Commonwealth Games 2022: Schedule, athletes, how to watch day 10 - 7 August

Check out the full schedule for day 10 of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games on Sunday 7 August 2022.

By Olympics.com
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A whopping 46 medals are up for grabs on what is being dubbed ‘super Sunday’ at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

The netball, cricket and women's hockey winners all be decided on the penultimate day of action, in addition to the beach volleyball and squash gold medal matches.

In boxing there will be 16 golds medals won and lost across the weight categories.

Team England's Delicious Ore will challenge for the super-heavyweight title, while Olympic bronze medallist from Tokyo 2020 Aidan Walsh will be representing Northern Ireland in the men’s welterweight class.

Tokyo 2020 silver medal-winning cyclist Elinor Barker will complete her comeback from pregnancy in the women’s road race. 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.

There will be two athletics sessions at Alexander Stadium where medals are on the line.

Freshly-crowned 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 sees the latest instalment of Scotland’s Laura Muir against world and Olympic champion Faith Kipyegon of Kenya.

Rounding things off will be the men and women’s 4x400m relays which never disappoint when it comes to delivering drama.

Commonwealth Games 2022 - 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
Delicious Orie is boxing for England in the super heavyweight division at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Picture by 2022 Getty Images

How to watch 2022 Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games will be broadcast live in many parts of the world.

UK: BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and BBC website.

Canada: CBC Sports, CBC Sports app

Australia: Channel 7, 7Plus

New Zealand: Sky, TVNZ

India: Sony LIV

Singapore: Mediacorp's free-to-air Channel 5, meWATCH, and YouTube.

Malaysia: RTM

Further TV broadcast and digital live streaming details can be found on the Commonwealth Games website here.

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