Commonwealth Games 2022: Day-by-day highlights guide and daily schedule

Check out our in-depth daily preview of the key events on each day and what to look forward to in Birmingham, England from 28 July – 8 August.


Four years on from its last showing on Australia’s Gold Coast the Commonwealth Games are returning to Birmingham, England for one of the world’s biggest events outside of the Olympic Games.

The 11-day-long event is a celebration of all things sport as well as being designed to bring together all the nations who are part of the Commonwealth.

72 teams, made up of 54 countries and 18 territories, will compete in 19 different sports with a gold, silver and bronze medal up for grabs for the first, second and third-place finishers.

At Birmingham 2022, which will be the 22nd edition of the Games, there will be more medals available for women than men and the largest para sport programme in the history of the event. has picked out the key events to watch on a daily basis as well as the schedule of events for both the preliminary stages and finals.

All times below are in Greenwich Mean Time (UTC+1). Schedule details are subject to change at short notice.

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Day 0 – Thursday 28 July 2022 – Opening Ceremony

Before the sporting action gets underway the Games will begin first with an Opening Ceremony.

Due to begin at 19:00 the spectacle is expected to take two and a half hours and will include the Commonwealth Games Parade of Nations as well as the Queens’ Baton Relay.

Flora Duffy won Bermuda its first ever Olympic gold at Tokyo 2020 in 2021
Picture by Buda Mendes

Day 1 – 29 July 2022 - Flora Duffy, Alex Yee and Hayden Wilde bid for triathlon supremacy; Laura Kenny in action

Day one of Birmingham 2022 will see 16 gold medal events take place.

Headlining the action in the track cycling, which takes place not in the West Midlands but at London 2012 Olympic venue Lee Valley VeloPark, will be Teams GB’s most successful female Olympian Laura Kenny.The 30-year-old, who is married to the most decorated British Olympian of all time Jason Kenny, will compete for England in the women’s 4000m team pursuit with the men’s team pursuit and the team sprint finals also slated for today.

England will also have another familiar Olympic-medal winner to watch in triathlete Alex Yee.

At Tokyo 2020 in 2021 Yee scooped up an individual silver and mixed relay gold marking him as the man to stop in Birmingham. Although the triathlons will be sprint titles meaning the swim, bike and run are all half the Olympic distance.

Bermuda’s Flora Duffy fronts the women’s field in this contest. The Olympic champion and first gold medallist from her nation is also the defending Commonwealth Games champion. The 34-year-old will take some undoing should her competitors dare.

In the swimming pool Australian Tokyo 2020 favourite Ariarne Titmus will challenge in the women’s 200m freestyle with compatriot Zac Stubblety-Cook also promising to do big things in the men’s 200m breaststroke. The drama for the evening will no doubt crescendo with the mixed 4x100m relay where Canada, England and Australia are set to lock horns. Popstar-turned-swimmer Cody Simpson is set to make his international debut in the 50m butterfly heats.

While in artistic gymnastics the heat will be on the hosts to defend their title in men’s team final. While they might be missing Max Whitlock England are still favourites to take it.

Day 1 medal events

11:00 – 16:00 Triathlon and Para triathlon, Sutton Park

  • Men’s individual final and women’s individual final

16:00 – 18:30 Cycling track and Para track, Lee Valley VeloPark

  • Men’s tandem B – 1000m finals
  • Women’s 4000m team pursuit
  • Women’s tandem B – sprint
  • Men’s 4000m team pursuit
  • Women’s team sprint
  • Men’s team sprint

17:30 – 21:15 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Men’s team

19:00 – 21:45 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Women’s 400m individual medley
  • Men’s 400m freestyle
  • Women’s 200m freestyle
  • Men’s 100m backstroke S9
  • Women’s 100m freestyle S9
  • Men’s 200m breaststroke
  • Mixed 4x100m freestyle relay

READ: Top things to know about the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Cody Simpson is set to appear in the men's 50m and 100m butterfly events
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Day 2 – Saturday 30 July 2022 - Cody Simpson makes a splash; marathon medallists to be decided

23 Commonwealth Games gold medals will be up for grabs on day two with the day beginning with the women’s and men’s marathon events.

With no returning gold medallist in the men’s field a new Commonwealth champion will be crowned while in the women’s contest it is Namibia’s Helalia Johannes who will defend her title.

