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Glasgow 2014: The Legacy

Four years ago Glasgow was given the opportunity to show off their city that they can do the same job as London in representing an event that involves top athletes like Sir Bradley Wiggins. 578 more words


Where's the line between volunteering and exploitation?

IT’S Saturday morning, I’m at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow, and there’s an excited buzz in the air. It’s Commonwealth Games audition day, and a couple of hundred eager folk are getting ready to meet the choreography team tasked with staging opening and closing ceremonies to wow the world. 920 more words


Commonwealth Archery Benefits Society

In this post I am going to reveal something about my archery campaign that I hope that you will embrace with intelligence. I am a political activist and I have got my allies in government to accept archery as a sport worthy of the government’s attention. 951 more words

Queen's Baton relay to visit university

by Craig Wright

The Queen’s Baton will visit the University of Stirling this August, as part of the wider relay in the run-up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. 311 more words


Brig's favourite female sporting moments

To celebrate Women’s Sport Week 2017, we asked the good people of Brig for their favourite moments from women’s sport. From famous moments to current idols, here are their responses… 1,135 more words