Commonwealth games

Experience the thrill and camaraderie of the Commonwealth Games. Explore top moments, records, and inspiring stories from past editions of this prestigious sporting event.
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The Birmingham Commonwealth Games Steering Group has submitted its Preliminary Questionnaire response for bidding to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). Birmingham can demonstrate the very best of Global Britain to the world with this bid, which showcases its strengths of youth and diversity alongside its world […]

Claire Page
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Our Commonwealth Games printables will hopefully help you get the kids really excited and involved with this wonderful sporting event, which brings together so many countries to compete only every four years. We've got posters, bookmarks, bunting and so much more to explore and enjoy with the kids below.

Kristy Northcroft
Sam's Flags: CG1: Commonwealth Games Colouring Pages, Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Ideas, Commonwealth, Queen, Flags Of The World, Countries And Flags, British Empire Flag

Now that the official countdown to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has begun, I think I will do a series of Games related posts over the coming months. First a little background into the Games. The Commonwealth Games is an international, multi- sport event that involves athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations, its a little like a mini Olympics. Although there are 53 members states of the commonwealth about 70 teams take part, as many of the dependencies and territories of those…

Deb Karanzoulis
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Interabang attempts to distinguish this set from previous stamp collections through “abstract illustrations” and “shards of colour”.

Andy Vail