The AFL Grand Final sprint has quickly become one of the biggest entertainment moments of the big day and the 2022 version looks poised to produce another upset.
Patrick Dangerfield and Rhys Stanley will line up for the Cats against the Swans, but both have tasted success before in the sprint.
Watch massive coverage of Fox Footy’s Grand Finals Day on Kayo, including the Grand Finals Breakfast, Longest Kick Competition, and live pre-game with full analysis from the best team in the business. New to Kayo? Try 14 days free >
Dangerfield is the only player to win the sprint three times, no player having gone in a row since Dangerfield’s last win in 2013.
St Kilda’s Brad Hill will be seeking revenge after finishing second to Geelong’s Jordan Clark in 2020.
The Sprint will take place before the 2022 Grand Final. Pre-match festivities and entertainment begin at 1:25pm with a Welcome to Country by Uncle Colin Hunter Jr.
The Grand Final is scheduled to start at 2:30pm (AEST) and is broadcast live on Channel 7 and 7plus.
WHO IS RUNNING IN THE AFL GRAND SPRINT FINAL?
Adelaide Ravens: Sam Berry
Brisbane Lions: Darcy Wilmot
Carlton: Matt Cottrell
Collingwood: Isaac Quaynor
Essendon: Jake Kelly
Fremantle: Karl Worner
Geelong Cats: Shannon Neale
Gold Coast Suns: Mabior Chol
GWS Giants: Leek Aleer
Hawthorn: James Blanck
Melbourne: Kade Chandler
North Melbourne: Luke McDonald
Port Adelaide: Miles Bergman
Richmond: Hugo Ralph Smith
St Kilda: Brad Hill
Sydney Swans: Corey Warner
West Coast Eagles: Patrick Naish
Western Bulldogs: Laitham Vandermeer
Originally published as Who runs in the 2022 AFL Grand Final sprint?