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1 An Overview XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi

2 Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi November 2003: Delhi won the bid to host the 2010 Games February 2005: The Organising Committee Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi (OC CWG 2010 Delhi) was formed

3 Confirmed participation from all 71 CGAs. Biggest multisport event ever conducted in India since the Asian Games in 1982 Unprecedented Scale

4 Important dates for Games Village and MPC opening 16 September - Soft Opening of the Games Village 23 rd September -Teams check-in form 23 rd September - Main Press Centre - Opening Dates – 3 rd -14 th October 2010 3 rd October - Opening ceremony on 14 th October - Closing ceremony on 12 days of competition Countdown to Commonwealth Games

5 7,000 Athletes & Team Officials (approx) 1,767 Technical officials A Snapshot

6 Longest and most inclusive Queens Baton Relay, covering 190,000 kms, All 71 Commonwealth Nations and 100 days in India Entered India on 25 June, Wagah-Atari Border A Snapshot Friendship through Sports

7 3,50,000 trees to be planted in Delhi 10,00,000 trees to be planted pan India as a Green Games initiative. Green Games 200 saplings planted at Amritsar to mark the arrival of Queens Baton in India World Environment Day 2010 themed sustainable means of transport with a Cycle rally A Boulevard of Champions to be created at Games Village by DDA Thyagaraj - model green stadium

8 Merchandise Cab

9 Volunteers: In spirit…in action 22,000 trained technical and non-technical volunteers have been recruited They have undergone General, Role Specific, Venue Specific and Leadership Training Training partner – Amity University

10 Competition Venues XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi 18 test events already conducted successfully to test venue and management preparedness for the Games

11 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

12 Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium

13 Aerostat measuring 80mx40mx12m at JLN Stadium, venue of Opening & Closing Ceremony

14 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Athletics Seating capacity : 60,000 Competition dates: 6 – 14 October Poly tetra fluoro ethylene (PTFE) membrane roof Teflon-coated woven fiberglass membrane that is extremely durable and weather resistant. It is easy maintenance as it is self-cleaning (during rains) Earthquake resistant building Two tier seating arrangement Lawn Bowls Seating capacity : 2111 Competition dates: 4 – 13 October Weightlifting Seating capacity : 2500 Competition dates: 4 – 12 October

15 Seating capacity : 3,035 Maple Wood Flooring Tunnel for players Talkatora Indoor Stadium Boxing

16 Talkatora Stadium

17 Cycling Seating capacity : 4,000 Gymnastics Seating capacity : 14,000 Wrestling Seating capacity : 6,900 Indira Gandhi Sports Complex Cycling, Gymnastics and Wrestling

18 Indira Gandhi Sports Complex Permanent timber cycling track Thermal insulation on roof Fully air conditioned indoor stadium

19 Major Dhyanchand National Stadium


21 Seating capacity Competition Pitch I: 19,118; Competition Pitch II: 20,500 Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium Hockey New synthetic hockey turfs Equipped with floodlights and electronic and video-matrix scoreboard

22 Thyagaraj Stadium

23 Seating capacity: 5,000 Green Building Concept : Rain water harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant Grid Interactive One Megawatt Solar energy Thyagaraj Sports Complex Netball

24 Thyagaraj Stadium

25 Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Aquatic Complex

26 S P M Aquatic Complex Seating capacity : 5178 Competition dates: 4 – 13 October The worlds first of its kind structure based on Cohestrands Technology from France The ellipse shaped venue houses 1 competition pool, one diving pool and one warm up pool The temperature of the water in the pool and the seating area would be controlled

27 Non Competition Venues XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi

28 Games Village Residential Zone 14 blocks, 34 towers, 1,168 air-conditioned flats Full fledged Gymnasium & Fitness centre with steam & sauna facilities and leisure pool Training areas International Zone

29 Air Conditioned apartments with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 bedrooms, each with an independent bathroom. 8,000 beds including 250 for Para- Sport athletes Games Village: Residential zone

30 Games Village - Catering Kitchen to serve 36,000 meals per day Village dining to comprise Main Hall and Casual Dining Areas Every item to carry Nutrition & Allergic Foods Information In-house nutritionist to ensure international standards matched with special requirements Menu to offer fare from all six regions of the Commonwealth Athletes have option to carry packed meals from Village

