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TEAM Lanarkshire won 18 medals in six sports at the three-day International Children’s Games.Read
FIVE days of fun, sport and friendship at the International Children’s Games in Lanarkshire were celebrated with a closing ceremony at Strathclyde Park on Sunday evening.Read
OVER 8000 people were at Fir Park, Motherwell, last Thursday evening for the opening of the 45th International Children’s Games.Read
HAMILTON Park will start a 50-day countdown to this summer’s 2011 Lanarkshire International Children’s Games with a raceday, next Wednesday, dedicated to the major event.Read
THE official International Children’s Games flag is now on Scottish soil after the conclusion of the International Children’s Winter Games in Canada.Read
A HAMILTON woman has been appointed lead sport psychologist to provide support to athletes competing at the International Children's Games this year.Read
THE 12-month countdown to the start of Lanarkshire’s 2011 International Children’s Games was marked last week at the Scottish Parliament and later in front of more than 7000 fans at Motherwell’s Fir Park.Read
GOLDEN boot hero Jack Leitch is hoping his performance at this year’s International Children’s Games (ICGs) can help him land a place in Motherwell’s first team.Read
TEAM Lanarkshire achieved its biggest-ever medal haul at the International Children's Games after claiming nine in Manama, Bahrain.Read
LANARKSHIRE’S 20-strong team of athletes set off early on Sunday for the 2010 International Children’s Games in Manama, Bahrain.Read
SCHOOLS across Lanarkshire are gearing up for next year’s International Children’s Games.Read
LANARKSHIRE’S 20-strong team of young athletes for the International Children's Games in Manama, Bahrain, has been named.Read
STUART White, Managing Director of Century 21 UK, is based in Coatbridge, yet he has managed to send the logo of the International Children’s Games in Lanarkshire worldwide.Read
PUPILS from Braidhurst High School in Motherwell won a competition to design Christmas cards which dropped through letter-boxes across the world – from Taipei to Ohio, USA.Read
THE Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser has thrown its weight behind the Lanarkshire 2011 International Children’s Games.Read
MOTHERWELL Athletics Club star Mhairi Hendry has become one of the faces of the International Children’s Games which are coming to Lanarkshire in 2011.Read
ROAD all about it – signs promoting the Lanarkshire 2011 International Children’s Games have gone up all across the county.Read
A MONKLANDS school was put under the microscope recently in preparation for a major sporting event in two years’ time.Read
EAST Kilbride athletes were on top form at the weekend as Emma Brown and Rachel Whittle brought home gold medals from the International Children’s Games in Athens.Read
BUDDING tennis starlet Emily Lauder has been made a cover star for the first official Lanarkshire 2011 International Children’s Games magazine.Read
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