2006 Commonwealth Games medal table

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The 2006 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the 18th Commonwealth Games, were a multi-sport event held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia between 15 and 26 March 2006. A total of 4,071 athletes representing 71 Commonwealth Games Associations participated in 247 events from 16 sports.[1] A total of 743 medals were awarded over the course of the Games.[2]

Medal table

Leisel Jones won four gold medals in the swimming competition, sweeping the breaststroke events and the medley relay.

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankCGAGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)*846969222
2 England (ENG)364034110
3 Canada (CAN)26293186
4 India (IND)22171150
5 South Africa (RSA)12131338
6 Scotland (SCO)1171129
7 Jamaica (JAM)104822
8 Malaysia (MAS)7121029
9 New Zealand (NZL)6121432
10 Kenya (KEN)65718
11 Singapore (SIN)56718
12 Nigeria (NGR)46717
13 Wales (WAL)351119
14 Cyprus (CYP)3126
15 Ghana (GHA)2013
 Uganda (UGA)2013
17 Pakistan (PAK)1315
18 Papua New Guinea (PNG)1102
19 Isle of Man (IOM)1012
 Namibia (NAM)1012
 Tanzania (TAN)1012
22 Sri Lanka (SRI)1001
23 Mauritius (MRI)0303
24 Bahamas (BAH)0202
 Northern Ireland (NIR)0202
26 Cameroon (CMR)0123
27 Botswana (BOT)0112
 Malta (MLT)0112
 Nauru (NRU)0112
30 Bangladesh (BAN)0101
 Grenada (GRN)0101
 Lesotho (LES)0101
33 Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)0033
34 Seychelles (SEY)0022
35 Barbados (BAR)0011
 Fiji (FIJ)0011
 Mozambique (MOZ)0011
 Samoa (SAM)0011
 Swaziland (SWZ)0011
Totals (39 CGAs)245244256745

References

  1. ^ "Commonwealth Games Statistics 1911–2006". Australian Commonwealth Games Association. Archived from the original on 6 October 2010. Retrieved 1 October 2010.
  2. ^ "Medal Standings Melbourne 2006". Retrieved 31 July 2022.

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