Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held in venues all across Birmingham and the West Midlands, from 28 July until 8 August 2022

Click the image to find the link to the Athletics Programme:

Congratulations to our athletes who have their standard:

Dewi Griffiths - Marathon

Melissa Courtney-Bryant - 1500m

Jeremiah Azu - 100m

Kris Jones - 10,000m

Josh Griffiths - Marathon

Osian Jones - Hammer Throw

Rosie Edwards - Marathon

Amber Simpson - Hammer Throw

Adele Nicoll - Shot

Jake Heyward - 1500m     

Natasha Cockram - Marathon

Jac Palmer - Hammer Throw        

Clara Evans - Marathon

Charlotte Arter - 10,000m   

Piers Copeland - 800m & 1500m

Heather Lewis - 10,000m Race Walk   

Bethan Davies - 10,000m Race Walk

 Emily Kearney - Marathon

Jenny Nesbitt - 5000m

Andy Davies - Marathon

Anna Bracegridle - Marathon 

Joe Brier - 400m

Jonathan Hopkins - 3000m Steeplechase 


"We are publishing our policy early so that you, as athletes and coaches, have as much time as possible to prepare properly and to gear your preparations to achieving the standards. We wish you all the best with your endeavours in trying to meet these standards - Good luck to you all."


Rydym yn cyhoeddi ein polisi'n gynnar fel bod gennych chi, fel athletwyr a hyfforddwyr, gymaint o amser â phosib i baratoi'n briodol ac i anelu at sicrhau bod eich darpariaethau yn cyflawni'r safonau. Dymunwn y gorau i chi gyda'ch ymdrechion i geisio bodloni’r safonau hyn - Pob lwc i chi i gyd”.

Steve Perks, Chair of Welsh Athletics


Our National Coach Chris Jones, talks through some of the key points around the policy:

We have conducted an Equality Impact Assessment on the policy - available to view here