Commonwealth Games 2018 concluded yesterday on 15 April 2018. India stood third on the medal table after Australia and England. India claimed 26 Gold, 20 Silver and 20 Bronze medal in the event and marked its second-best performance. Earlier, India had finished second at the medal table in 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, with a total of 101 medals. 38 Gold medals were bagged that year, followed by 30 in 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games and now 26 in Gold Coast.
On the final day of Commonwealth Games 2018, Kidambi Srikanth settled for a silver medal and India closed its Medal Tally with 66 medals. Earlier on the Day, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu lost to Saina Nehwal in Women Badminton Final and both claimed a Silver and a Gold medal respectively. 16 medals have been bagged from shooting category including 7 Gold, 4 Silver and 5 Bronze. On the first day of the competition, weightlifter P Gururaja opened India's medal account with a silver in men's 56kg category.
Earlier, the 21st Commonwealth Games 2018 began on 04 April 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia. The Indian contingent, consisting of over 200 athletes, was led by Rio Olympic Silver medalist flag-bearer PV Sindhu. More than 4,500 athletes from 71 nations and territories performed for 275 gold medals. Blue Koala Borobi was the official mascot of the Commonwealth Games 2018.
Have a look at the Medals Table of 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
26 Indian Sportsperson Bagged Gold in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
|Champion||Sport / Category|
|Saina Nehwal||Badminton - Women's Singles|
|Vikas Krishan||Boxing - 75kg|
|Manika Batra||Table Tennis - Women's Singles|
|Vinesh Phogat||Wrestling - Women's 50kg|
|Neeraj Chopra||Javelin Throw|
|Gaurav Solanki||Boxing - 52kg|
|Sumit Malik||Men's Freestyle Wrestling - 125kg|
|Sanjeev Rajput||50m Rifle 3 Position Shooting|
|M.C. Mary Kom||Boxing - 45-48kg|
|Bajrang Punia||Men's Freestyle Wrestling - 65kg|
|Tejaswini Sawant||50m Rifle Position Event|
|Anish Bhanwala||Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol|
|Sushil Kumar||Men's Freestyle Wrestling - 74kg|
|Heena Sidhu||Shooting - 25m Women's Air Pistol Event|
|Jitu Rai||Shooting - 10m Men's Air Pistol Event|
|Rahul Aware||Men's Freestyle Wrestling - 57kg|
|Shreyashi Singh||Shooting - Women's Double Trap Event|
|Manu Bhaker||Shooting - 10 m Women's Air Pistol|
|Punam Yadav||Weightlifting - Women's 69kg|
|Venkat Rahul Ragala||Weightlifting - Men's 85kg|
|Satish Kumar Sivalingam||Weightlifting - Men's 77kg|
|Sanjita Chanu||Weightlifting - Women's 53kg|
|Mirabai Chanu||Weightlifting - Women's 48kg|
|India||Badminton - Mixed Team|
|India||Table Tennis - Men's Team|
|India||Table Tennis - Women's Team|
The next Commonwealth Games will be hosted in Birmingham, England.