2022 in sports

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2022 in sports describes the year's events in world sports. The main events for this year were the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Multi-sport events edit

Air sports edit

Alpine skiing edit

American football edit

2022 IFAF Women's World Championship edit

National Football League edit

United States Football League edit

Indoor American football edit

College Football Playoff and National Championship Game edit

2021–22 NCAA football bowl games edit

Aquatics edit

FINA edit

World Championships edit

2022 World Aquatics Championships edit
Youth and Junior Championships edit
Other discipline championships edit

2022 FINA Diving World Series edit

2022 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series edit

2022 FINA Marathon Swim World Series edit

Non-FINA Events edit

2022 Red Bull Cliff Diving edit

2022 European Aquatics Championship edit

  • August 11 – 21: in Italy Rome

Archery edit

World and Continental Championships edit

2022 Archery World Cup edit

2022 Indoor Archery World Series edit

2022 Asia Cup edit

2021 Summer World University Games edit

2022 World Games edit

Association football edit

FIFA edit

Club competitions

AFC edit

Club competitions

CAF edit

Club competitions

CONCACAF edit

Club competitions

CONMEBOL edit

Club competitions

OFC edit

Club competitions

UEFA edit

Club competitions

Athletics edit

Badminton edit

Grade 1 edit

2022 Thomas & Uber Cup edit

2022 BWF World Championships edit

  • August 21 – 28: in Japan Tokyo

Continental Championships edit

Grade 2 edit

2022 BWF World Tour edit

BWF World Tour Finals
Super 1000
Super 750
Super 500
Super 300
Super 100

Grade 3 edit

BWF International Challenge edit

BWF International Series edit

BWF Future Series edit

Bandy edit

Baseball edit

Major League Baseball edit

2022 Little League Baseball World Series edit

Basketball edit

National Basketball Association edit

National Collegiate Athletic Association edit

FIBA Africa edit

FIBA Americas edit

FIBA Asia edit

FIBA Europe edit

Men's
Women's
Regional
Men's
Women's

Basque pelota edit

Beach handball edit

AHF edit

EHF edit

2021–22 European Beach Handball Tour edit

  • January 29 & 30: Winter Prague Open Beach Handball in Czech Republic Prague
  • May 26 – 29: Camelot Beach Tournament in Netherlands Tilburg
  • June 2 – 5: AC Life StyleBeach Handball Erice in Italy Erice
  • July 1 – 3: LBHX in  France
  • July 1 – 3: Damp Beach Open in Germany Damp
  • July 14 & 15: Åhus Beachhandboll Festival in  Sweden

