2022 Commonwealth Games medal count: Brittany O’Brien and Daniel Golubovic win silver for Australia

There were no gold medals for Australia on day eight of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, but two silvers and seven bronzes kept the nation top of the standings.

There have been podium finishes for Australian athletes in diving, wrestling, gymnastics and track and field.

You can check how the last batch of medals have been won on our Commonwealth Games blog, or take a look at the medalists and the ranking of the 10 best medals by country below:

Day 8 Medals:

Silver:

  • Brittany O’Brien, diving, 1 meter springboard
  • Daniel Golubovic, athletics, decathlon

Bronze:

  • Sam Fricker and Shixin Li, diving, 3m synchronized springboard
  • Esther Qin, diving, 1 meter springboard
  • Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva, gymnastics, rhythmic individual all-around
  • Jayden Lawrence, wrestling, 86 kilogram freestyle wrestling
  • Sam Carter, athlete, T53/54 1,500 meters
  • Domonic Bedggood and Cassiel Rousseau, diving, 10m synchronized platform
  • Cédric Dubler, athletics, decathlon

Birmingham 2022 medal standings:

POSITION

CREW

g

S

B

TOTAL

1

Australia

50

44

46

140

2

England

47

46

38

131

3

Canada

19

24

24

67

4

New Zealand

17

11

13

37

5

India

9

8

9

26

6

Scotland

8

8

19

35

seven

South Africa

seven

seven

8

22

8

Nigeria

seven

3

6

16

9

Wales

4

5

ten

19

ten

Malaysia

4

4

3

11

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