Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Tally: Medal standings and India count till Day 3

Weightlifter Achinta Sheuli (73kg) lived up to her lofty billing as she bagged India's third Commonwealth Games gold on Sunday. Debutant Sheuli, favorite to win, lifted 313kg (143kg + 170kg) to claim gold at the NEC indoor venue on Sunday. Erry Hidayat Muhammad of Malaysia, who gave Sheula tough competition, finished as the second best competitor at the event.

Earlier on Sunday, 19-year-old Jeremy Lalrinnung lifted a total of 300kg via Snatch and Clean & Jerk to top the men's 67kg category. Lalrinnunga also broke the Games record in his category with a lift of 140kg in the Snatch. Mirabai Chanu took her medal tally to four on Saturday with her gold medal in the women's 49kg event. Sanket Sargar and Bindyarani Devi won silver medals in men's 55kg and women's respectively, while Gururaja Poojary won bronze in men's 61kg.

India pipped Malaysia, who had seven medals, for the second gold. The table is sorted by most gold medals won and also includes silver, bronze and overall medal results up to and including Achinta Sheuli's weightlifting.

India (six medals) has now moved to fifth place in the medal table with three golds, two silvers and one bronze. Australia continues to lead the table with 50 medals (20 gold, 13 silver, 17 bronze). England are second with 34, including 12 gold, ahead of New Zealand (19). The Kiwis finished third with the gold medal, 10-3.