Birmingham 2022

The 2022 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games and commonly known as Birmingham 2022, is an international multi-sport event for members of the Commonwealth that is scheduled to be held in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August 2022.

Please note that all updates will be related to Victorian Institute of Sport scholarship holders.


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Jessica Gallagher (Women's Tandem B Sprint) & (Women's Tandem B Time Trial), Tinka Easton (Women's -52kg Judo), Aoife Coughlan (Women's -70kg Judo), Sam Williamson (Mixed Medley Relay Heat Swim), Col Pearse (Men's 100m Butterfly S10), Kate McDonald (Women's Balance Beam), Anabelle Smith (Women's Synchro 3m), Charli Petrov (Women's Synchro 10m), Jemima Montag (Women's 10km Walk), Qian Yang (Women's Singles Class 6-10), Australian Diamonds (Kate Moloney, Liz Watson, Kiera Austin, Jo Weston), Kookaburras (Nathan Ephraums, Josh Simmonds, Johan Durst)


Tyson Bull (Men's Horizontal Bar), Women's Team Gymnastics (Kate McDonald, Romi Brown & Emily Whitehead), Sam Williamson (Men's 50m Breaststroke) & (Men's Medley Relay Heat Swim), Women's Team Rhythmic Gymnastics (Ashari Gill), Li Na Lei (Women's Singles Classes 6-10), Brooke Buschkuel (Women's Long Jump), Peter Bol (Men's 800m), Hockeyroos (Amy Lawton), Lin Ma (Men's Singles Classes 8-10, Table Tennis), Declan Tingay (Men's 10km Walk), Jian Fang Lay (Women's Doubles, Table Tennis)


Emily Whitehead (Women's Vault), Nathan Katz (Men's -66kg Judo), Josh Katz (Men's -60kg Judo), Uros Nikolic (Men's -81kg Judo), Abigail Paduch (Women's 78kg Judo), Katharina Haecker (Women's -63kg Judo), Harry Cassar (Men's -90kg Judo), Jake Bensted (Men's -73kg Judo), Liam Park (Men's +100kg Judo), Sam Williamson (Men's 100m Breaststroke), Women's Team Table Tennis (Jian Fang Lay & Yangzi Liu), Men's Team Pursuit (Graeme Frislie, Lucas Plapp), Domonic Bedggood (Men's Synchro 10m), Caitlin Parker (Women's Boxing), Abbey Caldwell (Women's 1500m), Yangzi Liu (Women's Singles, Table Tennis), 


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