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- Sport : Activity that involves skill and physical exertion, and is governed by a generally accepted set of rules and guidelines.
- Commonwealth of Nations : An international organisation that evolved out of the British Empire.
- British Empire : The worldwide domain controlled by Britain from its origins about 1600
- Gold Coast : Australian city on the east coast of Queensland; host of the 2018 Commonwealth Games (pop. about 592,000). (2018)
- Glasgow : The largest city in Scotland, located on the River Clyde and a great shipbuilding centre during the Industrial Revolution; population about 581,000. (2014)
- Delhi : Metropolis of India incorporating the capital, New Delhi. (2010)
- Melbourne : Capital city of the state of Victoria, Australia. (2006)
- Manchester : City and metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester, northwestern England, on the Irwell, Medlock, Irk, and Tib rivers. (2002)
- Kuala Lumpur : Add brief definition or description (1998)
- Victoria : Capital city of British Columbia, Canada, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. (1994)
- Auckland : Add brief definition or description (1990)
- Edinburgh : The capital of Scotland. (1986)
- Brisbane : Add brief definition or description (1982)
- Edmonton : Capital and second largest city of the Canadian province of Alberta. (1978)
- Christchurch : Add brief definition or description (1974)
- Edinburgh : The capital of Scotland. (1970)
- Kingston : Add brief definition or description (1966)
- Perth : Add brief definition or description (1962)
- Cardiff : (population 320,000) The capital of Wales. (1958)
- Vancouver : Add brief definition or description (1954)
- Auckland : Add brief definition or description (1950)
- Sydney : (population 4.4 million) The capital of the Australian state of New South Wales. (1938)
- London : Capital city of the United Kingdom (pop. 7,556,900). (1934)
- Hamilton : Ontario's third-largest city, with a population over 500,000, located at the head of Lake Ontario. (1930)
- Olympic Games : A quadrennial multi-sport event organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) involving athletes from around the world in both summer and winter sport editions. The summer event was first staged at Athens in 1896 as a revival of the Ancient Olympics; the winter event was first staged at Chamonix in 1924.