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  • 2022

    2022 Birmingham Games

    The 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games saw over 6,500 athletes and officials come together to compete in one of the UK’s most vibrant cities. Birmingham played host for the first time and acted as a world stage to showcase the talent that bursts from our diverse Commonwealth nations.

  • 2018

    2018 was Wales best ever Games!

    2018 was Wales best ever Games! Team Wales managed to equal their medal tally in Glasgow but won an impressive 10 gold medals, making the 2018 Gold Coast Games the most successful in history. Wales finished 7th on the medal table. This Games had the largest ever para sports programme, with swimming, athletics, table tennis, powerlifting, triathlon and marathon included to the programme, and for the first time ever there were an equal number of medal opportunities for men and women. Australia included basketball back into the sports programme, and for the first time added volleyball. The 2018 Games saw a record breaking number of athletes participate with 6500 athletes from 71 nations, 228 of those athletes were Team Wales!

  • 2014

    The 2014 Games were in Glasgow.

    Scotland with 4900 athletes competing. This Games had the biggest ever number of para medals available (22) with para cycling also added to the sports programme. Team Wales had their most successful Games to date with 5 gold, 11 silver and 19 bronze medals, bringing home a record 36 medals.

  • 2010

    2010 the games were in Delhi

    In the 2010 Delhi games, Wales had a total of 175 athletes over 15 sports.  Team Wales brought home 3 gold, 6 silver, and 10 bronze which makes a total of 19 medals matching what they had in Melbourne. 

  • 2006

    The 2006 Games were in Melbourne.

    In 2006 Team Wales took 143 athletes across 14 sports to compete in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. During the games, Wales successfully got 19 medals which were 3 gold, 5 silver, and 11 bronze medals.