Common Wealth Game: The ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham have completed 2 days. So far 39 gold medals have been decided in these 2 days. The Australian is currently leading the medal table with 13 golds. Australia won 16 medals including 8 gold on the first day, on the second day the Australian contingent won 16 medals including 5 gold. Similarly, on the second day, India also entered the top 10 by winning four medals including one gold medal in weightlifting.
Australia at number one
Australia has won 13 gold medals at number one. After that 8 silver medals, 11 bronze medals and thus a total of 32 medals. Australia has won 7 gold medals at number two. After that, she has won 4 silver medals, 2 bronze medals and a total of 13 medals. England has won 5 gold medals at number three. In which 12 are silver medals and 4 bronze medals. England has won a total of 21 medals.
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21 medals won in England
Canada’s name is included at number four, which has won three gold medals. Also won 3 silver medals, 5 bronze medals, Canada has won total 11 medals. The name of Scotland is included at number five. Scotland has won 2 Gold Medals 4 Silver Medals 6 Bronze Medals. Scotland has a total of 12 medals. Malaysia’s name comes at number six, which has won 2 gold medals. Also won 1 bronze medal.
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India in eighth place
The name of South Africa is included at number seven, which has won two gold medals. The name of India is included at number eight. Who has won a gold medal, 2 silver medals, a bronze medal and a total of 4 medals. Bermunda’s name is included at number nine. Who has won a gold medal. Apart from this, Nigeria is at number ten by winning a gold medal.
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