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Team Australia dominated the Commonwealth Games medals tally over the opening four days in Birmingham, sitting comfortably in front – thanks mainly to their dominance in the pool.

Australia won eight gold medals on the first day, including five of the seven in the pool! Australia added five more golds on the second day.

The gold rush continued on the third day of the nine, with Emma McKeon making history with her 11th Commonwealth Games gold medal in the 50m. Her gold streak continued as she won the women’s freestyle final.

On the fourth day, Australia again dominated with nine gold medals in judo, lawn bowls, cycling and gymnastics.

Australia opened the fifth day with 72 medals of the Games, this time a bronze in the men’s artistic gymnastics vault.

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Read on for more details and the full medal count.

Australia finished ahead of England and New Zealand with 31 gold, 20 silver and 21 bronze (71 in total!).

Four years ago on the Gold Coast, the provinces topped the competition with 198 medals, including 80 gold.

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Commonwealth Games medal tally (from 11.30 am on Tuesday)


1. Australia – 31, 20, 21, 71

2. England – 22, 24, 11, 57

3. New Zealand – 13, 7, 5, 25

4. Canada – 7, 11, 16, 34

5. South Africa – 5, 4, 4, 13

6. India – 4, 3, 3, 10

7. Scotland – 2, 8, 14, 24

8. Wales – 2, 2, 7, 11

9. Malaysia – 2, 2, 2, 6

10. Nigeria – 2, 1, 2, 5

See the full list of medals here.

Day-by-day list of medals

Day five

James Bacueti At these Games, Australia took home a medal in men’s gymnastics, winning bronze in the men’s vault. 20-year-old British sensation Jake Jarman won gold ahead of England’s Jharni Regini-Moran, fourth in the Games.

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Day four

Australia finished the day fourth ahead of England and New Zealand with 31 gold, 20 silver and 21 bronze (71 in total!).

Georgia Goodwin Canada’s Laurie DeNomme won gold in the women’s vault, while on the track; Matthew Glazer Men’s 1000m He won gold. Ellen Ryan They won singles and gold in women’s grass bowls Tinka Easton He disappointed by claiming gold in judo.

in the pool, Kyle Chalmers 100 m. Freestyle wins. Kaylee McKeown 200m Matthew Levy S7 won gold in men’s 50m freestyle. Emma McKeon She then narrowly took gold in the 50m breaststroke to take her Games record to 12 golds as the Australians capped off the night with victory. Men’s 4x200m Freestyle.

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Elsewhere, the 49-year-old legend Jian Fang Lei He led the Osian team to bronze in the women’s table tennis team event.

Jian Fang Lai opened with a doubles win against Yangzi Liu, winning her own singles match in a 3-0 win over Wales.

Kyle Bruce He took over silver in the men’s 81kg weightlifting after a final decision that won him gold.

The Aussie men’s triples claimed silver in the grass bowls, fighting back from 12-1 down in the final game before losing 12-12 to England 14-12.

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Jian Fang Lai leads Australia to bronze in table tennis!
Jian Fang Lai leads Australia to bronze in table tennis!Source: Getty Images

Day three

Australians Sam Harding And Jonathan Goerlach The day started with impressive silver and bronze medals in the Men’s PTVI Triathlon Finals.

Emma McKeon And Kaylee McKeown He then added two more golds in the pool, taking out the women’s 50m freestyle and 100m backstroke.

McKeon headed home Meg Harris with silver Shayna Jack (24.36) finished third.

Men’s 50m breaststroke Zac Stubblety-Cook (59.52) home took bronze.

The women’s 4x200m freestyle relay team broke the world record and finished top of the pool.

Georgia Godwin All-round rhythmic gymnastics won the women’s final.

Australia Women’s 7s The rugby side put Tokyo’s woes behind them to claim gold in the final against Fiji.

On a track bike, Matthew Richardson He won the men’s final.

Christina Clonan He took gold in the 500m field.

Georgia Baker He won the women’s 25 km point race Jessica Gallagher Women’s 1000m She won her second gold medal in time trials with Pilot. Caitlin Ward

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Day two

Madison de Rosario At the Commonwealth Games, she dominated the field with a time of 1:56:00 and took the women’s T53/54 marathon in stride.

Jess Stenson In the women’s marathon, she bettered her two bronze medals in Glasgow and the Gold Coast with an incredible run.

It was another tearing day in the pool, with Katja Dedekind He won gold in the women’s 50m freestyle S13 and finished first in the men’s and women’s 4 x 100m freestyle relays.

There were silver medals. Maeve Plouffe Women’s 3000m Brendan Smith Men’s 400m Emma McKeon in the women’s 100m butterfly and artistic gymnastics team.

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Day one

Matt Hauser In the year He had the honor of becoming the first Australian to win a medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games Bronze medal Sprint Distance Final in Men’s Triathlon.

Ariane Titmus In the women’s 200m freestyle, the 18-year-old Aussie won gold. Mollie O’Callaghan Unbelievably late, he asked for money Madison Wilson.

Elijah Winnington He won gold in the men’s 400m freestyle, ahead of the Australians Sam Short And Mc Horton. Zac Stubblety-Cook He won gold in the men’s 200m breaststroke Kiah Melverton He took silver in the women’s 400m individual medley.

In the first event of the night, Australia won gold in the 4x100m medley.

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