In gymnastics England will be hoping their bronze medallist from Tokyo 2020 Alice Kinsella can help lift them to gold in the women’s team contest. They will face strong opposition from Canada and Australia.

Over in the Lee Valley VeloPark now-coach Jason Kenny will watch on as his Commonwealth keirin title goes to a new champion. Team Canada’s Kelsey Mitchell will be hunting a Commonwealth gold to match her one from Tokyo in the women’s sprint while the men and women’s individual pursuit will also be decided.

All eyes will be on South African swimming icon Chad Le Clos as he attempts to share the title of most decorated Commonwealth Games athlete of all time. His 18th medal could come in the men’s 50m butterfly which will be a well watched race with singer-turned-swimmer Cody Simpson from Australia hoping to shine as well.

The men’s 200m freestyle will also host a promising match-up as British teammates Tom Dean and Duncan Scott meet for their first of many head-to-heads in the pool. Dean will be wearing Team England colours while Scott will be representing Scotland.

India’s star weightlifter Mirabai Chanu will go for gold for a second time in the women’s 49kg weightlifting class after taking home the prize for years ago on the Gold Coast.

Day 2 medal events

07:00 – 14:30 Athletics marathon, Smithfield

  • Men’s marathon T53/54
  • Women’s marathon T53/54
  • Men’s marathon
  • Women’s marathon

09:00 – 13:45 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 55kg
  • Men’s 61kg

15:30 – 17:45 – Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 49kg

16:00 – 19:00 Cycling track and Para track, Lee Valley VeloPark

  • Women’s 3000m individual pursuit
  • Men’s 4000m individual pursuit
  • Men’s keirin
  • Women’s sprint

16:30 – 22:00 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Women’s team

19:00 – 22:15 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s 50m butterfly
  • Women’s 50m breaststroke
  • Men’s 200m freestyle
  • Men’s 50m freestyle S13
  • Women’s 50m freestyle S13
  • Men’s 400m individual medley
  • Men’s 100m butterfly
  • Men’s 100m backstroke
  • Women’s 4x100m freestyle relay
  • Men’s 4x100m freestyle relay

20:00 –22:15 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 55kg

READ: Top things to know about swimming at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Day 3 – Sunday 31 July 2022 – Adam Peaty goes for gold in men’s 100m breaststroke; rugby sevens concludes

Day three promises 24 gold medals with the first top prize team sports up for grabs in the rugby sevens. New Zealand claimed gold in both the women’s and men’s competitions four years ago and will be looking to repeat.

Laura Kenny will make her second track appearance today in a relatively open women’s points race. Defending champion Elinor Barker, who returns to the Games just five months after giving birth, has opted just to compete in the road race while the formidable Katie Archibald is also out meaning everything is to pedal for. The men’s scratch and sprint races and women’s 500m time trial are also scheduled for today.

Over at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre more big stars are ready to make a splash.

Super swim star Adam Peaty will mark his return from injury with a bid for glory in the men’s 100m breaststroke final. It will be the first of four events the three-time Olympic gold medallist is down to compete in. Le Clos will be joined in the pool by compatriot Olympic champion Tatjana Schoenmaker who will take on a tough field in the women’s 200m breaststroke.

More medals will come from triathlon in the mixed relay event. Team England is favoured to do well here given that the majority of the British team that took gold in Tokyo were comprised of English athletes.

Day 3 medal events

08:30 – 13:45 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Men’s individual all-around

09:30 – 12:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 67kg

11:00 – 16:20 Triathlon and Para triathlon

  • Men’s PTVI
  • Women’s PTVI
  • Mixed relay team

14:00 – 16:30 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 59kg

14:30 – 17:30 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Women’s individual all-around

15:00 – 19:30 Cycling track and Para track, Lee Valley VeloPark

  • Women’s tandem B – 1000m time trial
  • Men’s tandem B – sprint
  • Women’s 25km points race
  • Women’s 500m time trial
  • Men’s sprint
  • Men’s 15km scratch race

18:00 – 22:00 Rugby sevens, Coventry Stadium

  • Men’s gold medal match
  • Women’s gold medal match

18:30 – 21:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 73kg

19:00 – 21:45 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Women’s 50m freestyle
  • Men’s 200m butterfly
  • Women’s 200m breaststroke
  • Men’s 100m breaststroke SB8
  • Women’s 100m backstroke S8
  • Women’s 100m backstroke
  • Men’s 100m breaststroke
  • Women’s 4x200m freestyle relay

Day 4 – Monday 1 August 2022 - Caitlin Rooskrantz eyes uneven bar crown; track cycling wraps up

With 28 gold medals on the line today, the beginning of a new week will bring lots of drama.

