Team Nigeria finished seventh (7th) on the overall medals table at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, claiming 35 medals after a string of record breaking performances.
Ese Brume capped what was a wonderful day for Team Nigeria on day 10 of the Commonwealth Games, securing the Gold medal in the Women’s Long Jump event at the Alexander Stadium.
In the other events concluded on Sunday, Nigerian athlete Elizabeth Oshoba also won a medal as she claimed Silver for Team Nigeria in the Women’s Boxing over 54kg-57kg Featherweight category.
As we enter the final day of #B2022, here’s how the medal table looks at the end of Day 10.
Tune in tomorrow to see if it changes 👀#Birmingham2022 #commonwealthgames pic.twitter.com/uUKmT34V5k
— Birmingham 2022 (@birminghamcg22) August 7, 2022
Team Nigeria won 12 Gold, 9 Silver and 14 Bronze medals at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. All the Gold medals were won by the Team Nigeria Women in Birmingham.
Athletics provided the most medals for Team Nigeria with Ten (10) podium finishes, followed by wrestling with seven (7).
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Team Nigeria in seventh is the highest ranked African country with South Africa and Kenya occupying the ninth and thirteenth spots, respectively.
Below is the full list of all 35 medalists for Team Nigeria at the 2022 Commonwealth Games:
List of Gold Medalists
Favour Ofili, Rosemary Chukwuma, Grace Nwokocha, and Tobi Amusan – Women’s 4x100m Relay
Tobi Amusan – 100m Hurdles
Ese Brume – Long Jump
Mercy Genesis Miesinnei – Wrestling (50kg)
Adekuoroye Odunayo – Wrestling (57kg)
Blessing Oborududu – Wrestling (68kg)
Rafiatu Folashade Lawal – Weightlifting (59kg)
Olarinoye Adijat – Weightlifting (55kg)
Oluwafemiayo Folashade – Para Powerlifting (75kg)
Eucharia Iyiazi – F55-57 Shot Put
Chioma Onyekwere – Shot Put
Goodness Nwachukwu – Discus Throw
Favour Ofili — Women’s 200m
Elizabeth Oshoba — Women’s Featherweight boxing
Bose Omolayo — Para-powerlifting women’s heavyweight
Ifechukwude Ikpeoyi — Para-table tennis women’s singles classes 3-5
Ikechukwu Obichukwu — Para-powerlifting men’s heavyweight
Nasiru Sule — Para-table tennis men’s singles classes 3-5
Taiwo Liadi — Weightlifting women’s 76kg
Hannah Reuben — Wrestling women’s freestyle 76kg
Ebikewenimo Welson — Wrestling men’s freestyle 57kg
Udodi Onwuzurike, Seye Ogunlewe, Favour Ashe, Alaba Akintola, Raymond Ekevwo — Men’s 4 x 100m relay
Ugochi Constance Alam — Women’s F55-57 shot put
Obiageri Amaechi — Women’s discus throw
Ifeanyi Onyekwere — Men’s super heavyweight boxing
Jacinta Umunnake — Women’s middleweight boxing
Cynthia Ogunsemilore — Women’s lightweight boxing
Innocent Nnamdi — Para-powerlifting men’s lightweight
Isau Ogunkunle — Para-table tennis men’s singles classes 3-5
Faith Obazuaye — Para-table tennis women’s singles classes 6-10
Mary Taiwo Osijo — Weightlifting women’s 87kg
Islamiyat Yusuf — Weightlifting women’s 64kg
Edidiong Umoafia — Weightlifting men’s 67kg
Ogbonna John — Wrestling men’s freestyle 74kg
Esther Kolawole — Wrestling women’s freestyle 62kg