India continues to shine at the Commonwealth Games – Here’s the list of India’s gold medal winners so far

The 2018 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXI Commonwealth Games is currently being held in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. This international multi-sport event is for the members of the Commonwealth.  It is the fifth time that Australia has hosted the Commonwealth Games. Australia being at the top of the medal tally followed by England, India is on the third place. Here’s the list of gold medal winners for India so far at the Commonwealth Games 2018.

indian women's table tennis team

Indian women’s table tennis team scripted history by clinching the first ever gold medal at the Commonwealth Games with a 3-1 victory over Singapore in the final on Sunday.

jitu rai

Jitu Rai, India’s shooting ace claimed the gold medal in the men’s 10m air pistol event.

Mirabai Chanu

Continuing the charm, Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu Saikhom won gold medal on the opening day of the weightlifting competitions of the XXI Commonwealth Games.

sanjita chanu

Sanjita Chanu landed India its second gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, winning the top spot in the women’s 53kg category of the weightlifting competitions.

Sathish Kumar Sivalingam

Weightlifter Sathish Kumar Sivalingam gave India a brilliant start after winning a gold medal in men’s 77 kg at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.

venkat rahul ragala

Venkat Rahul Ragala became the fourth Indian weightlifter to claim a gold medal in men’s 85 kg at the ongoing Commonwealth Games.

Punam Yadav

The gold rush continued in weightlifting for India as Punam Yadav added a fifth to the medal tally with a top finish in the 69kg category of the 21st Commonwealth Games.

Manu Bhaker

16-year-old India’s shooting sensation Manu Bhaker grabbed the women’s 10m air pistol gold medal by shattering the games record.

india's badminton mixed team

India wins historic gold in badminton mixed-team event, thrashing three-time defending champions Malaysia in the final on Monday.

heena sidhu

Heena Sidhu claimed gold for India when she fought off a challenge from local shooter Elena Galiabovitch to win the women’s 25-metre pistol event.