The highlight of the day is sure to be in Arena Birmingham where five artistic gymnastics apparatus titles are on the line.

At Gold Coast 2018, Rhys McClenaghan won Northern Ireland’s only gold on the pommel horse, and he will be returning to defend his title in 2022. South Africa’s Caitlin Rooskrantz will be one to follow throughout the entire gymnastics' competition, but she will personally be most invested in the uneven bars which is her favourite event. If she takes the title, it will be South Africa’s first female Commonwealth gold in gymnastics.

The track cycling competition concludes today with the women’s keirin and 10km scratch race as well as the men’s 1000m time trial and 40km points race. Team England’s Matt Walls won the men’s points race at Tokyo 2020 in Great Britain colours on his way to becoming Olympic champion in the omnium and so will be the favourite to win again in Birmingham. But he’ll have to watch New Zealand's omnium silver medallist Campbell Stewart who will be out for redemption.

Hockey fans should watch England v India which promises to be a great clash in the men’s tournament while followers of judo will be bracing for the first medal rush with five gold medals ready to be handed out.

MORE: Top things to know about artistic gymnastics at 2022 Commonwealth Games

Day 4 medal events

08:30 – 15:15 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Men’s triples

09:30 – 14:45 Table tennis and Para table tennis

  • Women’s team

09:30 – 12:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 81kg

13:00 – 17:00 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Men’s floor exercise
  • Women’s vault
  • Men’s pommel horse
  • Women’s uneven bars
  • Men’s rings

14:00 – 19:00 Cycling track and Para track, Lee Valley VeloPark

  • Men’s 1000m time trial
  • Women’s 10km scratch race
  • Women’s keirin
  • Men’s 40km points race

14:00 – 16:30 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 64kg

16:30 – 19:45 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Women’s singles

17:00 – 19:45 Judo, Coventry Arena

  • Women’s -48kg
  • Men’s -60kg
  • Women’s -52kg
  • Men’s -66kg
  • Women’s -57kg

18:30 – 21:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 71kg

19:00 – 22:00 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s 100m freestyle
  • Women’s 200m backstroke
  • Women’s 200m individual medley
  • Men’s 50m freestyle S7
  • Women’s 100m breaststroke SB6
  • Men’s 50m backstroke
  • Women’s 50m butterfly
  • Men’s 4x200m freestyle relay

READ: Caitlin Rooskrantz: I have broken the Olympic barrier for South African gymnastics

Day 5 – Tuesday 2 August 2022 – Track and field contest gets underway; Emma McKeon continues swimming sweep

The fifth day of the 2022 Commonwealth Games promises to deliver 37 gold medals including the very first basketball 3x3 gold medals. Australia, New Zealand and Canada are expected to go particularly well in the sport making its debut in Birmingham.

Emma McKeon, who picked up the most Olympic medals by any Australian athlete at a Games, is set to continue her Commonwealth sweep today as she goes in two finals: 100m freestyle and mixed 4x100m medley relay. The 28-year-old has the capacity to become her country’s most successful Commonwealth athlete in Birmingham to add to her list of record-breaking feats.

On favourites, Peaty is back in the pool to finally claim the 50m Commonwealth breaststroke title, which has so far alluded England’s most prolific swimmer and Titmus, who stopped America’s Katie Ledecky in Japan, will be in action in the 800m free.

Track and field action will begin over at Alexander Stadium with Olympic bronze medallist Holly Bradshaw expected to do big things in the women’s pole vault event. Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei will also return to reclaim his 10,000m crown from 2018 and will arrive in hot form having just won the men’s 10,000m title in Oregon.

The women’s hockey tournament is set for two mouth-watering contests as 2018 gold and silver medallists New Zealand and Australia go up against each other in the group stages, while India take on England.