Beach tennis edit

2022 ITF Beach Tennis World Tour edit

BT400
BT200
  • January 21 – 23: BT200 #1 in Brazil Santos
    • Winners: Brazil André Baran & France Théo Irigaray (m) / Italy Giulia Gasparri & Italy Ninny Valentini
  • January 28 – 30: BT200 #2 in Brazil Campinas
    • Winners: Italy Michele Cappelletti & Spain Antomi Ramos Viera (m) / Venezuela Patrícia Diaz & Brazil Rafaella Miiller
  • February 4 – 6: BT200 #3 in Brazil Campinas
    • Winners: Brazil Daniel Schmitt & Spain João Wiesinger (m) / Germany Maraike Biglmaier & Spain Eva Fernández Palos
  • February 11 – 13: BT200 #4 in Brazil Matinhos
BT50
  • January 8 & 9: BT50 #1 in Mexico Puerto Morelos
    • Winners: Puerto Rico Hiram Ramos & Puerto Rico Luis Miguel Reyes Peñalverty (m) / Portugal Manuela Cunha & Germany Sophie Marie Schmidt
  • January 14 – 16: BT50 #2 in Brazil Guarapari
    • Winners: Brazil Hugo Russo & Brazil Augusto Russo (m) / Brazil Juliana Lima & Brazil Bruna Macedo
  • February 5 & 6: BT50 #3 in Chile Ránquil
    • Cancelled
BT10
  • January 7: BT10 #1 in Mexico Puerto Morelos
    • Winners: Argentina Lucas Fabeiro & Mexico Jorge Molina (m) / Portugal Manuela Cunha & Germany Sophie Marie Schmidt
  • January 13: BT10 #2 in Brazil Guarapari
    • Winners: Brazil Raphael Borges & Brazil Ronaldo Paiva (m) / Brazil Lara Albani & Brazil Brunella Paiva
  • January 15: BT10 #3 in United States Tampa
    • Winners: Venezuela Jose Castillo & Venezuela Rafael Navas Crespo (m) / Mexico Jessica Cortes & United States Jessica Sucupira
  • January 19: BT10 #4 in Brazil Santos
    • Winners: Brazil Gustavo Garbarski & Brazil Natã Porte (m) / Brazil Roberta Argentino & Brazil Julianna Martins
  • January 27: BT10 #5 in Brazil Campinas
    • Winners: Brazil Pedro Dellanegra & Brazil Ricardo Strazzacappa Barone (m) / Brazil Brenda Brissac & Brazil Camila Gouveia de Barros
  • January 28 – 30: BT10 #6 in Aruba Oranjestad
    • Winners: France Bertrand Coulet & Netherlands John Herrera (m) / Aruba Maria Buuts & Netherlands Martine van Woudenberg
  • January 29 & 30: BT10 #7 in Chile Viña del Mar
    • Winners: Chile Braulio Cortés & Chile Pablo Rojas (m) / Chile Josefa Valdivia & Chile Javiera Veloso
  • January 29: BT10 #8 in  Estonia #1
    • Winners: France Estéban Bonnet & France Benjamin Gros (m) / Estonia Kätlin Järveoja & Estonia Eneli Pormeister
  • January 30: BT10 #9 in  Estonia #2
    • Winners: France Estéban Bonnet & France Benjamin Gros (m) / Estonia Kätlin Järveoja & Estonia Eneli Pormeister
  • February 2 & 3: BT10 #10 in Chile Ránquil
    • Cancelled
  • February 3: BT10 #11 in Brazil Campinas
    • Winners: Brazil Murilo Valadares & Brazil Augusto Oliveira (m) / Brazil Giovana Lourenço Trusz & Brazil Isadora Lourenço Trusz
  • February 9 & 10: BT10 #12 in Chile Cobquecura
    • Cancelled
  • February 10: BT10 #13 in Brazil Matinhos
    • Winners: Brazil Anderson Mendonça da Silva & Brazil Matheus Montibeller (m) / Russia Sophia Romanova & Russia Polina Soldatenkova
  • February 18 – 20: BT10 #14 in Chile El Tabo
    • Cancelled
  • February 25 & 26: BT10 #15 in Chile Algarrobo #1
    • Cancelled
  • February 25 – 27: BT10 #16 in Aruba Oranjestad
  • February 27: BT10 #15 in Chile Algarrobo #2
    • Cancelled

