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Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 2 Live Updates & Full Schedule: Events, Fixtures, Dates, Timings in IST

The Commonwealth Games 2022 will take place in Birmingham between July 28 and August 8. The opening ceremony is scheduled on July 28, while the closing ceremony will happen on August 8. (DAY 3 SCHEDULE)

JULY 30- Day 2

Live Updates

CWG 2022 Day 2 Updates: What a Day as India Get 4 Medals
So good day for India comes to an end as weightlifters clinched four medals with Indian women’s hockey and mixed badminton teams getting victories. Saurav Ghosal, Joshna Chinappa in squah and Lovlina Borgohain in Boxing got convincing wins as the Indian women’s table tennis team crashed out.

CWG 2022 Weightlifting Day 2 Updates: Bindyarani Devi Confirms 4th Medal
Bindyarani Devi confirms India’s fourth medal of these Commonwealth Games as she lifts 110kgs in clean and jerk.

CWG 2022 Weightlifting Day 2 Updates: Gold Medal For Mirabai Chanu And India!
Mirabai Chanu fails to lift the 115kg in the clean and jerk round but it doesn’t matter as she already won the gold medal for India with the 113kg lift in the second round. She scripts CWG record with a total aggregate of 201.

CWG 2022 : Gururaja Poojary hands India second medal in Birmingham

Overjoyed by the accomplishment of P. Gururaja! Congratulations to him for winning the Bronze at the Commonwealth Games. He demonstrated great resilience and determination. I wish him many more milestones in his sporting journey.

CWG 2022 Weightlifting- 61 Kg : Gururaja Poojary ensures a medal for India
Gururaja Poojary demonstrated some fantastic lifting skills under pressure to ensure that India will earn a medal in the 61 Kg weightlifting event. Just the colour of the metal remains to be seen.
Live Score CWG 2022, Day 2: Lakshya Sen wins his match 21-18, 21-5
There you have it — easy for Lakshya Sen as he wins his match 21-18, 21-5 against Sri Lanka’s Niluka Karunaratne. India lead 2-0.

All timings follow the Indian Standard Time (IST)

Aquatics – Swimming and Para Swimming, Sandwell Aquatics Centre

(15:00 – 17:00)

  • Men’s 200m Freestyle Heats
  • Women’s 50m Freestyle Heats
  • Men’s 50m Freestyle S13 Heat
  • Women’s 50m Freestyle S13 Heat
  • Men’s 100m Breaststroke Heats
  • Women’s 100m Backstroke Heats
  • Men’s 400m Individual Medley Heats
  • Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay Heats
  • Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay Heats
  • Men’s 200m Breaststroke Heats
  • Mixed 4x100m Freestyle Relay Heats

(23:30 – 2:30)

  • Women’s 50m Breaststroke Final
  • Men’s 200m Freestyle Final
  • Women’s 50m Freestyle Semi-Finals
  • Men’s 50m Freestyle S13 Final
  • Women’s 50m Freestyle S13 Final
  • Men’s 100m Breaststroke Semi-Finals
  • Women’s 100m Backstroke Semi-Finals
  • Men’s 400m Individual Medley Final
  • Women’s 100m Butterfly Final
  • Men’s 100m Backstroke Final
  • Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final
  • Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final

Athletics – Marathon, Smithfield

(11:30 – 18:00)

  • Men’s Marathon T53/54 Final
  • Women’s Marathon T53/54 Final
  • Men’s Marathon Final
  • Women’s Marathon Final

Badminton, The NEC Hall 5

(13:30 – 17:00) 

  • Mixed Team Event Qualifying Round 2
  • Australia v Pakistan
  • Canada v Maldives
  • India v Sri Lanka
  • Scotland v Uganda

(18:30 – 22:00)

  • Mixed Team Event Qualifying Round 3
  • England v Singapore
  • Malaysia v South Africa
  • Jamaica v Zambia
  • Mauritius v Barbados

(23:30 – 3:00)

  • Mixed Team Event Qualifying Round 3
  • Canada v Scotland
  • India v Australia
  • Sri Lanka v Pakistan
  • Maldives v Uganda

Basketball 3×3 and Wheelchair Basketball 3×3, Smithfield

(20:00 – 22:30)

  • Men’s Basketball 3×3 – Group B
  • Women’s Basketball 3×3 – Group B
  • Men’s Wheelchair Basketball 3×3 – Group A
  • Women’s Wheelchair Basketball 3×3 – Group A

(0:00 – 2:30)

  • Men’s Basketball 3×3 – Group B
  • Women’s Basketball 3×3 – Group B
  • Men’s Wheelchair Basketball 3×3 – Group B
  • Women’s Wheelchair Basketball 3×3 – Group B

Beach Volleyball, Smithfield

(19:00 – 22:00)

  • Men’s Group Match – England v Tuvalu
  • Men’s Group Match – Rwanda v South Africa
  • Women’s Group Match – Canada v Ghana

(23:30 – 2:30)

  • Women’s Group Match – New Zealand v Kenya
  • Men’s Group Match – New Zealand v Cyprus
  • Men’s Group Match – Australia v Maldives

Boxing, The NEC Hall 4

(16:30 – 19:30)

  • Men’s & Women’s Preliminary Rounds of 16 & 32

(23:00 – 1:30)

  • Men’s & Women’s Preliminary Round of 16

Cricket T20, Edgbaston Stadium

(15:30 – 19:00)

  • Women’s Group B Match: New Zealand v South Africa

(22:30 – 2:00)

