Vikas Thakur: Silver; Men’s Weightlifting (96kg)
Bindyarani Sorokhaibam: Silver; Women’s Weightlifting (55kg)
Sushila Likmabam: Silver; Women’s Judo Championship (48kg)
Badminton Mixed Team: Silver
Tulika Maan: Silver, Women’s Judo (78kg)
Murali Sreeshankar: Silver, Men’s Long Jump
Gururaja Poojary: Bronze; Men’s Weightlifting (61kg)
Vijay Kumar Yadav: Bronze; Men’s Judo
Harjinder Kaur: Bronze; Women’s Weightlifting (71kg)
Lovepreet Singh: Bronze; Men’s Weightlifting (109kg)
Saurav Ghosal: Bronze, Men’s Singles Squash
Gurdeep Singh: Bronze, Weightlifting (109kg)
Tejaswin Shankar: Bronze, Men’s High Jump Athletics
Bajrang Punia, Sakshi Malik, and Deepak Punia: Gold; Wrestling.
Anshu Malik: Silver; Wrestling (Women’s 57 kg).
Divya Kakran: Bronze; Wrestling (Women’s 68 kg).
Mohit Grewal: Bronze; Wrestling (Men’s 125 kg).
Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally Day 8: Birmingham CWG 2022 Latest Medal Tally
Now that we have spoken about all the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 Indian winners until Day 8, let’s take a look at the recent medal tally. It is important to note that Australia continues to lead the Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally followed by England and Canada.
Here is the Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally for Day 8 on Friday, 5 August 2022. Take a look at the position of the countries in the medal table: