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Seven new members appointed to CGF Anti-Doping and Medical Commission

London, July 21, 2021: The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Executive Board has confirmed seven new members for its Anti-Doping and Medical Commission following an open recruitment process that saw successful candidates appointed from all six regions of the Commonwealth. The new additions to the Commission will be Dr Sonia Johnson, Grenada, Dr

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CGF CoCom state Birmingham 2022 fully on track to stage world class event

London, June 4, 2021: The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission have stated they are confident that Birmingham 2022 is fully on track to stage a fantastic sporting competition that will be an incredible showcase of the city, the West Midlands and the UK. The Coordination Commission (CoCom) is responsible for delivery

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CGF Coordination Commission set for latest review of Birmingham 2022

London, May 28, 2021: Commencing next week, the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission will undertake its latest review of Birmingham 2022 preparations. The Coordination Commission (CoCom) is responsible for delivery oversight of the Commonwealth Games and tasked with monitoring the Games to ensure it is delivered to scope, schedule and budget.

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Cricket First Sport to Announce Qualifiers for Commonwealth Games

London, April 26, 2021: Cricket is the first discipline to announce qualifying teams for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games as the sport makes a landmark re-entry to the prestigious multi-sport event scheduled from 28 July to 8 August next year. The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) made

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CGF launch global search for new Chief Executive Officer

London, March 19, 2021: The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has today launched the global search for a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the organisation through the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and beyond. The CGF is the global governing body responsible for the Commonwealth Games, the Commonwealth Youth Games and delivering

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David Grevemberg to depart Commonwealth Games Federation

London, February 9, 2021: David Grevemberg will be leaving his role as Chief Executive Officer at the Commonwealth Games Federation on 5 March. David has served in this position since November 2014 following his tenure at the helm of the successful Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. During this time, David worked to help

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Dates for expanded AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022 confirmed

Kuala Lumpur, January 28, 2021: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022TM have today confirmed that the upcoming edition of Asia’s most prestigious women’s tournament will take place from January 20 to February 6. The AFC Women’s Asian Cup India

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CGF CoCom praise “flexibility and resilience” of Birmingham 2022 in facing COVID-19 challenges

London, December 8, 2020: The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission has praised the flexibility and resilience of Birmingham 2022 in handling the significant challenges created by COVID-19. The CGF Coordination Commission (CoCom) is responsible for delivery oversight of the Commonwealth Games and task with monitoring Games delivery to scope, schedule and

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CGF Coordination Commission set for virtual review of Birmingham 2022

London, December 2, 2020: The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission will be receiving its latest updates on Birmingham 2022 preparations through a series of virtual sessions over the coming week. The Coordination Commission (CoCom) is responsible for delivery oversight of the Commonwealth Games and is tasked with monitoring Games delivery to

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Greg Barclay elected as independent ICC Chair

Dubai, Nov 25, 2020: Barclay, an Auckland-based commercial lawyer, has been a director of New Zealand Cricket (NZC) since 2012 and is currently NZC’s representative on the board of the International Cricket Council. He will step down from his position at NZC to lead the ICC in an independent capacity. He was