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Australia finished comfortably on top of the medals table at the 19th Commonwealth Games, while India won Gold in the final two Women's Badminton events on the last day to overhaul England as runner-up. ATHLETICS
Saina Nehwal wins 38th gold medal giving India the 2nd place just ahead of England .Saina Nehwal played brilliantly and came back sharply after losing the first game.She defeated Malaysian Mew Choo Wong 19-21,23-21 and 21 -13.
England surges past India to secure 2nd place with a total of 138 medals (37of them Gold) against India's 96 medals (36 of them Gold). Australia continues to dominate with a total of 169 medals (72 of them are Gold). Medal winners'
The 19th Commonwealth Games, being held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010, is the largest multi-sport event conducted to date in Delhi and India, which hosted the Asian Gamesin 1951 and 1982. The opening
India stays on 2nd spot in medal rankings over England, raking in a total of 84 medals (31 of them Gold) against England's 114 medals (28 of them Gold). Australia continues to dominate with a total of 146 medals (64 of them are Gold). More
Commonwealth Games medal tally update on 11th Oct 2010 is as follows - Australia still leading the chart with a relatively incomparable with total 143 medals - 64 gold,40 silver and 39 bronze.India retained the second position with 81 total
India reclaims 2nd spot in medal rankings over England, raking in a total of 73 medals (29 of them Gold) against England's 104 medals (26 of them Gold). Australia continues to dominate with a total of 137 medals (61 of them are Gold). <
England overtook India's position in medal rankings, raking in a total of 96 medals (24 of them Gold) against India's 58 medals (24 of them Gold). Australia continues to dominate with a total of 116 medals (55 of them are Gold).
India came back to the second position in the commonwealth games.Australia remains in the 1st position and England in the 3rd position. You can check the latest updates from http://www.allvoices.
England climbs to close third spot with just a medal behind 2nd placer India, while Australia keeps pulling away with 48 gold. Highlights Gagan NARANG (IND) won the Men’s Singles 50m Rifle 3