Sports meets, which is the official term for a big sporting event held at the Olympics, have been a huge hit with fans of both the Olympics and the UK, and are expected to continue to be a major draw.
But the sport itself is more than just the Olympics.
And with the 2019 Commonwealth Games set to be held in Glasgow, it could be a good time to get started on the sport you want to watch.
A guide to the 2019 games:The Games of 2019 have been officially announced on Monday by the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee (COGC), which includes the organisers of the 2020 London Games.
It is the first time in history that the Games will be held at a venue that is not an Olympic venue.
The event is being held on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow as a result of a £100m investment from the Scottish Government and the Commonwealth to help fund the construction of a new stadium.
The venue is the biggest sporting venue in the world and will be the home of Scotland’s national football team.
It will be located in the centre of Glasgow, where the stadium will be used to host the first and only international Rugby Union World Cup in Scotland, and will host Scotland’s rugby world cup in 2019.
It is also the home to the world’s only football stadium and is a key venue for rugby, football and ice hockey.
The Commonwealth Games will feature six international competitions, including the Women’s Rugby Sevens World Cup, the European Championships, the World Rugby Championships and the European Cup.
The event will also feature a number of international sporting events, including Rugby Seven and Women’s Ice Hockey Championships, and an Olympics Qualifying Tournament.
The UK Government and Glasgow City Council also announced the funding that will be provided for the event, including a £50m investment in 2019, the Glasgow City Region has also committed £1.3m to the event.
The 2019 Commonwealth Sports Meet is expected to attract around 4,000 spectators, the majority of whom will be from Scotland.
The full schedule of the event is expected by the end of 2019.
The Games are a huge opportunity for Glasgow to become the world capital of sport, and we’re delighted to see the Commonwealth Government and Scottish Government taking this step to make it the most important event in Glasgow for the coming years.