Commonwealth Games 2022: Schedule, athletes, how to watch day four - Monday 1 August

Discover the full schedule for day four of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games on Monday 1 August 2022.

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28 gold medal events will take place on day four of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

It's set to be a thriller at Arena Birmingham where five artistic gymnastics apparatus titles are on the line. South Africa's Caitlin Rooskrantz will take on defending champion Georgia-Mae Fenton of Team England in the uneven bars final. Cypriot Mario Georgiou will be looking to go back-to-back in the parallel bars as will Northern Ireland's Rhys McClenghan in the men's pommel horse.

After being denied gold by Nicholas Thomas of Trinidad and Tobago in the men's keirin, Scotland's Jack Carlin will continue his quest for a Commonwealth title in the men's sprint on the last day of track cycling. Also on the cards will be the women's keirin, women's 10km scratch race, men's time 1000m trial and men's 40km points race.

In the swimming pool Scotland's Duncan Scott will be defending his title in the men's 100m freestyle. He faces a strong field including Olympic silver medallist Kyle Chalmers (who set the Commonwealth Games record last night), Team GB team-mate Tom Dean and Canada's Joshua Liendo Edwards.

Hot from becoming the most successful Commonwealth Games athlete with her 11th gold yesterday evening Emma McKeon will try and carve out more history for herself in the women's 50m butterfly. Standing in her way will be is Canada's Maggie Mac Neil who struck gold in 100m butterfly, also last night. Their meeting promises to be a blockbuster race.

Canada will also have a strong contender in the women's 200m individual medley. 15-year-old double world champion and all-around wonder kid Summer McIntosh will be the swimmer to stop in the event.

Hockey fans will have an eye on the men’s tournament where two big group matches are scheduled to take place. India will take on hosts England then, five hours laters, antipodean rivals Australia and New Zealand will do battle.

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

How to watch the Birmingham 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 can be found on the Commonwealth Games website here.

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