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Commonwealth Games Winners South Africa 2018

It’s with pleasure to announce that South Africa is doing incredibly great at the 2018 Australian Commonwealth Games. Just yesterday (10 April), one of SA’s athletic greats, Caster Semenya raced and smashed her first major 1500m title. So far, we have a total of 21 medals. Read on.

Commonwealth Games 2018 South African Winners

Commonwealth Games 2018

South Africa is currently on position five on the medals table at the 2018 Australian Commonwealth Games with a total of 21 medals.

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) was coy about a specific medals target prior to departure for the competition. However, President Gideon Sam said the team would target a fifth place overall.

So far, South Africa won the following medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games:

  • Gold: 9 Medals
  • Silver: 6 Medals
  • Bronze: 6 Medals

Among others, Caster Semenya broke a national record at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday. The athlete raced and won her first major 1500m title which left South Africa celebrating.

Caster Semenya Commonwealth Games 2018

A list of SA Commonwealth Games Winners 2018

Below is a full list of South African medal winners at the 2018 Commonwealth games in Australia. (Results updated 11 April 2018).

Gold medal winners

Henri Schoeman – men’s triathlon

Tatjana Schoenmaker – women’s 200m breaststroke

Chad le Clos – men’s 200m butterfly

Chad le Clos – men’s 50m butterfly

Cameron van der Burgh – men’s 50m breaststroke

Tatjana Schoenmaker – women’s 100m breaststroke

Chad le Clos – men’s 100m butterfly

Akani Simbine – men’s 100m

Caster Semenya – women’s 1500m

Silver medal winners

Chad le Clos – men’s 100m freestyle
Esme Kruger, Nicolene Neal, Johanna Snyman and Elma Davis – women’s fours lawn bowls
Dylan Buis – men’s T38 100m
Christian Sadie – men’s S6 50m freestyle
Henricho Bruintjies – men’s 100m
Brad Tandy – men’s 50 freestyle

Bronze medal winners

Ryan Coetzee – men’s 50m butterfly
Cameron van der Burgh – men’s 100m breaststroke
Colleen Piketh – women’s singles lawn bowls
Mona Pretorius – women’s 63kg weightlifting
Charl Du Toit – men’s T38 100m (WR time)
Team South Africa – men’s 4 x 100m medley relay

Go South Africa Go!

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