Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony (Video)

By on Oct 15, 2010 in Sports Comments

As the exciting CWG2010 has ended, the Commonwealth Games 2010 closing ceremony began with the arrival of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Vice-President Mohammad Hamid Ansari, and Commonwealth Games Federation president chief Michael Fennell.

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa also arrived as the guest of honor, while Britain’s Prince Edward formally announced that the Commonwealth Games 2010 has formally ended.

“In the name of the Commonwealth Games Federation, I proclaim the XIX Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010 closed”. The Prince of Britain said.

Thirty-eight cameras were on the ground that covered the event, while a helicopter was also provided the aerial coverage of the Commonwealth Games 2010 closing ceremony.

And unlike the opening ceremony that had tons of commercial breaks in between, Indian people had the privilege of watching the show on TV continuously.

The closing ceremony started by playing the Indian national anthem, in which the audience stood up and paid respect.

India, who enjoyed its rank as second placer of winning the most gold medals, has shown the crowd of Commonwealth Games 2010 closing ceremony with a dazzling laser show and a musical extravaganza.

And as part of 160-minute closing ceremony which was held at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, the sky was filled with multi-color laser beams and fireworks.

According to Indian news, more than 2,700 fireworks were shot and 25 stacks of speakers producing 500,000 Watts sound was used.

Below is the video of the Commonwealth Games 2010 closing ceremony uploaded on You Tube by Telugutouchnews.

Meanwhile, here is the link to the Commonwealth Games 2010 Final Medal Tally.



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