Join the Commonwealth Collective

Applications to volunteer at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games open today. Volunteers will form the ‘Commonwealth Collective’ – and will be based across the region during the Games. Elite athletes Ellie Simmonds, Heather Fisher and Galal Yafai surprised volunteering initiatives and grassroots sport clubs across the West Midlands to celebrate the launch. Apply at The

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England swim team to include 15 Bath Uni swimmers

Fifteen swimmers who train at the University of Bath, including seven students and Olympic and Paralympic medallists, have been named in the first-ever England Swimming Team ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The larger-than-normal team of 85 swimmers in total brings together everyone who will be considered for selection for Team England at

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University of Bath host Commonwealth Big Lunch

Some of the country’s top sportspeople joined dignitaries, students and local schoolchildren at the University of Bath today to celebrate its links to both the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. The Commonwealth Big Lunch, organised and hosted in conjunction with UK Sport, saw 130 guests enjoy food from

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Six more University of Bath athletes off to Commonwealth Games

Another six University of Bath-based athletes representing four nations in three different sports will be heading out to Australia in April to compete in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Sprinter Leon Reid has been named in the Northern Ireland athletics squad, while MJ Church ambassador Anna Hopkin (pictured above), Jessica Fullalove and Cameron Kurle

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University of Bath swimmers selected for Commonwealth Games

University of Bath-based trio James Guy, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor and Andrew Willis are among the first group of swimmers to be selected by Team England for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. All three are part of the successful high-performance British Swimming National Centre at the Sports Training Village and all won medals at the 2014

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