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									International Sports Medicine, Science and
      Performance Conference, Leeds
We are England




Wednesday 21 July 2010
          =
    75 days to go
       Modernisation review
• Modernisation review
• New President – Dame Kelly Holmes
• New Chairman – Sir Andrew Foster
• New Board – mix of business and sport
• New Chef de Mission – Craig Hunter
• New branding – We are England
• Fundraising to become independent of
  Sport England
• Succession planning
           Management
• Games management
 – Craig Hunter – Chef de Mission
   (Volunteer)

 – Ann Hogbin – General Team Manager –
   Operations
   (CGE Chief Executive)

 – Don Parker – General Team Manager –
   Performance
   (CGE Sports Director)
        Games Advisory Group

•   David Faulkner, NPD Hockey
•   Ann Hogbin, CEO
•   Craig Hunter, Chef de Mission
•   Dr Chris Jarvis, Medical
•   Dr Mike Loosemore, Medical
•   Don Parker, Sports Director
•   David Tillotson, EIS
•   Professor Greg Whyte, Sports Science
                        Team size
• First Commonwealth Games held in Hamilton, CAN in 1930

• In 2010 team size expected to be 560
   – 385 athletes and 175 support staff including HQ

• Approved selection policies – minimum criteria: potential finalist

• Development opportunities
   – Delhi 2010 → London 2012 → Glasgow 2014

• Role of Commonwealth Youth Games
   – Former medallists: James Degale, Jessica Ennis, Louis Smith,
     Beth Tweddle
   – Isle of Man – 7/13 September 2011
   – Samoa - 2015
         Team manager programme
• Three weekend workshops
   – September 2009, March 2010, July 2010

• Regular contact via Sports Director

• Two recces
   – October 2009 and May 2010

• Consult and communicate

• Recent sporting events in Delhi
   – Hockey World Cup (Men)
   – Test events: Archery, Boxing, Shooting
                Preparation
• No Holding Camp

• Allow sports to choose how to best prepare their team

• No “One size fits all” approach

• Sport England ring fenced budget c£350k

• Allocation of £700 per athlete for Games time
  preparation

• Village enhancement
             Delhi preparedness
• Venues

• Village
   – Best ever
   – Training facilities: 50m pool, track & field, indoor
      arena

• Transport

• Catering

• Security
               Our preparedness
• Kit

• Acclimatisation strategy

• Flights

• Zeus on-line registration database

• Team lodge

• CYG 2008 Pune experiences

• Security
       Team performance

• 1998, 2002, 2006 – 2nd in the Medal Table

• 2014 – aspiration to beat Australia and
  head medal table

• 2010 -sports to provide details of their
  aspirations
                   Our role

• To make a difference
• Support teams across all disciplines
• Minimal HQ team of administration, media,
  medical and physiotherapy support –
  maximise accreditations within sport
  teams
• Follow protocols developed at past
  Commonwealth and Olympic Games
  – Daily shirt rota – unify the team!
      Sport

1. Aquatics – John Atkinson                Para Sports:
2. Archery – Hilda Gibson
3. Athletics – John Brierley               1.   Athletics    - M&W
4. Badminton – Ian Moss/Andy Woods         2.   Power Lifting- M&W
5. Boxing – Martin Webb                    3.   Swimming - M&W
6. Cycling – Keith Reynolds                4.   Table Tennis - W
7. Gymnastics – Mike Weinstock
8. Hockey – David Faulkner
9. Lawn Bowls – Mary Price/Pip Branfield
10.Netball – Liz Bloor
11.Rugby 7s – Will Beeley
12.Shooting – Peter Underhill
13.Squash – Stafford Murray
14.Table Tennis – Jill Parker
15.Tennis – Paul Hutchins
16.Weightlifting – Maggie Lynes
17.Wrestling – Shaun Morley
     Distance from CGV to the Venues
   DISTANCE FROM GAMES VILLAGE COMPETITION   KILOMETERS
                                               (Min to max)
                   VENUE
I.G Sports Complex                                  8
Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium                  7
Yamuna Sports Complex                              12
Talkatora Indoor Stadium                           11
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium                           10
Dr SPM Aquatics Complex                            12
Thyagraj Sports Complex                            13
Delhi University                                   12
Sri Fort Sports Complex                            16
Dr.Karni Singh Shooting Range                      21
R.K.Khanna Tennis Complex                          22
England Hockey
  India 2010
    Athletics – J.N. Stadium

                               Competition Arena
                                   400m 9 lane Conica Synthetic
                                    surface Athletic track with 10
                                    lanes in Home Straight
                                   60m 4 lane Conica Synthetic
                                    surface strip at Indoor hold up
                                    area.
Events – Men: 23 Women: 23
                                   Warm up areas - 2
     Track           – 24
                                    i) 8 lane Conica synthetic
     Field           – 16
                                    surface track
     Combined        – 2
                                    ii) Long Throws
     20 Km Road Walk – 2
     Marathon        – 2
Para Sports                      Seating          : 60,000
                                 Distance from GV : 12 Km
               Track   Field
                                 Cost     : INR 609 Crore
  Men          2       1                    USD 129.677 Mn
  Women        2       1
  Para-Sports – 4                Events - 15

Athletics -6 [6 – 10 Oct]
 Category   Event    Classification
                                               Medals at Stake
 Men’s      Shot Put F 32/34/52
                                                    Gold       Silver   Bronze
 Men’s      100 m    T 46
                                                M      W       M    W   M   W
 Men’s      1500 m   T 54 (WC)
                                                3          3   3    3   3    3
 Women’s Shot Put F32-34/52/53
 Women’s 100 m       T 37
 Women’s 1500 m      T54


