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Live Birmingham 2022 results in full and how many medals UK countries have won

The 2022 Commonwealth Games is in full swing, with Birmingham seeking to deliver a sporting extravaganza befitting the spectacular opening ceremony which kicked things off.

Over 5,000 athletes from 72 nations are competing in 19 different sports as England hosts the event for the third time in its history.

And the host nation got off to a stellar start, with Alex Yee claiming the first gold medal of Birmingham 2022 in the men’s triathlon on the opening day of competition – here’s the latest medal ranking from the Games.

Commonwealth Games 2022 medal table

Below is a live medals table following the latest results at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, ranked by the number of golds:

There is a total of 1,875 medals to be won in 280 events across the 19 different sports at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

New events for Birmingham include women’s T20 cricket, three-a-side basketball and mixed synchronized swimming:

  • aquatics
  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • beach volleyball
  • Boxing
  • T20 cricket
  • Cycling
  • gymnastics
  • Hockey
  • Judo
  • lawn bowls
  • netball
  • rugby sevens
  • Squash
  • table tennis
  • Triathlon
  • weightlifting
  • wrestling

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Commonwealth Games 2022 schedule in full

Here are the key events to watch out for from the rest of Birmingham 2022:

  • Monday 1 August: The first lawn bowls final, men’s triples, could feature “Wonder Bowler” Nick Brett, while judo makes its return to Commonwealth Games action. Dame Laura will get her third shot at a medal in the scratch race, while there are several high-profile races in the pool.
  • Tuesday 2 August: The athletics program starts today, while we see the last gymnastics finals and penultimate night of swimming.
  • Wednesday 3 August: All eyes will be on the track for men’s and women’s 100m finals, with Dina Asher-Smith lined up for a potential rematch with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce. We’ll also see the mountain bike and squash finals.
  • Thursday 4 August: Para-powerlifters lift three times their body weight and the one-day competition will feature Paralympic medalists Micky Yule, Olivia Broome and Zoe Newson – we’ll also get to see Geraint Thomas in the cycling time trial.
  • friday 5 august: We’re into the business end of the Games with hockey and table tennis semi-finals, netball classification matches and beach volleyball quarter-finals, while the wrestling competition begins.
  • Saturday 6 August: A massive middle-distance day at the Alexander Stadium as newly-crowned world champion Jake Wightman takes on all comers in the morning 1500m and Keely Hodgkinson tops the bill in the evening’s 800m.
  • Sunday 7 August: The netball, cricket and hockey medals will all be decided within a matter of hours promise an unforgettable day of team sport. That’s before you even mention cycling’s road race, a bumper day of boxing finals and Laura Muir in the 1500m.
  • Monday 8 August: The men’s hockey final will be the final event at the Games with badminton, diving, table tennis and squash scores all still to be settled before the curtain comes down with the Closing Ceremony.

How to watch the 2022 Commonwealth Games

TV: The BBC will be showing over 200 hours of live coverage on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Three, with additional coverage on the red button

Livestream: There will be up to 11 livestreams to watch online on BBC iPlayer or the BBC Sport website

highlights: A highlights show Tonight at the Games will be shown on BBC One each night, ranging from 10pm to 10.40pm start times

How long is the 2022 Commonwealth Games?

The 2022 Commonwealth Games kicked off in Birmingham on Thursday 28 July with a spectacular opening ceremony, and the sporting action got underway the following day.

Packed with references to the host city’s culture and history, the ceremony at the Alexander Stadium featured a giant raging bull, a Union Jack made from 72 cars and a powerful speech from the activist Malala Yousafzai.

Events are running across 11 days in total until Monday 8 August, when the closing ceremony will bring the Commonwealth Games to a conclusion and pass the baton to the 2026 hosts, Victoria in Australia.

Just like the opening ceremony, you’ll be able to watch the action unfold live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, with the live broadcast lasting from 8.00pm until 10.00pm.

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