22/05/2018

Commonwealth Games stars and UKAD Clean Sport Week

  British athletes, including some Commonwealth medallists, were at Loughborough University today offering advice to students as part of UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD) Clean Sport Week. Cyclist […]
23/04/2018

Commonwealth Games stars and UKAD Clean Sport Week

British athletes, including some Commonwealth medallists, were at Loughborough University today offering advice to students as part of UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD) Clean Sport Week. Cyclist Callum […]
23/04/2018

Social Media Policy

Mobile phones, text messaging, e-mail and other forms of electronic communication, have become a regular feature of everyday life, including the sporting landscape.   Within our Association, […]
18/04/2018

21st April Homecoming parade in Birmingham

Preparations are now taking place to welcome home the England Gold Coast athletes and mark the start of the road to the Commonwealth Commonwealth Games in […]
16/04/2018

Summary of Gold Coast 2018 – Wrestling

Wales take the Home Nation Wrestling Gold Coast honours with 2x medals from 2x athletes and one of those a Silver. Congratulations to Kane Charig on […]
14/04/2018

Ian Wiggett appointed Secretary General of Commonwealth Wrestling Committee

  In a meeting of the Commonwealth Wrestling Committee, Ian Wiggett was appointed as Secretary General. The Committee met in the afternoon of the 3rd day […]
14/04/2018

Day 3: Eslami Bronze for England

  Syerus Eslami completed a hat-trick of 3 Bronze medals for Team England. Syerus defeated David Conteh in his 86kg Bronze medal match by VSU, 11 – […]
13/04/2018

Day 2: Kane Charig medal in the bag

  Kane Charig (WAL) will wrestle for gold.  This assures Wales of its first Wrestling finals appearance in Commonwealth Games history and thus its best result […]
13/04/2018

Day 2: Silver for Wales; Bronze for England

  In the 65kg quarter-finals, Kane Charig and Charlie Bowling met each other, Kane defeating Charlie.  Ultimately, both came away with medals. In the Gold medal […]