Day 6 - Order of Events Schedule Sunday, 7 August 2022

BIRMINGHAM, England (August 7) — The Commonwealth Games 2022 will conclude on Sunday (7) and here is the order of events, along with the time schedule and how to watch the live television broadcast and online streaming coverage from the Alexander Stadium here in Birmingham. Read more: When is the Commonwealth Games 2022? How to watch it?

A total of 15 finals are slated for Sunday’s final day of competition including the men’s and women’s 400m races in the morning session, as well as the women’s 100m hurdles contest, which will feature world champion and the world record holder Tobi Amusan of Nigeria.

Where can I watch the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Sunday?

You can watch live TV and online streaming coverage of the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Sunday, August 7, on BBC, CBC in Canada and on the Sports Max App in the Caribbean. See the complete list below as well.

The morning session will also the exciting finals of the men’s and women’s 4x100m relays where sprint double champion Elaine Thompson-Herah will go in search of a third gold medal at these Games. Read more: Thompson-Herah completes Commonwealth Games 2022 sprint double with record run

Live streaming Competition in the afternoon session will begin at 2:05 pm ET with the women’s Long Jump final, while the first track event will get underway at 2:20 pm ET when the 1500m runners take the track for the women’s final. The men’s 800m medal race will follow at 2:35 pm ET.

The Commonwealth Games 2022 final day schedule will close out with the men’s and women’s 4x400m relays at 3:30 pm ET and 4:00 pm ET, respectively.

Sunday, 07 August

MORNING Session 05:00 am – 08:15 am – All times are in Eastern Standard

05:00 Men’s 200m Medal Ceremony
05:05 Women’s 200m Medal Ceremony
05:10 Men’s Pole Vault Medal Ceremony
05:15 Men’s Triple Jump Final
05:25 Women’s 100m Hurdles Final
05:45 Men’s 400m Final
06:00 Women’s 400m Final

06:08 Women’s 100m Hurdles Medal Ceremony
06:20 Men’s 10,000m Race Walk Final
06:35 Women’s Javelin Throw Final

07:25 Men’s 400m Medal Ceremony
07:30 Women’s 400m Medal Ceremony
07:40 Men’s 4 x 100m Relay Final
07:54 Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Final

08:05 Men’s Triple Jump Medal Ceremony

AFTERNOON Session 13:30 pm – 16:30 pm – All times are in Eastern Standard

13:40 Men’s 4 x 100m Relay Medal Ceremony
13:48 Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Medal Ceremony
13:55 Men’s 10,000m Race Walk Medal Ceremony
14:05 Women’s Long Jump Final
14:20 Women’s 1500m Final
14:35 Men’s 800m Final
14:40 Men’s Javelin Throw Final
14:45 Women’s 5000m Final

15:05 Women’s 1500m Medal Ceremony
15:10 Women’s Javelin Throw Medal Ceremony
15:15 Men’s 800m Medal Ceremony
15:30 Men’s 4 x 400m Relay Final
15:41 Women’s Long Jump Medal Ceremony
15:48 Women’s 5000m Medal Ceremony
16:00 Women’s 4 x 400m Relay Final
16:10 Men’s Javelin Throw Medal Ceremony
16:15 Men’s 4 x 400m Relay Medal Ceremony
16:15 Women’s 800m Medal Ceremony
16:22 Women’s 4 x 400m Relay Medal Ceremony

Day 6 - Order of Events Schedule Sunday, 7 August 2022

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  1. I am very, very proud of what our great Jamaican athletes are doing in the World Track & Field meets. My only concern is why so many of these young Track Starts cannot understand that RACES ARE WON WHEN YOU RUN THROUGH THE FINISH LINE. I have seen on too many occasions where some of these young stars put everything into running their races, only to slow down with a few steps to go and end up loosing out on a medal.

    I am calling on the GREAT JAMAICAN TRACK & FIELD COACHS: (SIR) GLENN MILLS, (SIR) STEPHEN FRANCIS or others to please ask our young Track Stars to RUN THROUGH THE FINISH LINE and stop losing out on winning or placing because of slowing down a few steps from the finish line.

    BIG UP JAMAICA!!!

  2. am very, very proud of what our great Jamaican athletes are doing in the World Track & Field meets. My only concern is why so many of these young Track Starts cannot understand that RACES ARE WON WHEN YOU RUN THROUGH THE FINISH LINE. I have seen on too many occasions where some of these young stars put everything into running their races, only to slow down with a few steps to go and end up losing out on a medal. I am calling on the GREAT JAMAICAN TRACK & FIELD COACHES: (SIR) GLENN MILLS, (SIR) STEPHEN FRANCIS or others to please ask our young Track Stars to RUN THROUGH THE FINISH LINE and stop losing out on winning or placing because of slowing down a few steps from the finish line.

    BIG UP JAMAICA!!!

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