After 11 days of intense sporting action, the Commonwealth Games 2022 is heading towards its conclusion.
After 11 days of intense sporting action, the Commonwealth Games 2022 is heading towards its conclusion. The games witnessed the participation of over 5000 athletes in 280 events across 20 sports disciplines. Australia extended its dominance by collecting 174 medals (64 Gold, 55 Silver, and 53 Bronze), followed by England (166). The closing ceremony of the mega event will be conducted at 8:00 pm Local time at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium.
The live coverage of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be available on different networks across the world. In the Indian subcontinent, it will be telecast LIVE from Birmingham on Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3, Sony SIX, and Sony TEN 4. The live streaming will be available on the Sony LIV app or website. Elsewhere, BBC will telecast LIVE in the United Kingdom, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Canada, Seven Network in Australia, Sky NZ in New Zealand, Mediacorp in Singapore, S4C in Wales, and ESPN in the USA.
The closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be held at 12:30 am IST in Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium.
Apache Indian, Beverley Knight, Jacob Banks, Dexys Midnight Runners, Jorja Smith, Laura Mvula, Mahalia, Musical Youth, Neelam Gill are a few of the eminent persons who will be performing at the Commonwealth Games 2022 closing ceremony.
India has amassed a total of 55 medals, consisting of 18 gold, 15 silver, and 22 bronze in Birmingham 2022. The country stands at the fifth position, with a few more results to come from Badminton, Table tennis, and Hockey. In the absence of Shooting, Wrestling(12) and Weightlifting(10) carried billions of hopes as India emerged the best in both disciplines. While the biggest surprise in this edition has been Athletics (8). The country gathered historic gold in the triple jump, silver in men’s 3000m steeplechase and long jump, and bronze in the high jump. India also earned its first-ever medal in Lawl Bowls as the Women’s Fours team bagged the gold.
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