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2010 Commonwealth Games - Co-ordination Commission

The XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi concluded on 14 October 2010, after 12 days of intense sport competitions. The Games saw the participation of 71 Commonwealth Games Associations representing one-third of the world’s population. About 6,572 athletes and team officials competed in 17 sports and four Para Sports in 290 sessions. In the end, two new world records (Powerlifting & Athletics) and 108 new Commonwealth records were created.
(Source: Foreword from Post Games Report).

This report provides a summary of the planning and execution endeavours that went into holding the largest multi-sport event that India has ever hosted.

Part 1 of the report provides the story of 12 days of glorious of sports in photographs, and captures the human spirit that drove the delivery of the Games and participation in the competitions.

Part 2 features information on the institutional and organisational set up used to execute the Games as well as details on key stakeholders and their roles, finance and funding, and Functional Area operations including key lessons and recommendations.

Part 3 comprises budgets and details of the sport infrastructure created for Delhi 2010, including competition and training venues as well as non-competition venues by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Urban Development and Government of Delhi.

Part 4 features details of the legacy left behind for future generations by the Games, consisting of urban regeneration, upgrading of civic amenities, creation of sport infrastructure, formation of a cadre of sport managers, and the upsurge of the spirit of sport within the Indian youth.

Delhi 2010 - Post Games Report:
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