLD(Wrestling – Men’s 86kg freestyle)


Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals – SILVER 

1. Bidyarani Devi – SILVER (Weightlifting, Women’s 55kg class)

Weightlifter Bindyarani Devi won the silver medal in the women’s 55kg event at the Commonwealth Games. Bidyarani Devi managed a total weight of 202kg. The gold medal was won by Nigeria’s Olarinoye who lifted a total of 203kg.

Bidyarani Devi
Bidyarani Devi(Image: Twitter)

2. Sanket Mahadev Sargar – SILVER (Weightlifting, Men’s 55kg class)

Sanket Mahadev Sargar who featured in the Men’s 55kg category weightlifting lifted a total of 248kg to bring the silver medal home.

Sanket snatched 113kg and clean & jerked 135kg for a total of 248kg in the men’s 55kg weight division and wrote his name into the record books. READ: Who is Sanket Mahadev Sargar?, The Weightlifter to Win a Silver Medal at Commonwealth 2022

Sanket Mahadev Sargar
Sanket Mahadev Sargar

3. Sushila Devi Likmabam – SILVER(Judo – Women’s 48kg)

Sushila Devi Likmabam won the third silver medal for India in CWG 2022 in Judo – Women’s 48kg.

Sushila Devi Likmabam, who earlier in the day, had beaten Harriet Bonface in the quarterfinal, notched up a second win by defeating Priscilla Morand of Mauritius in the semis to assure herself a medal.

With a silver medal guaranteed, Sushila was in for a gold finish but came up short against South Africa’s Michaela Whitebooi in the final.

Sushila Devi Likmabam
Sushila Devi Likmabam

4. Vikas Thakur – SILVER(Weightlifting – Men’s 96kg)

Indian heavyweight lifter Vikas Thakur bagged the fourth Silver medal for India in the CWG 2022 under Weightlifting – Men’s 96kg.

Thakur lifted a total of 346kg (155kg+191kg) to finish second and claim his third CWG medal across three editions.

Vikas Thakur
Vikas Thakur(Player in Black Jacket)

5. Indian mixed team – SILVER(Badminton)

Indian badminton team added the fifth silver to the table after suffering a defeat against Malaysians. Notably, Only PV Sindhu managed to earn a win in the summit clash against Malaysia in the women’s singles match.

Indian Mixed Team - Badminton
Indian Mixed Team – Badminton(Image: Olympics)

6. Tulika Maan – SILVER(Judo – Women’s +78kg)

India’s Tulika Maan settled with a Silver medal in CWG 2022 after losing to Scotland’s Sarah Adlington via ippon in the women’s +78kg judo final.

This is India’s third medal in Judo at the CWG 2022. L Shushila Devi and Vijay Kumar had claimed silver and bronze in women’s 48kg and men’s 60kg respectively.

Tulika Maan
Tulika Maan

7. Murali Sreeshankar – SILVER(Athletics – Men’s long jump)

With a best jump of 8.08m, India’s Murali Sreeshankar settled with a silver medal in the CWG 2022 event.

Bahamas’ Laquan Nairn won the gold medal. Nairn also had the best jump of 8.08m but his second best of 7.98m was better than the 7.84m of Sreeshankar. Under rules, if two jumpers are tied on the same distance, the one who has a better second-best effort will be ranked ahead.

Murali Sreeshankar
Murali Sreeshankar

8. Anshu Malik – SILVER(Wrestling – Women’s 57kg freestyle)



Commonwealth Games 2022 India Medals – BRONZE

1. Gururaja Poojary – BRONZE (Weightlifting, Men’s 61kg class)

Gururaja Poojary won a BRONZE medal for India in the 55kg category weightlifting event. Gururaja Poojary settled for bronze with a total of 269kg under his name.

Gururaja Poojary
Gururaja Poojary(Image: Twitter)

2. Vijay Kumar Yadav – Bronze(Judo – Men’s 60kg)

Varanasi’s Vijay Kumar Yadav bagged the second Bronze medal for India by defeating Petros Christodoulides of Cyprus by ‘Ippon’ in just 58 seconds at the Commonwealth Games.

Vijay Kumar Yadav
Vijay Kumar Yadav

3. Harjinder Kaur – BRONZE(Weightlifting – Women’s 71kg)

Harjinder Kaur added the third bronze medal for team India by lifting a total of 212kg in the women’s 71kg weightlifting on Day 4 of the Commonwealth Games at Birmingham.

Harjinder had failed at her first attempt of 90 kg but came roaring back with her next two attempts – 90kg and 93kg to total 183kg in the Snatch. In the Clean and Jerk, she started with a big lift of 115kg and made it look like a regulation one.

With pressure on, Kaur increased her next lift to 116 kg to clear another attempt and then extended her lead for the third spot with a final lift of 119kg, but Ashworth’s final lift of 123kg pushed the Indian out of medal contention.

But a massive miss by gold medal favorite Joy Ogbonne Eze who failed to register any lifts in clean and jerk meant Kaur claimed bronze.

