The many tributes from the world of sport have already demonstrated what an important part it had played in the life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday aged 99.
Double Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Ollie Willars of England has announced his retirement from hockey to focus on his new business.
Commonwealth Games Federation (GCF) President Dame Louise Martin has claimed that Prince Philip "will forever be remembered for a lifetime of dedicated service to the Commonwealth", after the former CGF leader died age 99.
Nicola Philips will serve as the Wales Chef de Mission for the second Commonwealth Games in a row after landing the role for Birmingham 2022.
Dominican high jumper Brendan Williams has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Athletes Advisory Commission (AAC).
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) and insidethegames.biz have launched an exciting new partnership to tell inspiring Commonwealth Sport stories in the lead-up to Birmingham 2022.
The International Netball Federation (INF) has decided to delay the qualification deadline for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games organisers have released a national legacy plan, outlining a series of Games' firsts designed to leave a lasting, positive impact on jobs, skills, education, culture, physical activity and investment across the West Midlands and United Kingdom.
A bull adorned with a patchwork of multi-coloured hexagons called Perry has been revealed as the official mascot of next year’s Commonwealth Games.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has formally launched its search for a new chief executive, following the departure of David Grevemberg.
There is a "very strong will" within Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) to stage the multi-sport event in the "not too distant future."
Heavyweight boxer David Nyika, twice Commonwealth Games champion, is set to make his Olympic debut for New Zealand at this summer’s scheduled event in Tokyo.
Bermuda has appointed Donna Raynor as its Chef de Mission for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Today we are celebrating 500 days to go until Birmingham 2022, and we’re using this milestone to announce that, thanks to a partnership with Severn Trent, Birmingham 2022 will be the first-ever carbon-neutral Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham 2022 could become the first carbon-neutral Commonwealth Games, with organisers pledging sustainability in partnership with water company Severn Trent.