27 June-10 July
Tennis - Wimbledon
US Open champion Emma Raducanu will be the centre of attention but Andy Murray will hope for a good run - and fellow Britons Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans could also make headlines after a strong 2021.
Formula 1 - British Grand Prix, Silverstone
Lewis Hamilton won last year's race despite a first-lap crash with Max Verstappen and the Briton's duel with the Dutch world champion promises to be one of the great rivalries of 2022.
The home of golf hosts the 150th Open Championship. Collin Morikawa holds the Claret Jug but all eyes will be on the possible presence of 15-time major winner Tiger Woods, who hopes to play after nearly losing his right leg in a car crash last February.
Athletics World Championships, Eugene, USA
Britons Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson will bid to defend their world titles, while Olympic medallists Keely Hodgkinson, Laura Muir and Holly Bradshaw will look to add to their medal collections.
28 July-8 August
Commonwealth Games, Birmingham
The schedule features more medal events for women than men for the first time in Commonwealth Games history, as well as a fully integrated Para-sport programme. Alongside the traditional Commonwealth sports, a women's Twenty20 cricket tournament will be held.
Olympic Sports - European Champs, Munich
Britain's Olympic stars will compete for medals in athletics, beach volleyball, canoe sprint, cycling, gymnastics, rowing, sport climbing, table tennis and triathlon.
Rugby Union - Women's World Cup, NZ
Six Nations champions England have won their past 18 matches and are clear favourites following record back-to-back victories over current champions New Zealand last autumn
15 Oct-19 Nov
Rugby League World Cup, England
Delayed by a year, the tournament features 61 games and separate tournaments for men, women and wheelchair players.
17 Oct-14 Nov
Cricket - Men's T20 World Cup, Australia
Australia powered to an eight-wicket victory over New Zealand to win the Men's T20 World Cup for the first time in November. England will look to do better after losing to the Black Caps in the semi-finals.
29 Oct-06 Nov
World Gymnastics Championships, Liverpool
Watch world-class athletes fly as emotions soar. Feel the suspense take you to the edge of your seat. Hold your breath as an unexpected twist sees silver turn to gold in a heartbeat. 2022
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