The six countries that will compete in the wheelchair rugby tournament at next year’s World Games in Birmingham in Alabama have been announced.
A former United States Army sergeant injured in Iraq has been named as the latest honorary co-chair of net year’s World Games in Birmingham in Alabama.
Olympic bobsleigh champion Vonetta Flowers has been announced as the third honorary co-chair of the Birmingham 2022 World Games.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) will play a major part in the hosting of the 2022 World Games, the local Organising Committee has announced after signing a large-scale cooperation agreement.
The International Federation of American Football (IFAF) has announced the 2021 Flag Football World Championships will feature a record 42 teams.
The softball competition at the Birmingham 2022 World Games will take place at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex, organisers have announced.
Alabama, the state due to host the World Games in Birmingham next year, has passed a bill banning transgender youth from participating in school sports consistent with their gender identity.
Birmingham 2022 has announced Oak Mountain State Park, Barber Motorsports Park and John Carroll Catholic High School as the latest venues for the World Games.
Birmingham 2022 World Games organisers have partnered with Vulcan Materials Company, which will now act as the official sustainability sponsor for the event.
International Floorball Federation (IFF) secretary general John Liljelund hopes the 2022 World Games in American city Birmingham will help boost the sport in the United States.
The International Bowling Federation (IBF) and the International World Games Association (IWGA) have welcomed the decision to install Edge String technology into the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) ahead of Birmingham 2022.
A search for young singers to form the World Games 2022 Youth Choir has been launched in Birmingham in Alabama.
Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) and Avondale Park have been confirmed as venues for next year’s World Games in Birmingham in the United States.
The Alabama Department of Transport (ALDOT) has confirmed its CityWalk BHAM project, which is set to include a space with a variety of parks, a marketplace and other infrastructure, has been delayed, but it is still set to open before the city hosts the 2022 World Games.
Local high school athletes will benefit following the Birmingham Organising Committee for The World Games 2022 (TWG2022) announcement that Alfa Insurance will be its latest corporate partner.