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.
International Floorball Federation (IFF) secretary general John Liljelund hopes the 2022 World Games in American city Birmingham will help boost the sport in the United States.
The International Bowling Federation (IBF) and the International World Games Association (IWGA) have welcomed the decision to install Edge String technology into the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) ahead of 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.
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.
The Alabama Department of Transport (ALDOT) has confirmed its CityWalk BHAM project, which is set to include a space with a variety of parks, a marketplace and other infrastructure, has been delayed, but it is still set to open before the city hosts the 2022 World Games.
The Birmingham 2022 Cultural Festival has received a £1 million ($1.39 million/€1.16 million) funding award from a London 2012 legacy charity to enable 300 young people across the West Midlands to co-create a series of dance performances for the Commonwealth Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland has set up an Athletes’ Advisory Commission (AAC) consisting of five representatives who have competed for their country at a range of Games.
Residents and community groups have been given the opportunity apply for a slice of a £2 million ($2.8 million/€2.3 million) fund designed to help people feel involved in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham 2022 Board’s diversity issues are a thing of the past after move in a "positive direction", Agbeze claims
England netball star Ama Agbeze believes the Birmingham 2022 Board’s diversity issues are behind it and that the focus can now be on putting on a Commonwealth Games that represents society.
Birmingham 2022 chief executive Ian Reid has admitted the resignation of David Grevemberg from the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) "did come as a surprise" and believes he will be missed by the Organising Committee.