Day 5 medal events

08:30 – 15:00 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Men’s pairs
  • Women’s fours

09:30 – 12:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 76kg

11:00 – 15:00 Badminton, NEC

  • Mixed team event bronze medal match

11:00 – 16:30 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC

  • Men’s team event

13:00 – 17:00 Artistic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Men’s vault
  • Women’s balance beam
  • Men’s parallel bars
  • Women’s floor exercise
  • Men’s horizontal bar

14:00 – 16:30 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 96kg

15:00 – 18:00 Basketball 3x3 and wheelchair basketball 3x3, Smithfield

  • Men’s bronze medal match
  • Women’s bronze medal match
  • Men’s wheelchair bronze medal match
  • Women’s wheelchair bronze medal match

16:15 – 19:00 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Para men’s pairs B6-B8

17:00 – 19:45 Judo, Coventry Arena

  • Women’s -63kg
  • Men’s -73kg
  • Men’s -81kg
  • Women’s -70kg

17:30 – 21:30 Badminton, NEC

  • Mixed team event gold medal match

18:30 – 22:00 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Women’s pole vault
  • Men’s 100m T45-47
  • Men’s 10,000m
  • Women’s discus
  • Women’s 100m T37/38
  • Women’s 100m T33/34

18:30 – 21:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 87kg

19:00 – 21:15 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Women’s 100m freestyle
  • Men’s 100m butterfly
  • Women’s 100m breaststroke
  • Men’s 200m backstroke
  • Women’s 200m butterfly
  • Men’s 100m butterfly S10
  • Women’s 200m individual medley SM10
  • Men’s 50m breaststroke
  • Women’s 800m freestyle
  • Mixed 4x100m medley relay

19:30 – 22:00 Basketball 3x3 and wheelchair basketball, Smithfield

  • Men’s gold medal match
  • Women’s gold medal match
  • Men’s wheelchair gold medal match
  • Women’s wheelchair gold medal match
Dina Asher-Smith recently collected bronze at the world athletics championships in Oregon
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Day 6 – Wednesday 3 August 2022 - Katarina Johnson-Thompson awaits her fate on 100m final day; swimming reaches its grand finale

31 gold medals are available on day six of Birmingham 2022 and one of those, England’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson, will be hoping comes her way. The 29-year-old won the heptathlon in 2018 but has had a rocky ride with injury ever since. Her Commonwealth crown is one she would like to defend and will be bringing out all the stops at Alexander Stadium to do so.

Athletics’ blue riband event will also take place today with the men and women’s 100m races set to go back-to-back. In the men’s field Akani Simbine is back to defend his title, Trinidad & Tobago's Michelle-Lee Ahye won the 2018 edition.

Titmus returns to the pool for the final of day of swimming at Birmingham 2022 in women’s 400m free, which is another race in which she is expected to thrive. Also on the agenda is the men’s 4x100m medley relay which is sure to provide a thrilling curtain closer. Australia’s line-up will be fronted by six-time Olympic medallist Kyle Chalmers while England will have Peaty leading the way.

Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Emily Campbell will be out to add a Commonwealth weightlifting title to her collection in the +87kg event. She will meet familiar foe Feagaiga Stowers of Samoa who denied Campbell on the Gold Coast.

Day 6 medal events

09:30 – 12:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 109kg

11:30 – 16:00 Cycling mountain bike, Cannock Chase

  • Men’s cross country
  • Women’s cross country

14:00 – 16:30 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Women’s 87+kg

15:00 – 20:45 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Para women’s pairs B6-B8

16:00 – 20:30 Squash, University of Birmingham

  • Women’s singles
  • Men’s singles

17:00 – 19:45 Judo, Coventry Arena

  • Men’s -90kg
  • Women’s -78kg
  • Men’s -100kg
  • Women’s +78kg
  • Men’s +100kg

18:30 – 22:00 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Men’s high jump
  • Women’s 10,000m
  • Women’s shot put
  • Men’s discus F42-44/F61-64
  • Mens 100m T37/38
  • Women’s 100m
  • Men’s 100m

18:30 – 21:00 Weightlifting, NEC

  • Men’s 109+kg

19:00 – 22:00 Swimming and Para swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s 200m individual medley
  • Women’s 200m freestyle S14
  • Men’s 200m freestyle S14
  • Women’s 400m freestyle
  • Men’s 50m freestyle
  • Women’s 50m backstroke
  • Men’s 1500m freestyle
  • Women’s 4x100m medley relay
  • Men’s 4x100m medley relay
Pandelela Rinong in action at Tokyo 2020
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Day 7 – Thursday 4 August 2022 – Geraint Thomas ready to shine in time trial; Malaysian diving queen Pandelela Rinong in action

The road cycling time trial races will provide two of the 15 gold medals available on day seven of the Games.