Powerlifting – 2 [12 Oct]
 Category    Event           Classification    Medals at Stake
 Men’s       Bench           Open                   Gold       Silver   Bronze
             Press                              M      W       M    W   M   W
                                                1          1   1    1   1    1
 Women’s Bench               Open
         Press
  Para-Sports – 4                   Events - 15

Swimming – 6          [5 – 9 Oct]
Category    Event            Classification   Medals at Stake
Men’s       50m Freestyle    S9                        Gold             Silver       Bronze
Men’s       100m Freestyle   S8                   M        W         M       W       M   W
Men’s       100m Freestyle   S 10                  3          3      3       3       3    3
Women’s     50m Freestyle    S9
Women’s     100m Freestyle   S9
Women’s     100m Butterfly   S9



Table Tennis – [10 – 14 Oct]                      Medals at Stake
 Category    Event           Classification        Gold           Silver    Bronze
 Women’s     Open Single’s   TT 1 – 5                  W           W             W
                             (Wheelchair)              1            1            1
Medals at stake sport wise

  SPORT      GOLD   SILVER   BRONZE   Total
Aquatics      50      50       50     150

Archery       8       8        8       24

Athletics     46      46       46     138

Badminton     6       6        6       18

Boxing        10      10       20      40

Cycling       18      18       18      54

Gymnastics    20      20       20      60

Hockey        2       2        2       6
Medals at stake sport wise

    SPORT        GOLD   SILVER   BRONZE   TOTAL

 Lawn Bowls       6       6        6       18

 Net Ball         1       1        1        3

 Rugby 7s         1       1        1        3

 Shooting         36      36       36      108

 Squash           5       5        5       15

 Table Tennis     7       7        7       21

 Tennis           5       5        5       15

 Weightlifting    15      15       15      45

 Wrestling        21      21       21      63

 TOTAL           257     257      267      781
Medals at stake sport wise

 Para - Sports

   SPORT         GOLD      SILVER   BRONZE   TOTAL

Athletics             6      6        6       18

Powerlifting          2      2        2        6

Swimming              6      6        6       18

Table Tennis          1      1        1        3

TOTAL              15        15       15      45


Total Medals
  GOLD         SILVER     BRONZE
   272          272        282
Commonwealth Games Village
        Operational
         Zone-1
STP/
WTP




       Practice
        Areas
                  Intl.
                  Zone


         Transport
           Mall
                          Residential Zone
   Operational
    Zone-2                                   Flyover
Commonwealth Games Village
     Facilities in the Residential Zone

1. Athlete Flat Area
 • World class designs
 • Air-conditioned rooms
 • Lockable spaces in flat
   area




 • Extendable beds -
   (10% extension in length)
Lounge Area
Bathroom
Perimeter Wall
     Para Sport Athletes
• The Games Village designed to ensure all areas are fully accessible,
  comfortable and functional for all Para Sport Athletes and team
  officials.
• Other services that will be available specifically for Para-Sport
  athletes include:
    Shower seats within Games Village bathrooms
    Equally distributed 112 Para sport accessible toilets across all
       the 34 towers.
    Repair of Athletes Mobility aids, equipment and wheelchair
       malfunctions at the wheelchair workshop located in the
       International Zone
    Assistance by trained Games Village staff and volunteers
     Casual Dining



The Casual Dining Area is intended to be a fun ‘al fresco’
environment with a food court offering and urban street café feel for
approximately 350-400 indoor and outdoor seats.

Timings – 11:00hrs – 23:00hrs.

Street Food – The concept will offer nutritional Indian/international
snacks.

6 Catering Kiosks
Timings – 11:00hrs – 18:00hrs
                  Transport


Air conditioned

Secure

Accessible
      We are England



Challenges of a multi sport event
 Dealing with a Multi Sport Games



• Documentation /
  Team Members
  Agreement



• Accreditation
           Multi Sport Games

•   Mobile Phones
•   Ceremonies
•   Living with other sports – one team feeling
•   Ticket Shortage
•   Media
•   Team Kit and Dress Codes
•   Formal Receptions
      Multi Sport Games

•   24 Hour Food
•   Walking
•   Whereabouts
•   Blogging




                          3
      Indian Based Games



• Hostile / Passionate Crowd

• Well Prepared Indian Team
        Indian Based Games

• Travel/Acclimatisation – I Pod

• Weather

• Well Being

• Indian Media

• Culture
             CRAIG’S TOP TIPS

Pace yourself - make your own space and time
Beware the social events
A Team within a Team
You are the best prepared team
Respect cultural diversity
Patience - everything takes 10 x as long in India
Check, check and triple check
Always be polite and courteous – losing your temper does not work
Build relationships

Smile!
 ENGLAND’S VICTORY ANTHEM


             And did those feet in ancient time
           Walk upon England's mountains green?
                 And was the holy Lamb of God
            On England's pleasant pastures seen?
               And did the Countenance Divine
              Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
               And was Jerusalem builded here
Among those dark Satanic mills?Bring me my bow of burning gold:
                 Bring me my arrows of desire:
             Bring me my spear: O clouds, unfold!
                  Bring me my chariot of fire!
               I will not cease from mental fight,
             Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand
                  Till we have built Jerusalem
            In England's green and pleasant land.
THANK YOU

								
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