Commonwealth Games

The first such event, then known as the British Empire Games, was held in 1930. The name changed to British Empire and Commonwealth Games in 1954, to British Commonwealth Games in 1970-1974 and assumed the current name of the Commonwealth Games in 1978.


1.Commonwealth Games - Hamilton, Canada - August 16-23 1930 (full? results)

2.Commonwealth Games - London, England - August 4-11 1934 (full results)

3.Commonwealth Games - Sydney, Australia - February 5-12 1938 (full results)

4.Commonwealth Games - Auckland, New Zealand - February 4-11 1950 (full results)

5.Commonwealth Games - Vancouver, Canada - August 3-7 1954 (full results)

6.Commonwealth Games - Cardiff, Wales - July 18-26 1958 (full results)

7.Commonwealth Games - Perth, Australia - November 22 - December 1 1962 (full results)

8.Commonwealth Games - Kingston, Jamaica - August 4-13 1966 (almost full results)

9.Commonwealth Games - Edinburgh, Scotland - July 17-24 1970 (full results)

10.Commonwealth Games - Christchurch, New Zealand - January 24 - February 2 1974 (full results)

11.Commonwealth Games - Edmonton, Canada - August 3-12 1978 (full results)

12.Commonwealth Games - Brisbane, Australia - October 1-8 1982  (full results)

13.Commonwealth Games - Edinburgh, Scotland - July 24 - August 2 1986 (full results)

14.Commonwealth Games - Auckland, New Zealand - January 24 - February 3 1990 (full results)

15.Commonwealth Games - Victoria, Canada - August 18-28 1994 (full results)

16.Commonwealth Games - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - September 13-20 1998 (full results)

17.Commonwealth Games - Manchester, England - July 26 - August 4 2002 (full results)

18.Commonwealth Games - Melbourne, Australia - March 17-25 2006 (full results)

19.Commonwealth Games - New Delhi, India - October 5-13 2010 (full results)

20.Commonwealth Games - Glasgow, Scotland - July 25- August 2 2014 (full results)

 

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