Just when you thought you could get a good night’s sleep now that the World Cup is over…the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games promises more late nights and early rises.
And this year’s games have even greater meaning because of the involvement of Team Griffith. With 13 students and 9 alumni competing in Glasgow, Griffith has more competitors than some entire nations!
At the end of the games the attention moves to the Gold Coast who will host the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Flag Handover Ceremony will take place at Hampden Park Stadium on Sunday 3 August this year and will be televised live in Australia early on the morning of Monday 4 August.
To keep up with all the games action and to witness Griffith’s goldenmoments, check out
Cameron McEvoy – Swimming B Science (Adv Hons)
Leiston Picket – Swimming B Commerce
Emma McKeon – Swimming B Public Health/Health Promotion
Chris Wright – Swimming B Environmental Design
Taylor McKeown – Swimming B Science
Edward McKendry – Swimming B Business
Brittany Elmslie – Swimming B Business
Ashleigh Gentle – Triathlon B Public Health/Health Promotion
Chloe Hosking – Cycling B Communication (OUA)
Kelsey Cottrell – Lawn Bowls B Journalism
Hannah Joye – Track and Field B Science
Linda Leverton – Track and Field Commence B Business
Renae Hallinan – Netball C Communication (OUA)
Nik Bojic – Athletics 2010 B Arts
Craig Burns – Athletics Graduated 2008 B Design
Dylan Grant – Athletics 2009 B Ex Science/B Bus
Michael Shelley – Athletics Graduated 2011 B Business
Katrin Garfoot – Cycling Graduated 2011 Grad Dip Education – Secondary
Brandie O’Connor – Cycling Para Graduated 2003 B Commerce
Paul Kennedy – Cycling Para Graduated 1999 B Engineering
Deborah Ascon – Weightlifting Graduated 2010 B Law/Criminology
Tegan Napper – Weightlifting 2010 B Science