Officials in Tokyo are reportedly making plans to increase water levels in reservoirs to meet an increased demand during next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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A host for the 2026 Commonwealth Games could be announced a year later than normal, with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) stressing the need to find the right partner.
Gold Coast Mayor would provide facilities but not finances to potential South East Queensland Olympic bid
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GAISF considers establishing office to lobby European Union and create framework over third-party organisers
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Exclusive: CGF write to IAAF over controversial new regulations affecting double Commonwealth Games champion Semenya
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Sport Event Denmark receive ideas on how sport can contribute to UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development
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