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2006 Commonwealth Games Results
- Australia earned the first rank with 221 medals in all that included 84 gold medals, 69 silver medals and 68 bronze medals.
- In the second rank was England with 110 medals that included 36 gold medals, 40 silver medals and 34 bronze medals.
- The North American country, Canada, with 26 gold medals, 29 silver medals and 31 bronze medals that amounted to 86 medals in total, held the third position.
- The host of 2010 Commonwealth Games, India, occupied the fourth position with 50 medals that included 22 gold medals, 17 silver medals and 11 bronze medals.
- South Africa topped the medal chart among the African countries. The country was at rank 5 with 12 gold medals, 13 silver medals and 13 bronze medals, thereby, winning 38 medals in all.
- Scotland held the position 6 with 11 gold medals. The total number of medals won by this country amounted 29 and occupied rank 7 in total medal ranking. Scotland won 7 silver medals and 11 bronze medals.
- Jamaica's rank by gold was 7 with 10 gold medals and total ranking was 9 with 22 medals that included 4 silver medals and 8 bronze medals.
- South-eastern country Malaysia topped the medal table among the other south-eastern countries. This country occupied rank 8 with 7 gold medals and was positioned in number 7 by total ranking. It won 29 medals with 12 silver medals and 10 bronze medals.
- Australia's neighboring country; New Zealand occupied position 6 with 31 medals that included 6 gold medals, 12 silver medals and 13 bronze medals.
- With 18 medals in all that included 6 gold medals, 5 silver medals and 7 bronze medals, Kenya was ranked 11. Kenya held rank 9 with 6 gold medals.
- Singapore was also ranked 11 with 18 medals which included 5 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 7 bronze medals.
- With 17 medals, Nigeria was ranked 13. The country won 4 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 7 bronze medals.
- Wales won 19 medals which earned this country the rank 10. This country won 3 gold medals, 5 silver medals and 11 bronze medals.
- The Eurasian island country, Cyprus, with 3 gold medals won the rank 13. The country's total ranking was 14 with 6 medals in all that included 1 silver medal and 2 bronze medals.
- Ghana in total won 3 medals and was ranked 16. The number of gold medals and bronze medals won were 2 and 1 respectively.
- Uganda with 3 medals in all also held position 16. The country won 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal.
- Pakistan occupied position 15 by winning 5 medals in all that included 1 gold medal, 3 silver medals and 1 bronze medal.
- Papua New Guinea won 1 gold medal and 1 silver medal each, which earned the country the rank 21.
- Isle of Man was also ranked 21. The country won 1 gold medal and 1 bronze medal.
- Namibia with 2 medals in all that included 1 gold medal and 1 bronze medal was ranked 21.
- Tanzania occupied position 21 by wining 2 medals in all. The country won 1 gold medal and 1 bronze medal.
- With 1 gold medal, Sri Lanka remained at rank 31.
- Mauritius was ranked 16. The island country won 3 silver medals in all.
- Bahamas with 2 silver medals was ranked 21.
- Northern Ireland had won 2 silver medals which earned rank 21.
- Cameroon won 3 medals that included 1 silver medal and 2 bronze medals. The country was ranked 16.
- Botswana with 2 medals which included 1 silver medal and bronze medal each. It occupied position 21.
- The total number of medals won by Malta was 2 with 1 silver and 1 bronze medal each. The country earned the position 21.
- Nauru with 2 medals, 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal, occupied position 21.
- Bangladesh held the position 31 with 1 silver medal.
- Grenada won 1 silver medal and was ranked 31.
- Lesotho with 1 silver medal was ranked 31.
- Trinidad and Tobago won 3 bronze medals, which kept the country in rank 16.
- Seychelles won 2 bronze medals and was ranked 21.
- Barbados occupied rank 31 with 1 bronze medal.
- Fiji with one bronze medal was ranked 31.
- Mozambique was also ranked 31 with 1 bronze medal.
- Samoa ranked 31 with 1 bronze medal.
- Swaziland won 1 bronze medal and was ranked 31.
Last Updated on : 14 September 2010