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Khelo India Youth Games 2022 | Schedule, Venue Details, When & Where to watch

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Khelo India Youth Games 2022 | With an intention to make India a global sporting giant and to utilize the immense potential of youngsters in the field of sports, the KIYG will see athletes competing in over 25 sports, including five indigenous sports – Yogasana, Mallakhamb, Kalarippayattu, Gatka, and Thang-ta.

A grand opening ceremony will mark the inauguration of KIYG on June 4, Saturday. Host Haryana & defending champion Maharashtra will face off each other in several events in a friendly battle of supremacy.

Where to watch Khelo India Youth Games 2022

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The live telecast of KIYG 2022 will be available on all TV channels associated with the Star Sports Network including Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD, Star Sports First, & Star Sports 1 Tamil TV.

Viewers can also live stream the event on OTT giant Disney+ Hotstar.

KIYG 2022 Full list of all sports categories

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Shooting, swimming, lawn tennis, table tennis, thang-ta, volleyball, weightlifting, wrestling, yogasana, archery, athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, cycling, football, gatka, hockey, gymnastics, judo, kabaddi, kalaripayattu, kho kho, lawn bowling, and mallakhamb.

Venues for the various events

  • Tau Devi Lal Complex (Panchkula, Haryana): Athletics, football, badminton, basketball, table tennis, kabaddi, handball, wrestling, volleyball, boxing, hockey
  • Cricket Stadium (Panchkula, Haryana): Kho kho, Mallakhamb, Gatka, Kalaripayattu, Thang-ta, Yogasana
  • Punjab University Grounds (Chandigarh): Archery, football
  • Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range (Delhi): Shooting
  • Cycling Velodrome (Delhi): Cycling (track events)
  • Late Lt. Mukesh Anand Sports Complex (Ambala, Haryana): Gymnastics (Rhythmic)

Khelo India Youth Games 2022 Complete Schedule

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KIYG 2022 Budget

The Haryana government on Thursday claimed that it has spent a whopping amount of Rs 250 crores to successfully hold the Khelo India Youth Games.


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Aditya Mishra
IIMC'n. National Level Athlete (400m- 50.23). Sports and Defence enthusiast. Busy decoding: "MANSHA-VACHA-KARMA"

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