Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid says he is looking forward to utilising North’s "unrivalled expertise" in integrated technology to help deliver a successful Commonwealth Games in two years’ time.
Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid claimed Solihull could become a "really positive hub" of the Commonwealth Games as he confirmed 1,600 athletes and officials would be accommodated at the borough's National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been announced as the holder of domestic broadcasting rights for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham 2022 today published its daily schedule with organisers hoping to attract top athletes to the Commonwealth Games even in a condensed period of international events caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid has rejected the idea of pushing the Commonwealth Games back to 2023 after the Athletes' Village was scrapped.
Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid revealed he was "confident" of delivering the Commonwealth Games in budget despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The Board of Birmingham 2022 is to be revamped to ensure it better reflects the ethnic diversity of the English city which is hosting the next edition of the multi-sport event.
Birmingham 2022 organisers have today published an Accessibility and Inclusion Commitment, with Sarah Rennie appointed to chair the Accessibility Advisory Forum, which will evaluate whether adequate standards are being delivered.
Birmingham 2022 are expecting a busy year, with major construction projects, the finalisation of venues and development of their cultural programme.
Ticket sales for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham will be launched after next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo it was revealed today, as the English city celebrated 1,000 days until the start of the event.
Birmingham 2022 hopeful of welcoming India to Commonwealth Games despite talk of boycott over shooting's exclusion
Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid says it is the Organising Committee’s hope that it will be welcoming India to the Commonwealth Games in three years' time, despite a boycott by the country looking set to be proposed over shooting’s exclusion from the sports programme.