Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018 – Results



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The Results of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

43 Countries shared in the Medal Tally from the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, with 840 medals being granted, 275 of these being Gold Medals.

400 of those medals were taken by the three countries: Australia, England and India.
151 of the Gold medals were shared by Australia, England and India.
144 of the Silver medals were shared by Australia, England and Canada.
132 of the Bronze medals were shared by Australia, England and Canada.

The numbers of medals might relate partially to the numbers of Athletes that each country sent to the games.

The Top Four Medal Count Countries.

Australia had 474 athletes and took 198 medals
England had 396 athletes and took 136 medals
Canada had 282 athletes and took 82 medals
India had 218 athletes and took 66 medals

The Bottom Four Medal Count Countries.

Seychelles had 25 athletes and took 1 medal
Cook Islands had 18 athletes and took 1 medal
Norfolk Island had 18 athletes and took 1 medal
Solomon Islands had 14 athletes and took 1 medal

Ranking by Medals per Athlete


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Australia – 4.2 medals per 10 athletes
England – 3.4 medals per 10 athletes
Cyprus – 3 medals per 10 athletes
India – 3 medals per 10 athletes
Canada – 2.9 medals per 10 athletes
Nigeria – 2.7 medals per 10 athletes
Jamaica – 2.3 medals per 10 athletes
Scotland – 2 medals per 10 athletes
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The 2018 Commonwealth Games were held during the 4th to the 15th April 2018, on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.


Medals per Country (ranked by Gold).

Rank Country Total Gold Silver Bronze
1 Australia 198 80 59 59
2 England (UK) 136 45 45 46
3 India 66 26 20 20
4 Canada 82 15 40 27
5 New Zealand 46 15 16 15
6 South Africa 37 13 11 13
7 Wales (UK) 36 10 12 14
8 Scotland (UK) 44 9 13 22
9 Nigeria 24 9 9 6
10 Cyprus 14 8 1 5
11 Jamaica 27 7 9 11
12 Malaysia 24 7 5 12
13 Singapore 9 5 2 2
14 Kenya 17 4 7 6
15 Uganda 6 3 1 2
16 Botswana 5 3 1 1
17 Samoa 5 2 3 0
18 Trinidad and Tobago 3 2 1 0
19 Namibia 2 2 0 0
20 Northern Ireland (UK) 12 1 7 4
21 The Bahamas 4 1 3 0
22 Papua New Guinea 3 1 2 0
23 Fiji 4 1 1 2
24 Pakistan 5 1 0 4
25 Grenada 2 1 0 1
26 Bermuda 1 1 0 0
26 Guyana 1 1 0 0
26 British Virgin Is. 1 1 0 0
26 Saint Lucia 1 1 0 0
30 Bangladesh 2 0 2 0
31 Sri Lanka 6 0 1 5
32 Cameroon 3 0 1 2
33 Dominica 2 0 1 1
34 Isle of Man 1 0 1 0
34 Mauritius 1 0 1 0
34 Nauru 1 0 1 0
37 Malta 2 0 0 2
37 Vanuatu 2 0 0 2
39 Cook Islands 1 0 0 1
39 Ghana 1 0 0 1
39 Norfolk Island 1 0 0 1
39 Seychelles 1 0 0 1
39 Solomon Islands 1 0 0 1

Commonwealth Games 2018 Ranking by Medals per Athlete.

Australia – 4.2 medals per 10 athletes
England – 3.4 medals per 10 athletes
Cyprus – 3 medals per 10 athletes
India – 3 medals per 10 athletes
Canada – 2.9 medals per 10 athletes
Nigeria – 2.7 medals per 10 athletes
Jamaica – 2.3 medals per 10 athletes
Scotland – 2 medals per 10 athletes
Botswana – 1.9 medals per 10 athletes
South Africa – 1.9 medals per 10 athletes
New Zealand – 1.8 medals per 10 athletes
Wales – 1.7 medals per 10 athletes
Dominica – 1.5 medals per 10 athletes
Singapore – 1.5 medals per 10 athletes
Grenada – 1.4 medals per 10 athletes
Malaysia – 1.3 medals per 10 athletes
Northern Ireland – 1.3 medals per 10 athletes
Samoa – 1.3 medals per 10 athletes
The Bahamas – 1.3 medals per 10 athletes
Bermuda – 1.3 medals per 10 athletes
Kenya – 1.2 medals per 10 athletes
Vanuatu – 1.1 medals per 10 athletes
British Virgin Islands – 1 medals per 10 athletes
Pakistan – 0.9 medals per 10 athletes
Uganda – 0.9 medals per 10 athletes
Bangladesh – 0.9 medals per 10 athletes
Malta – 0.8 medals per 10 athletes
Saint Lucia – 0.8 medals per 10 athletes
Sri Lanka – 0.8 medals per 10 athletes
Cameroon – 0.8 medals per 10 athletes
Namibia – 0.7 medals per 10 athletes
Solomon Islands – 0.7 medals per 10 athletes
Nauru – 0.6 medals per 10 athletes
Trinidad and Tobago – 0.6 medals per 10 athletes
Cook Islands – 0.6 medals per 10 athletes
Norfolk Island – 0.6 medals per 10 athletes
Papua New Guinea – 0.5 medals per 10 athletes
Guyana – 0.4 medals per 10 athletes
Fiji – 0.4 medals per 10 athletes
Seychelles – 0.4 medals per 10 athletes
Isle of Man – 0.3 medals per 10 athletes
Mauritius – 0.2 medals per 10 athletes
Ghana – 0.1 medals per 10 athletes


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