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The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games may have come to a close but there’s still time to enjoy one very special treat from The Games.

Sport Relief, Birmingham 2022 and the BBC have teamed up for a one off, All-Star version of the Commonwealth Games with two teams of celebrities and sporting legends going head to head to raise lifechanging money for Sport Relief.

There’s still time to catch all the action. So grab your favourite snack and get ready to watch two very special teams captained by Ellie Simmonds OBE and Dame Kelly Holmes being put through their paces and pushed out of their comfort zone (with some hilarious outcomes) as they take on the Sport Relief All Star Games: Birmingham 2022.

You really don’t want to miss this! 

Watch all the action now on BBC iPlayer(opens in new window) and if you’re able to - please donate whatever  you can, to help Sport Relief change lives by tackling inequality, improving mental health and helping young people to survive and thrive.

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Meet the competitors

The teams competed in front of live crowds at the venues during the Games, to be crowned Sport Relief All Star Games: Birmingham 2022 Champions. In total there were 5 tough and demanding disciplines.

All Stars Disciplines

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Alexander Stadium, Birmingham

4 x 100m relay:

Singer and presenter Una Healy teamed up with Comedian Darren Harriott, former international rugby union player and model Thom Evans, and TV presenter Mark Rhodes as they took on…

Radio presenter Noreen Khan, BBC Radio 1 DJ & TV presenter Ricky Haywood Williams, musician and presenter George Shelly, and former England Rugby Union and Lions star Ugo Monye.

Shot Put:

Racing driver and commentator Billy Monger went head-to-head with Former Royal Marine and Paralympic Gold medal runner Richard Whitehead.

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Table Tennis

The NEC, Birmingham


Olympic Gymnast Max Whitlock took to the table against former Love Islander and professional basketball player Ovie Soko.

Double Paralympic Gold medal runner Richard Whitehead went up against Author and Invictus Games athlete Mark Ormrod.

Mixed Doubles:

Singer HRVY joined Football Freestyler Liv Cooke as they faced Actor and comedian Tom Rosenthal and TV and Capital radio presenter Sian Welby.

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Basketball 3 x 3

Smithfield, Birmingham

Football Freestyler Liv Cooke, TV personality and presenter Ferne McCann, Musician and presenter George Shelley and Capital Radio Presenter Sonny Jay, went up against…

Olympic gold medal long jumper Greg Rutherford, Olympic snowboarder and broadcaster Aimee Fuller, and TV presenter’s Kem Cetinay and Michelle Ackerley.

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Lee Valley VeloPark, London

Olympic medal winners Helen Glover and Eve Muirhead went head-to-head.

In a clash of the ex Rugby professionals as Ugo Monye took on Chris Robshaw.

A battle of the TV presenters as Dermot Murnaghan went up against Mike Bushell.

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Rhythmic Gymnastics

Arena Birmingham, Birmingham


Queen of the Jungle and TV personality Vicky Pattison competed against Comedian Russell Kane.


Former professional Wales rugby star Gareth Thomas and TV presenter Lindsey Russell went up against each other.

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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

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Together, we're empowering local, national and global change-makers to inspire others and raise money to change lives.

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