Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast 2018
First to know about commonwealth games . Commonwealth Games are one of the international games involves multi sport event from different countries. A first event held in 1930 and has taken place every four year . Upcoming Commonwealth Games will held on Gold Coast Australia . Location Carrara Stadium, Carrara, Australia . Motto Share the Dreams . Games begins between 4 April 2018 – 15 April 2018 . Total 275 events in 18 sports officially .
This time Australia will host the upcoming commonwealth games decided by the commonwealth games federations .Over 275 events in 18 different sports . Winning Sportsmen of Competing countries for their own flags . Winning person gets Bronze , Silver and Gold Respectively . Common wealth games are second popular games after Olympic games .70 teams from commonwealth member country take part on the multi sport events . In these commonwealth games total 18 sports will be played such as Diving , Swimming ,Athletics , Badminton , Basketball , Beach Volleyball , Boxing , Cycling , Mountain Biking , Gymnastics , Hockey , Lawn Bowls , Netball , Rugby Sevens , Shooting , Squash , Table tennis , Triathlon , Weightlifting , Power lifting and Wrestling .
Unforgettable days of commonwealth games starting from 4-15 April at Gold Coast 2018 you will never forgot 11 days of world sporting competition with more than 6600 athletes and team officials from 70 nation who can participating in the Australia Gold Coast Commonwealth 2018 .The Games are being delivered by the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), together with the Queensland Government, City of Gold Coast (CGC) and other Games Delivery Partners.
Mascot of Commonwealth Games
A upcoming commonwealth has a new mascot a bright blue surfing koala as official mascot for Goldcoast Commonwealth games 2018 . Koala named as borobi who have color of ocean and passion of surfing and adventures . Koala design win the public competition to find the official personality of games . Borobi was designed by Brisbane school teacher who said the competition was “something I thought I could have a go at”. Her vision for Borobi was refined by professional designers and animation specialists.