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New Games Village
the aquatic centre's rendering
the jawaharlal nehru stadia,to host opening and closing ceremonies
under construction -JL stadium
CWG 2010 Games Village Model Appartment
Maj. Dhyan Chand National Hockey Stadium now ready for 2010 CWG
The new look stadium has been completely renovated and upgraded for the XIX Commonwealth Games will be the venue for XII Hockey World Cup to be held from 28th February to 13th March, 2010.
HIGHLIGHTS OF SPORTS FACILITIES IN STADIUM
=>Spread over 37 acres, renovated & upgraded at a cost of Rs 262 Cr.
=>Three synthetic hockey pitches (two conform to international match standard and third is practice pitch.
=>New poly grass turfs, fitted with sprinkler systems.
=>Hinged Mast Lights to provide 2200 lux illumination
=>Equipped with state- of- the art Acoustic System.
=>Main field having 16200 seating capacity
=>Entire stadium is centrally air-conditioned and fitted with lifts, barrier free provisions
=>Equipped with electronic surveillance through fixed and PTZ cameras
=>Two –tier underground parking facility in addition to open area parking area
NEW Rugby venue CW
NEW velodrome FOR CWG
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium inaugurated for Commonwealth Games?
After several missed deadlines, the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the main venue for the Commonwealth Games, was finally inaugurated by Sports Minister MS Gill and Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday.
The engineering marvel built at a cost of Rs 960 crore, got delayed umpteen times because of the construction of an underground tunnel for the opening ceremony of the October 3-14 event.
Also present on the occasion were Games Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi, Sports Authority of India Director General Sayan Chatterjee and several sports persons and senior officials of the sports Ministry.
The stadium will host the Games' opening and closing ceremonies and athletics, weightlifting and Lawn tennis events.
The remodelled 60,000 capacity stadium has been built at a cost of Rs 960 crore.
Kalmadi said through the Commonwealth Games, the whole world will see the potential India has got in terms of infrastructure.
Constructed during the 1982 Asian Games, the remodelling of the stadium started in January 2008.
The venue spans over an area of 4,04,686 square metre.
The oval shaped building has fabrication and erection of high strength steel work as per international standard.
A 150m tunnel will connect the two ends of the stadium. The performers will use it to enter into the ground during the opening and closing ceremonies.
The Field of Play is divided into Competition, Training and Warm up area.
The training area boasts of a synthetic track with nine sprint lanes.
The competition area is a 400x9 lane synthetic warm-up track with 10 sprint lane of Class-I certification.
The entire building is earthquake resistant.
DELHI 2010 CWG
DELHI 2010 CWG
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