2022 Commonwealth Games medal tally: Kurtis Marschall’s Pole Vault and Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva Rhythmic Gymnastics Gold

The ninth day of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has ended with a further nine golds for Australia, cementing the country’s lead in the overall standings.

Two Australians reached the final in women’s table tennis classes 6-10, earning two medals for the nation.

Qian Yang won gold and Li Na Lei took home the silver medal.

Australia also won golds in athletics, bowls, diving and gymnastics.

You can see how the last series of medals were won in our Commonwealth Games blog, or check out the medal winners and the top 10 medal rankings by country below:

Medal results day nine:

Gold:

  • Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics
  • Jemima Montag, athletics, 10,000m race walk
  • Oliver Hoare, Athletics, 1,500m run
  • Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Luce Smith, Diving, 3m Synchronized Springboard
  • Ellen Ryan and Kristina Krstic, lawn bowls, couples
  • Aaron Wilson, lawn bowls, singles
  • Melissa Wu and Charli Petrov, diving, 10 meter synchronized platform
  • Kurtis Marschall, Athletics, Pole Vault
  • Qian Yang, table tennis, singles 6-10

Silver:

  • Eleanor Patterson, athletics, high jump
  • Li Na Lei, table tennis, singles 6-10

Bronze:

  • Tina Rahmi, boxing, featherweight
  • Edgardo Coumi, boxing, heavyweight
  • Caitlin Anne 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

22

29

33

84

4

New Zealand

17

12

15

44

5

India

13

11

16

40

6

Nigeria

9

8

13

35

7

Scotland

8

9

24

41

8

South Africa

7

8

11

26

9

Malaysia

6

5

4

15

10

Jamaica

6

4

2

12

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