List of Medals Won in the 19th Common Wealth Games-2010- New Delhi

“Common Wealth” is an Organization of the following 53 Independent Countries, which are former British Colonies (Except United Kingdom/England and Mozambique):-1. Antigua and Barbuda
2. Australia
3. Bahamas
4. Bangladesh
5. Barbados
6. Belize
7. Botswana
8. Brunei
9. Cameroon
10. Canada
11. Cyprus
12. Dominica
13. Gambia
14. Ghana
15. Grenada
16. Guyana
17. India
18. Jamaica
19. Kenya
20. Kiribati
21. Lesotho
22. Malawi
23. Malaysia
24. Maldives
25. Malta
26. Mauritius
27. Mozambique
28. Namibia
29. Nauru
30. New Zealand
31. Nigeria
32. Pakistan
33. Papua New Guinea
34. Rwanda
35. Saint Kitts and Nevis
36. Saint Lucia
37. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
38. Samoa
39. Seychelles
40. Sierra Leone
41. Singapore
42. Solomon Islands
43. South Africa
44. Sri Lanka
45. Swaziland
46. Tanzania
47. Tonga
48. Trinidad and Tobago
49. Tuvalu
50. Uganda
51. United Kingdom
52. Vanuatu
53. Zambia.

One of the activities of the ‘Common Wealth’ is the ‘Common wealth Games’ held once in 4 years. The 19th Common Wealth Games was hosted by India and was held from 3rd October 2010 to 14th October 2010 at NewDelhi.
A total of 6081 Atheletes from 71 Teams/ Countries from the member-nations and dependencies competed in 21 Sports and 272 Events.

The following is the List of Medals won by the winners in the events:-

Country/ Gold/ Silver/ Bronze/ Total Number of Medals Won

  1. Australia/ 74 / 55/ 48/177
  2. India/ 38/ 27/ 36 / 101
  3. England/ 37/ 59/46/ 142
  4. Canada/ 26/17/32/75
  5. South Africa/12/11/10/ 33
  6. Kenya/12 /11/9/ 32
  7. Malaysia/12/10/13/ 35
  8. Pakistan/2/ 1/ 2/5
  9. Uganda/ 2/ 0/ 0/ 2
  10. Singapore/11/11/9 / 31
  11. Nigeria /11/10/14/35
  12. Scotland/9/10/7/ 26
  13. New Zealand/6/22/8/36
  14. Cyprus/4/3/5/12
  15. Northern Ireland/3/3/ 4/10
  16. Samoa/ 3 /0/1 / 4
  17. Wales/2/ 7/10 / 19
  18. Bahamas/ 1/ 1/ 3/ 5
  19. Srilanka/1 /1/1/ 3
  20. Nauru/ 1/ 1/ 0/2
  21. Botswana/1/0/3/ 4
  22. Cayman Islands/1/0/0/ 1
  23. St.Vincent and Grenadines/ 1/ 0/0/ 1
  24. Trinidad and Tobago/0/4/ 2/ 6
  25. Cameroon/ 0/ 2/4/6
  26. Ghana/ 0/1/3/ 4
  27. Namibia/ 0/ 1/2/3
  28. Papua New Guinea/0/1/ 0/1
  29. Seychelles/ 0/1/0 /1
  30. Isle of Man/0/0/2/ 2
  31. Mauritius/ 0/0/2/ 2
  32. Tonga/ 0/0/2/ 2
  33. Bangladesh/ 0/0/ 1/ 1
  34. Guyana/ 0 / 0 / 1/ 1
  35. Saint Lucia/ 0/0/1/ 1

India became the ‘Second’ in the Medals Tally for the first time, beating England by on Gold Medal. However, in the total number of Medals obtained India is only in the ‘Third’ position.The next ‘Common Wealth Games’ will be hosted by Scotland and will be held at Glasgow, in the year 2014 from 24 July to 3 August 2014.

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