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    • Aquatics»

      Aquatics is a core sport of the Commonwealth Games and includes the disciplines of Swimming and Diving. A fraction of a second can mean the difference between winning and losing in Swimming. While Diving requires great skill, nerve and calm.

    • Athletics»

      The Athletics disciplines of Track, Field and Marathon will feature at Glasgow 2014. World and Olympic champions will be among those competing across middle-distance, long-distance and field events, including events for Para-Sport athletes.

    • Badminton»

      Badminton is a contest of supreme skill, agility and precision. Widely regarded as the fastest racquet sport in the world, with shuttles traveling at more than 300km/h, Badminton will feature on all 11 days of the Games programme.

    • Boxing»

      Boxing requires immense skill, coupled with rigorous physical and mental commitment. Glasgow 2014 is the first time that women’s Boxing will be included on the sport programme at a Commonwealth Games.

    • Cycling»

      Cycling is well represented throughout the Commonwealth. The Glasgow 2014 programme showcases the disciplines of Mountain Bike, Road and Track, as well as four Para-Sport events – promising an adrenaline-packed mix of speed, endurance and tactics.

    • Gymnastics»

      Two Gymnastics disciplines – Artistic and Rhythmic – will unfold at the Scottish National Arena, where grace, flexibility and extraordinary strength will be on display.

    • Hockey»

      Hockey is an immensely popular team sport played throughout the Commonwealth. 10 nations will be participating in each of the Men’s and Women’s Hockey competitions at Glasgow 2014.

    • Judo»

      Judo is a relatively modern martial art, and has grown in popularity throughout the Commonwealth. It is a highly physical sport with a strong ethical code and guiding philosophy.

    • Lawn Bowls»

      Glasgow 2014 will feature a number of current Lawn Bowls World Champions. Set in one of Glasgow’s most famous parks, the Lawn Bowls competition will take place at the Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre.

    • Netball»

      With a single gold medal up for grabs amongst the 12 competing nations, Commonwealth Games Netball lives up to expectations as a fast and exciting display of athleticism, skill and tactics.

    • Rugby Sevens»

      A concertina version of the traditional Rugby Union game, Rugby Sevens is a fast and furious contest with high point-scoring, hard hits and lung-bursting sprints.

    • Shooting»

      Shooting combines an intense concentration, skill and nerve, and its four disciplines each have their own appeal and challenge. Over 40 of 71 competing nations are expected to send a team to the Glasgow 2014 Shooting events.

    • Squash»

      Squash is a highly energetic racquet sport that requires outstanding levels of fitness, combined with a deft touch for precise ball placement within the enclosed field of play.

    • Table Tennis»

      Table Tennis is a spectacle of accuracy and speed, with split-second reactions required to keep the ball in play. Since making its debut at the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games, Table Tennis remains a strong sport amongst Commonwealth nations.

    • Triathlon»

      Combining three unique and challenging disciplines – swimming, cycling and running – Triathlon demonstrates the overall fitness, skill and endurance of some of the world’s most talented athletes.

    • Weightlifting»

      Weightlifting is a competition of physical and mental toughness, where athletes compete according to 15 pre-determined body-weight categories and must record the biggest lift in their division to claim the Gold medal.

    • Wrestling»

      A sport with an ancient tradition, Wrestling is a competition of strength, suppleness and raw power. Athletes need excellent focus to outwit their opponent.

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