We are down to the quarter-finals of the Commonwealth Games Boxing 2022 in different categories for men and women. The Commonwealth Games 2022 is ongoing in Birmingham and the boxing matches will be held at the NEC Hall 4. The gold medal events of boxing will be held on Sunday, 7 August 2022.
Boxing is one of the founding sports of the Commonwealth Games, having featured in every edition since 1930. Here you can follow the Commonwealth Games Boxing 2022, players, boxing events, schedule, and TV coverage.
Boxing Events and Players:
The Commonwealth Games 2022 Boxing will feature a total of 16 events for men and women. So, there will be 16 gold medal matches. 231 competitors from 55 nations are participating this year. Here we enlist the boxing events right below.
- Men’s Flyweight
- Men’s Bantamweight
- Men’s Featherweight
- Men’s Light Welterweight
- Men’s Welterweight
- Men’s Light Middleweight
- Men’s Middleweight
- Men’s Light Heavyweight
- Men’s Heavyweight
- Men’s Super Heavyweight
- Women’s Minimum Weight
- Women’s Light Flyweight
- Women’s Featherweight
- Women’s Lightweight
- Women’s Light Middleweight
- Women’s Middleweight
Commonwealth Games Boxing 2022 Schedules and Key Dates:
We are down to the quarter-finals matches in different boxing events on Wednesday, 3 August. The quarter-finals will take place on 3-4 August. The semi-finals will be held on 6 August before the Gold Medal matches on 7 August.
Boxing Schedule on Wednesday, 3 August 2022:
All times in BST
Women’s Minimumweight (QF) – Noon
C Ongare (Kenya) vs P Dhillon (Canada), Nitu (India) vs N Clyde (Northern Ireland)
Women’s Light Flyweight (QF) – 12:30 pm
K Hansika (Sri Lanka) vs Mc Naul (Northern Ireland), T Nakimuli (Uganda) vs Haghighat-Joo (Sierra Leone)
Men’s Featherweight (QF) – 1:00 pm
A Mukuka (NZ) vs J Commey (Cameroon), H U Mohammed (India) vs Ndevelo (Namibia)
Men’s Light Welterweight (QF) – 1:30 pm
J Jonas (Namibia) vs R Lynch (Scotland), W Sanford (Canada) vs J Tukamuhebwa (Uganda)
Women’s Light Middleweight (QF) – 2:00 pm
Panguane (Mozambique) vs C Essiane (Cameroon), K F Scott (Aus) vs Z Keita (Sierra Leone)
Women’s Middleweight (QF) – 2:30 pm
R A Gramane (Mozambique) vs K Davis (England), J Umunnakwe (Nigeria) vs Mele Ula (Tonga)
Men’s Middleweight (QF) – 3:00 pm
L Richardson (England) vs Poullain (Guernsey), S Hickey (Scotland) vs A Benson (Nigeria)
Men’s Light Heavyweight (QF) – 3:30 pm
S Lazzerini (Scotland) vs K Beausejour (Canada), A Langelier (St Lucia) vs Yusuf Lucasi (Tanzania)
- Women’s Minimumweight (QF) – 6:00 pm
- Women’s Light Featherweight (QF) – 6:30 pm
- Men’s Featherweight (QF) – 7:00 pm
- Men’s Light Welterweight (QF) – 7:30 pm
- Women’s Light Middleweight (QF) – 8:00 pm
- Women’s Middleweight (QF) – 8:30 pm
- Men’s Middleweight (QF) – 9:00 pm
- Men’s Light Heavyweight (QF) – 9:30 pm
How to Buy Tickets?
The tickets for the Commonwealth Games 2022 are available on the official site. Tickets are being sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The tickets start from £8 for the under 16s and £15 for adults.
Commonwealth Games Boxing 2022 TV Coverage and Live Streaming Details
Here’s how to watch the boxing events in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and India.
BBC has the official right to broadcast the Commonwealth Games 2022 on TV in the UK. So, fans can watch the coverage on the BBC Network. To watch the live stream, you can tune in on BBC iPlayer.
The event will also be available in the United States despite no athletes taking part. NBC Network will provide coverage of the event. Check out the Olympic Channel of the NBC Network to catch the Commonwealth Games 2022 coverage.
Fans in Canada can enjoy the event on CBC. They will broadcast selected events and highlights.
Channel 7+ is the official broadcasting partner in Australia to provide the coverage of the event. You can tune in on 7+ to enjoy selected events.
Sony Networks will provide live coverage of various events in India. They will also provide the highlights. Fans in India can check out the Sony LIV app for live streaming.
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