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What was the mascot of CWG 2014?

What was the mascot of CWG 2014?

Meet Clyde – Team Scotland’s biggest fan! Named after the river that flows through the City of Glasgow, Clyde is a cheeky, friendly thistle who won the hearts of the nation, as the official mascot of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

What was the motto of the 2014 Commonwealth Games?

Bring It On
2014 Commonwealth Games

Logo of 2014 Commonwealth Games
Host city Glasgow
Country Scotland
Motto “Bring It On”
Nations participating 71 Commonwealth Teams

What is the logo of Commonwealth Games inspired by?

“The emblem has been inspired by the Gold Coast’s stunning beach-side location, its iconic skyline, and the colours are representative of the coast, the hinterland and the celebratory atmosphere, which is synonymous with the region,” said Queensland Commonwealth Games Minister Jann Stuckey.

What is the motto of Commonwealth Games?

Humanity, Equality, Destiny
Notes: The motto of the Commonwealth Games Federation is Humanity, Equality, Destiny. It is an International organisation responsible for the direction and control of the Commonwealth Games and Commonwealth Youth Games.

When were the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow?

The Commonwealth Games 2014 were held in Glasgow, from 23 July to 3 August. The city beat off competition from the Nigerian capital Abuja to win the right to host the Games in a first for Glasgow.

What is the difference between the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games?

Key Difference: The main difference between the two is that in the Olympic Games countries from around the world compete, whereas in the Commonwealth Games only the countries that are part of the Commonwealth of Nations compete. The primary difference between the two games is how competes in the games.

What is the symbol of the Commonwealth?

The Commonwealth Flag consists of the Commonwealth Symbol in gold on a blue background. The symbol consists of a radial grating forming the letter “C” surrounding a circular solid on which are superimposed five latitudinal and five longitudinal lines to represent the globe.

What is the Commonwealth logo?

The gold background represented wealth and the origin of banking, while the seven-pointed star symbolised the Commonwealth of Australia and the states. The name of the Corporation encircled the design. This remained the case for almost 25 years when the name and the star were removed from the logo in 1984.

Why is USA not in Commonwealth?

While the USA was a part of British empire but it did not leave like other countries like Canada, new Zealand. USA Gaines independence way earlier than those countries, so when commonwealth was formed, USA had moved far away from culture, political influence of Britain, so they did not join.

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