Harjinder Kaur
Harjinder Kaur

4. Lovepreet Singh – Bronze(Weightlifting – Men’s 109kg)

Weightlifter Lovepreet Singh won a 4th bronze medal for team India by lifting a combined weight of 355kg in the men’s 109kg category.

Lovepreet Singh has set a new National record of 192 kg in clean and jerk. He lifted 161kg in the 2nd attempt and finished at the 2nd spot at the snatch by lifting a weight of 163kg.

Lovepreet Singh
Lovepreet Singh(Image: Twitter)

5. Saurav Ghosal – BRONZE(Squash – Men’s singles)

Saurav Ghosal wins India’s first ever singles medal in squash at CWG. It was Ghosal’s second CWG medal, having won a mixed doubles silver with Dipika Pallikal in the 2018 Gold Coast edition.

Saurav Ghosal
Saurav Ghosal(Image: Twitter)

6. Gurdeep Singh – BRONZE(Weightlifting – Men’s +109kg)

The debutant Gurdeep Singh has lifted a total of 390kg (167kg+223kg) for a podium finish. Pakistan’s Muhammad Nooh Butt won the gold medal for his  Games record-breaking lift of 405kg (173kg+232kg).

While New Zealand’s David Andrew Liti bagged the silver medal for his effort of 394kg (170kg+224kg).

Gurdeep Singh
Gurdeep Singh(Image: Twitter)

7. Tejaswin Shankar – BRONZE(Athletics – Men’s high jump)

Tejaswin Shankar has scripted history by bagging the first-ever high jump medal for India at CWG, and also the first track and field medal for India in this CWG edition.

8. Divya Kakran – BRONZE(Wrestling – Women’s 68kg freestyle)


9. Mohit Grewal – BRONZE(Wrestling – Men’s 125kg freestyle)

Who won Gold medals for India in the commonwealth games 2022

  1. Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting, Women’s 49kg class
  2. Jeremy Lalrinnunga – Weightlifting, Men’s 67kg
  3. Achinta Sheuli – Weightlifting, Men’s 73kg
  4. Indian women’s team – Lawn bowls, Women’s fours
  5. Indian men’s team – Table Tennis
  6. Sudhir – Para Powerlifting, Men’s heavyweight
  7. Bajrang Punia – Wrestling, Men’s 65kg freestyle
  8. Sakshi Malik – Wrestling, Women’s 62kg freestyle
  9. Deepak Punia – Wrestling, Men’s 86kg freestyle

Who won Silver medals for India in the commonwealth games 2022

  1. Bidyarani Devi – Weightlifting, Women’s 55kg class
  2. Sanket Mahadev Sargar – Weightlifting, Men’s 55kg class
  3. Sushila Devi Likmabam – Judo,  Women’s 48kg
  4. Vikas Thakur – Weightlifting, Men’s 96kg
  5. Indian mixed team – Badminton
  6. Tulika Maan – Judo, Women’s +78kg
  7.  Murali Sreeshankar – Athletics, Men’s long jump
  8. Anshu Malik – Wrestling, Women’s 57kg freestyle

Who won Bronze medals for India in the commonwealth games 2022?

  1. Gururaja Poojary – Weightlifting, Men’s 61kg class
  2. Vijay Kumar Yadav – Judo, Men’s 60kg
  3. Harjinder Kaur – Weightlifting, Women’s 71kg
  4. Lovepreet Singh – Weightlifting, Men’s 109kg
  5. Saurav Ghosal – Squash, Men’s singles
  6. Gurdeep Singh – Weightlifting, Men’s +109kg
  7. Tejaswin Shankar – Athletics, Men’s high jump
  8. Divya Kakran – Wrestling, Women’s 68kg freestyle
  9. Mohit Grewal – Wrestling, Men’s 125kg freestyle

Indian Athletes to Participate in 2022 Commonwealth Games


  • Avinash Sable – men’s 3000m steeplechase
  • Nitender Rawat – men’s marathon
  • M Sreeshankar – men’s long Jump
  • Muhammed Anees Yahiya – men’s long Jump
  • Abdulla Aboobacker – men’s triple jump
  • Praveen Chithravel – men’s triple jump
  • Eldhose Paul – men’s triple jump
  • Neeraj Chopra – men’s javelin throw
  • DP Manu – men’s javelin throw
  • Rohit Yadav – men’s javelin throw
  • Sandeep Kumar – men’s 10km race walk
  • Amit Khatri – men’s 10km race walk
  • Amoj Jacob – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Noah Nirmal Tom – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Arokia Rajiv – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Muhammed Ajmal – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Naganathan Pandi – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Rajesh Ramesh – men’s 4x400m relay
  • Jyothi Yarraji – women’s 100m hurdles
  • Ancy Sojan – women’s long jump
  • Manpreet Kaur – women’s shot put
  • Navjeet Kaur Dhilllon – women’s discus throw
  • Seema Punia – women’s discus throw
  • Annu Rani – women’s javelin throw
  • Shilpa Rani – women’s javelin throw
  • Manju Bala Singh – women’s hammer throw
  • Sarita Romit Singh – women’s hammer throw
  • Bhawna Jat – women’s 10km race walk
  • Priyanka Goswami – women’s 10km race walk
  • Hima Das – women’s 4x100m relay
  • Dutee Chand – women’s 4x100m relay
  • Srabani Nanda – women’s 4x100m relay
  • MV Jilna – women’s 4x100m relay
  • NS Simi – women’s 4x100m relay


