Commonwealth Games 2010 Medal Tally: Australia far ahead while England and India ties in Gold Medals

By on Oct 10, 2010 in Sports, World Comments

Updated October 15:

Here is the link to the Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony Video.

Updated October 14:

Here is the Commonwealth Games 2010 (CWG2010) Final Medal Tally.

The Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2010 (CWG2010) is over, and Australia is winning far ahead with 55 gold medals, while India and England ties in gold with 24 each.

According to the latest medal tally, Australia now won 55 gold, 30 silver, and 31 bronze medals, with a total of 116 medals won.

As mentioned earlier, India and England has 24 gold medals each, but the latter is now on the second place in over-all ranking.

England has now 24 gold, 43 silver, and 29 bronze, and has a total of 96 medals, only 20 medals behind Australia.

Meanwhile, India has 24 gold, and 17 each for silver and bronze medals, with a total of 58 medals.

And to add pain to India, so to speak, their team in the Commonwealth Games 2010 women’s hockey was eliminated from the semi-finals on Saturday

According to news from India, their own team, which won the silver medal in the 2006 Melbourne Games won over South Africa, but lost on goal difference.

But for their good news, Indian wrestlers continue to win medals in which six of them were won by women wrestlers, including three gold medals.

According to reports, wrestling sisters Anita and Alka Tomar both won gold medals in the 57-kg and 59 kg, respectively.

On the other hand, swimmer Alicia Coutts of Australia won her fifth CWG2010 gold medal, as she continues to dominate the 100m freestyle, 100m butterfly, 200m individual medley and the 4x100m freestyle relay.

Below is the latest Commonwealth Games 2010 medal tally as of October 9, taken from

To get the latest Commonwealth Games 2010 medal tally and news highlights, you can visit our CWG2010 Medal Tally and News page.

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