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Birmingham 2022 will allow athletes to make “positive expressions” of values

Commonwealth Games Federation president Dame Louise Martin. (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games)

The Commonwealth Games Federation will allow athletes to make “positive expressions” of their values at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games later this year.

The CGF has unveiled a set of “athlete advocacy guiding principles” for competitors at the quadrennial event. The principles aim to “collectively amplify the athlete voice” across the Commonwealth Games movement.

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