Commonwealth Games

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    Queensland
    Commonwealth Games, sport facilities
    Former Olympic and Commonwealth Champion Libby Trickett OAM and Griffith University Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor at the opening of the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre. Photo credit: Griffith University
    The new Aquatic Centre at Griffith University was officially opened recently, a year ahead of the Commonwealth Games which will be hosted in Gold Coast during 2018.The Olympic-sized pool will be in use during the Games as a training and warm-up facility, but will otherwise be open for use by...
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    Queensland
    Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast 2018, subject rankings
    Griffith University and the Gold Coast are gearing up for a big 2018.  The Commonwealth Games will be held on the Gold Coast and Griffith University is an official partner of the event.Griffith University is the first University in the World to become an official partner of the Commonwealth...
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    Queensland
    Commonwealth Games, elite athlete, student athletes
    Griffith Sports College Director Duncan Free OAM welcomes new manager Naomi McCarthy OAM to the team. Photo credit: Griffith University
    A new research study conducted by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has revealed that Griffith University is one of the top two choices for elite athletes choosing a university.Griffith Sports College Director and Olympic rower, Duncan Free OAM said this recognition by tier one elite...
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    Queensland
    Commonwealth Games, student achievement
    Students from the University of Queensland and Griffith University will make up 30 members of the Australian team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.17 students and recent alumni from the University of Queensland will be competing, alongside 13 students from Griffith University.Both...

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