In just 30 days time the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton Relay will arrive from Malta the 63rd country of its 71 Commonwealth destinations. Gibraltar will provide an integral link when it welcomes the baton as it travels on one of the most engaging relays in the world. The baton is currently travelling through Jamaica.
The Gibraltar FA will be holding a Junior Camp over the Easter school holidays. The camp will take place from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th of April starting at 0930hrs running through to 1230hrs, at the Victoria Stadium.
There is a maximum of 80 places available for children from the ages of 6 to 11yrs. The fee for the three days is £15.00 and this includes certificates and memento for each child at the end of the camp.
The Minister for Sports, Steven Linares, and Minister for Equality and Social Services, Samantha Sacramento, have sent the following message to the Gibraltar Special Olympics team:
The GFA has today published an advertorial in local newspapers providing further information on the Europa Point Stadium proposal.
Special Olympics Gibraltar swimmers arrived today triumphant after their participation in the Princess Charlene Swimming Meeting which was held in Monaco. 28 European countries and South Africa competed in a two-day event.