Two golds, one silver, two bronzes and a host of memories – the Commonwealth Games may be over for another four years but there is plenty of success to reflect on from Birmingham 2022.

Click on the links below to catch up on the highlights and check out our social media platforms for some personal reflections from athletes – and look out for upcoming reflections from some of the English umpires and workforce at the Games.

Photos by Michael Loveder

Jack Hunter-Spivey wins gold in the Men’s Class 3-5 Singles
Liam Pitchford & Paul Drinkhall retain their Men’s Doubles title
Liam Pitchford wins silver in Men’s Singles – a best ever result for England
Ross Wilson battles to bronze in the Men’s Class 8-10 Singles
England bounce back to take Men’s Team bronze

As well as the medals, there were some notable performances, including:

Tom Jarvis & Charlotte Bardsley sinking the second seeds in the Mixed Doubles
England beating Nigeria 11-9 in the deciding set of the deciding match against Nigeria in the Women’s Team event
Paul Drinkhall just missing a bronze medal in the Men’s Singles after a brilliant fightback
Sue Bailey and Fliss Pickard reaching their respective bronze medal matches
Dan Bullen getting a victory on the showcourt at his debut Games