India’s Official entry list to the Commonwealth Games 2022, Birmingham



We are just one week away from the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, 2022, in Birmingham, England. This is the 22nd Commonwealth Games after its first game in 1934 in London. It is an international multi-sport event that takes place every 4 years. The 2022 Birmingham Games is going to host over 5000 athletes participating from 72 Commonwealth Nations. There are 280 events happening across 20 sports. Below is the list of players who have booked their spot for the Commonwealth games 2022 which is taking place in Birmingham, UK.


Athletics

  1. Avinash Sable - men's 3000m steeplechase

  2. Nitender Rawat - men's marathon

  3. M Sreeshankar - men's long Jump

  4. Muhammed Anees Yahiya - men's long Jump

  5. Abdulla Aboobacker - men's triple jump

  6. Praveen Chithravel - men's triple jump

  7. Eldhose Paul - men's triple jump

  8. Neeraj Chopra - men's javelin throw

  9. DP Manu - men's javelin throw

  10. Rohit Yadav - men's javelin throw

  11. Sandeep Kumar - men's 10km race walk

  12. Amit Khatri - men's 10km race walk

  13. Amoj Jacob - men's 4x400m relay

  14. Noah Nirmal Tom - men's 4x400m relay

  15. Arokia Rajiv - men's 4x400m relay

  16. Muhammed Ajmal - men's 4x400m relay

  17. Naganathan Pandi - men's 4x400m relay

  18. Rajesh Ramesh - men's 4x400m relay

  19. Jyothi Yarraji - women's 100m hurdles

  20. Ancy Sojan - women's long jump

  21. Manpreet Kaur - women's shot put

  22. Navjeet Kaur Dhilllon - women's discus throw

  23. Seema Punia - women's discus throw

  24. Annu Rani - women's javelin throw

  25. Shilpa Rani - women's javelin throw

  26. Manju Bala Singh - women's hammer throw

  27. Sarita Romit Singh - women's hammer throw

  28. Bhawna Jat - women's 10km race walk

  29. Priyanka Goswami - women's 10km race walk

  30. Hima Das - women's 4x100m relay

  31. Dutee Chand - women's 4x100m relay

  32. Srabani Nanda - women's 4x100m relay

  33. MV Jilna - women's 4x100m relay

  34. NS Simi - women's 4x100m relay



Badminton

  1. PV Sindhu (women's)

  2. Aakarshi Kashyap (women's)

  3. Treesa Jolly (women's)

  4. Gayatri Gopichand (women's)

  5. Ashwini Ponappa (women's)

  6. Lakshya Sen (men's)

  7. Kidambi Srikanth (men's)

  8. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy (men's)

  9. Chirag Shetty (men's)

  10. B Sumeeth Reddy (men's)

Boxing

  1. Amit Panghal - men's 51kg

  2. Mohammad Hussamuddin - men's 57kg

  3. Shiva Thapa - men's 63.5kg

  4. Rohit Tokas - men's 67kg

  5. Sumit Kundu - men's 75kg

  6. Ashish Chaudhary - men's 80kg

  7. Sanjeet - men's 92kg

  8. Sagar - men's 92+kg

  9. Nitu - women's 48kg

  10. Nikhat Zareen - women's 50kg

  11. Jaismine - women's 60kg

  12. Lovlina Borgohain - women's 70kg

Cricket

  1. Indian women’s cricket team (15 players)

Cycling

  1. David Beckham

  2. Esow Alban

  3. Sushikala Agashe

Hockey

  1. Indian men’s hockey team (18 players)

  2. Indian women’s hockey team (18 players)


Judo

  1. Vijay Kumar Yadav - men’s -60kg

  2. Jasleen Singh Saini - men’s -66kg

  3. Deepak Deswal - men’s -100kg

  4. L Shushila Devi - women’s -48kg

  5. Suchika Tariyal - women’s -57kg

  6. Tulika Maan - women’s +78kg

Squash

  1. Saurav Ghosal - men’s singles and mixed doubles

  2. Ramit Tandon - men’s singles, men’s doubles and mixed doubles

  3. Abhay Singh - men’s singles and men's doubles

  4. Joshna Chinappa - women’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles

  5. Sunayna Kuruvilla - women’s singles

  6. Anahat Singh - women’s singles

  7. Dipika Pallikal - women’s doubles and mixed doubles

  8. Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu - men’s doubles

  9. Velavan Senthilkumar - men’s doubles

Swimming

  1. Sajan Prakash - men's 50m, 100m and 200m butterfly

  2. Srihari Nataraj - men's 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke

  3. Kushagra Rawat - men's 200m, 400m and 1500m freestyle

  4. Advait Page - men's 1500m freestyle


Table Tennis

  1. Sharath Kamal (men's)

  2. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (men's)

  3. Sanil Shetty (men's)

  4. Harmeet Desai (men's)

  5. Manika Batra (women's)

  6. Diya Chitale (women's)

  7. Sreeja Akula (women's)

  8. Reeth Rishya (women's)

Triathlon

  1. Sanjana Joshi - women's event

  2. Pragnya Mohan - women's event

Weightlifting

  1. Mirabai Chanu - women’s 49kg

  2. Bindyarani Devi - women’s 55kg

  3. Popy Hazarika - women’s 59kg

  4. Usha Kumara - women’s 87kg

  5. Purnima Pandey - women’s +87kg

  6. Sanket Mahadev - men’s 55kg

  7. Chanambam Rishikanta Singh - men’s 55kg

  8. Jeremy Lalrinnunga - men’s 67kg

  9. Achinta Sheuli - men’s 73kg

  10. Ajay Singh - men’s 81kg

  11. Vikas Thakur - men’s 96kg

  12. Ragala Venkat Rahul - men’s 96kg

Wrestling

  1. Pooja Gehlot - women’s 50kg

  2. Vinesh Phogat - women’s 53kg

  3. Anshu Malik - women’s 57kg

  4. Sakshi Malik - women’s 62kg

  5. Divya Kakran - women’s 68kg

  6. Pooja Sihag - women’s 76kg

  7. Ravi Kumar Dahiya - men's 57kg

  8. Bajrang Punia - men's 65kg

  9. Naveen - men's 74kg

  10. Deepak Punia - men's 86kg

  11. Deepak - men's 97kg

  12. Mohit Grewal (125kg)


India, with a total medal tally of 503, stands at the 4th position in the all-time medal list. India’s best Commonwealth Games performance came in the 2010 Delhi games where they won a total of 101 medals including 38 gold medals. Their second-best Commonwealth performance came in the previous games itself. India won a total of 66 medals in the 21st CWG games 2018, Gold Coast, Australia including 26 gold medals which ranked them 3rd in the 2018 CWG games. The Indian Contingent has 215 athletes participating. The 2022 Birmingham Games is India’s 18th appearance in Commonwealth Games and will begin on 28th July and will end on 8th August.


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