All-time Commonwealth Games medal table

This page shows the all-time medal table for the Commonwealth Games. The table is updated as of 15 April 2018, the day the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast ended. These rankings sort by the number of gold medals earned by a country. The number of silvers is taken into consideration next and then the number of bronze. If, after the above, countries are still tied, equal ranking is given and they are listed alphabetically. This follows the system used by the IOC, IAAF and BBC. The source for this data are the tallies listed at the Commonwealth Games Federation's website.[1]

Medal table

Nations in italics no longer participate at the Commonwealth Games.

Rank Nation Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia (AUS)219327757092415
2 England (ENG)217147157152144
3 Canada (CAN)214845165551555
4 India (IND)15181175148504
5 New Zealand (NZL)21159220278657
6 South Africa (RSA)13130123136389
7 Scotland (SCO)21119132200451
8 Kenya (KEN)16857577237
9 Nigeria (NGR)14707591236
10 Wales (WAL)216798141306
11 Malaysia (MAS)12596581205
12 Jamaica (JAM)17594755161
13 Singapore (SIN)1636273295
14 Northern Ireland (NIR)20303955124
15 Pakistan (PAK)1325242675
16 Cyprus (CYP)1023131753
17 Uganda (UGA)1516162355
18 Ghana (GHA)[Note 1]1615182558
19 Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)1810212556
20 Bahamas (BAH)1510131336
21 Cameroon (CMR)610111637
22 Nauru (NRU)81011930
23 Zimbabwe (ZIM)[Note 2]10691429
24 Tanzania (TAN)1266921
25 Samoa (SAM)12581124
26 Papua New Guinea (PNG)1457214
27 Botswana (BOT)1155717
28 Namibia (NAM)7541120
29 Hong Kong (HKG_CGF)10521017
30 Zambia (ZAM)[Note 3]144122339
31 Sri Lanka (SRI)[Note 4]1648820
32 Guyana (GUY)[Note 5]1846616
33 Fiji (FIJ)16451019
34 Isle of Man (IOM)1633612
35 Bangladesh (BAN)92428
36 Barbados (BAR)1623712
37 Malaya (MAL)32327
38 Bermuda (BER)182226
 Mozambique (MOZ)62226
40 Grenada (GRN)102125
41 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG)122013
42 Mauritius (MRI)1516613
43 Guernsey (GUE)131326
44 Lesotho (LES)111113
45 Jersey (JER)161034
 Saint Lucia (LCA)111034
47 Cayman Islands (CAY)111012
48 British Virgin Islands (IVB)81001
 Kiribati (KIR)61001
 Saint Kitts and Nevis (SKN)91001
51 Seychelles (SEY)80347
52 Rhodesia and Nyasaland (FRN)10257
53 Malta (MLT)130156
54 Swaziland (SWZ)130134
55 Dominica (DMA)100112
56 Ireland (IRE)10101
57 Malawi (MAW)130033
 Tonga (TON)100033
59 Norfolk Island (NFI)90022
 Vanuatu (VAN)100022
61 Cook Islands (COK)110011
 Solomon Islands (SOL)90011
 The Gambia (GAM)110011

Nations and Territories without medals

Current Commonwealth Members

As of the end of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Nations and territories № Games
 Anguilla (AIA)*6
 Antigua and Barbuda (ANT)*10
 Belize (BIZ)10
 Brunei (BRU)8
 Falkland Islands (FAI)10
 Gibraltar (GIB)16
 Montserrat (MNT)7
 Niue (NIU)5
 Rwanda (RWA)*3
 Saint Helena (SHN)7
 Sierra Leone (SLE)12
 Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI)*7
 Tuvalu (TUV)5

* Won at least one medal at a Commonwealth Youth Games.

Former Commonwealth Members

Nations and Territories'Bold text' № Games
 Federation of South Arabia (FSA)[Note 6]2
 Maldives (MDV)8
 Newfoundland (NEW)2
 British North Borneo (BNB)2
 Sarawak (SAR)2
 Irish Free State (IFS)1
 Tanganyika (TAG)1

Notes

  1. Totals for Ghana include all medals won as  Gold Coast (GCO)
  2. Totals for Zimbabwe include all medals won as  Southern Rhodesia (SRH)
  3. Totals for Zambia include all medals won as  Northern Rhodesia (NRH)
  4. Totals for Sri Lanka include all medals won as  Ceylon (CEY)
  5. Totals for Guyana include all medals won as  British Guiana (BGU)
  6. Total for the Federation of South Arabia includes appearance as  Aden (ADN)

See also

References

  1. Country Index Commonwealth Games Federation. Retrieved 14 October 2010
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