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Commonwealth Games 2022 Medal Count: Curtis Marshall Pole Vault Champion and Alexandra Keeroy-Bogatyleva Rhythmic Gymnastics Gold

Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham ended with Australia winning nine more gold medals, strengthening their country’s lead in the overall tally.

In the table tennis women’s singles class, two Australians qualified for the finals in places 6-10, securing two medals for the nation.

Qian Yang won gold and Li Na Lei won silver.

Australia also won gold in Athletics, Lawn Bowl, Diving and Gymnastics.

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Day 9 Medal Results:

Money:

  • alexandra kiroy-bogatyreva, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics
  • Jemima Montag, track and field, 10,000m race walk
  • Oliver Hoare, track and field, 1,500 meters
  • Madison Keeney and Annabel Ruth Smith, Diving, Synchronized Springboard 3m
  • Ellen Ryan and Christina Krustic, lawn bowl, pair
  • aaron wilson, lawn bowls, singles
  • Melissa Wu and Charli Petrov, Dive, 10m Synchronized Platform
  • curtis marshall, track and field, pole vault
  • Qian Yang, table tennis, singles class 6-10

Silver:

  • eleanor patterson, track and field, high jump
  • Li Na Lei, table tennis, singles class 6-10

bronze:

  • tina rami, boxing, featherweight
  • edgardo kumi, boxing, heavyweight
  • caitlin ann parker, boxing, middleweight

Birmingham 2022 medal standings:

position

team

G.

S.

B.

total

1

Australia

59

46

50

155

2

England

50

52

46

148

3

Canada

twenty two

29

33

84

Four

new zealand

17

12

15

44

Five

India

13

11

16

40

6

Nigeria

9

8

13

35

7

Scotland

8

9

twenty four

41

8

South Africa

7

8

11

26

9

Malaysia

6

Five

Four

15

Ten

Jamaica

6

Four

2

12

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