  • Lakshya Sen
  • Kidambi Srikanth
  • Satwiksairaj Rankireddy
  • Chirag Shetty
  • B Sumeeth Reddy
  • PV Sindhu
  • Aakarshi Kashyap
  • Treesa Jolly
  • Gayatri Gopichand
  • Ashwini Ponappa


  • Amit Panghal – 51kg
  • Mohammad Hussamuddin – 57kg
  • Shiva Thapa – 63.5kg
  • Rohit Tokas – 67kg
  • Sumit Kundu – 75kg
  • Ashish Chaudhary – 80kg
  • Sanjeet – 92kg
  • Sagar – 92+kg
  • Nitu – 48kg
  • Nikhat Zareen – 50kg
  • Jaismine – 60kg
  • Lovlina Borgohain – 70kg


Indian women’s cricket team

Harmanpreet Kaur (C), Smriti Mandhana (VC), Shafali Verma, S Meghana, Taniya Sapna Bhatia (Wk), Yastika Bhatia (Wk), Deepti Sharma, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Pooja Vastrakar, Meghna Singh, Renuka Singh, Jemimah Rodrigues, Radha Yadav, Harleen Deol, Sneh Rana.

READ: Commonwealth Games 2022 Cricket Schedule, Squad 


  • David Beckham
  • Esow Alban
  • Sushikala Agashe


Indian men’s hockey team

Midfielders: Manpreet Singh, Hardik Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Shamsher Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Nilakanta Sharma.

Defenders: Varun Kumar, Surendar Kumar, Harmanpreet Singh, Amit Rohidas, Jugraj Singh, Jarmanpreet Singh.

Forwards: Mandeep Singh, Gurjant Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Abhishek

Goalkeepers: PR Sreejesh, Krishan Bahadur Pathak

Indian women’s hockey team

Midfielders: Nisha, Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam, Monika, Neha, Jyoti, Navjot Kaur, Salima Tete

Defenders: Deep Grace Ekka, Gurjit Kaur, Nikki Pradhan, Udita

Forwards: Vandana Katariya, Lalremsiami, Navneet Kaur, Sharmila Devi, Sangita Kumari

Goalkeepers: Savita Punia, Rajani Etimarpu


  • Vijay Kumar Yadav – 60kg
  • Jasleen Singh Saini – 66kg
  • Deepak Deswal -100kg
  • L Shushila Devi – 48kg
  • Suchika Tariyal – 57kg
  • Tulika Maan – +78kg


  • Saurav Ghosal – men’s singles and mixed doubles
  • Ramit Tandon – men’s singles, men’s doubles, and mixed doubles
  • Abhay Singh – men’s singles and men’s doubles
  • Joshna Chinappa – women’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles
  • Sunayna Kuruvilla – women’s singles
  • Anahat Singh – women’s singles
  • Dipika Pallikal – women’s doubles and mixed doubles
  • Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu – men’s doubles
  • Velavan Senthilkumar – men’s doubles


  • Sajan Prakash – men’s 50m, 100m, and 200m butterfly
  • Srihari Nataraj – men’s 50m, 100m, and 200m backstroke
  • Kushagra Rawat – men’s 200m, 400m, and 1500m freestyle
  • Advait Page – men’s 1500m freestyle

Table Tennis

  • Sharath Kamal
  • Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
  • Sanil Shetty
  • Harmeet Desai
  • Manika Batra
  • Diya Chitale
  • Sreeja Akula
  • Reeth Rishya


  • Sanjana Joshi – women’s event
  • Pragnya Mohan – women’s event


  • Sanket Mahadev – 55kg
  • Chanambam Rishikanta Singh – 55kg
  • Jeremy Lalrinnunga – 67kg
  • Achinta Sheuli – 73kg
  • Ajay Singh – 81kg
  • Vikas Thakur – 96kg
  • Ragala Venkat Rahul – 96kg
  • Mirabai Chanu – 49kg
  • Bindyarani Devi – 55kg
  • Popy Hazarika – 59kg
  • Usha Kumara – 87kg
  • Purnima Pandey – +87kg


  • Ravi Kumar Dahiya – 57kg
  • Bajrang Punia – 65kg
  • Naveen – 74kg
  • Deepak Punia – 86kg
  • Deepak – 97kg
  • Mohit Grewal 125kg
  • Pooja Gehlot – 50kg
  • Vinesh Phogat – 53kg
  • Anshu Malik – 57kg
  • Sakshi Malik – 62kg
  • Divya Kakran – 68kg
  • Pooja Sihag – 76kg