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Sunrise will cross live and exclusively to Birmingham for all the access to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

David Koch and Natalie Barr cross to Mark Beretta, and expert commentators, from this Friday to Monday August 8th.

The “Sunrise panel of champions” includes:

Giaan Rooney: At 15, Giaan signalled her talent to the world, winning gold at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and backing up with two silver medals at the Sydney Olympics two years later. In Athens in 2004, she was part of the gold-winning, world record-breaking relay team.

Stuart O’Grady: Our cycling expert is Australia’s finest, with a career spanning almost two decades. Stuart is a two-time world champion and Olympic gold medallist. He raced in six Olympic Games and three Commonwealth Games, and rode the Tour De France 17 times.

Jana Pittman: Studying her HSC as she competed for the Sydney Olympics, the champion hurdler and sprinter would go on to win four Commonwealth gold medals and became the first Australian woman to compete at both the summer and winter Olympics (in bobsled in the latter).

Jon Steffensen: One of the great personalities of track and field, Jon is also Australia’s most successful male sprinter. He won two gold at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games and competed in three Olympic Games.

Caitlin Bassett: Covering the court, Caitlin is a dual world champion, a Commonwealth Games gold medallist and a Super Netball Premiership player. She was also the captain of the Australian Diamonds.

Elyse Villani: With impeccable timing, Elyse is one of the most damaging batters in international women’s cricket. She helped the Australian women’s cricket team win the ICC World Cup, the ICC World T20 championship and win back the Ashes from England.

Shane Heal: Taking viewers from bounce to backboard is Shane, who represented Australia at four Olympic Games and had two stints in the NBA. He has also coached several winning teams and elite players.

Celebrate Friday’s Opening Ceremony on Sunrise, then watch as the gold rush begins from Saturday, 30 July, when Weekend Sunrise (7.00am to 10.00am) will showcase our medal haul from finals in cycling, gymnastics, athletics and swimming.

You can also choose your own sporting adventure each day of the Birmingham Games, with up to 30 dedicated channels – exclusive and free, live and replay – across Seven, 7mate and 7plus.

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