The interactive mosaic features a search tool to find your favourite athletes ©World Netball

World Netball has revealed a "Your Netball World" mosaic to mark two years until the Netball World Cup in Cape Town.

The mosaic is filled with more than 1,400 inspirational stories from athletes, officials and grassroots netball players from around the world.

Prominent netball stars such as England's Commonwealth Games gold medallists Beth Cobden and Eboni Usoro-Brown, South Africa's 2019 Netball World Cup 2019 player of the tournament Karla Pretorius, former England player and current Scotland head coach Tamsin Greenway, ex-Australia coach Lisa Alexander, Malawi’s Mary Waya and Uganda's Mary Cholhok have all added tiles in the mosaic.

The artwork is said to celebrate a world united by the sport.

"Working together with a group of awesome women all chasing the same goal", Cobden said in the mosaic.

"Can’t beat the friendships, fun, challenges and memories netball provides!"

As well as professional players, there are moving messages from those involved in the grassroots level of netball.

"Netball has given me the opportunity to reach out to vulnerable girls in slums, it has given the opportunity to give back to my community, the opportunity for me to grow as coach, umpire, leader and as a person helping empower young women and girls," wrote Lazarous Tembo.

Messages on the mosaic explain how valuable the sport is in communities around the world ©World Netball
Messages on the mosaic explain how valuable the sport is in communities around the world ©World Netball

Along with the mosaic, a prize draw will also take place to mark two years until the World Cup.

One lucky entrant will win a trip to South Africa to watch the competition.

World Netball will also soon be announcing a Courage Ambassador - promised to be someone who "lives and breaths netball".

The 2023 Netball World Cup will be the 15th edition of a tournament first held in 1963 in England.

It will take place from July 28 to August 6.

There have only been three winners of the competition, with Antipodean countries dominating.

Australia lead the way with 11 titles, followed by New Zealand and Trinidad and Tobago with five and one victories, respectively.

New Zealand are the reigning champions.

The mosaic can be viewed here.