Beach volleyball edit

2022 Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour edit

Elite 16
Challenge

2022–22 South American Continental Cup edit

Biathlon edit

Bobsleigh & Skeleton edit

  • January 9: IBSF Skeleton Junior and U20 European Championships 2022 in Germany Altenberg
    • Juniors winners: Russia Evgeniy Rukosuev (m) / France Agathe Bessard (f)
    • U20 Skeleton winners: Latvia Elvis Veinbergs (m) / Russia Polina Turina (f)
  • January 14 – 16: IBSF European Championships 2022 in Switzerland St. Moritz
  • January 14 – 16: IBSF Junior and Youth European Championships 2022 in Germany Winterberg
    • Juniors 2-man Bobsleigh winners: Germany Philipp Zielasko & Henrik Proske
    • U23 2-man Bobsleigh winners: Russia Stepan Dubinko & Aleksei Kislitsa
    • U23 2-woman Bobsleigh winners: Romania Georgeta Popescu & Antonia Sârbu
    • Juniors 2-woman Bobsleigh winners: Germany Maureen Zimmer & Anabel Galander
    • U23 4-man Bobsleigh winners:  Russia (Stepan Dubinko, Nikita Ivanov, Ilia Ivanov, Aleksei Kislitsa)
    • Junior 4-man Bobsleigh winners:  Germany (Nico Semmler, Oliver Peschk, Rupert Schenk, Marvin Paul)
    • Women's Monobob Youth winner: Romania Georgeta Popescu
    • Women's Monobob Junior winner: Romania Georgeta Popescu
  • January 21 – 23: IBSF Junior World Championships 2022 in Austria Innsbruck
    • Juniors 2-man Bobsleigh winners: Germany Maximilian Illmann & Lukas Koller
    • U23 2-man Bobsleigh winners: Germany Laurin Zern & Rupert Schenk
    • U23 2-woman Bobsleigh winners: Germany Diana Filipszki & Lauryn Siebert
    • Juniors 2-woman Bobsleigh winners: Russia Lubov Chernykh & Anastasia Kurysheva
    • Junior 4-man Bobsleigh winners:  Latvia (Dāvis Kaufmanis, Lauris Kaufmanis, Arnis Bebrišs, Ivo Dans Kleinbergs)
    • U23 4-man Bobsleigh winners:  Russia (Stepan Dubinko, Nikita Ivanov, Egor Gryaznov, Aleksei Kislitsa)
    • Women's Monobob Junior winner: Germany Maureen Zimmer
    • Women's U23 monobob winner: Slovakia Viktória Čerňanská
    • Junior Skeleton winners: Russia Evgeniy Rukosuev (m) / Germany Susanne Kreher (f)
    • U20 Skeleton winners: Germany Lukas David Nydegger (m) / Russia Anastasiia Tsyganova (f)

2021–22 Bobsleigh World Cup edit

2021–22 IBSF Women's Monobob World Series edit

2021–22 Skeleton World Cup edit

2021–22 Para Sport World Cup edit

  • November 22 & 23, 2021: Para Sport WC #1 in United States Lake Placid
    • Men's Para Bobsleigh winners: United States Robert Balk (1st) / Spain Israel Blanco (2nd)
  • December 5 & 6, 2021: Para Sport WC #2 in United States Park City
    • Here 1st Para Bobsleigh competition is cancelled.
    • Men's Para Bobsleigh #2 winner: United States Robert Balk

2021–22 IBSF Intercontinental Cup edit

  • November 13 & 14, 2021: Intercontinental Cup #1 in Canada Whistler
    • Men's Skeleton winner: Russia Evgeniy Rukosuev (2 times)
    • Women's Skeleton winners: Germany Sophia Griebel (1st) / Brazil Nicole Rocha Silveira (2nd)
  • November 23 & 24, 2021: Intercontinental Cup #2 in United States Park City
    • Men's Skeleton winners: Germany Felix Keisinger (1st) / Germany Lukas Nydegger (2nd)
    • Women's Skeleton winner: Germany Susanne Kreher (2 times)
  • December 3 & 4, 2021: Intercontinental Cup #3 in Austria Innsbruck
    • Men's Skeleton winners: China Zheng Yin
    • Women's Skeleton winner: China Zhao Dan
  • December 13, 2021: Intercontinental Cup #4 in Latvia Sigulda
    • Winners: Russia Evgeniy Rukosuev (m) / Germany Susanne Kreher (f)
  • January 5 & 6: Intercontinental Cup #5 in Germany Altenberg
    • Men's Skeleton winners: Russia Evgeniy Rukosuev (1st) / Germany Felix Seibel (2nd)
    • Women's Skeleton winner: Germany Susanne Kreher (2 times)

2021–22 IBSF Bobsleigh European Cup edit

  • November 11–14, 2021: EC #1 in Norway Lillehammer
    • 2-man Bobsleigh winners: Czech Republic Adam Dobeš / Dominik Záleský (1st) /