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  1. 1. CWG GAMES COUNTDOWN BEGINS XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi 1
  2. 2. Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi• November 2003: Delhi wins bid to host Games• February 2005: Organising Committee Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi responsible for conduct and delivery of Games 2
  3. 3. Largest Ever Participation 7,000 Athletes & Team Officials 1,500 Technical officials 3
  4. 4. Important Dates 16 September - Arrival of advanced teams from CGA 23rd September -Teams check in at Village 23rd September - Opening of Main Press Centre 3rdOctober - Opening ceremony 14thOctober - Closing ceremony 4
  5. 5. Special Features in Commonwealth Games• Green Games•Longest Queen’s Baton Relay•High Definition telecast•Largest media participation•State of the art technologyacross operations Aerostat at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 5
  6. 6. Queen’s Baton Relay Longest Queen’s Baton Relay  Covering 190,000 kms 71 Commonwealth Nations 100 days in India 6
  7. 7. Green Games•3.5 million trees planted in Delhi•Energy saving fixtures and CFLs used at venues•Paper recycling•Water Conservation at all venues•Thaygaraj Stadium –A model green stadium 7
  8. 8. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 8
  9. 9. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium•Opening /Closing ceremonies•Seating capacity:60,000•Athletics•Weightlifting•Lawn Bowls•PTFE membrane roof•Earthquake resistant building 9
  10. 10. Talkatora Stadium 10
  11. 11. Talkatora Indoor Stadium BoxingVenue forCommonwealthBoxing Championshipin March 2010 Commonwealth Boxing Championship Test Event 11
  12. 12. Indira Gandhi Sports ComplexCycling, Gymnastics andWrestling•Two New Stadia constructed forCycling and Wrestling•Original Stadium for Gymnasticsrenovated•Permanent timber cycling track•Thermal insulation on roof Gymnastics test event (Federation Cup) held in 12 August 2010
  13. 13. Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium Hockey•Historic venue-built in 1933•Venue for Men’s Hockey World Cup inFeb/March 2010•Brand new synthetic hockey turfs 13
  14. 14. Thyagaraj Sports Complex NetballGreen Building Concept :•Rain water harvesting•Effluent Treatment Plant•Grid Interactive One Megawatt Solarenergy 14
  15. 15. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Aquatic Complex• World’s first pool based on Cohestrands technology from France 15
  16. 16. Games Village Residential Zone • 14 blocks, 34 towers, • 1,168 air-conditioned flats •International Zone •Training areas •Gymnasium •Fitness centre •Discotheque •20 electric buses for shuttle 16 service
  17. 17. Games Village: Ensuring a comfortable stayfor athletes 8,000 beds including 250 for Para-Sport athletesWell appointed Air Conditioned 2 to 5 bedroomapartments. 17
  18. 18. Games Village - Catering• Kitchen to serve 36,000 meals per day• International norms of hygiene• Regular food safety and food audit tests• All items to carry Nutrition & Allergic Foods information• International nutrition standards to meet special requirements• Menu from all six regions of the Commonwealth• Packed meals for athletes from Village 18
  19. 19. Press Operations•Main Press Center at Pragati Maidan Hall 12-12A•Venue Media Centers in each stadia•State of the Art facilities• New Initiatives - CATV in High-definition - Live telecast from stadia• 600 workstations•Games News Service•Press Conference Halls 19
  20. 20. Broadcasting• Host Broadcaster-Doordarshan• Largest live television coverage for any Commonwealth Games – including US and Canada• Extensive coverage through – Network 10 and FoxTel in Australia – TVNZ in New Zealand – BBC in United Kingdom – SABC in South Africa – BON in Nigeria – Asia Broadcasting Union (ABU) for key Asian Commonwealth Countries 20
  21. 21. SECURITYDelhi Police ensuring safe GamesSecurity arrangements:•Athlete security (Airport, Village etc)•Venue security (Competition and Non Competition)•In – transit security•Emergency Management 21
  22. 22. Transport• Transport at three levels-T1 & T2 cars,T3&T4 buses• Special buses with GPRS for: – Athletes – Delegates – Media• All buses with special access and seating• Specially marked lanes on key roads for speedy movement• Metro services across the city• Airport Express Line• Park and Ride facility 22
  23. 23. Ticketing Website • Comprehensive information on events, schedule, seat maps and prices • Buy tickets through debit/credit card and net banking To book tickets online log on to 23
  24. 24. Volunteers: “Face of the Games”30,000 volunteers 24