The Commonwealth Games in Birmingham kicked off on Thursday, July 28 with the opening ceremony – and you can scroll down for a full day-to-day schedule for the event; all times are BST and subject to change.
But first, let’s run through the Games’ 10 must-watch events.
Important Commonwealth Events You Just Must See
Gymnastics: ladies individual all-round, Sunday 31 July
In the absence of three-time Olympic champion Max Whitlock, Claudia Fragapane will headline the Birmingham gymnastics host nation. Fragapane won four Commonwealth gold medals in 2014, starred in Strictly Come Dancing and missed the 2018 Games through injury.
Swimming: men’s 100m breaststroke final, Sunday 31 July
Three-time Olympic champion Adam Peaty was unable to defend his 50m and 100m breaststroke world titles last month after breaking his foot in May. Barely competing this year, he admitted he has no idea how he will fare in Birmingham, but more gold medals shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Para-athletics: T33/34 100m final ladies, Tuesday 2 August
Birmingham 2022 features para events in a range of sports, allowing Hannah Cockroft to win the only medal missing from her collection. The wheelchair racer has won seven Paralympic and 11 world titles, as well as multiple European gold medals, but this should be her first Commonwealth triumph.
Lawn Bowls: Men’s Singles Final, Saturday, August 6
In his everyday life, Nick Brett is a humble civil servant. But in his sporting life, Brett is known – somewhat bizarrely – as the Brad Pitt of lawn bowls. At the 2020 World Indoor Championships, he threw perhaps the most famous bowl of all time with an insane shot so good it went viral worldwide.