India's gold rush continued till the last day of 21st Commonwealth Games at Goldcoast, Australia. Saina Nehwal claimed gold in an all-Indian final of women's singles in badminton on the last day.

With 26 gold medals, the 2018 Commonwealth Games has become India’s third most successful of all time. It has surpassed the medal tally of Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 by two medals — India won 64 medals in Glasgow.
 
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Indian contingent with 200-strong athletics performed brilliantly throughout the tournament. India finished third on the medal tally — Australia tops the chart with 198 medals. England is at the second position with 136 medals.
The total medal count comes to 66 with India bagging 26 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 20 bronze medals.
On the final day of 21st Commonwealth Games, Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal settled for the silver medal in the final of women's doubles in squash. They lost the match to New Zealand's Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy.
Manika Batra created history by winning the first ever women's singles table tennis gold for India on 14 April 2018. Neeraj Chopra won the gold medal with a season's best of 86.47 m in the fourth throw, scripting another historic record for India. 
Here are all the latest developments of 21st Commonwealth Games 2018
In a historic match between two Indian superstars, Saina Nehwal beat and P V Sindhu to win a gold medal in women's final
Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty claimed India's first ever medal in men's doubles after settling for a silver at the 21st Commonwealth Games.
India continued its dream run in Table Tennis with Achanta Sharath Kamal bagging the third bronze medal for India on the final day of 21st Commonwealth Games.
Scripting history, Indian boxer Satish Kumar settled for silver in the final of the 91kg category at the 21st Commonwealth Games on 14 April 2018.
India's men's hockey team lost 1-2 to England in the bronze medal playoff at the 21st Commonwealth Games. India had problems in defence throughout the tournament and it was no different on 14 April 2018.
Neeraj Chopra scripted history by becoming the first Indian javelin thrower to claim a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games with a season's best effort of 86.47m.
Indian boxing legend MC Mary Kom, who claimed a gold medal on debut at the Commonwealth Games, will be India's flag-bearer at the event's closing ceremony on 15 April 2018.
 
 

India's medal tally at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018

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Event Gold Silver Bronze Total
Shooting 7 4 5 16
Wrestling 5 3 4 12
Weightlifting 5 2 2 9
Boxing 3 3 3 9
Table Tennis 3 2 3 8
Badminton 2 3 1 6
Athletics 1 1 1 3
Squash 0 2 0 2
Para Powerlifting 0 0 1 1

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