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BIRMINGHAM 2022 | Roll of Honour / Medal Table

The full Roll of Honour for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

MEN’S SINGLES
Gold: Aaron Wilson (Australia)
Silver: Gary Kelly (Northern Ireland)
Bronze: Iain McLean (Scotland)

MEN’S PAIRS
Gold: Daniel Salmon and Jarrad Breen (Wales)
Silver: Jamie Walker and Sam Tolchard (England)
Bronze: Paul Foster MBE and Alex Marshall MBE (Scotland)

MEN’S TRIPLES
Gold: Louis Ridout, Nick Brett and Jamie Chestney (England)
Silver: Barrie Lester, Carl Healey, Ben Twist (Australia)
Bronze: Owain Dando, Ross Owen, Jonathan Tomlinson (Wales)

MEN’S FOURS
Gold: Sam Barkley, Adam McKeown, Ian McClure and Martin McHugh (Northern Ireland)
Silver: Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh and Dinesh Kumar (India)
Bronze: Louis Ridout, Nick Brett, Jamie Chestney and Sam Tolchard (England)

WOMEN’S SINGLES
Gold: Ellen Ryan (Australia)
Silver: Lucy Beere (Guernsey)
Bronze: Siti Zalina Ahmad (Malaysia)

WOMEN’S PAIRS
Gold: Kristina Krstic and Ellen Ryan (Australia)
Silver: Sophie Tolchard and Amy Pharaoh (England)
Bronze: Selina Goddard and Katelyn Inch (New Zealand)

WOMEN’S TRIPLES
Gold: Jamie-Lea Winch, Natalie Chestney and Sian Honnor (England)
Silver: Nur Ain Nabilah Tarmizi, Syafiqa Haidar Afif Abdul Rahman and Azlina Arshad (Malaysia)
Bronze: Nicole Toomey, Tayla Bruce and Val Smith (New Zealand)

WOMEN’S FOURS
Gold: Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia and Rupa Rani Tirkey (India)
Silver: Thabelo Muvhango, Bridget Calitz, Esme Kruger and Anneke Snyman (South Africa)
Bronze: Selina Goddard, Nicole Toomey, Tayla Bruce and Val Smith (New Zealand)

PARA MEN’S B6-B8 PAIRS
Gold: Garry Brown and Kevin Wallace (Scotland)
Silver: Damian Delgado and Chris Flavel (Australia)
Bronze: Craig Bowler and Kieran Rollings (England)

PARA WOMEN’S B6-B8 PAIRS
Gold: Rosemary Lenton and Pauline Wilson (Scotland)
Silver: Cheryl Lindfield and Serena Bonnell (Australia)
Bronze: Desiree Levin and Victoria van der Merwe (South Africa)

PARA MIXED B2/B3 PAIRS
Gold: Melanie Inness and Robert Barr (Directors: George Miller and Sarah Jane Ewing)
Silver: Julie Thomas and Gordon Llewellyn (Directors: Mark Adams and John Wilson)
Bronze: Alison Yearling and Chris Turnbull (Directors: Sue Wherry and Mark Wherry)

Medal Table (Updated after women’s pairs)

CountryGoldSilverBronze
AUSTRALIA33
SCOTLAND32
ENGLAND223
WALES111
INDIA11
NORTHERN IRELAND11
MALAYSIA11
SOUTH AFRICA11
GUERNSEY1
NEW ZEALAND3

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