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The British public has selected a further seven ‘One Step Greener’ Ambassadors from across the UK who are going above and beyond to tackle climate change. They will join the existing 13 Ambassadors, inspiring the public to go one step greener and having their stories showcased at COP26.

GB rower Melissa Wilson decided to do something to increase the impact that athletes can have on sustainability and tackling climate change and joined Champions for Earth in 2020.

Sports fans hoping to secure tickets for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games need to act fast as the main ticket ballot for the Games will close at 8pm today (Thursday September 30). There are more than one million tickets available for the Games, the biggest multi-sport event to be held in the UK since the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, with prices starting at just £8 for under 16s and £15 for adults.

Bechem United FC  and Diaspora Africa Forum in collaboration with Miracle Africa International Foundation is organizing the First Annual Football Tournament in Accra Ghana, hosting prominent football teams and scouts from various countries such as Mali, Togo, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, and France.

In an effort to make an impact in society and to showcase what young Africans have to offer Diaspora African Forum launched the initiative Education through Sport.

The British teams have been selected for the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships which are due to take place in Thailand next February.

The Championships, which were rescheduled from November due to the Pandemic, will see British teams compete in all five events: uphill and up-and-down mountain races, the junior races and the 40km and 80km trail races.

In order to ensure the 2021 campaign could be completed as safely as possible given the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vitality Netball Super League (VNSL) played out at two centralised venues (Production Park Studio 001 and the Copper Box Arena) thanks to funding from the government’s Winter Sport Survival Package. The majority of matches were played behind closed doors with spectators only permitted into the arenas from Rounds 17/18 onwards.