The men’s field for this event is looking particularly stacked with Wales’ Geraint Thomas, fresh from the Tour de France, back to try and improve on his bronze from Glasgow 2014.

With swimming now over diving will take centre stage at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre. England’s Olympic gold medallist Jack Laugher will begin his Commonwealth campaign in the men’s 1m springboard before returning at a later date his specialist events: 3m springboard and 3m synchro.

Also promised for the plunge pool is Malaysian veteran Pandelela Rinong. She won the women’s 10m platform at New Delhi 2010 before waiting eight years to get her next Commonwealth crown in the 10m synchro. Today she will take on the 10m platform and, having just picked up a bronze at the 2022 world championships in Budapest, she will enter in as the favourite.

Over on the track, Jamaican Olympic champion Hansle Parchment will be the man to beat in the men’s 110m hurdles should he have recovered from the hamstring injury that kept him out of worlds. The men’s decathlon is also due to get underway.

Day 7 medal events

10:00 – 16:00 Cycling time trial, West Park

  • Women’s time trial
  • Men’s time trial

15:00 – 17:45 Para powerlifting, NEC

  • Women’s lightweight (up to and including 61kg)
  • Men’s lightweight (up to and including 72kg)

18:00 – 21:00 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s 1m springboard
  • Women’s 10m platform

18:00 – 21:45 Rhythmic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Team medal ceremony

18:30 – 21:45 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Women’s discus F42-44/F61-64
  • Men’s long jump
  • Men’s 100m T11/12
  • Men’s discus
  • Women’s 1500m T53/54
  • Men’s 110m hurdles

19:30 – 22:15 Para powerlifting, NEC

  • Women’s heavyweight (over 61kg)
  • Men’s heavyweight (over 72kg)

Day 8 – Friday 5 August 2022 - Tomas Walsh favourite for a treble; Olympic champ Matty Lee takes the plunge

17 medals are up for the taking as the Games begins to head into the final the stretch on day eight

In athletics, New Zealand’s Tomas Walsh will bid for his third Commonwealth title in the men’s shot put final. The 30-year-old just fell just short of the podium in Oregon and will no doubt looking to get back to winning ways.

Also going for a triple crown in Birmingham will be two-time triple jump Commonwealth champion Kimberly Williams. The Jamaican is back for title number three, and with a bronze earlier this year at the World Indoor Championships in Belgrade, the 33-year-old remains a tangible threat.

He was a hero for Team GB in Tokyo when he and Tom Daley took gold in the men’s 10m synchronised event now England will be hoping Matty Lee can recover the same kind of magic with new partner Noah Williams in the men’s 10m synchro event. Also on the program will be the 3m synchro and the women’s 1m platform.

Elsewhere, women’s hockey competition will heat up as it enters its semi-final today while rhythmic gymnastics will hand out the individual all-around crown.

Day 8 medal events

08:30 – 15:15 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Para mixed pairs B2-B3

10:00 – 12:30 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s synchronised 3m springboard

13:30 – 17:30 Rhythmic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Individual all-around

16:30 – 19:45 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Women’s triples

17:00 – 19:30 Wrestling, Coventry Arena

  • Women’s freestyle 57kg
  • Men’s freestyle 65kg
  • Women’s freestyle 62kg
  • Men’s freestyle 86kg
  • Women’s freestyle 68kg
  • Men’s freestyle 125kg

18:00 – 20:30 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Women’s 1m springboard
  • Men’s synchronised 10m platform

18:30 – 22:00 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Men’s shot put
  • Men’s 1500m T53/54
  • Women’s triple jump
  • Women’s 3000m steeplechase
Shericka Jackson celebrates after winning the 200m at the world champs in Oregon
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Day 9 – Saturday 6 August 2022 - Newly minted world champs Shericka Jackson, Jake Wightman and Eleanor Patterson ready to rock

Two track and field sessions today mean the bulk of the day’s 33 medals will come from Alexander Stadium.

The women’s 200m are wide open, after Asher-Smith pulled out of Birmingham 2022.

The women’s 800m final is set to be a thriller with England’s Keely Hodgkinson up against Scottish duo Laura Muir and Jemma Reekie. These three often push each other in British jerseys but will now be split and supporting different colours.

