2010 Commonwealth Games

Team SA to compete at Commonwealth Games

The SA team will compete at the crisis-hit Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India next month, officials from the nation's Olympic governing body said.

India battles deepening Games crisis

India struggled to keep its Commonwealth Games on track Wednesday, with England warning the event was on a "knife edge".

Athletes snub Games as India faces ‘shame’

Top athletes are snubbing the Commonwealth Games as safety fears and complaints of filthy accommodation have left the event in crisis.

Australia backs Games as pressure mounts

Australia backed the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday but appeared a lone voice as pressure mounted on India to clean up the athletes village.

Delhi Games crisis as bridge collapses

The Delhi Commonwealth Games were plunged into crisis after the athletes' village was described as "uninhabitable" and a footbridge collapsed.

Shock at condition of athletes’ village in Delhi

The parlous state of athletes' accommodation for next month's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi has shocked visiting teams.

India promises Commonwealth Games will be safe

The embattled chief organiser of the Delhi Commonwealth Games said on Monday that the event would be safe.

Vuvuzelas set for blast off at Commonwealth Games

Loved and loathed in equal measure, the drone of the vuvuzela will resonate in India for the first time at the Commonwealth Games in October.

Little to smile about ahead of Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games are often known as the "friendly games", but New Delhi has little to smile about ahead of the opening ceremony.

Semenya named in Commonwealth Games squad

Caster Semenya, the women's 800m world champion, was named in South Africa's Commonwealth Games squad on Wednesday.

Delhi Games in crisis as clock runs down

The Commonwealth Games in New Delhi have been plunged into crisis two months before they start by allegations of corruption and shoddy workmanship.

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