Commonwealth Games Results


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While Delhi is the host of the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the hosts for the 18th Commonwealth Games that took place in 2006 were Melbourne and Victoria of the continent-country Australia. Held between 15th to 26th March, 2006, this was the biggest sporting event ever hosted by Melbourne. The motto of 2006 Commonwealth Games was 'united by the moment' and it was participated by 71 nations from around the world. In all 247 events were held in 16 sports, which included swimming, boxing, weightlifting, cycling, athletics, badminton and many more. 2006 Commonwealth Games results favored the hosting country, Australia, as it bagged the maximum number of medals.

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
AUS 74 55 48 177
IND 38 27 36 101
ENG 37 59 46 142
CANADA 26 17 32 75
SOUTH AFRICA 12 11 10 33
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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