2. England: 31Gold, 26 Silver, 27 Bronze
3. Scotland: 13 Gold, 10 Silver, 12 Bronze
4. Canada: 13 Gold, 5 Silver, 14 Bronze
5. India: 10 Gold, 15 Silver, 10 Bronze
6. New Zealand: 9 Gold, 9 Silver, 11 Bronze
7. South Africa: 9 Gold, 7 Silver, 8 Bronze
8. Singapore: 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze
9. Wales: 3 Gold, 9 Silver, 12 Bronze
10. Nigeria: 3 Gold, 5 Silver, 6 Bronze
For the complete breakdown visit the Glasgow 2014 website: http://results.glasgow2014.com/medals.html
About the Commonwealth Games
The Commonwealth is an association of independent sovereign states spread over every continent and ocean. From Africa to Asia, the Paciﬁc shores to the Caribbean, the Commonwealth’s 2 billion people make up 30% of the world’s population and are of many faiths, races, languages, cultures and traditions.
The Commonwealth Games is a unique, world class, multi-sports event which is held once every four years. It is often referred to as the ‘Friendly Games’.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) is the organisation that is responsible for the direction and control of the Commonwealth Games.
As a means of improving society and the general well being of the people of the Commonwealth, the CGF also encourages and assists education via sport development and physical recreation.
Underlying every decision made by the CGF are three core values: – HUMANITY – EQUALITY – DESTINY. These values help to inspire and unite millions of people and symbolise the broad mandate of the CGF within the Commonwealth.