New Delhi, April 15: The Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2018 held in Gold Coast came to an end on Sunday with India winning 66 medals – 26 gold, 20 silver, and 20 bronze. Several Australia’s singing stars, joined by flag-waving athletes, performed at the closing ceremony. The Indian contingent was led by boxer Mary Kom, who claimed a gold medal after making her event debut at 35.

Tribute was paid to the 15,000 volunteers, called the Games Shapers, for their dedication in making the event a success. The final farewell was given by representatives of language minority — the Yugambeh, an aboriginal clan, which is considered the custodian of Queensland. The Carrara stadium was jam-packed with spectators.

This is India’s second most successful Games overseas, behind only Manchester, 2002. Indian shooters raked in the most number of medals (16), followed by the wrestlers (12), the boxers and weightlifters (nine each).

Here is the complete list of 66 India’s Medallist at Commonwealth Games 2018: 

 

LIST OF THE GOLD MEDALLISTS
1. GOLDVinesh PhogatBoxing
2. GOLDTejaswinin SawantShooting
3. GOLDSushil KumarWrestling
4. GOLDSumit KumarWrestling
5. GOLDSumit MalikWrestling
6. GOLDShreyasi SinghShooting
7. GOLDAchanta Sharath Kamal

Anthony Amalraj

Harmeet Desai

Sanil Shetty

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Table Tennis
8. GOLDSatish SivalingamWeightlifting
9. GOLDSanjeev RajputShooting
10. GOLDSaina NehwalBadminton
11. GOLDMirabai ChanuWeightlifting
12. GOLDRahul AwareWrestling
13. GOLDRagala RahulWeightlifting
14. GOLDPunam YadavWeightlifting
15. GOLDPranav Chopra

H.S. Prannoy

Saina Nehwal

Ashwini Ponnappa

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy

Sikki Reddy

Chirag Shetty

Gadde Shivani

P.V. Sindhu

Kidambi Srikanth

Badminton
16. GOLDNeeraj ChopraJavelin
17. GOLDMary KomBoxing
18. GOLDManu BhakerShooting
19. GOLDManika Batra

Mouma Das

Sutiritha Mukherjee

Madhurika Patkar

Pooja Sahasrabudhe

Table Tennis
20. GOLDKhumukcham ChanuWeightlifting
21. GOLDJeetu RaiShooting
22. GOLDHeena SidhuShooting
23. GOLDGaurav SolankiBoxing
24. GOLDBajranj PuniaWrestling
25. GOLDAnish BhanwalaShooting
26. GOLDManika Batra (First Indian woman to win a singles medal)Table Tennis
 

LIST OF THE SILVER MEDALLISTS

27. SILVERGururaja PoojaryWeightlifting
28. SILVERHeena SidhuShooting
29. SILVERPardeep SinghWeightlifting
30. SILVERMehuli GhoshShooting
31. SILVERTejaswini SawantShooting
32. SILVERBabita KumariShooting
33. SILVERSeema AntilAthletics
34. SILVERAnjum MoudgilShooting
35. SILVERPooja DhandaWrestling
36. SILVERMousam KhatriWrestling
37. SILVERManika Batra

Mouma Das            (First time an Indian pair entered women’s doubles final)

Table Tennis
38. SILVERAmit PhangalBoxing
39. SILVERManish KaushikBoxing
40. SILVERDipika Karthik

Sourav Ghoshal

Squash
41. SILVERAchanta Sharath

Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

Table Tennis
42. SILVERSatish KumarBoxing
43. SILVERP.V. SindhuBadminton
44. SILVERDipika Karthik

Joshna Chinappa

Squash
45. SILVERKidambi SrikanthBadminton
46. SILVERSatwiksairaj Rankireddy

Chirag Shetty

Badminton
LIST OF THE BRONZE MEDALLISTS
47. BRONZENavjeet DhillonWomen’s Discus Throw
48. BRONZEAshwini Ponnappa / Sikki ReddyWomen’s doubles Badminton
49. BRONZENaman TanwarMen’s 81 kg Boxing
50. BRONZEManoj KumarMen’s 69 Kg Boxing
51. BRONZEHussamuddin MuhammadMen’s 91 kg Boxing
52. BRONZESachin ChaudharyMen’s Heavyweight                Para Powerlifting
53. BRONZEOm MitharvalMen’s 10m air pistol Shooting
54. BRONZERavi KumarMen’s 50m pistol Shooting
55. BRONZEAnkur MittalMen’s trap shooting
56. BRONZEApurvi ChandelaWomen’s 10m air rifle Shooting
57. BRONZEHarmeet Desai / Sanil ShettyMen’s doubles Table Tennis
58. BRONZEAchanta Sharath KamalMen’s singles table Tennis
59. BRONZEManika Batra / Sathiyan G      (Medal in all events she participated in)Mixed doubles Table Tennis
60. BRONZEDeepak LatherMen’s 69 kg Weightlifting
61. BRONZEOm Mitharval (First double medalist)Men’s 10m air pistol Shooting
62. BRONZEVikas ThakurMen’s 94 kg Weightlifting
63. BRONZESomveerMen’s 86 kg Wrestling
64. BRONZESakshi MalikWomen’s 62 kg Wrestling
65. BRONZE

66. BRONZE

Divya Kakran

Kiran

Women’s 68 kg Wrestling

Women’s 76 kg Wrestling