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Cape Town will experience the Barclays Premier League like never before when the official fan park, Barclays Premier League Live comes to the Mother City. Soccer fans will get the chance to get up close and personal with the Barclays Premier League Trophy, meet former players, visit team tents and watch matches live on a giant 118-square-metre screen.

Britain’s greatest ever distance runner and double Olympic champion Mo Farah will compete at the Birmingham Diamond League on Sunday June 5 in an event which will act as the launchpad to his Olympic defence. Farah has targeted the meeting at the Alexander Stadium as one of his major stepping stones as he bids to defend his Olympic record when the Games open in Rio, exactly two months later, on August 5.

Gold medal sprinter, Britain's Adam Gemili will be facing some of the fastest men on the planet later this month at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix. The latest star to be added to the starting list for the worlds number one indoor athletics meeting, Gemili will face Britain’s reigning World and European Indoor 60m Champion Richard Kilty, 2015 world 100m bronze medallist Trayvon Bromell from the USA, and former world and Commonwealth champion, Kim Collins from Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Boxing Legend Frank Bruno MBE, World Heptathlon Champion Jessica Ennis-Hill CBE, and F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton were winners on the night at the Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA). Held at the stunning JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London, the star studded event was attended by sports personalities from far and wide including former England Football International Sol Campbell, England Womens Football International Eni Aluko and IBF Super Middleweight boxing champion James DeGale.

Sport Industry Group has named Warwickshire County Cricket Club's hosting of the third Investec Ashes Test Match at Edgbaston in the shortlist for Best Entertainment Experience at the prestigious BT Sport Industry Awards 2016. Edgbaston is the only cricket venue to be shortlisted within the 13 award categories, which includes a variety of outstanding campaigns, sponsorships, programmes, brands and activations entries from several different sports.

Reigning Formula 1 world champion Hamilton will go head-to-head with James DeGale, the IBF World super-middleweight champion, and Yorkshire and England all-rounder Adil Rashid, for the coveted Sportsman of the Year award tonight at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards in London.

On Saturday, February 13, Los Angeles will host the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials Marathon where the best athletes in the country will gather to compete for the opportunity to represent the United States at the Rio 2016 Olympics. On the following day, Sunday, February 14, the city will present the 31st Annual Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon. Both events will take runners through iconic Los Angeles neighborhoods adjacent to some of the city's famous landmarks and attractions.

Birmingham footballer Jai Verma who grew up as a child in two cities Birmingham and Wolverhamton has become the first UK footballer to travel to Dubai and join the highest rank football club based in the UAE Al Shabab which he will be travelling in less than one week. He has not only accomplished most things people would dream to do but establish a career that most young footballers would dream to do.

Britain’s gold medal sprinter Adam Gemili will face some of the fastest men on the planet at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix later this month. He is the latest star attraction to be added to the start list for the world’s number one indoor athletics meeting and will face Britain’s reigning World and European Indoor 60m Champion Richard Kilty, 2015 world 100m bronze medallist Trayvon Bromell from the USA, and former world and Commonwealth champion, Kim Collins from Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Nigeria has won the U23 African Championship and will go to this year’s Olympic Games in Brazil as continental champions after defeating Algeria 2-1 in the final played in Senegal.   After both teams won their semi finals, they automatically qualified for the Rio 2016 football tournament and played the final to determine who was top dog. In the third/fourth place play-offs, South Africa beat hosts Senegal 3-1 on penalties after playing a goalless draw, to clinch the third African slot.

The Laureus World Sports Awards, which celebrate the outstanding achievements of sportsmen and sportswomen around the world, will return to Europe in 2016. The Awards will be hosted in Germany for the first time, held in Berlin on April 18, 2016. In front of a global television and online audience, the Awards will be attended by the biggest names in sport, both past and present.

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.”

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.

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.

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.