• Netball Gibraltar wins against Israel in Day one

    Netball Gibraltar wins against Israel in Day one

    • May 10, 2018

    Gibraltar started its Netball Europe Open Challenge matches with a resounding win that had an immediate personal praise from the Chief Minister and Governor who were in attendance at the match. Playing the second match of Day one of the tournament, which is being hosted at the Tercentennary Sports Hall, Gibraltar came out convincing winners

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  • Territories fail to declare conflict of interest in world cup vote

    Territories fail to declare conflict of interest in world cup vote

    • May 10, 2018

    FIFA’s four United States-governed island territories have not declared their conflict of interest in the vote for the 2026 World Cup, in an apparent breach of the bidding rules. A joint Canada, Mexico and United States bid is up against Morocco in an increasingly tense contest to stage the tournament – but none of the

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  • Premier League bid to get clubs and fans to go single-use plastic free

    Premier League bid to get clubs and fans to go single-use plastic free

    • April 27, 2018

    The Premier League has teamed up with Sky to encourage clubs and fans to stop using single-use plastics as part of efforts to tackle waste. In a new partnership, the Premier League will follow Sky’s example and work to remove single-use plastics from their own operations and supply chains in the next two years. Premier

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  • GSLA launches website as modernisation of services continues

    GSLA launches website as modernisation of services continues

    • April 25, 2018

    The Gibraltar Sports and Leisure Authority launched their official website during a short launch presentation at the Tercentenary Sports Hall on Tuesday. The website which went live yesterday will be providing users all the relevant documentation required to book allocations, apply for courses and present vital information to users. The site was launched by the

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  • Dixon beats 1500m National Record at Commonweath Games final

    Dixon beats 1500m National Record at Commonweath Games final

    • April 14, 2018

    Local athlete Harvey Dixon broke Gibraltar’s National Record in the 1500m with a time of 3:43.84 at the Commonwealth Games final today. Dixon came 11th from a field of 12 beating Australian athlete Luke Mathews to the line. Dixon became the first Gibraltar athlete to run in a Commonwealth Games Final.

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  • Gib athlete makes 1500m final as 2018 Commonwealth Games come to a close

    Gib athlete makes 1500m final as 2018 Commonwealth Games come to a close

    • April 14, 2018

    Gibraltar has made sporting history at the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games in Australia. For the first time ever a Gibraltarian athlete Harvey Dixon made the 1500m final in track and field. Dixon was set to compete this morning in the event at the Carrara Stadium Track. He had finished sixth in his heat

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