2022 Commonwealth Games

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August 15, 2022

The XXII Commonwealth Games were held in Birmingham (England, United Kingdom), from July 28 to August 8, 2022. They were the third edition to be held on English soil, after the 1934 Commonwealth Games in London. , and those of 2002 in the city of Manchester. A Commonwealth Archery and Sport Shooting Championship will be held in Chandigarh, India, in January 2022 and the medals up for grabs will be added to the Birmingham medal table.

Venues and sports facilities

Birmingham

Alexander Stadium – Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Athletics Arena Birmingham – Gymnastics Edgbaston Cricket Ground – Cricket Smithfield (temporary stadium) – 3x3 Basketball, 3x3 Wheelchair Basketball, Beach Volleyball Sutton Park – Triathlon University of Birmingham – Hockey, Squash Victoria Square – Marathon

West Midlands Region

Cannock Chase District: Cannock Chase – Cycling (Mountain, Road, Time Trial) Coventry: Coventry Arena – Rugby Sevens, Judo, Wrestling Leamington Spa: Victoria Park – Bowls Sandwell: Sandwell Aquatics Center – Water Sports Solihull: National Exhibition Center Room 1 – Weightlifting, Powerlifting (Paralympic) Room 3 – Table tennis, Table tennis (paralympic) Room 4 – Boxing Room 5 – Badminton Solihull: NEC Arena – Netball Warwick: St. Nicholas' Park – Cycling (Race) Wolverhampton: West Park – Cycling (Time Trial)

Greater London

London: Lee Valley VeloPark – Track Cycling

Participating Nations

72 nations will participate in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Maldives returns after 4 years of absence since the last edition.

Sports

Development

Calendar

In the following calendar of events each blue box represents the days in which there was competition, the yellow boxes represent the days during which the final events of a sport will take place and the medals will be awarded. The number in each box represents the number of finals that will be played on that day. The events will begin on July 29, one day after the opening ceremony, and will culminate on August 8 with the closing ceremony.

Transmission rights

See also

Portal: Olympic Games. Content related to Olympic Games. Sport in the UK Commonwealth of Nations

References

External Links

Wikimedia Commons hosts a media category for 2022 Commonwealth Games.