Team Isle of Man named for 2022 Commonwealth Games

03.05.2022 by IOM CGA

Team Isle of Man announced for 2022 Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games Association of the Isle of Man (CGA) has announced the names of the athletes selected for Team Isle of Man to compete at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, UK.

A total of 32 athletes have been selected:



Peter Allen

Alex Bregazzi

Emma Hodgson

Laura Kinley

Harry Robinson

Joel Watterson



Sarah Astin

Rachael Franklin

Joe Harris

Ollie Lockley

David Mullarkey

Glen Quayle

Sarah Webster


Jessica Li


 Jade Burden

Jamie Devine


Cycling (women’s)
Cycling (men’s)
Para Powerlifting


Jessie Carridge

Amelia Sharpe

Anna Christian

Becky Storrie

Lizzie Holden



 Matthew Bostock

Sam Brand

Mark Cavendish

Mark Christian

Tyler Hannay

Tom Mazzone

Ben Swift

Max Walker



Tara Donnelly


Kimberley Dean


Niall Caley


Additionally, three reserve athletes have been named should any of the selected athletes need to withdraw from the team in advance of the Games. 


CGA President Basil Bielich commented:

‘The CGA would like to congratulate all the athletes selected to represent the Isle of Man.

‘Our sporting community has risen to the challenges presented by covid and the restrictions on participation in sport over the last two years, and we believe we have been able to select a very strong team to represent the Island.

‘For these Games, we implemented a new process of selection which was designed to enable athletes to plan their preparation and training programmes with more certainty and confidence.

‘We have also been extremely grateful for the support that Isle of Man Sport has given us. We are working closely together to give our athletes as much support as possible.

‘Our plans for our participation in Birmingham and supporting activities are well underway. The Queen’s Baton Relay visits the Isle of Man on June 15-16, and our CGA fundraiser dinner at the Villa Marina on June 16 offers everyone the chance to support Team Isle of Man before they head to Birmingham.’