BIRMINGHAM: Australian contingent was on song as they finished medal-toppers in the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2022 that concluded here on Monday.
Leading the charge in every other game, Australian athletes were phenomenal throughout the event.
With 67 Golds, 57 Silvers, and 54 Bronze medals, Australia topped medals table with overall 178 medals in CWG 2022.
Hosts England grabbed second position with just two medals short of their arch-rivals Australia. English athletes won 57 Golds, 66 Silvers and 53 Bronze medals to finish the CWG 2022 with 176 medals.
Canada (92) and India (61) finished third and fourth respectively.
Pakistan bagged overall eight medals and it was one of their prominent performances CWG since its debut. Pakistan's Arshad Nadeem (Javelin Throw) and Nooh Dastagir Butt (Weightlifting) won Gold medals, Inam Butt (Wrestling), Zaman Anwar (Wrestling) and Mohammad Sharif Tahir (Wrestling) bagged Silver medals, whereas Inayatullah (Wrestler) and Hussain Shah (Judo) got their hands on Bronze medals.
In 1970, Pakistan won most (10) medals in CWG. In 2002, Pakistan won eight medals but it included just a Gold medal.