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Watch the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Watch live coverage of the 2022 Commonwealth Games from Birmingham, England. Several Canadian Olympic athletes will be in competition, looking to be crowned Commonwealth Games champions.

Live coverage continues Monday from Birmingham, England

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Click on the video players below to watch live coverage of the 2022 Commonwealth Games from Birmingham, England.

CBC Sports is the exclusive Canadian home for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The 12-day multi-sport competition from July 28 through Aug. 8 can be viewed on CBC Sports' platforms, including six daily streaming feeds available on cbcsports.ca, CBC Gem and the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android. CBC Sports will also produce ten hours of broadcast coverage as part of weekend programming, hosted by Scott Russell and Andi Petrillo. Fans can also access up-to-the-minute news through CBC Sports' digital and social media platforms at: Facebook: CBCSports; Twitter: @cbcsports; Instagram: @cbc.sports

The action comes to a close on the final day of competition with 12 medals events.

Here are your top stories for Team Canada:

Canadian divers go for medals in last splash

Calgary's Margo Erlam and Victoria's Bryden Hattie will take part in the mixed 3m synchro diving final, while Saskatoon's Rylan Wiens and Victoria's Celina Toth will compete in the mixed 10m synchro final.

Watch the diving medal events on channel 2 at 5.05 p.m. ET (mixed 3m synchro) and at 6.19 p.m. ET (mixed 10m synchro).

Michelle Li goes competes in women's singles badminton final

Michelle Li of Markham, Ont., looks to get back to the top of the podium in women's singles badminton final. Li, the second seed in this event, will take on Pusarla Sindhu of India, the number one seed, in the final.

Watch all finals action (men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles) on channel 3 starting at 3 p.m. ET.

Lights go down in Birmingham at the closing ceremony

The closing ceremony will reunite the athletes at Alexander Stadium, providing one last chance to celebrate their many accomplishments over the last 11 days. There will also be a handover ceremony to Victoria, Australia for the 2026 Games.

Watch it live on channels 1, 3 and 5 from 3.30 p.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET.

See below for a list of sports and start times on five live feeds.

WATCH l Day 10 action including badminton gold medal matches (3 a.m. ET):

Channel 3 | Commonwealth Games on CBC: DAY 11 - Birmingham

5 hours ago
Live
Events included on this channel are badminton (gold medal matches) as some of the world's premier athletes will descend on Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
WATCH l Day 10 action including field hockey men's medal matches (4 a.m. ET):

Channel 1 | Commonwealth Games on CBC: DAY 11 - Birmingham

4 hours ago
Live
Events on this channel include field hockey (men's medal matches), as some of the world's premier athletes will descend on Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
WATCH l Day 10 action including table tennis medal matches (4.30 a.m. ET):

Channel 4 | Commonwealth Games on CBC: DAY 11 - Birmingham

3 hours ago
Live
Events on this channel include table tennis (women's doubles medal matches, men's singles medal matches) as some of the world's premier athletes will descend on Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
 
WATCH l Day 10 action including squash medal matches (5 a.m. ET):

Channel 5 | Commonwealth Games on CBC: DAY 11 - Birmingham

3 hours ago
Live
Events on this channel include squash (women's doubles medal matches, men's doubles medal matches) as some of the world's premier athletes will descend on Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
WATCH l Day 10 action including diving medal events (5 a.m. ET):

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