Indian athletes grab a total of 57 medals - 14 Gold, 26 Silver and 16 Bronze

Commonwealth Games 2014: Full list of Indian gold, silver and bronze medal winners

Archana Venkatraman

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Indian athletes and sports stars are shining at Commonwealth Games 2014 held in Glasgow with as many as 57 medals in their kitty. India rank fifth on the medal table and are neck-to-neck with host Scotland who are fourth. 

Indian wrestling champion Sushil Kumar who bagged gold at Commonwealth 2014
Indian wrestling champion Sushil Kumar who bagged gold at Commonwealth 2014
Image: Flickr (Commonwealth Games)

Here’s a low-down on India’s performance at Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 and the list of Gold, Silver and Bronze medalists:

Sport

India’s medal count (Total 55 – 14 Gold, 25 Silver and 16 Bronze)

Wrestling 13 Medals (5 Gold, 6 Silver and 2 Bronze)
Shooting 17 Medals (4 Gold, 9 Silver and 4 Bronze)
Weight-lifting 13 Medals (3 Gold, 4 Silver and 6 Bronze)
Athletics 2 Medal (1 Gold and 1 Silver)
Squash 1 Medal (1 Gold)
Table Tennis 1 Medal (1 Silver)
Boxing 3 Medal (2 Silver and 1 Bronze)
Gymnastics 1 Medal (1 Bronze)
Judo 4 Medals (2 Silver and 2 Bronze)

India are behind England (152 medals), Australia (128), Canada (78) and Scotland (52). Although Scotland have fewer total medals than India, they have 18 Gold medals as against India’s 14.

But India are ahead of New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, Northern Ireland, Wales, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Jamaica among others.

The support for Indian athletes on Twitter for the Games was the third highest among the participating nations. There were as many as 4,531 tweets for “Go India” almost twice as much as tweets for England or Pakistan.

Deep dive into individual sporting event and India’s performance:

Majority of India’s win came in the wresting, weightlifting and shooting sports. Champions Sushil Kumar, Abhinav Bindra, Amit Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Gagan Narang and Babita Kumari, as usual, gave a stellar performance and grabbed a gold medal each in their respective sport categories.

Here is the full list of all Indian gold, silver and bronze medalists at Commonwealth 2014 held in Glasgow, UK between 23rd July and 3rd August: 

Men’s Wrestling:

Medal count

Sushil Kumar Gold for 74 kg
Yogeshwar Dutt Gold for 65 kg
Amit Kumar Gold for 57 kg
   
Rajeev Tomar Silver for 125 kg
Satyavart Kadian Silver for 97 kg
Bajrang Kumar Silver for 61 kg
   
Pawan Kumar Bronze for 86 kg
   

Women’s Wrestling

Medal count

Babita Kumari Gold for 55 kg
Vinesh Phogat Gold for 48 kg
   
Geetika Jhakar Silver for 63 kg
Sakshi Malik Silver for 58 kg
Lalita Silver for 53 kg
   
Navjot Kaur Bronze for 69 kg
   

Men’s Shooting

Medal count

Abhinav Bindra Gold for 10 metre air rifle
Jitu Rai Gold for 50 metre pistol
   
Prakash Nanjappa Silver for 10 metre air pistol
Gurpal Singh Silver for 50 metre air pistol
Gagan Narang Silver for 50 metre rifle prone
Harpreet Singh Silver for 25 metre rapid fire pistol
Sanjeev Rajput Silver for 50 metre rifle 3 positions
   
Mohammed Asab Bronze for double trap shooting
Manavjit Singh Sandhu Bronze for trap shooting
Gagan Narang Bronze for 50 metre rifle 3 positions
   

Women’s Shooting

Medal count

Apurvi Chandela Gold for 10 metre air rifle
Rahi Sarnobat Gold for 25 metre pistol
   
Malaika Goel Silver for 10 metre air pistol
Ayonika Paul Silver for 10 metre air rifle
Anisa Sayeed Silver for 25 metre pistol
Shreyasi Singh Silver for double trap shooting
   
Lajja Goswami Bronze for 50 metre rifle 3 positions
   

Men’s Weightlifting

Medal count

Sukhen Dey Gold for 56 kg
Satish Sivalingam Gold for 77 kg
   
Katulu Ravi Kumar Silver for 77 kg
Vikas Thakur Silver for 85 kg
   
Chandrakant Mali Bronze for 94 kg
Ganesh Mali Bronze for 56 kg
Omkar Otari Bronze for 69 kg
   

Women’s Weightlifting

Medal count

Sanjita Khumukchan Gold for 48 Kg
   
Santoshi Matsa Silver for 53 kg
Mirabai Chanu Saikhom Silver for 48 kg
   
Punam Yadav Bronze for 63 kg
Swati Singh Bronze for 53 kg
Sakina Khatun Bronze for Powerlifting (lightweight)
   

Men’s Athletics

Medal count

Vikas Gowda Gold for Discus Throw
   
Women’s Athletics Medal Count
Seema Antil Silver for Discus Throw
   

Men’s Judo

Medal Count

Navjot Chana Silver for 60 kg
   

Women’s Judo

Medal Count

Sushila Likmabam Silver for 48 kg
   
Kalpana Thoudam Bronze for 52 kg
Rajwinder Kaur Bronze for +78 kg
   

Men’s Boxing

Medal count

Devendro Singh Silver for Light Flywight
Mandeep Jangra Silver for 69 kg
   

Women’s Boxing

Medal count

Laishram Sarita Devi Silver for Lightweight
   
Pinki Rana Bronze for Flyweight
   

Squash

Medal count

Dipika Pallikal and Gold for
Joshna Chinappa Women’s Doubles
   

Table Tennis

Medal Count

Achanta Sharath Kamal and Silver for
Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj Men’s Doubles
   

Women’s Gymnastics

Medal count

Dipa Karmakar Bronze for Gymnastics (Vault)

But India's most successful Commonwealth Games to date remains the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games where athletes won a grand total of 101 medals – 38 Gold, 27 Silver and 37 Bronze medals.

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