The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will be the first major multi-sport event to award more medals to women than men, organisers have announced.
Grant Robins believes the one-year delay of the Olympic Games can benefit England’s hopes of swimming success at Birmingham 2022.
Scottish IT firm NVT Group is aiming to leave a "legacy imprint" at Birmingham 2022 after being named as the official IT services provider for the next 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 City Council is set to pay more than £218 million ($282 million/€240 million) for the 2022 Commonwealth Games due to host city costs.
The Commonwealth Games Association of Jersey (CGAJ) has reappointed Jean Cross as its Chef de Mission for Birmingham 2022.
Jonathan Browning has resigned from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Board because of "growing frustration" at "a lack of transparency".
Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS) has appointed 17 of its 19 team managers for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, including some of the heroes of the Glasgow 2014 Games.
The organisers of Birmingham 2022 have announced they are searching for their first group of apprentices as part of the development of the Commonwealth Games.
Historic parks in Wolverhampton and Warwick have been chosen to host the start and finish of the road cycling events at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
An extension to the British Judo Centre of Excellence - which is situated in the West Midlands, the area hosting the Commonwealth Games in 2022 - has been approved.
The University of Birmingham has been unveiled as an official partner of Birmingham 2022, signing, what it is claimed, is the most comprehensive university partnership agreement in the history of the Commonwealth Games.
A multi-million-pound project to build the Aquatics Centre for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham will be "key" to rebuilding the local economy, according to Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands.
West Midlands arts projects have been awarded £600,000 ($780,000/€660,000) in funding through a collaboration between the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham and Spirit of 2012.
Halesowen Athletic and Cycling Club has submitted a bid to be included as a training venue for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.