Key Facts

TOTAL GAMES MEDALS
876
NATIONS
72
NO. OF SPORTS
20
NZ NO. SPORTS
17
NZ ATHLETES
234
NZ TEAM MEDALS
50

About the Games

The 22nd edition of the Commonwelath Games was held in Birmingham from 28 July to 8 August 2022, one of the youngest cities in Europe and showcased the West Midlands region so well.

The games debuted some new sports with women’s cricket T20, basketball 3x3 and mixed synchronised diving all joining the event schedule.

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Results

Win

Squash (Singles - Men)
Paul Coll vs WAL Joel MAKIN

1

Cycling - Mountain Bike (Cross Country - Men)
Samuel Gaze

1

Cycling - Track (Sprint - Women)
Ellesse Andrews vs CAN Kelsey MITCHELL

1

Cycling - Road (Road Race - Men)
Aaron Gate

Win

Squash (Doubles - Women)
NZL vs ENG Perry / Waters

1

Cycling - Track (4000m Individual Pursuit - Men)
Aaron Gate vs NZL Tom SEXTON

Win

Squash (Doubles - Mixed)
NZL vs ENG Waters / Waller

1

Cycling - Track (3000m Individual Pursuit - Women)
Bryony Botha vs AUS Maeve PLOUFFE

1

Cycling - Track (4000m Team Pursuit - Men)
NZL vs ENG

1

Cycling - Track (Points Race - Men)
Aaron Gate

Athlete Spotlight

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Aaron Gate

Aaron Gate

Cycling - Track

EVENT: Cycling – Men's Track/Road: Team Pursuit, 4000m Indiv Pursuit, 15km Scratch Race, 40km Points Race, Road Race, Road Time Trial

Aaron Gate emerged with a bronze medal in the team pursuit at the junior world championships in South Africa in 2008. He joined the high-performance squad in 2010, finishing just out of the medals at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi before winning a bronze medal in the team pursuit at the London Olympics. Gate transferred to the new Olympic discipline of the omnium, winning the world title at Belarus in 2013. He has since won a further four world championship medals on the track including a silver in the team pursuit and Madison in Berlin in 2020 when he formed an outstanding combination with Campbell Stewart.

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Squash

Squash

With rapid racket-work and sharp shifting around the court, Squash is a breathtaking spectacle of frenetic action and fast-thinking.

A Quick Overview

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