Who opened 2010 Commonwealth Games?

Who opened 2010 Commonwealth Games?

2010 Commonwealth Games

Logo of the 2010 Commonwealth Games
Host cityDelhi, India
Opening ceremony3 October
Closing ceremony14 October
Officially opened byCharles, Prince of Wales and Pratibha Patil, President of India

Who are the New Zealand athletes at the Commonwealth Games?

Rowan Brassey has also competed at 6 games, and has won 3 medals in lawn bowls. Gary Anderson won 3 golds, 2 silvers and 3 bronze medals for New Zealand in cycling. Athlete Valerie Young has won the most gold medals (5) of any New Zealand competitor.

Who was the first New Zealander to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal?

Valerie Young (née Sloper) has won the most Empire and Commonwealth Games gold medals of any New Zealander. At the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff she won a shot put gold and a discus bronze.

How many medals did Greg Yelavich win at the Commonwealth Games?

Greg Yelavich has won a total of 12 Commonwealth Games medals – more than any other New Zealander. At Edinburgh in 1986 he won two golds and a bronze. Over the course of the next six Commonwealth Games, he won five silvers and another four bronzes.

Who are the winners of the Commonwealth Games?

Gold medal winning Black Sticks captain Stacey Michelsen given honour for Comm Games closing ceremony. Upsets continue as England topple favoured Aussies in Comm Games final. Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy win gold in the women’s doubles squash.

What did New Zealand do at the 2010 Commonwealth Games?

New Zealand competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. New Zealand sent a team of three men and three women. They competed in the compound bow individual and team events. New Zealand sent a team of 12 track and field athletes.

Which is the host city of the 2010 Commonwealth Games?

Delhi was selected as the host city of the 2010 Commonwealth Games on 14 November 2003 during the CGF General Assembly in Montego Bay, Jamaica, defeating bid from Hamilton, Canada. India’s bid motto was New Frontiers and Friendships.

Valerie Young (née Sloper) has won the most Empire and Commonwealth Games gold medals of any New Zealander. At the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff she won a shot put gold and a discus bronze.

Greg Yelavich has won a total of 12 Commonwealth Games medals – more than any other New Zealander. At Edinburgh in 1986 he won two golds and a bronze. Over the course of the next six Commonwealth Games, he won five silvers and another four bronzes.

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