Elsewhere two newly crowned world champions are hoping to add Commonwealth gold to their CV. Scotland’s Jake Wightman, who beat the Olympic champion to secure his world title, is set to appear in the men’s 1500m while Australia's Eleanor Patterson will be the woman to stop in the high jump.

Rinong returns to the diving competition for the women’s 10m synchro, an event which she is a defending champions. Laugher will compete in his third and final event in Birmingham – the men’s 3m springboard – for which he is also the 2018 champion.

Day 9 medal events

08:30 – 15:15 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Women’s pairs
  • Men’s fours

10:00 – 13:15 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Women’s high jump
  • Women’s shot put F55-57
  • Women’s 10km race walk
  • Men’s hammer
  • Men’s 1500m

10:00 – 12:30 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Women’s synchronised 3m springboard

10:00 – 13:00 Rhythmic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham

  • Hoop final
  • Ball final
  • Clubs final
  • Ribbon final

16:00 – 22:00 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC

  • Women’s singles classes 6-10
  • Men’s singles classes 3-5
  • Women’s singles classes 3-5

16:30 – 19:45 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park

  • Men’s singles

17:00 – 19:30 Wrestling, Coventry Arena

  • Men’s freestyle 57kg
  • Women’s freestyle 50kg
  • Men’s freestyle 74kg
  • Women’s freestyle 53kg
  • Men’s freestyle 97kg
  • Women’s freestyle 76kg

18:00 – 20:45 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Men’s 3m springboard
  • Women’s synchronised 10m platform

18:30 – 21:45 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Women’s hammer
  • Men’s pole vault
  • Women’s 400m hurdles
  • Women’s 800m
  • Men’s 5000m
  • Men’s 400m hurdles
  • Women’s 200m
  • Men’s 200m
Tobi Amusan broke the world record on her way to the women's 100m title in Oregon
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Day 10 – Sunday 7 August 2022 – Tobi Amusan defends 100m hurdles crown; women’s hockey final awaits

A whopping 46 medals are available on what is sure to be called ‘super Sunday’ at Birmingham 2022.

Several team competitions reach their grand finale including beach volleyball, cricket, netball, squash and women’s hockey. 16 golds belong to the boxing contest which will host all of its title-deciding bouts today.

Delicious Ore will lead Team England’s super-heavyweight division. Bronze medallist from Tokyo 2020 Aidan Walsh will be out in force for Northern Ireland and is a strong contender in the men’s welterweight class.

Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Elinor Barker will complete her comeback from pregnancy in the women’s road race slated for today. The Welsh cycling star, who revealed she was pregnant when she lifted Team GB to their medal in Tokyo, gave birth just five months ago.

Like Saturday, Sunday will see two athletics sessions where medals are on the line and there is plenty of intrigue across both the morning and evening contests.

Recent world champion and world record setter Tobi Amusan of Nigeria will defend her Commonwealth title in the women’s 100m hurdles. The 25-year-old conquered the Olympic champion in Oregon and will no doubt continue her victory lap around Birmingham.

Another who encountered medal success in Oregon, England’s Matthew Hudson-Smith, will challenge in the men’s 400m. He faces stiff competition in Bahamas’ Steven Gardiner should the Olympic gold medallist have recovered from the injury that side-lined him from worlds.

The women’s 1500m is sure to be a race to watch as Scotland’s Laura Muir continues to challenge world and Olympic champion Kenya’s Faith Kipyegon. As too will be the men and women’s 4x400m relays which never disappoint when it comes to delivering the drama.

Day 10 medal events

08:00 – 17:00 Cycling road race, Warwick

  • Women’s road race
  • Men’s road race

09:00 – 14:00 Hockey, University of Birmingham

  • Women’s bronze medal match

09:30 – 14:45 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC

  • Men’s singles classes 8-10
  • Women’s singles
  • Men’s doubles

10:00 – 13:15 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Men’s triple jump
  • Men’s 400m
  • Women’s 400m
  • Men’s 10km race walk
  • Women’s javelin
  • Women’s 4x100m relay
  • Men’s 4x100m relay

10:00 – 13:30 Cricket T20, Edgbaston

  • Women’s bronze medal match

10:30 – 13:00 Boxing, NEC

  • Women’s over 45kg – 48kg (minimum)
  • Men’s over 48kg – 51kg (fly)
  • Women’s over 66kg – 70kg (light middle)
  • Men’s over 71kg – 75kg (middle)
  • Men’s over 75kg – 80kg (light heavy)

