The schedule for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has been published, with back-to-back ‘Super Sundays’ looking particularly eye-catching.
Here, the PA news agency gives the rundown on what to expect from two mouth-watering days of sport.
Sunday, July 31
Medal sessions: Nine
Medals will be up for grabs from nine o’clock in the morning in artistic gymnastics, which has two separate medal sessions in the same day.
Triathlon, para triathlon and weighlifting medals will also be contested in the morning, afternoon and evening, along with track and para track cycling.
A window has been built into the schedule for the women’s European Championship football final at Wembley which kicks off at 5pm, with the rugby sevens medals to be decided between 6.30pm and 10pm in the evening.
Sunday, August 7
Medal sessions: 11
This day promises to be a feast of women’s sport in particular, with hockey, 20-over cricket and netball all coming to a head.
The squash competition culminates on this day as well, along with table tennis, para table tennis and cycling’s road race.
Athletics, para athletics, diving, badminton, beach volleyball and boxing also wrap up.