The sport and venue programme for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games was confirmed and celebrated here today with 17 sports set to take place over 11 days of competition at venues across the host city and throughout the West Midlands and beyond in four years' time.
England Netball have announced that 130,700 adult women have started playing the sport or are playing it more often as a result of the country's Commonwealth Games gold medal at Gold Coast 2018.
Birmingham 2022 have launched a consultation period where local people will be given the chance to shape the next edition of the Commonwealth Games.
An airport landing tax is the latest suggestion being floated to help Birmingham try to raise money to help fund the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Kigali in Rwanda will host next year's Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) General Assembly, it was announced today.
Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) will invite cities in the country to express interest in hosting the 2030 event in November.
Gold Coast 2018 fell short of its own service standard goal for commercial revenue and target market engagement, it has been reported.
Birmingham, host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, will receive £165 million ($215 million/€185 million) from the British Government to build their Athletes' Village, it was announced today.
The newly-appointed Organising Committee Board for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have met for the first time in the English city.
Representatives from the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) visited Adelaide and toured potential venues as the Australian city considers a potential bid for the 2026 Games.
British tourist cleared of grievous bodily harm following confrontation with former Australian rugby sevens captain
A British tourist has been found not guilty of assaulting Australia's James Stannard in an incident which saw the former rugby sevens captain ruled out of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Parkwood Precinct which hosted the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village in April is now subject to an urban renewal project which will transform it into a retail and residential hub.
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee is to send AUD$35 million ($25 million/€22 million/£20 million) in savings back to State Government, but debates over how the money should be spent continue.
Boxer Jessie Lartey, Ghana’s only medallist at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, has received a $2,000 (£1,500/€1,700) financial reward from his Government.
Organisers have defended the process which led to a velodrome in London being selected for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.