The 2022 Commonwealth competition, formally called the XXII Commonwealth Games and typically called Birmingham 2022 is a worldwide multi-recreation occasion for individuals or members of the competition in Birmingham, England, from 28 July to eight August 2022.
Pakistan first joined these games in 1947. After some ups and downs, it re-entered again in 1990. From then Pakistan is competing and won many medals for their dear homeland.
Total medals that Pakistan won in the commonwealth games
Overall Pakistan completed at 18 at the medal desk out of seventy-two taking part nations. Pakistan wins a total of eight Medals in the commonwealth games 2022. Out of eight medals, Pakistan wins 2 Gold, three Silver, and three Bronze medals.
Arshad Nadeem received Pakistan’s first ever Gold Medal in the men’s Javelin Throw.
Muhammad Nooh Dastgir Butt won a Gold medal in weightlifting at the game of men’s 109+kg.
Pakistan won the Bronze medal for judo and the winning player’s name is Shah Hussain Shah. Shah Hussain shah defeated his South African competitor and won the Bronze medal for Pakistan in 2022.
Inayat Ullah won a Bronze medal in wrestling in the game of men’s freestyle 65kg.
Ali Asad won a Bronze medal in wrestling at the game of men’s freestyle 57kg.
Muhammad Sharif Tahir won a silver medal in wrestling in the game of men’s freestyle 74kg.