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Final Winners List Of India In CWG 2014

cwg 2014India is very happy with the final tally of medals in the recently concluded commonwealth games 2014. India finished 5th in the medal table with a tally of 64 medals which includes 15 Gold, 30 Silver and 19 Bronze.

President Pranab Mukherjee has congratulated the Indian athletes for winning medals at the Glasgow commonwealth games in their respective field. President said, ” Your achievement is an example of what can be accomplished through hard work and dedication. You have made all Indian proud and proved that hard work always bring laurels.”

Final winners list of India In CWG 2014:

Gold:

Sanjita Khumukchan: Women’s 48 kg weightlifting
Sukhen Dey: Men’s 56 kg weightlifting
Abhinav Bindra: Men’s 10 metre air rifle shooting
Apurvi Chandela: Women’s 10 metre air rifle shooting
Rahi Sarnobat: Women’s 25 metre pistol shooting
Satish Sivalingam: Men’s 77 kg weightlifting
Jitu Rai: Men’s 50 metre pistol shooting
Amit Kumar: Men’s freestyle 57 kg wrestling
Vinesh Phogat: Women’s freestyle 48 kg wrestling
Sushil Kumar: Men’s freestyle 74 kg wrestling
Babita Kumari: Women’s freestyle 55 kg wrestling
Yogeshwar Dutt: Men’s freestyle 65 kg wrestling
Vikas Gowda: Men’s discus throw athletics
Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa: Women’s doubles squash
Parupalli Kashyap: Men’s singles badminton

Silver:

Mirabai Chanu Saikhom: Women’s 48 kg weightlifting
Shushila Likmabam: Women’s 48 kg judo
Navjot Chana: Men’s 60 kg judo
Malaika Goel: Women’s 10 metre air pistol shooting
Santoshi Matsa: Women’s 53 kg weightlifting
Prakash Nanjappa: Men’s 10 metre air pistol shooting
Ayonika Paul: Women’s 10 metre air rifle shooting
Anisa Sayyed: Women’s 25 metre pistol shooting
Shreyasi Singh: Women’s double trap shooting
Ravi Katulu: Men’s 77 kg weightlifting
Gurpal Singh: Men’s 50 metre pistol shooting
Gagan Narang: Men’s 50 metre rifle prone shooting
Vikas Thakur: Men’s 85 kg weightlifting
Harpreet Singh: Men’s 25 metre rapid fire pistol shooting
Sanjeev Rajput: Men’s 50 metre rifle 3 positions shooting
Rajeev Tomar: Men’s freestyle 125 kg wrestling
Lalita: Women’s freestyle 53 kg wrestling
Bajrang: Men’s freestyle 61 kg wrestling
Sakshi Malik: Women’s freestyle 58 kg wrestling
Satywart Kadian: Men’s freestyle 97 kg wrestling
Geetika Jakhar: Women’s freestyle 63 kg wrestling
Seema Punia: Women’s discus throw athletics
Achanta Sharath Kamal and Anthony Amalraj: Men’s doubles table tennis
L. Sarita Devi: Women’s 57-60 kg boxing
L. Devendro Singh: Men’s 49 kg boxing
Mandeep Jangra: Men’s 69 kg boxing
Rajinder Rahelu: Men’s heavyweight powerlifting
Vijender Singh: Men’s 75 kg boxing
India: Men’s hockey
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa: Women’s doubles badminton

Bronze:

Ganesh Mali: Men’s 56 kg weightlifting
Kalpana Thoudam: Women’s 52 kg judo
Swati Singh: Women’s 53 kg weightlifting
Rajwinder Kaur: Women’s +78 kg judo
Omkar Otari: Men’s 69 kg weightlifting
Mohammed Asab: Men’s double trap shooting
Punam Yadav: Women’s 63 kg weightlifting
Manavjit Sandhu: Men’s trap shooting
Gagan Narang: Men’s 50 metre rifle 3 positions shooting
Lajja Gauswami: Women’s 50 metre rifle 3 positions shooting
Chandrakant Mali: Men’s 94 kg weightlifting
Navjot Kaur: Women’s freestyle 69 kg wrestling
Dipa Karmakar: Women’s vault gymnastics artistic
Pawan Kumar: Men’s freestyle 86 kg wrestling
Pinki Jangra: Women’s 48-51 kg boxing
Sakina Khatun: Women’s lightweight powerlifting
P.V. Sindhu: Women’s singles badminton
R.M.V. Gurusaidutt: Men’s singles badminton
Arpinder Singh: Men’s triple jump athletics