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Boxing has been an integral part of the Commonwealth Games since its inclusion in the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930.
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Known as a superstar athlete across the world, Daley Thompson struck the Commonwealth Games in 1978 like a bolt of lightning from Mount Olympus.
Olivier Award winning theatre director Cora Bissett’s latest production - GRIT: The Martyn Bennett Story - has received rave reviews from Glasgow a...
For some clyde-siders, the Games have begun already.
Stories will be told, performances will enthral, and memories will be madeAs the Queen’s Baton Relay arrives back into Scotland on 14 June, perform...
Thanks to judo, reigning Commonwealth champion Simone Callender has enjoyed some incredible sporting experiences all over the world.
The Bridge is a theatrical performance which explores a family’s memories, from the present day to pre-Independence Kerala, India.Fusing storytelli...
Africa in Motion (AiM) Film Festival's ‘Sports Stories from around the African Commonwealth' is now touring across Scotland.
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