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The Pro Bowl, contributes $26.2-million in tourist spending to Hawaii’s economy and generates $2.8-million in state tax revenue, and after losing the bid to host the game for one year, the Pro Bowl is coming back to the Aloha State. “This will be the 35th time that Hawaii has hosted the Pro Bowl and it never gets old for the players. We’re going to have an exciting week of fun and festivities and when it’s over, we’ll start the planning to make the Pro Bowl even more successful in 2017.”

Primary school girls in Wolverhampton are being invited to join a new netball programme at the City's new £6 million Youth Zone. Girls in school years 4, 5 and 6 are being promised a fast and fun-packed introduction to the world's most popular female team sport at the School Street facility - known as The Way - which opened its doors last weekend. Leading the sessions is Youth Zone General Manager, Alice Davey- one of the Region's most highly-qualified netball coaches and a Loughborough Graduate.

The organisers of London 2017 – the IAAF and IPC World Athletics Championships – today announced a priority opportunity for people who form the grassroots of athletics to have the chance to attend the global event next year. The ‘athletics family’ – comprising of club members, coaches, volunteers and supporters – have all been invited to register for a priority purchase window to buy tickets for the biggest sporting event to be staged at the former Olympic Stadium since the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

One lucky member of the public will secure a £150 per hour job as a ‘hidden paintball sniper’ – a key and painful obstacle in the world’s first ‘mud run’ to be ran exclusively at night. The successful applicant will also be given pre-event sniper training by ex-SAS marksmen, in readiness for its first race on the 16th April 2016. In a particularly unique job ad, Night Games Races hopes to recruit a paintball sniper to join its sniper team, for the first race on the 16th April 2016 at Deene Park, Northamptonshire.

Action for Children is looking for runners to join its IAAF World Half Marathon team ahead of the prestigious event taking place in Cardiff on March 26th.  The event is the perfect opportunity for runners of all ages and abilities to run in the footsteps of champions, as this mass participation event is being run simultaneously to the elite race, for the first time ever in the UK.

Birmingham City Ladies Football Club (BCLFC) has announced renowned businessman Tim Andrews as CEO, with immediate effect. The appointment of Tim Andrews marks a new era for BCLFC, which remains in the highest division of women’s football in England, the FA Women’s Super League. In the role of CEO, Tim Andrews will be responsible for off-field activities, particularly developing the club in an ever-increasingly competitive and financially demanding climate.