Commonwealth Games 2018 Medal Tally: CWG 2018

The 2018 Commonwealth Games were held in Australia from 4 to 15 April 2018. Gold Coast, Queensland was the host of the event where 840 medals were presented to the participants. Australia topped the medal tally with maximum 80 gold medals followed by England (45 gold) and India (26 gold). This article presents the complete Commonwealth Games 2018 Medal Tally representing total medals as well as category-wise medals (gold, silver or bronze) for participating countries. Ranking is awarded to the countries on the basis of gold medals that they win rather than total medals.

Commonwealth Games 2018- Interesting Facts

  1. Australia became five-time host of Commonwealth Games when it hosted the Commonwealth Games 2018.
  2. The 2018 Commonwealth Games was officially known as the XXI Commonwealth Games or Gold Coast 2018.
  3. 71 Commonwealth Games Associations and 6600 athletes participated in this 11 day sporting event.
  4. 18 sports and 7 para-sports events were organized with a global audience of around 1.5 billion.
  5. The countries of Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Vanuatu, Dominica, British Virgin Islands and Saint Lucia won their first Commonwealth medals at Commonwealth Games 2018.

Commonwealth Games 2018 Medal Tally- Country-wise

Here is the 2018 Commonwealth Games Medal Tally for the participating countries showing their ranking in the Commonwealth Games and total medals won. Australia ranked at number one with 198 medals. England and India were second and third in ranking winning 136 and 66 medals overall.

RankCountryMedals
1Australia198
2England136
3India66
4Canada82
5New Zealand46
6South Africa37
7Wales36
8Scotland44
9Nigeria24
10Cyprus14
11Jamaica27
12Malaysia24
13Singapore9
14Kenya17
15Uganda6
16Botswana5
17Samoa5
18Trinidad and Tobago3
19Namibia2
20Northern Ireland12
21Bahamas4
22Papua New Guinea3
23Fiji4
24Pakistan5
25Grenada2
26Bermuda1
British Virgin Islands1
Guyana1
Saint Lucia1
30Bangladesh2
31Sri Lanka6
32Cameroon3
33Dominica2
34Isle of Man1
Mauritius1
Nauru1
37Malta2
Vanuatu2
39Cook Islands1
Ghana1
Norfolk Island1
Seychelles1
Solomon Islands1
Total43840

Commonwealth Games 2018 Medal Tally- Medal-wise

Check here the gold, silver and bronze medals won by each country in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Australia won 198 medals with 80 gold, 59 silver and 59 bronze and topped in every category and overall as well.

Australia

  • Gold: 80
  • Silver: 59
  • Bronze: 59

England

  • Gold: 45
  • Silver: 45
  • Bronze: 46

India

  • Gold: 26
  • Silver: 20
  • Bronze: 20

Canada

  • Gold: 15
  • Silver: 40
  • Bronze: 27

New Zealand

  • Gold: 15
  • Silver: 16
  • Bronze: 15

South Africa

  • Gold: 13
  • Silver: 11
  • Bronze: 13

Wales

  • Gold: 10
  • Silver: 12
  • Bronze: 14

Scotland

  • Gold: 9
  • Silver: 13
  • Bronze: 22

Nigeria

  • Gold: 9
  • Silver: 9
  • Bronze: 6

Cyprus

  • Gold: 8
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 5

Jamaica

  • Gold: 7
  • Silver: 9
  • Bronze: 11

Malaysia

  • Gold: 7
  • Silver: 5
  • Bronze: 12

Singapore

  • Gold: 5
  • Silver: 2
  • Bronze: 2

Kenya

  • Gold: 7
  • Silver: 4
  • Bronze: 6

Uganda

  • Gold: 3
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 2

Botswana

  • Gold: 3
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 1

Samoa

  • Gold: 2
  • Silver: 3
  • Bronze: 0

Trinidad and Tobago

  • Gold: 2
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 0

Namibia

  • Gold: 2
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 0

Northern Ireland

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 7
  • Bronze: 4

Bahamas

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 3
  • Bronze: 0

Papua New Guinea

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 2
  • Bronze: 0

Fiji

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 2

Pakistan

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 4

Grenada

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

Bermuda

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 0

British Virgin Islands

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 0

Guyana

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 0

Saint Lucia

  • Gold: 1
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 0

Bangladesh

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 2
  • Bronze: 0

Sri Lanka

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 5

Cameroon

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 2

Dominica

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 1

Isle of Man

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 1

Mauritius

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 1

Nauru

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 1
  • Bronze: 1

Malta

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 2

Vanuatu

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 2

Cook Islands

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

Ghana

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

Norfolk Island

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

Seychelles

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

Solomon Islands

  • Gold: 0
  • Silver: 0
  • Bronze: 1

2018 Commonwealth Games FAQs

What are the criteria for ranking countries in Commonwealth Games?

The ranking is done by the number of gold medals won by a nation. In case of a tie, silver medals are taken into consideration followed by bronze medals. In case there is still a tie, equal ranking is given to the nations and they are listed alphabetically.

Why Canada ranked fourth even after scoring more medals in 2018 Commonwealth Games?

The country that wins more gold is given better ranking irrespective of the total medals won. Although Canada has 82 medals as opposed to India that only won 66 medals, it was placed at a lower ranking because it only won 15 gold whereas India won 26 gold medals.

How many events were held at the Commonwealth Games 2018?

A total of 275 medal events were held at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Which country hosted 2018 CWG?

Queensland’s Gold Coast

What was India’s ranking in the 2018 CWG?

3rd Rank

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