Guyana at the
Commonwealth Games
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CGF codeGUY
CGAGuyana Olympic Association
Medals
Ranked 28th
Gold
4
Silver
6
Bronze
6
Total
16
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)

Guyana has competed in seventeen of the twenty previous Commonwealth Games. British Guiana was one of the eleven countries to compete in the first Games in 1930, and participated under that name until 1962. The country gained independence in 1966 as Guyana, and subsequently competed under that name.[1]

Overall medal tally

At the 1930 British Empire Games, British Guiana won two medals. A silver medal was won by Colin Gordon in the high jump and a bronze medal was won in the coxed four event in rowing. In the 1934 British Empire Games, a gold medal was won by Phil Edwards in the 880 yards. Edwards competed for Canada at several Olympic Games.


  
Gold
  
  
Silver
  
  
Bronze
  
Total
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Guyana
3 6 6 15
GamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1930 Hamilton0112
1934 London1001
1938 Sydney0101
1954 Vancouver0011
1958 Cardiff0101
1962 Perth0011
1966 Kingston0101
1970 Edinburgh0011
1978 Edmonton1113
1982 Brisbane0000
1990 Auckland0011
1994 Victoria0000
1998 Kuala Lumpur0000
2002 Manchester1001
2006 Melbourne0000
2010 Delhi0101
2014 Glasgow0000
2018 Gold Coast1001
Totals (18 games)46616

See also

References

  1. ^ "Cameroon". Commonwealth Games Federation. Retrieved 21 July 2020.