Commonwealth Games News

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Journey to the Gold Coast: Jade Lally

On the 4th April 2018 the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be getting underway on Australia's Gold Coast. In October, Team England announced which athletes had been selected to take the 75 allocated places on the athletics squad, and those athletes will now be preparing for what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams. We will be catching up with various members of the squad as they set their sights on next year's event in Queensland.

Journey to the Gold Coast: Niamh Emerson

On the 4th April 2018 the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be getting underway on Australia's Gold Coast. In October, Team England announced which athletes had been selected to take the 75 allocated places on the athletics squad, and those athletes will now be preparing for what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams. We will be catching up with various members of the squad as they set their sights on next year's event in Queensland. For some athletes this will be their first taste of a multi-sport competition, while others bring extensive experience to a squad that already boasts 18 previous Commonwealth medals.

Commonwealth Games England Para Athletics squad for 2018 Games announced

Paralympic and World champions Sophie Hahn and Kadeena Cox are among 18 para athletes announced for Team England's athletics squad for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Both starred at this summer's World Para Athletics Championships in London; Hahn winning double gold in the T38 100m and 200m, while Cox sealed the T38 400m title along with winning two further medals. They will be competing at their first Commonwealth Games in the T38 100m.

Journey to the Gold Coast: Nathan Douglas

On the 4th April 2018 the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be getting underway on Australia's Gold Coast. In October, Team England announced which athletes had been selected to take the 75 allocated places on the athletics squad, and those athletes will now be preparing for what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams. We will be catching up with various members of the squad as they set their sights on next year's event in Queensland.

Journey to the Gold Coast: Bianca Williams

On the 4th April 2018 the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be getting underway on Australia's Gold Coast. Last month, Team England announced which athletes had been selected to take the 75 allocated places on the athletics squad, and those athletes will now be preparing for what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams. We will be catching up with various members of the squad as they set their sights on next year's event in Queensland.

Journey to the Gold Coast: Laura Weightman

On the 4th April 2018 the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games will be getting underway on Australia's Gold Coast. Last month, Team England announced which athletes had been selected to take the 75 allocated places on the athletics squad, and those athletes will now be preparing for what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams. We will be catching up with various members of the squad as they set their sights on next year's event in Queensland.

Journey to the Gold Coast: Morgan Lake

Today marks the five-month countdown to the commencement of the Commonwealth Games athletics schedule in Australia's sun-drenched Gold Coast. Team England announced selections for the 75-strong athletics squad on 24th October, and those athletes will now have their sights firmly set on what is considered the competition pinnacle for England representative teams.

Commonwealth Games Selection

Selections for the Commonwealth Games England Athletics team were announced this week. We would like to wish all the selected athletes every success. There were 75 places available on the team for non-disability athletes for this Games, this being the allocation for the team after the Commonwealth Games Federation had stipulated the total team size to Commonwealth Games England. Inevitably there are athletes who have performed very well within the selection period yet have not been selected. As stated in the policy, "With a maximum team size of 75, athletes must realise gaining a selection standard, set out herein, does not guarantee an athlete selection." You can view more details here.

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