Welsh Paralympian Aled Davies boasts several sporting accolades to his name but one still evades his clutches – a Commonwealth
With figures hinting at a decline in participation, community projects and a new three-on-three format are driving a comeback for
SWL spoke to Mark Bantock, former England lawn bowls captain, about his silver medal triumph at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
The Archbishop of Canterbury has responded to the death of Prince Philip today, giving thanks to God for his ‘extraordinary
There are growing concerns from coaches and athletes about the impact of lockdown restrictions on non-elite athletes’ performance and wellbeing.
Bowls legend Andy Thomson MBE has announced his immediate retirement from the World Bowls Tour and now plans to coach
Katie Snowden set her sights on the European Championships after making the women’s 1500m final at the Commonwealth Games last
Cyclist Ethan Hayter raced to success at this year’s Commonwealth Games, despite only taking up the sport in 2012. The
Charles Grice has been backed to recover after the disappointment of finishing fourth in the 1500m at the Commonwealth Games.
Ken Parr Jnr has been backed to add to his Gold Coast 2018 medal haul as he prepares for the 50m
England Rugby Sevens player Richard de Carpentier has been backed to make his country proud ahead of his Commonwealth Games