The Commonwealth Games 2018 were beneficiary for India, as it was able to earn 66 medals during the various sports competition, with the tall being as follows: 26 gold, 20 silver and 20 bronze medals. The nation now ranks third on the list of countries that were awarded medals in the games, with Australia being No. 1 while England on No. 2. This is India’s third most successful Commonwealth, but the best remains 2010, during which, it won 101 medals, with 38 gold. After that, in 2012, it won  69 medals with 30 gold, 22 silver and 17 bronze medals. Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu’s badminton match, which had already locked another gold for the country, but after a tense match in which Saina, with her technique and precision, kept PV Sindhu on her toes, she came out victorious, to the applause of everyone on social media.

Boxing Champion Vijender Singh congratulated the two ladies for the exceptional performance, and wrote on his Twitter, profile, “It was a delight watching you both play.” He also wrote a hindi verse for them as well. The team India thanked the efforts and hard work that had been put by the Athletes and the support that had been granted by the staff. It also posted the official table of the medals that were won by each country that had participated in the games.

This year, team India has again made everyone proud of the country and should the strength of their hard work, technique and persistence in each of the field of sports that they took part in.  Thank you for reading the coverage on Commonwealth Games 2018.


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