Commonwealth Games 2022: Where to watch CWG 2022 opening ceremony in India, IST timings
The multi-sports event, Commonwealth Games 2022, is all set to begin today. This year, the Commonwealth Games, also known as the Friendly Games, will be held in Birmingham. The opening ceremony of CWG 2022 will take place at the Alexander Stadium in England’s heart, and it may expect more than 30,000 spectators.
Commonwealth Games 2022: Mascot
The official mascot for CWG 2022 is Perry, a multi-coloured bull. Perry is named after Perry Barr, an area in Birmingham where Alexander Stadium, the main athletics stadium, and Perry Park are situated.
The bull has served as Birmingham’s emblem for a good number of years and was positively received by the public on launch. Emma Lou, a 10-year-old from Bolton, created Perry.
Who will be India’s flag-bearer at the opening ceremony?
India’s javelin throw Neeraj Chopra was expected to be India’s flag-bearer at the opening ceremony but due to injuries, he had to pull out. PV Sindhu, a two-time medalist in the Olympics, was later selected to be the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent. At the 2018 CWG in Gold Coast, Sindhu hoisted the Indian flag.
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When will the Commonwealth Games 2022 opening ceremony will be held?
The opening ceremony will be held on July 28.
Where will the Commonwealth Games 2022 opening ceremony take place?
The opening ceremony will take place in Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England.
At what time Commonwealth Games 2022 opening ceremony be held?
The opening ceremony will be held at 11:30 pm Indian Standard time and 7 pm local time.
Which TV channel will broadcast Commonwealth Games 2022?
Live coverage of the opening ceremony will be available on the Sony TEN 1, TEN 2, TEN 3, Sony SIX, and TEN 4 channels. The opening ceremony will also be broadcast live in India on DD Sports.
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