Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games is an international multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. The event was first held in 1930, and has taken place every four years since then. Athletes with a disability are also included as full members of their national teams, making the Commonwealth Games as the first fully inclusive international multi-sport event.

It is also the world’s first multi-sport event which inducts equal number of women’s and men’s medal events and was implemented recently in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. With such unique features, the World Economic Forum called the event inspiring and significant.

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Lawn Bowls Team for Birmingham Commonwealth Games Announced

The Maltese Olympic Committee announced the Lawn Bowls Team for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Malta will be competing…
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Maltese Weightlifters book their berth at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games

The Maltese Olympic Committee announced its first members of its contingent to the Commonwealth Games which will take place in…
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Commonwealth Sport Pride Network launched to positively champion LGBTQ+ inclusion

The Commonwealth Sport Pride Network has today been launched to positively champion and enable LGBTQ+ inclusion at the Commonwealth Games…
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Meet The Game Changers – Jake Vella

Animal Charities and Environmental Activist Jake Vella is a young athlete battling a rare condition called ROHHAD (Rapid-onset Obesity with…