190 Team Members have been selected so far to represent Australia at the upcoming Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
With yesterday’s Badminton Team Announcement, 190 Australian Team Members have booked their tickets to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The Australian Team currently features 99 female Team Members, 90 male Team Members and one non-binary Team Member.
Currently, four First Nations Team Members have been selected to represent Australia at the Games.
128 of the 190 Team Members will be making their Commonwealth Games debuts at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Of those 128, eight come from the Australian Badminton Falcons selections for Birmingham as badminton looks to a new generation for international medal success.
The 10-strong team is aiming to break a gold-medal drought dating back to Lisa Campbell’s success in Victoria, Canada in 1994.
Australia last won a medal in badminton at the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games.
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Australia’s all-conquering women’s cricket team will seek to add an historic first to their trophy cabinet at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games commencing in late July.
An all-star cast of 15 players has been chosen to represent Australia in the first women’s cricket competition to be held at the Games – a T20 tournament featuring the top eight nations in the Commonwealth.
After producing a phenomenal performance to claim the World Cup in the One Day International (ODI) format in March, the women’s team is chasing the nation’s first Commonwealth Games gold medal in cricket.
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A Dolphins squad comprising superstars and exciting newcomers has been selected to represent Australia at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
46 able-bodied swimmers join the previously named 27 Para-swimmers to form the 73-member Australian swimming team for Birmingham.
Champions Ariarne Titmus OAM, Emma McKeon AM, Kyle Chalmers OAM, Zac Stubblety-Cook OAM, Kaylee McKeown OAM and Brendon Smith spearhead an outstanding team chosen to further enhance Australia’s golden legacy in the pool.
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The first 32 members of the Australian Athletics Team for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have been revealed, with a mix of youth and experience set to light up the track, field and roads in Birmingham this August.
Featuring 11 Commonwealth Games medallists including four defending champions, the team selected thus far includes Australia’s best track and field talent, all of whom have received automatic selection or invitations to compete in Birmingham.
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Commonwealth Games Australia has selected 12 of Australia’s best judokas to represent the green and gold at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with judo returning to the Games after last appearing in Glasgow in 2014.
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A cult hero and her heir apparent feature in a talented squad of table tennis players who will represent Australia at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Jian Fang Lay, a remarkable 49-year-old mother of two who has won seven Commonwealth Games medals since her debut for Australia in Manchester 20 years ago, is among the six selections made to date.
Lay, who has been a standard bearer for Australian sport for more than two decades, brings great experience to a youthful team and will be striving for a historic gold after successful appearances at Manchester in 2002, Melbourne in 2006 and Glasgow in 2014. She has also competed in six Olympic Games.
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An elite squad of 27 Para-swimmers is poised to represent Australia with distinction at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games from July 28 to August 8, with the Team Members being revealed today at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre.
From decorated champion Ellie Cole OAM to teenage sensation Isabella Vincent, the team chosen to swim for the green and gold has a proven record of success and includes eight Commonwealth Games medallists and eight Paralympic gold medallists.
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The four Team Members include Queensland’s 52-year-old triple Paralympian Gerrard Gosens OAM, Tokyo Paralympic teammates 31-year-old Sam Harding (athletics) from the ACT and 39-year-old Jonathan Goerlach (NSW), and fellow 39-year-old Tasmanian Erica Burleigh.
They will be joined by their guides Hayden Armstrong (Gosens), Luke Harvey (Harding), David Mainwaring (Goerlach) and Felicity Cradick (Burleigh).
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A pair of world-class beach volleyball combinations will be out to add to their stellar representative record with gold for Australia at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Adelaide’s McHugh claimed a gold medal when partnering the now-retired Damien Schumann on the beaches of the Gold Coast four years ago.
In Birmingham, he will team with Commonwealth Games debutant Paul Burnett, a West Australian now based in Adelaide, to defend Australia’s gold medal.
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Tina Rahimi is aiming to follow the example set by her trailblazing female teammates when she boxes for Australia at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games later this year.
Rahimi, 26, who is one of eight making their debut in an 11-strong Australian boxing team for the Games, hopes to create a golden legacy in the 57kg division.
The boxer from Bass Hill in Sydney, who took up the sport to improve her fitness, has become an important role model in the Muslim community and believes she is capable of winning gold in Birmingham.
Rahimi will create history for herself and her community when she becomes the first Muslim female to box for Australia at the Commonwealth Games.
“I know that I have the potential and capability to get the gold, so I have really dedicated myself to the sport,” Rahimi said.
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Eileen Cikamatana might be the youngest weightlifter on Australia’s Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games team, but history beckons for the powerful prodigy.
Cikamatana could become the first woman to win Commonwealth Games gold medals for two different countries in individual events when she competes in Birmingham.
Cikamatana, 22, claimed gold for Fiji in the 90kg class at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and is among an 11-strong Australian weightlifting squad striving for success in England.
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