31 Main Media Centre Largest ever media centre for Commonwealth Games 2000 media persons expected New Initiatives - CATV in High-definition - Exclusive viewing rooms for feed from stadia 600 workstations - 200 desktops for press - 100 desktops for Photo Press - Laptop area Video walls & LCD screens Electronic Notice Boards Games Info Terminals Media lounge for 100 persons

32 Press Conference Hall – 300 (capacity) Laser Printers/Fax machines/Photo-copiers/Scanners –Information Desk, Travel Desk, Transport Desk, Technology Desk, Media Help Desk, Ticketing office, Rate Card Desk. Lockers, Pigeon holes Cafeteria in MPC with tea/coffee/water /snacks Food Plaza-20 meters from MPC Bar Lounge Main Media Centre

33 High Definition Feed for Broadcast for first time Over 5,000 real time security camera Swiss Timing contracted for end-to-end management for Timing, Scoring & Results (TSR) Gold Medals System (operators for the Melbourne Games) to provide Games Management Systems MTNL (Telecom Provider), TCIL (Network Agency) and ECIL (Electronic surveillance) Technology Electronic score board

34 Transport Transport comprises three levels – T1 & T2 cars and T3 & T4 buses Tata Motors are T1 & T2 fleet provider Delhi Govt. is providing driver training – language, courtesy and hospitality DTC will provide T3 and T4 transport: –574 low floor, air-conditioned buses –For athletes, technical officials and media –All buses with special access and seating

35 Transport Security escorts will be provided with each bus Bubble to bubble movement to the extent possible Hub and spoke transportation for the media Specially marked lanes on key roads for speedy movement

36 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

37 Sports Competition schedule finalised Competition Managers, International Technical Officials and National Technical Officials have been appointed Sports equipment received and installed Training venue to open for training 23 Sep onwards Over 3,100 sports specific volunteers recruited 1,408 medals to be won

38 Venue Operations Venue teams led by Venue Administrator have moved into the venues (along with core Functional Areas) Tabletop exercises conducted to check operational readiness

39 Broadcasting 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 Domestic TV rights with Doordarshan

40 Doping Control World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) accreditation National Dope Testing Laboratory (NTDL) is in place for Delhi 2010 A Dope Centre has been set up at the Games Village while the Command Centre will be at the Games Headquarters The CGF has approved a test distribution plan of 1500 doping control tests, 250 blood tests, 150 EPO tests and 150 Pre-Competition tests

41 Medical 386 doctors, 262 nursing staff, 103 physiotherapists & 95 massage therapists with 179 medical students as volunteers comprise the medical workforce 64 ambulances and 857 support staff of ambulance crew and first aid staff to offer round the clock ambulance services GB Pant Hospital, JPN Apex Trauma Centre (AIIMS) and Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital are the three designated hospitals for the Games

42 SECURITY Delhi Police is the key agency for security. A state-of-the-art police control room (Central Command and Control Centre and Intelligence-C4i) set up at the Delhi Police Headquarters will receive live images from CCTVs from across the city. Security arrangements can be broadly categorised as Athlete security (Airport, Village etc) Venue security (Competition and Non Competition) In – transit security Emergency Management

43 Indira Gandhi International Airport

44 Details for the Trip to Taj Mahal: ParticularsDetails Dates for the Trips5 th, 6 th, 7 th,9 th, 10 th, 11 th, 12 th, 13 th and 16 th October 2010 Client GroupAthletes, CGF Games Family and CGA Delegates Mode of TransportDedicated Train from Delhi to Agra Number of Trips9 Arrival at Safdarjung Railway Station07:30 AM Departure from Safdarjung Railway Station, New Delhi 07:55 AM Arrival at Agra Station10:30 AM Visit to Taj Mahal and Lunch in Agra10:30 AM to 04:00 PM Departure from Agra Station04:30 PM Arrival at Safdarjung, Railway Station, New Delhi07:05 PM

45 SMS the baton and know its current location Book your ticket online Book your rooms for Games time Plan your day with the schedule of the days event Catch up with the latest updates on the Games Listen to Theme song by AR Rehman Delhi 2010 updates just a click away

46 Thank you!

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