1. Saina Nehwal secured ladies’ singles gold in badminton.
2. Boxer Vikas Krishan wins gold in 75kg classification at Commonwealth Games.
3. Manika Batra wins gold in table tennis ladies’ singles, turning into the main Indian lady to do as such.
4. Vinesh Phogat wins gold in ladies’ wrestling free-form 50 kg Nordic occasion.
5. Neeraj Chopra turned into the main Indian lance hurler to assert a gold decoration at the Commonwealth Games.
6. In the 52kg Boxing occasion, Gaurav Solanki won gold.
7. In wrestling, Sumit Malik asserted the gold decoration in the men’s free-form 125 kg.
8. Sanjeev Rajput won gold in 50m Rifle 3 Position shooting occasion.
9. M.C. Mary Kom won 45-48 kg class boxing occasion, guaranteeing gold in her introduction to Commonwealth Games.
10. Bajrang Punia won the gold award in free-form 65kg wrestling.
11. Tejaswini Sawant won the 50m rifle position on occasion
12. 15-year-old Anish Bhanwala sacked gold in men’s 25m fast discharge gun.
13. In men’s free-form 74kg wrestling, twofold Olympic-medallist Sushil Kumar won gold.
14. Rahul Aware added another gold award to India’s count, winning in the Men’s Freestyle 57kg wrestling occasion.
15. In the twofold trap ladies shooting, India’s Shreyasi Singh won gold.
16. Shooter Heena Sidhu won gold in the 25m gun occasion to give India its eleventh gold award in the Games.
17. The Indian blended group badminton asserted gold without precedent for the Games’ history.
18. In the 10m men’s air gun occasion, India’s Jitu Rai won gold. This is his second Commonwealth gold.
19. In the ladies’ table tennis occasion, the Indian group won its first historically speaking Commonwealth gold decoration.
20. In 10m ladies’ air gun, Manu Bhaker won gold and included 6th gold for India at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
21. Weightlifter Punam Yadav turned into the third lady to win gold for India, beating the competition in the ladies’ 69 kg class at the CWG 2018.
22. Weightlifter Venkat Rahul Ragala turned into the fourth Indian to assert a gold award in the men’s 85 kg classification.
23.Weightlifter Satish Kumar Sivalingam won India’s third gold in the men’s 77kg class.
24. Weightlifter Sanjita Chanu landed India its second gold award, winning the best spot in the ladies’ 53kg class.
25. Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu was the principal gold award champ for India, on an opening day, in the ladies’ 48 kg class.
26. Indian men’s table tennis group wins gold beating Nigeria 3-0.
1. P.V. Sindhu got the ladies’ singles silver award in badminton playing against Saina Nehwal.
2. Kidambi Srikanth made due with badminton silver.
3. Dipika Pallikal Karthik and Joshna Chinappa make due with silver in ladies’ pairs squash.
4. In blended pairs squash, Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal assert silver.
5. Boxer Manish Kaushik won silver in the Men’s 60 kg classification.
6. India’s Amit Panghal won silver subsequent to losing a nearby session in the Boxing Men’s 46-49kg Final.
7. Manika Batra and Mouma Das contended energetically before going down against protecting champions Feng Tianwei and Yu Mengyu to make due with a silver decoration in the ladies’ copies, a first ever for India in the Commonwealth Games.
8. Anjum Moudgil packed away silver in the ladies’ 50m rifle 3 positions on occasion.
9. Wrestler Pooja Dhanda made a late push in the ladies’ 57kg last session to win silver.
10. Wrestler Mausam Khatri neglected to make utilization of his abundance of experience as he made due with a silver award in men’s free-form 97 kg occasion.
11. Seema Punia thought of the best exertion of 60.41m in the ladies’ plate toss, which she did in her opening endeavour to win her fourth progressive CWG award
12. Mehuli Ghosh won silver in the 10m ladies’ air rifle occasion.
13. In the 105 class weightlifting for men, Pradeep Singh won the silver.
14. In 10m ladies’ air gun, Heena Sidhu won the silver and included second silver for India at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
15. Weightlifter P. Gururaja opened India’s award account on the main rivalry day, asserting a silver in the men’s 56kg class.
16. Tejaswini Sawant won a silver award in 50m inclined finals in the shooting.
17. Wrestler Babita Kumari won silver in a 53kg occasion.
1. Manika Batra asserted blended duplicates bronze in table tennis.
2.Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shankar Shetty stowed bronze in the men’s duplicates Table Tennis rivalry.
3. Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy win bronze at ladies’ pairs badminton.
4. In wrestling, Somveer claims bronze in Men’s Freestyle 86 kg.
5. In wrestling, Sakshi Malik guaranteed bronze in the Women’s Freestyle 62 kg.
6. Naman Tanwar won bronze in the boxing Men’s 91 kg
7. Manoj Kumar won bronze in the boxing Men’s 69 kg.
8. Hussamuddin Mohammed won bronze in the boxing Men’s 56 kg.
9. Divya Kakran won bronze decoration in the ladies’ free-form 68 kg by beating Bangladesh’s Sherin Sultana 4-0.
10. In the ladies’ plate toss, Navjeet Dhillon got the bronze with her last toss of 57.43m
11. In ladies’ free-form 76kg wrestling occasion, Kiran packed away a bronze award.
12. Delhi-conceived Ankur Mittal asserted the bronze in men’s twofold trap shooting occasion.
13. Om Mitharval won bronze in the 50m men’s gun occasion and in the 10m men’s air gun occasion.
14. India’s Apurvi Chandela won bronze in the 10m ladies’ air rifle occasion.
15. One more award for weightlifting, Vikas Thakur added a shade of bronze to Indian weightlifters’ brilliant keep running at the Commonwealth Games, guaranteeing the third position in the 94kg classification by equalling his own best.
16. Ravi Kumar makes due with bronze in men’s 10m air rifle occasion at 21st Commonwealth Games.
17. Adolescent Deepak Lather from Haryana turned into the most youthful Indian weightlifter to guarantee a Commonwealth Games decoration, securing a bronze in the men’s 69kg classification.
18. Sachin Chaudhary did the nation pleased by sacking a bronze award in the men’s heavyweight class in para powerlifting of the XXI Commonwealth Games.