  • Women’s Group B Match: England v Sri Lanka

Cycling – Track and Para Track, Lee Valley VeloPark

(14:30 – 18:45)

  • Women’s Sprint Qualification
  • Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit Qualification
  • Womens Sprint 1/8 Finals
  • Womens Sprint Quarter-Finals
  • Men’s 4000m Individual Pursuit Qualification

(20:30 – 23:30)

  • Men’s Keirin Round 1
  • Womens Sprint Semi-Finals
  • Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit Finals
  • Men’s Keirin Round 1 Repechage
  • Men’s 4000m Individual Pursuit Finals
  • Men’s Keirin Round 2
  • Women’s Sprint Finals
  • Men’s Keirin Finals (7-12 & 1-6)

Gymnastics – Artistic, Arena Birmingham

(13:30 – 18:30)

  • Women’s Team Final & Individual Qualification – Subdivision 1
  • Women’s Team Final & Individual Qualification – Subdivision 2

(21:00 – 2:30)

  • Women’s Team Final & Individual Qualification – Subdivision 3
  • Women’s Team Final & Individual Qualification – Subdivision 4

Hockey, University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre

(13:30 – 17:00)

  • Men’s Group Match
  • South Africa v Pakistan
  • Canada v Wales

(18:30 – 22:00)

  • Women’s Group Match
  • Australia v Kenya
  • England v Ghana

(23:30 – 3:00)

  • Women’s Group Match
  • India v Wales
  • New Zealand v Scotland

Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls, Victoria Park

(13:00 – 18:15) 

  • Men’s Triples Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Women’s Singles Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Men’s Triples Sectional Play – Round 4
  • Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Women’s Singles Sectional Play – Round 4

(19:30 – 0:45)

  • Women’s Fours Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 Sectional Play – Round 4
  • Men’s Pairs Sectional Play – Round 3
  • Women’s Fours Sectional Play – Round 4
  • Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 Sectional Play – Round 4
  • Men’s Pairs Sectional Play – Round 4

Netball, The NEC Arena

(16:30 – 20:00)

  • Australia v Scotland
  • England v Malawi

(22:30 – 2:00)

  • Jamaica v South Africa
  • New Zealand v Uganda

Rugby Sevens, Coventry Stadium

(13:30 – 18:00)

  • Women’s Group Match
  • Men’s Group Match

(22:00 – 3:00)

  • Women’s 5-8 Semi-final 1
  • Women’s 5-8 Semi-final 2
  • Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 1
  • Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 2
  • Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 3
  • Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 4
  • Women’s Semi-final 1
  • Women’s Semi-final 2
  • Men’s Quarter-final 1
  • Men’s Quarter-final 2
  • Men’s Quarter-final 3
  • Men’s Quarter-final 4

Squash, University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre

(16:30 – 19:00)

  • Women’s Singles Preliminary Round of 32
  • Men’s Singles Preliminary Round of 32

(22:30 – 1:00)

  • Women’s Singles Preliminary Round of 32
  • Men’s Singles Preliminary Round of 32

Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis, The NEC Hall 3

(14:00 – 19:00)

  • Women’s Team Event Qualifying Round 3
  • Men’s Team Event Qualifying Round 3

(20:30 – 1:30)

  • Women’s Team Event Quarter-Finals

Weightlifting, The NEC Hall 1

(13:30 – 18:15)

  • Men’s 55kg Final
  • Men’s 61kg Final

(20:00 – 22:15)

  • Women’s 49kg

(0:30 – 2:45)

  • Women’s 55kg

(Timings are subject to change)

FAQ’s CWG2022

Where will Commonwealth Games 2022 be held?

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Who will host 2022 Commonwealth Games?

The 2022 Commonwealth Games are being held in Birmingham, England. Birmingham is a metropolitan borough in the West Midlands region and is the second-largest city in the United Kingdom. Birmingham were awarded the host city rights in 2017.

Where is the Commonwealth Games 2022 Opening Ceremony?

The venue of the CWG 2022 opening ceremony will be the Alexander Stadium, the main athletics venue for the Games. The aim of the opening ceremony is to keep Birmingham’s artistic heritage at the centre of the show, according to director Iqbal Khan.

Which Channel Telecast Commonwealth Games 2022?

Sony Pictures Network (SPN) has acquired the broadcast rights for CWG 2022 in India.

What time is the Commonwealth opening ceremony?

Coverage of the Commonwealth Games 2022 opening ceremony begins at 7pm on Thursday 28 July on BBC One, and runs until 10.30pm.

How many sports are in the Commonwealth Games 2022?

At the 2022 Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, Team England will compete against the 72 nations and territories of the Commonwealth across 19 different sports.

Is men’s cricket in the Commonwealth Games?

Yes! Cricket is making its return to the Commonwealth Games for the first time since 1998. Back then, men’s one-day cricket featured in the Games staged in Kuala Lumpur. This is the first time women’s cricket has been part of the Games, with the T20 format to feature.6 hours ago

How many Commonwealth countries are there?

The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 independent countries, almost all of which were formerly under British rule. The origins of the Commonwealth come from Britain’s former Empire.

How long is the Commonwealth Games 2022?

286 different sessions of sport will take place across 11 days. There are plenty of tickets left for Rugby 7s on Friday 29 July and Saturday 30 July at Coventry Stadium, and the women’s cricket T20 at Edgbaston Stadium. It’s the first time that women’s cricket has been included in the Commonwealth Games.

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