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India at the Commonwealth Games

 at the Commonwealth Games

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CGF code  IND
CGA Indian Olympic Association
Commonwealth Games history (summary)
British Empire Games
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
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Commonwealth Games

India has competed in fourteen of the eighteen previous Commonwealth Games; starting at the second Games in 1934. India has also hosted the games one time.

Host Nation

India hosted the Games in 2010, at Delhi. It was India's most successful Commonwealth Games to date with Indian athletes winning 38 gold, 27 silver and 36 bronze medals.

Overall Medal Tally

At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, s India ended its campaign with a total of 64 medals (15 Golds, 30 Silvers, 19 Bronzes).[1] India's first ever Commonwealth medal was won by Rashid Anwar who won a bronze in Welterweight category of Wrestling.

Year Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze Total Position
2014 15 30 19 64 5th
2010 38 27 36 101 2nd
2006 22 17 11 50 4th
2002 30 22 17 69 4th
1998 7 10 8 25 7th
1994 6 12 7 25 6th
1990 13 8 11 32 5th
1986 Did not Participate
1982 5 8 3 16 6th
1978 5 5 5 15 6th
1974 4 8 3 15 6th
1970 5 3 4 12 6th
1966 3 4 3 10 8th
1962 Did not Participate
1958 2 1 0 3 8th
1954 0 0 0 0 NA
1950 Did not Participate
1938 0 0 0 0 NA
1934 0 0 1 1 12th
1930 Did not Participate
Total 155 155 128 438
India hosted the 2010 Commonwealth games.

See also

External links

  • Delhi 2010 Official website
  • Commonwealth Games News
  • India & Commonwealth games 2010: Specific information


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