CWG Birmingham 2022 will allow the young Genz to showcase their sporting talent as we look some of the rising talents

Top young athletes who will shine in Birmingham!

At just 14 years old, squash player Anahat Singh is the youngest member of the Indian Commonwealth Games 2022 contingent at Birmingham.

Anahat Singh

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The 19-year-old weightlifter won India’s first gold medal at a Summer Youth Olympic Games, in the 62kg weightlifting category

Jeremy Lalrinnunga

At 18, Christine Mboma won silver in the 200m sprint at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, becoming the first Namibian woman to
win an Olympic medal. 

Christine Mboma

The youngest member of Team Canada at Tokyo 2020 (in 2021), Summer McIntosh was just 14 when she was part of the 4x200m relay that came fourth in Japan.

Summer McIntosh

Ondine Achampong is the 2019 European Youth Olympic Festival champion on balance beam and silver medalist in the all-around. The teenager claimed silver at the 2020 Melbourne World Cup as well.

Ondine Achampong

Emmanuel Wanyonyi, claimed gold in the 800m at the World Athletics U20 Championships, especially with 2007 world champion Janeth Jepkosgei as his coach.

Emmanuel Wanyonyi

Aakarshi has been dominant in India, she has not been able to translate that domination into the international circuit. The CWG will provide an opportunity to make a mark at the highest level.

Aakarshi Kashyap

Wrestler Deepak Punia came close to winning a medal at the Tokyo Olympics but eventually fell short. He will hope to improve at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Deepak Punia

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