Organisers have expressed confidence in the schedule for the three major construction projects for Birmingham 2022, despite the shorter build-up time to the Commonwealth Games.
CGF Coordination Commission hail working relationship between Games partners as Birmingham visit concludes
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission chair Bruce Robertson has praised the "unprecedented" working relationship with partners, putting Birmingham 2022 on course to deliver fantastic opportunities.
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) chief executive David Grevemberg hopes exploratory talks with the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) can led to innovation and creativity around how the sport may be involved with Birmingham 2022.
Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) have launched a programme to help sponsor an athlete as they seek to compete at Birmingham 2022.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) is seeking final submissions on the first draft strategic transport plan for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Zara Hyde Peters has resigned from her position on the Birmingham 2022 Board and as chair of the organisation’s Athletes’ Advisory Committee.
Bruce Robertson will lead a three-day visit to assess Birmingham 2022’s preparations after being appointed as chair of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission.
Commonwealth Games Wales (CGW) have appointed Cath Shearer as performance general team manager for Birmingham 2022.
Coaches and support staff from Wales will be based at the University of Wolverhampton's Walsall Campus during the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Project director of Birmingham 2022 Aquatics Centre claims venue still on budget despite cost increase
The project director of the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has told Councillors the budget for the venue has not overrun, despite the final costings for it having been confirmed to be at £73 million ($94 million/€85 million) – £13 million ($17 million/€15 million) more than first estimated.
Indian Olympic Association to wait for CGF's talks with ISSF before deciding on Birmingham 2022 boycott
Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Narinder Batra has revealed they will wait for next month’s meeting between the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) and the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) before taking any decision on whether to boycott the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) President Dame Louise Martin plans to attend the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Extraordinary General Assembly in Munich next month, to discuss how the sport can be involved in Birmingham 2022, she has revealed in an exclusive blog on insidethegames.
Birmingham City Council's programme director for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Neil Carney, has announced he is to leave the organisation.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) claim they are committed to working with the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to address their concerns over the omission of shooting from Birmingham 2022.
Major construction is set to begin on the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in the New Year, it has been announced, with final costings for the project now confirmed to be at £73 million ($94 million/€85 million) – £13 million ($17 million/€15 million) more than first estimated.