Commonwealth Games medal table: Latest standings and results at Birmingham 2022 as England claim 11 golds

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Commonwealth Games medal table: Latest standings and results at Birmingham 2022 as England claim 11 golds
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England took their gold medal tally at the Commonwealth Games to 11 on day three in Birmingham on Sunday.

Jake Jarman vaulted to his second Games after eclipsing his England team-mate James Hall in a dramatic conclusion to the men's all-around gymnastics competition.

David Ellis and Katie Crowhurst won gold for England in the men's and women's Para-triathlon races, while England won gold in the mixed relay triathlon.

James Wilby won gold in the men’s 100m breaststroke, leaving Olympic champion Adam Peaty out of the medals.

Commonwealth Games 2022: Best Pictures

England’s Matt Walls (no.29) and Canada’s Derek Gee (no.15) go over the barrier into the crowd at Lee Valley VeloPark on day three of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in London (PA)
England’s Matt Walls (no.29) and Canada’s Derek Gee (no.15) go over the barrier into the crowd at Lee Valley VeloPark on day three of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in London (PA)
Northern Ireland’s Carly McNaul in action with Australia’s Kristy Lee Harris during their round of 16 fight (REUTERS)
Northern Ireland’s Carly McNaul in action with Australia’s Kristy Lee Harris during their round of 16 fight (REUTERS)
Kenya’s Stella Cherop Tiyoy in action with Canada’s Elodie Tessier (REUTERS)
Kenya’s Stella Cherop Tiyoy in action with Canada’s Elodie Tessier (REUTERS)
Team England celebrates after winning the gold medal for the women’s team finals (AP)
Team England celebrates after winning the gold medal for the women’s team finals (AP)
India players celebrate taking the wicket of Australia’s Alyssa Healy (REUTERS)
India players celebrate taking the wicket of Australia’s Alyssa Healy (REUTERS)
Scotland’s Duncan Scott (L) celebrates winning and taking the gold medal, with second placed England’s Tom Dean, in the men’s 200m freestyle swimming final at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre (AFP via Getty Images)
Scotland’s Duncan Scott (L) celebrates winning and taking the gold medal, with second placed England’s Tom Dean, in the men’s 200m freestyle swimming final at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre (AFP via Getty Images)
Joe Truman of Team England crashes during the Men’s Track Cycling Keirin Second Round Heat One on day two of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at Lee Valley Velopark Velodrome (Getty Images)
Joe Truman of Team England crashes during the Men’s Track Cycling Keirin Second Round Heat One on day two of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at Lee Valley Velopark Velodrome (Getty Images)
England’s Alex Yee celebrates after winning the Men’ Individual (Sprint Distance) Final at Sutton Park (PA)
England’s Alex Yee celebrates after winning the Men’ Individual (Sprint Distance) Final at Sutton Park (PA)
Lesotho’s Qhobosheane Mohlerepe (right)  and Cyprus’ Odysseas Atmatzidis during the Men’s Over 60kg-63.5kg (Light Welter) - Round of 32 at The NEC on day one of 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. (PA)
Lesotho’s Qhobosheane Mohlerepe (right) and Cyprus’ Odysseas Atmatzidis during the Men’s Over 60kg-63.5kg (Light Welter) - Round of 32 at The NEC on day one of 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. (PA)
England’s Adam Peaty trains at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Birmingham, on the day before the swimming competition begins at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham (AFP via Getty Images)
England’s Adam Peaty trains at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Birmingham, on the day before the swimming competition begins at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham (AFP via Getty Images)
Grace Crompton of Team England breaks past Anusha Attanayaka of Team Sri Lanka to score a try during the Women’s Rugby Sevens Pool A match between Team England and Team Sri Lanka on day one of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (Getty Images)
Grace Crompton of Team England breaks past Anusha Attanayaka of Team Sri Lanka to score a try during the Women’s Rugby Sevens Pool A match between Team England and Team Sri Lanka on day one of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (Getty Images)

Here’s the latest medal table and standings at Birmingham 2022...

Pos

Country

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1

Australia

22

13

17

52

2

England

11

16

7

34

3

New Zealand

10

5

4

19

4

South Africa

4

1

1

6

5

Canada

3

6

9

18

6

India

3

2

1

6

7

Scotland

2

7

8

17

8

Malaysia

2

1

1

4

9

Nigeria

2

0

1

3

10

Wales

1

2

6

9

11

Trinidad & Tobago

1

1

0

2

12=

Bermuda

1

0

0

1

12=

Uganda

1

0

0

1

14

Fiji

0

2

0

2

15=

Kenya

0

1

1

2

15=

Northern Ireland

0

1

1

2

17=

Mauritius

0

1

0

1

17=

Singapore

0

1

0

1

17=

Samoa

0

1

0

1

17=

Papa New Guinea

0

1

0

1

17=

Tanzania

0

1

0

1

22

Cyprus

0

0

2

2

23=

Namibia

0

0

1

1

23=

Sri Lanka

0

0

1

1

Nations will be added upon winning their first medal. Table correct as of 11am BST on Monday, August 1

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