The new schedule for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games contains information that has been finalised following detailed conversations with Games Partners, International federations and broadcasters.
Bowls England High Performance Director, John McGuinness, said: “The home Commonwealth Games provides us with a once-in-a-generation opportunity to showcase our sport and we are delighted that the lawn and para bowls events will be staged at Victoria Park, the home of English bowls.
Despite the challenges of Covid-19, the England High Performance Squad have been making progress on a number of initiatives, involving sports science, tactical planning, team building and mentoring, coaching and well-being.
The unveiling of the schedule marks another important milestone as we look towards the Games in 2022.”
Warwick District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Culture, Cllr Jan Matecki commented: “We are delighted to be welcoming visitors to our district for ten out of the twelve days of the Commonwealth Games to enjoy watching some of the world’s best lawn and para bowlers and cyclists at venues within two of our beautiful parks”.
The latest information on Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games site contains start and finish times for all 286 sessions of the games, plus information about when the 283 gold medals that are up for grabs will be won.
To get further information on when the Lawn and Para Bowls and Cycling Road Races will be taking place, visit the official schedule at Birmingham 2022.