What’s on at the Commonwealth Games today? Schedule – Sunday 7th August
Your complete guide to what's on at the Commonwealth Games today, including a full schedule of events and exclusive analysis from some of the biggest names in sport.
The Commonwealth Games are almost at an end, with today seeing the last full schedule of events before tomorrow's closing ceremony.
But it looks set to be an especially action-packed day, with an amazing 45 Gold Medals up for grabs including the Women's 1500m final – which will see Scotland's Laura Muir aim to add to the bronze medal she won in yesterday's 800m and the silver she achieved at this event at last year's Tokyo Olympics.
There are also 16 Gold medals available in boxing events, with several British names still very much in the running: Demie-Jade Resztan and Kiaran Macdonald of England, Wales' Rosie Eccles and Taylor Bevan, and Scots Sam Hickey and Sean Lazzerini are among those in the hunt for medals.
This year's Commonwealth Games are taking place in Birmingham and will run for 11 days in total, culminating with the closing ceremony on Sunday evening. There's plenty to come over the course of the weekend with extensive BBC TV coverage across a range of platforms.
There's a grand total of 19 sports on display, more than any other edition of the Commonwealth Games, with multiple disciplines within each of them. Shooting has been dropped from the slate, but judo and cricket have been added to the schedule.
RadioTimes.com brings you the schedule for today's action at the Commonwealth Games 2022, including TV coverage details and times.
Commonwealth Games schedule today
All UK time.
Day 10 – Sunday 7th August
BBC One: 9am – 1pm, 1:15pm – 5pm, 5:30pm – 10pm
BBC Two: 7:45am – 9am, 5pm – 5:30pm
BBC Three: 7:05pm – 10:30pm
BBC Red Button: 8:30am – 10:30pm
Digital platforms: watch up to 11 live streams from 7:55am – 10:35pm
Commonwealth Games Pick of the Day
By Gabby Logan
DAY 10 (SUNDAY) – Athletics: Women's 1500m
TV: BBC One – 1:10pm
When Laura Muir won silver in Tokyo, it was one of my favourite moments of the Olympics. But if you look back to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, when she got tripped, it didn't work out for her. And then she came back a changed athlete. Being in the British Isles, competing for Scotland in Birmingham, is going to be really special for her. There'll be a lot of home support travelling down to see her and Scotland's team is really strong. This is another one of the moments when Laura wants to right some wrongs.
Athletics and para athletics: 10am – 1:15pm, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Cycling: road race: 8am-5pm
Badminton: 9am – 2:30pm, 5pm – 10:30pm
Hockey: 9am – 2pm, 3pm – 8pm
Table tennis and para table tennis: 9:30am – 2:45pm, 4pm – 9pm
Aquatics: diving: 10am – 1pm, 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Boxing: 10:30am – 1pm, 2:30pm – 5:30pm, 7pm – 9:30pm
Cricket T8: 10am – 1:30pm, 5pm – 8:30pm
Netball: 1:30pm – 3:30pm, 8:30pm – 10:30pm
Squash: 12pm – 3:30pm, 6pm – 8:15pm
Beach volleyball: 3pm – 5:30pm, 8pm – 10:30pm
Commonwealth Games day-by-day
Day 11 – Monday 8 August
BBC One: 9am – 1pm, 1:45pm – 3:45pm
BBC Two: 1pm – 1:45pm
BBC Red Button: 8:30am – 12:30pm, 12:30pm – 4pm
Digital platforms: watch up to 11 live streams from 7:55am – 2:35pm
BBC One: 8pm – 10pm
Badminton: 8am – 2:15pm
Hockey: 9am – 11:30pm, 12:30pm – 3pm
Table tennis and para table tennis: 9:30am – 1:15pm
Aquatics: diving: 10am – 1pm
Squash: 10am – 2:30pm
Closing ceremony: 8pm – 10pm
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