Kiwi drives radical Commonwealth Games reform

Kiwi drives radical Commonwealth Games reform
Katie Sadleir plans on shaking up the Games (Image: Getty)
Trevor McKewen
At a glance:Kiwi Katie Sadleir is driving profound change at the Commonwealth Games Federation.E-sports, surfing and other previously niche sports are now being considered for future inclusion.Hosting costs have been shredded and multi-city bids are being encouraged.The changes are inspiring New Zealand officials to consider hosting another Games. New Zealand is set to have a profound influence on the overdue reshaping of the Commonwealth Games.Two key factors will drive Kiwi input into dragging the anachronistic four-yearly multi-sport fe...

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