Kurtis Marschall leaps over the bar as shown from below

Commonwealth Games 2022 medal tally: Kurtis Marschall’s pole vault win and Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva rhythmic gymnastics gold

The ninth day of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has ended with another nine gold medals for Australia, strengthening the nation’s lead in the overall tally.

Two Australians made it to the final in the table tennis women’s singles classes 6-10, ensuring two medals for the nation.

Qian Yang won gold and Li Na Lei took home the silver medal.

Australia also won gold in athletics, lawn bowls, diving and gymnastics.

You can check out how the latest batch of medals were won in our Commonwealth Games blog, or have a look at the medal winners and the top 10 medal standings by country below:

Day nine medal results:

Gold:

  • Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics
  • Jemima Montag, athletics, 10,000 meter race walking
  • Oliver Hoare, athletics, 1,500 meter run
  • Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Luce Smith, diving, 3-meter synchronized springboard
  • Ellen Ryan and Kristina Krstic, lawn bowls, pairs
  • Aaron Wilson, lawn bowls, singles
  • Melissa Wu and Charli Petrov, diving, 10-meter synchronized platform
  • Kurtis Marshall, athletics, pole vault
  • Qian Yang, table tennis, singles classes 6-10

Silver:

  • Eleanor Patterson, athletics, high jump
  • Li Na Lei, table tennis, singles classes 6-10

Bronze:

  • Tina Rahmi, boxing, featherweight
  • Edgardo Coumi, boxing, heavyweight
  • Caitlin Anne Parker, boxing, middleweight

Birmingham 2022 medal standings:

POSITION

TEAM

G

yes

B.

TOTAL

1

Australia

59

46

fifty

155

two

England

fifty

52

46

148

3

Canada

22

29

33

84

4

new zealand

17

12

fifteen

44

5

India

13

eleven

16

40

6

Nigeria

9

8

13

35

7

Scotland

8

9

24

41

8

south africa

7

8

eleven

26

9

Malaysian

6

5

4

fifteen

10

Jamaica

6

4

two

12

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