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Team SA ÔÇô Medals (33)

Team South Africa finished their campaign at the 19th Commonwealth Games in New Delhi on Thursday with a total of 33 medals. Our swimmers dominated with seven of the 12 gold medals while the swim squad won 16 medals in total.

Gold (12)

Swimming: Chad le Clos (men’s 200m butterfly, 400m individual medley)

Natalie du Toit (women’s S9 50m freestyle, S9 100m freestyle, S9 100m butterfly)

Cameron van der Burgh (men’s 100m breaststroke, 50m breaststroke)

Athletics: Chris Harmse (men’s hammer)

Sunette Viljoen (women’s javelin)

Bowls: women’s trips (Tracy-Lee Botha,┬á Susan Nel, Susanna Steyn)

Men’s trips (Gideon Vermeulen, Johan Du Plessis, Wayne Perry)

Men’s pairs (Shaun Addinall, Gerry Baker)

Silver (11)

Wrestling: Richard Addinall (men’s 74kg, greco-roman and 74kg freestyle)

Bella-Lufa Hughes (96kg greco-roman)

Heinrich Barnes (66kg freestyle)

Swimming: Wendy Trott (women’s 800m freestyle)

Roland Schoeman (men’s 50m freestyle)

Heerden Herman (men’s 1500m freestyle)

4x100m medley (Charl Crous, Cameron van der Burgh, Chad le Clos, Gideon Louw)

Gymnastics: Jennifer Khwela (vault)

Para Athletics: Samkelo Radebe (men’s 100m)

Athletics: LJ van Zyl (men’s 400m hurdles)

Bronze (10)

Swimming: Men’s 4x100m freestyle (Graeme Moore, Gideon Louw, Roland Schoeman, Darian Townsend)

Men’s 4x200m freestyle (Jean Basson, Darien Townsend, Jan Albert Venter, Chad Le Clos)

Roland Schoeman (50m butterfly)

Riaan Schoeman (4×100 individual medley)

Gideon Louw (men’s 50m freestyle)

Wrestling: Dean van Zyl (84kg)

Archery: Men’s Team Compound (Septimus Cilliers, Nico Benade, Kobus de Wet)

Septimus Cilliers (Individual compound)

Athletics: Justine Robbeson (women’s javelin)

Sevens rugby: beat England 17-14