When are gymnastic competitions in Commonwealth Games 2022


The multisport event returns this weekend, taking place in the UK for the third time.

Team England’s Joe Fraser looks set to become one of England’s most successful athletes in the Commonwealth as he aims for gold in team events, individual all-around, parallel bars and high bar.


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The 2019 champion has also been given an outside chance to win golf in the pommel horse after his Olympic-winning teammate Max Whitlock withdrew.

Fraser, who lives just 30 minutes from where he will be competing for the next few weeks, recently spoke to Sportsmail about his excitement for the upcoming multisport event.


“There is no added pressure, only added pleasure. I’m sure if you were to ask someone where they would like to compete, they would say their hometown.

“It will be a proud moment for me and everyone who has been part of the journey to get me to where I am today. I will give everything and see what I can achieve.”


As fans prepare to watch local hero Joe Fraser, here’s everything you need to know ahead of the gymnastics events at the 2022 Commonwealth Games…

When are the Commonwealth Games 2022?


The competition begins on Thursday, July 28, 2022 and ends with the closing ceremony on Monday, August 8, 2022.

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How to watch the Commonwealth Games 2022?


BBC has rights to all coverage of the Commonwealth Games. BBC One and BBC Two show the majority of the competitions with more content available BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.

How to buy tickets for Gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games 2022?


Tickets for the gymnastics events are still available for those wishing to attend Arena Birmingham.

What gymnastics events will take place at the 2022 Commonwealth Games?


There are two sections of gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games, with the men and women split for artistic second and all-around performances in rhythmics.

All events except Men’s Team All-Around and Women’s Team All-Around will have qualifying rounds on Friday 29th July and Saturday 30th July.


The aforementioned events go straight into the finals on July 29th and 30th.

Here are all the events and when their finals are:

  • Men’s All-Around Team: Friday 29 July
  • Men’s Individual All-Around: Sunday 31 July
  • Herrenboden: Monday, August 1st
  • Men’s pommel horse: Monday 1 August
  • Men’s ring: Monday 1 August
  • Jump men: Tuesday, August 2nd
  • Bars Men: Tuesday 2nd August
  • High Bar Men: Tuesday, August 2nd
  • All-Around Women’s Team: Saturday 30 August
  • Individual All-Around Women: Sunday 31 August
  • Women’s Vault: Monday, August 1st
  • Women’s Uneven Bars: Monday 1 August
  • Women’s Balance Beam: Tuesday, August 2
  • Women’s Floor: Tuesday, August 2nd

Similar to the Artistic events, all but the Team All-Around event have a qualifying period that takes place on Thursday, August 4th.

The all-round team will go straight into the final on Thursday, August 4th.

  • Team all round: Thursday, August 4th
  • Individual All-Around : Friday, August 5th
  • Tires: Saturday 6th August
  • Ball: Saturday, August 6th
  • Clubs: Saturday 6 August
  • Band: Saturday, August 6th

How do the gymnastics events work?

The gymnastics events were divided into two subdivisions to divide the nations for both rhythmic events and artistic events.


Here are the divisions for rhythmic events:

  • England
  • New Zealand
  • Gibraltar
  • South Africa
  • India
  • Singapore
  • Scotland
  • Sri Lanka
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Cyprus
  • Malaysia
  • Wales

Artistic subdivisions:

  • Group 1: Cayman Islands and Pakistan
  • Group 2: Jersey and Sri Lanka
  • Group 3: Bangladesh and South Africa
  • Group 4: Northern Ireland and Malaysia
  • Group 5: Singapore and India
  • Group 6: Wales and Jamaica
  • Group 7: England and New Zealand
  • Group 8: Canada and Scotland
  • Group 9: Australia and Cyprus