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CWG 2010 Medal Tally
CWG 2010 Medal Tally

India did fulfill the count of  101 winnings in the form of medals at the Commonwealth Games 2010 a number that has never been crossed in the history of the CWG. India is also gearing for the second spot against England on the overall medal count. Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa bagged gold in the women’s double of Badminton, another silver
 in the Hockey event of men and another two bronze in table tennis.

The medal numbers of the nation reached a dazzling 100 on Thursday and there is expectation for more as Saina Nehwal is being expected to bag another gold medal in the badminton singles right before the closing ceremony of the games event.

The gold count of India until now stands at 37 including 26 medals in silver and bronze medals 36 in number. Thus the total count is 100.

The two countries India and England were even till the last event in serious competition over the medal count spot of 2. Both India and England are ranking same on the number of gold medal count that is 37. However England is high on silver with 58 medals and bronze with 45 medals.

In the badminton doubles Jwala Gutta and Ashwini took just 39 minutes to beat Yao Lei and Sari Shinta Mulia of Singapore. While the Indian Hockey team of men badly lost in the finals against Australia with a score of 8-0.

Jwala Ashwini also received a standing ovation from the spectators who acknowledged their wining glory.

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