13:30 – 15:30 Netball, NEC

  • Women’s bronze medal match

14:30 – 17:30 Boxing, NEC

  • Women’s over 48kg – 50kg (light fly)
  • Men’s over 51kg – 54kg (bantam)
  • Men’s over 60kg – 63.5kg (light welter)
  • Women’s over 57kg – 60kg (light)
  • Men’s over 86kg – 92kg (heavy)

15:00 – 20:00 Hockey, University of Birmingham

  • Women’s gold medal match

15:00 – 17:30 Beach volleyball, Smithfield

  • Men’s bronze and gold medal matches

16:00 – 21:00 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC

  • Mixed doubles

17:00 – 22:30 Badminton, NEC

  • Men’s singles bronze medal match
  • Women’s singles bronze medal match
  • Men’s doubles bronze medal match
  • Women’s doubles bronze medal match
  • Mixed doubles bronze medal match

17:00 – 20:30 Cricket T20

  • Women’s gold medal match

17:30 – 20:30 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Mens 10m platform
  • Women’s 3m springboard

18:00 – 20:15 Squash, University of Birmingham

  • Mixed doubles

18:30 – 21:30 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium

  • Women’s long jump
  • Women’s 1500m
  • Men’s javelin
  • Men’s 800m
  • Women’s 5000m
  • Women’s 4x400m relay
  • Men’s 4x400m relay

19:00 – 21:30 Boxing, NEC

  • Men’s over 54kg – 57kg (feather)
  • Women’s over 54kg – 57kg (feather)
  • Men’s over 63.5kg - 67kg (welter)
  • Women’s over 70kg – 75kg (middle)
  • Men’s over 92kg (super heavy)

20:00 – 22:30 Beach volleyball, Smithfield

  • Women’s bronze and gold medal matches

20:30 – 22:30 Netball, NEC Arena

  • Women’s gold medal match
Australia's men were victorious in the hockey contest on the Gold Coast four years ago
Picture by 2018 Getty Images

Day 11 – Monday 8 August 2022 – Badminton medal rush seals final day of action

The final 12 gold medals of the Commonwealth Games will be handed out on Monday.

The day’s action will begin in badminton where winners will be crowned in the singles, doubles and mixed doubles contest. Much of India will likely be following this contest closely. Two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu is expected to perform strongly in the women’s singles competition as too is former world number one Kidambi Srikanth in the men’s event.

Team India will also be hoping they occupy one of the berths in the men’s hockey final. Last time on the Gold Coast they failed to feature in the final three with Australia taking the gold ahead of New Zealand and England finishing second and third respectively. Could the final three look a little different?

Table tennis will crown its final set of winners as the women’s doubles and men’s singles competitions come to a close, and the diving will conclude with the mixed synchronised events which are making their Commonwealth debut in Birmingham.

With hockey set to wrap up all the sporting action the Games will then officially end with the closing ceremony beginning at 20:30. Athletes will reunite once more at Alexander Stadium and the hosting honours will be handed over to Australia for the 2026 edition of the Games.

READ: India at Commonwealth Games 2022: Athletes and teams who have made the Birmingham cut

Day 11 medal events

08:00 – 14:15 Badminton, NEC

  • Men’s singles
  • Women’s singles
  • Men’s doubles
  • Women’s doubles
  • Mixed doubles

09:00 – 11:30 Hockey, University of Birmingham

  • Men’s bronze medal match

09:30 – 13:15 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC

  • Women’s doubles
  • Men’s singles

10:00 – 12:00 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

  • Mixed synchronised 3m springboard
  • Mixed synchronised 10m platform

10:00 – 14:30 Squash, University of Birmingham

  • Women’s doubles
  • Men’s doubles

12:30 – 15:00 Hockey, University of Birmingham

  • Men’s gold medal match

20:00 – 22:00 Closing ceremony, Alexander Stadium

How to watch 2022 Commonwealth Games

UK: BBC TV, Radio, iPlayer

Canada: CBC Sports, CBC Sports app

Australia: Channel 7, 7Plus

New Zealand: Sky, TVNZ

India: Sony LIV

Further streaming details to be released on the Commonwealth Games website.


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