Birmingham will host athletes from a range of sports throughout Commonwealth nations in 2022 as England hosts the Games for the fist time since 2002, with 2014 being the last time they were held in Britain when Glasgow was the host. Birmingham 2022 will see triathletes competing in Sutton Park in men's and women's individual triathlon, mixed relay triathlon and men's and women's PTVI paratriathlon. Triathlon is a ‘core’ Commonwealth sport and has been included in four Commonwealth Games having been introduced in Manchester. Mixed relay was included for the first time in Glasgow in 2014, with paratriathlon first included in the Gold Coast in 2018 with the PTWC category.
Opening Ceremony: 28 July 2022
Individual triathlon: 29 July 2022
Mixed relay triathlon and PTVI paratriathlon: 31 July 2022
Sutton Park and the surrounging area is where the swim, bike,run action will take place, with all the individual racing will be competed over the sprint distance and the mixed relay triathlon comprising of four legs of 300m swim, 5km bike and 2km run.
The Commonwealth Games sees Britain's athletes compete for their individual Home Nations as they battle it out for gold. You can find out more about each country's triathlon and paratriathlon team for Birmingham, their history in triathlon at the Commonwealth Games and keep up-to-date with the latest news below.