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COMM GAMES CATCH UP: 14 MARCH

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Catch up on all the happenings in Commonwealth Sport as we approach the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Commonwealth Day 2022

The countries and territories of the Commonwealth celebrate Commonwealth Day today to renew our friendship and provides a chance for us to reflect on our shared values.

This year the theme for the 2022 Commonwealth Day celebrations is ‘delivering a common future’.

Commonwealth Day 2022

The 54 countries of the Commonwealth celebrate today to renew our friendship, learn from our differences and celebrate our successes.

DAME LOUISE MARTIN: COMMONWEALTH DAY IN 2022 IS EXTRA SPECIAL FOR OUR MOVEMENT

Commonwealth Games Federation President Dame Louise Martin believes Commonwealth Day in 2022 is extra special for the Commonwealth Sport Movement sharing an important message.

DAME LOUISE MARTIN: COMMONWEALTH DAY IN 2022 IS EXTRA SPECIAL FOR OUR MOVEMENT

Commonwealth Games Federation President Dame Louise Martin believes Commonwealth Day in 2022 is extra special for the Commonwealth Sport Movement sharing an important message.

HOCKEYROOS AND KOOKABURRAS SCHEDULES FOR BIRMINGHAM 2022 GAMES REVEALED

The hockey matches for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games have been announced, with the Australian national sides setting their sights on gold.

HOCKEYROOS AND KOOKABURRAS SCHEDULES FOR BIRMINGHAM 2022 GAMES REVEALED

The hockey matches for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games have been announced, with the Australian national sides setting their sights on gold.

SPIRITED RACING IN THE MOOLOOLABA OCEANIA TRIATHLON CUP TODAY SHOWCASES SOME SHINING LIGHTS

Sydney’s rising triathlon star Matilda Offord had coach Liam O’Neill’s words ringing in her ears as she rode into transition before sprinting away to record her second win of the year in today’s Mooloolaba Triathlon Oceania Cup.

And like Loran Redmond before her, Offord too claimed the first of two automatic Under 23 Australian Team selections for the Abu Dhabi World Championships, with the other going to the ACT’s fifth placed Ellie Hoitink.

SPIRITED RACING IN THE MOOLOOLABA OCEANIA TRIATHLON CUP TODAY SHOWCASES SOME SHINING LIGHTS

Rising triathlon star Matilda Offord takes out her second victory in 2022 in an exciting weekend of Triathlon competition as Australia’s best triathletes begin to target Commonwealth Games trials.

HIGH JUMPER PATTERSON CHASING INDOOR GOLD

In-form high jumper Eleanor Patterson and Tokyo Olympics decathlon bronze medallist Ash Moloney are among a 15-strong Australian team for the world indoor athletics championships in Belgrade.

Glasow 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Patterson has made a flying start to the year as the overall winner of the World Indoor Tour in the women’s high jump.

HIGH JUMPER PATTERSON CHASING INDOOR GOLD

A 15-strong Australian team will be donning the green and gold for the world indoor athletics championships in Belgrade.

GLASGOW LONG JUMPER TURNED PARA-SKIER ANDERSON MAKES SUMMER-WINTER PARA DOUBLE

Rae Anderson, who competed in the F37/38 long jump at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and then went on to compete in the javelin and discus at the Rio 2016 Paralympics, will become the seventh Australian to compete in both a summer and winter Paralympics.

GLASGOW LONG JUMPER TURNED PARA-SKIER ANDERSON MAKES SUMMER-WINTER PARA DOUBLE

Glagsow 2014 team member Rae Anderson becomes only the seventh Australian to compete in both a Summer and Winter Paralympics.

EWAN POWERS THROUGH TO STEAL STAGE WIN

Glasgow 2014 Team Member Caleb Ewan has survived mechanical issues to win his third stage of the season with a late dash in the third stage of Tirreno-Adriatico.

The Australian, riding for Lotto Soudal, broke in the last few yards to win a sprint finish in the Umbrian town of Terni.

He came from behind on the cobblestoned incline to steal victory from Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) and Olav Kooij.

EWAN POWERS THROUGH TO STEAL STAGE WIN

The Glasgow 2014 Team Member continues his stellar start to the 2022 season to win the third stage of Tirreno-Adriatico.

BIG HURDLING YEAR AHEAD FOR LIZ CLAY

For Australia’s leading sprint hurdler Liz Clay, the timing of her indoor racing debut could hardly be better.

Fresh off a career-best year when she set a personal best on her Olympic debut and just missed out on a berth in the Tokyo Games final, the Queenslander is targeting three major championships in 2022.

BIG HURDLING YEAR AHEAD FOR LIZ CLAY

The 2022 season is shaping to be a massive year for hurdling star Liz Clay as she takes aim at three major events including the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Game

YOUNG BOXING STAR WINWOOD SPARRING TOWARDS HIS BIRMINGHAM GAMES GOLD MEDAL GOAL

Decorated Australian amateur star Alex Winwood has linked up with Tony Tolj headed up Dragon Fire Boxing as he readies himself for a Gold medal attempt at the Commonwealth Games.

Winwood has stood out in the amateurs, and gets set to embark on the pro ranks in the near future.

YOUNG BOXING STAR WINWOOD SPARRING TOWARDS HIS BIRMINGHAM GAMES GOLD MEDAL GOAL

Australian boxing star Alex Winwood is working with Commonwealth Games Australia alumni Jason and Andrew Moloney as he continues working towards the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

VOLLEYSLAM AND INTERNATIONAL PRO TOUR TO CREATE BIGGEST BEACH VOLLEYBALL FESTIVAL IN AUSTRALIAN HISTORY

Volleyslam is returning to the Gold Coast in two weeks, with the festival of beach volleyball to be even bigger in 2022 with the announcement that the FIVB Beach Pro Tour Futures event to be part of the line-up.

Volleyslam brings together three marquee events from Volleyball Australia that includes the premier Australian Beach Volleyball Tour (ABVT) as well as the Australian Youth Beach Volleyball Championships and the Australian Beach Volleyball Schools Cup, two events designed to unearth the next generation of talent.

VOLLEYSLAM AND INTERNATIONAL PRO TOUR TO CREATE BIGGEST BEACH VOLLEYBALL FESTIVAL IN AUSTRALIAN HISTORY

The festival of beach volleyball to be even bigger in 2022 with the announcement that the FIVB Beach Pro Tour Futures event to be part of the line-up.

THE FAMILY & FANS TOUR TO THE BIRMINGHAM 2022 COMMONWEALTH GAMES

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will take place from 28 July to 8 August 2022.

To be in the stands in Birmingham supporting the Australian Team, for the first time Australian families and fans will be able to access group tickets for all events at the Commonwealth Games.

The Family & Fans Tour ensures Australian families and fans can sit and cheer together, stay together and play together at the Birmingham Games.

Tour packages are available; however, numbers are limited.

Bookings are now open, learn more about the Family & Fans Tour below.

BIRMINGHAM 2022 FAMILY & FANS TOUR

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is coming – and you could be there to witness history in the making.

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