Commonwealth Games project aims to attract one million children and young people across the Midlands to sports

An important announcement was unveiled ahead of the Commonwealth Games, aiming for the sporting future of Birmingham and the West Midlands to showcase at the upcoming 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. It is a great initiative to bring the young athletes, hometown heroes, sports, activities, into these mainstream sports events.

Commonwealth 2022 Games project aims to get one million children and young people into sports. Bring the Power program was organized at the Lighthouse Young People’s center to give the young people of age group five to twenty-five years. a chance to participate in sports, cultures, and arts.

2022 Commonwealth Youth Manifesto
Commonwealth Games project aims to attract one million children and young people across the Midlands to sports

Coventry’s Siobhan Fitzpatrick expressed her views about the outlet stating “As a disabled person growing up, I didn’t feel like I fit in any community and didn’t know what to do”.
Alton Brown, Head of Youth Programme and Policy For Birmingham 2022, has represented his nation in the Karate sports event at the Jamaica and England commonwealth games. He was the one who illustrated the aim as well as the location of the program.

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Kevin Redmond, one of the top performers from the host town Birmingham was present at the event and too expressed his desire to be a part of a hometown hero ahead of the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

He remain as the head coach of the cerebral palsy squad until last year and during his tenure, the squad performed exceptionally well-remaining unbeaten for two consecutive years and he felt humbled when he was appointed for the program at the 2022 event. Some of the teenage members, Madeeha, Hassan, Romaysa, and Fiza shared their views and issues within the city, where Madeeha also advised those looking to have a career in media and journalism.

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