2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games

BIRMINGHAM: The 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games Organising Committee on Tuesday announced that the debuting women’s T20 competition will be held over 10 days between July 29 and August 7, and that all the matches will be played at Edgbaston.

While the group stage matches in the eight-team competition will take place until August 4, the semi-finals will be played on August 6. The final and the playoff for the bronze medal will take place on August 7.

Oct 19, 2020 12:10
BIRMINGHAM: The daily schedule for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been released. The Games will be held from 28 July, running through to 8 August 2022.
Feb 25, 2020 13:02
LONDON: The Commonwealth Games Federation has approved a plan for a Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships to be held in Chandigarh in January 2022. It comes after neither sport was approved as an optional addition to the programme of the next Commonwealth Games, which is scheduled to take place from 27 July to 7 August 2022 in Birmingham, Great Britain.
Jan 07, 2020 19:01
NEW DELHI: The Indian Olympic Association on Monday received full support from World Archery on its proposal to host a Commonwealth championships for the sport in March 2022, which, alongside shooting, is not on the roster of disciplines in play at the 2022 Birmingham Games.
Jan 04, 2020 10:01
NEW DELHI: The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has withdrawn its (always dead in the water?) threat to boycott the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham over shooting's exclusion. It also announced that the country will bid to host either the 2026 or the 2030 edition of the event.
Dec 10, 2019 17:12
LONDON: The Commonwealth Games Federation on Monday poured cold water on speculation doing the rounds that a Commonwealth Championship of shooting will be held in India during the 2022 Birmingham Games.   Talk of a CWG shooting championship had surfaced as a compromise solution to make up for the sport's axing from the multi-sport showpiece.
Nov 15, 2019 18:11
NEW DELHI: Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra on Thursday said that the IOA's threat to withdraw from the 2022 Commonwealth Games in protest against the exclusion of shooting still stands... though there are enough indications that the extreme step remains an outside possibility. 
Nov 14, 2019 15:11
NEW DELHI: Shooting WILL NOT be added to the roster of the 2022 Birmingham Games despite Indian Olympic Association's boycott threat, a Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) official told PTI Thursday, ahead of a crucial meeting between the two sports bodies. CGF chief Louise Martin and CEO David Gevemberg will meet IOA chief Narinder Batra and secretary general Rajeev Mehta on Friday.