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A life-long Bears fan has been honoured by the Prince of Wales for his dedicated community work during the Covid pandemic and contribution to youth cricket coaching.

Tariq Ali – who’s spent 20 years volunteering to help children in the player pathway system – received his MBE from the future king during a ceremony at Windsor Castle.

Boldmere Junior School has secured £1,000 worth of building materials and a coaching session for pupils after claiming the top prize in the 2022 Selco Six4Schools campaign. Ran in conjunction with Club Sponsor Selco Builders Warehouse, the initiative saw schools across Warwickshire and the wider region get access to adult tickets for all Vitality Blast group fixtures at Edgbaston last summer at a discounted rate.

Grenada will host the highly anticipated Grenada versus USA football match in the 2022-23 CONCACAF Nations League international football tournament, th the game taking place at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium on March 24.

Currently ranked 24th in the CONCACAF ranking index, the two, along with El Salvador, are in League A Group D, while the United States is ranked 2nd behind Mexico.

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU), in collaboration with the Saudi Camel Racing Federation (SCRF), announced today that the inaugural AlUla Camel Cup will be held from March 14-17, 2023.

The tournament will crown a ‘Champion of Champions’ and will complete with a grand prize pool of USD 21.33M. With the highest prize pots in the world per round of camel racing, the tournament honours the Kingdom’s revered sport in the stunning backdrop of AlUla, a place of extraordinary human and natural heritage.

Many people from around the world are still paying their much-deserved respect to the legendary commentator John Motson OBE. Having spent an illustrious 50-year career as the sport’s leading wordsmith - ostensively with the BBC - the ‘voice of football’, popularly known as 'Motty', covered 10 World Cups, 10 European Championships and 29 FA Cup finals.

Alauda Aeronautics is seeking OEM partners to join it in a motorsport revolution, as it unveils the Airspeeder Mk4 – the world’s first, and fastest, crewed flying car.

Designed and built in Adelaide, South Australia, the Airspeeder Mk4 is the world's fastest electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Capable of reaching a top speed of 360 kph (225 mph) in just 30 seconds from a standing start, it’s designed to set the bar for performance and technology in the radical new sport of piloted Airspeeder racing. 

Ellie Baker set a new championship record to win 1500m gold on day two of the UK Athletics Indoor Championships at the Utilita Arena Birmingham on Sunday. The 24-year-old, who held off Katie Snowden to claim a maiden British title and break Zola Budd's 1986 mark with a time of four minutes 6.73 seconds, said: “I knew I was in great shape coming into the indoor season, but it hasn’t been showing in my races which for me has been super frustrating, but I kept my mindset and to come away with the Championship record and my first British Champs Gold, in my very first British Champs competing in the 1500m it’s all a lot of firsts and I’m delighted with everything. I think my coach will want me in the 1500m field more frequently after this!”

At a windswept Doha Golf Club today, Charl Schwartzel stood up to the challenging conditions firing in an opening 70 leaving him just one shot from the lead after round one in the International Series Qatar.

Teeing up for the third consecutive week on the Asian Tour, the 2011 Masters champion first played in the country 20 years ago. Reminiscing about his Doha debut, he said: “I’ve been coming here since I first got my tour card in 2003, which was my first full year out.

A great week of top-class athletics got off to a great start with a fantastic line-up of international stars lining up to take part in this, the latest edition of the UK Athletics Indoor Championships took place at the Utilita Arena, in Birmingham.

Reece Prescod and Daryll Neita proved to be two of the headline acts on day one of a weekend of great sporting and moth-watering action as the sprint king and queen claimed gold medals in their respective 60m finals - Prescod beat Jeremiah Azu and Eugene Amo-Dadzie with a time of 6.54, whilst Neita crossed the line in 7.17 seconds, ahead of Asha Philip and Alisha Rees.

A new athletics track for Utilita Arena Birmingham, purchased by Birmingham City Council, is set to host its first event this weekend in the shape of the UK Athletics Indoor Championships.

The track replaces the original, used at the city centre venue since its opening in 1991 – with the £1.7million investment acting as a catalyst for the council to secure a ten-year event partnership with UK Athletics, which underlines Birmingham’s status as the home of indoor athletics.