Over 4,500 athletes from 72 different countries are in Birmingham, England to compete in 283 Commonwealth Games medal events from 18 July to 8 August.

Our state is known for punching above it’s weight when it comes to our competitors!

There are plenty of athletes from Team Queensland that became household names at the Tokyo Olympics who are backing it up just over 12 months later at the Commonwealth Games.

Aussie Olympic stars Ariarne Titmus and Emma McKeon. Source: AFP

And there’s also some fresh faces, tipped to be Australia’s rising stars.

22-year-old triathlete Luke Harvey.

Here’s the list of every Queensland athlete at the Birmingham games:

First Name Last Name Sport Discipline
Hsuan Yu Wendy Chen Badminton
Kirralee Hayes Swimming
Alexandra Haydon Squash
Madeleine McTernan Swimming
Ella Sabljak Wheelchair Basketball
Kristina Clonan Cycling – Track
Benjamin Hance Swimming
Braedan Jason Swimming
Joshua Yong Swimming
Katja Dedekind Swimming
Ruby Storm Swimming
Hannah Dodd Wheelchair Basketball
Gretel Bueta Netball
Harrison Vig Swimming
Taryn Gollshewsky Athletics
Serena Nicholls Lawn Bowls
Jenna Strauch Swimming
Jake Fehlberg Lawn Bowls
Kaylee McKeown Swimming
Taylor McKeown Swimming
Emily Boyd Diving
Matthew Denny Athletics
Mariafe Artacho del Solar Beach Volleyball
Maddison Keeney Diving
Lidiia Iakovleva Gymnastics – Rhythmic
Naa Anang Athletics
Rhys Dowling Squash
Brielle Erbacher Athletics
Cedric Dubler Athletics
Daniel Golubovic Athletics
Katie Hayward Athletics
Barrie Lester Lawn Bowls
Lillian Dick Rugby – Sevens
Brandon Wakeling Weightlifting
Samu Kerevi Rugby – Sevens
Rachael Grinham Squash
Samuel Short Swimming
Billy McAllister Boxing
Jessica Jonassen Cricket
Henry Frayne Athletics
Bronte Job Swimming
Keira Stephens Swimming
Ella Ramsay Swimming
Hani Kose Powerlifting
Mollie O’Callaghan Swimming
Kurt Thomson Wheelchair Basketball
Cara Koenen Netball
Alexandria Perkins Swimming
Liam Schluter Swimming
Jacinta Beecher Athletics
Charisma Amoe-Tarrant Weightlifting
Taneille Crase Athletics
Ebony Gorincu Weightlifting
Georgia Godwin Gymnastics – Artistic
Claire Colwill Hockey
Ariarne Titmus Swimming
Elijah Winnington Swimming
Mitchell Larkin Swimming
Shayna Jack Swimming
Brianna Throssell Swimming
Georgia Sheehan Diving
Min Hyung Jee Table Tennis
Bree Masters Athletics
Elizabeth Clay Athletics
Alex Winwood Boxing
Domonic Bedggood Diving
Maddison Levi Rugby – Sevens
Teagan Levi Rugby – Sevens
Cody Simpson Swimming
Joshua Edwards-Smith Swimming
Minna Atherton Swimming
Matthew Hauser Triathlon
Julian Konle Athletics
Cheryl Lindfield Lawn Bowls
Gerrard Gosens Triathlon
Taliqua Clancy Beach Volleyball
Peter Doherty Lawn Bowls
Ella Connolly Athletics
Grace Harris Cricket
Abbey Harkin Swimming
Jack Ireland Swimming
Felicity Cradick Triathlon
Kiah Melverton Swimming
Thomas Nowakowski Swimming
Emma McKeon Swimming
Joel Mundie Swimming
Brenden Hall Swimming
Blake Cochrane Swimming
Jacob Templeton Swimming
Bethany Mooney Cricket
Jenna Forrester Swimming
William Martin Swimming
Emily Meaney Diving
Cassiel Rousseau Diving
Timothy Howard Hockey
Stephanie Wood Netball
Lakeisha Patterson Swimming
Lachlin Dalton Wheelchair Basketball
Luke Harvey Triathlon
Helen Boardman Lawn Bowls
Jessica Turnbull Squash
Riley Day Athletics
Charlotte Caslick Rugby – Sevens
Benjamin Armbruster Swimming
Ambrosia Malone Hockey
Chelsea Hodges Swimming
Grayson Bell Swimming
Mackenzie Horton Swimming
Elizabeth Dekkers Swimming
Angela Yu Badminton
Jack Yu Badminton
Bowen Gough Swimming
Lani Pallister Swimming
Lynsey Clarke Lawn Bowls
Sarah Cochrane Weightlifting
Kelsey-Lee Barber Athletics
Isaac Cooper Swimming
Izaac Stubblety-Cook Swimming
Demi Hayes Rugby – Sevens
Jake Doran Athletics
Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea Rugby – Sevens
Ash Moloney Athletics


CLICK HERE to find out more about the Australian Commonwealth Games team.

CLICK HERE to download the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Competition Schedule.

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