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The popular Gymnastics events feature Artistic and Rhythmic gymnastics.

Artistic gymnastics see both men and women compete. There will be medals for individual and team events. Gymnasts will perform both floor routines as well as on apparatus. The apparatus for women gymnasts are the vault, uneven bars and the balance beam. Men will perform on the vault, parallel bars, horizontal bar, rings and the pommel horse.

Only women will compete in the Rhythmic Gymnastics. There will be both team and individual competitions. The apparatus used here are the rope, ball, clubs and ribbon.

Twenty golds and an equal number of silver and bronze gymnastics medals are up for grabs.

Venue: Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium

Training Venues:

Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium
Yamuna Sports Complex


    - Team Competition
    - Individual All-round Final
    - Floor
    - Pommel Horse
    - Rings
    - Vault
    - Parallel Bars
    - Horizontal Bars
    - Team Competition
    - Individual All-round Final
    - Floor
    - Vault
    - Uneven Bars
    - Beam
    Rhythmic Gymnastics

    - Team Competition
    - Individual All-round Final
    - Rope
    - Ball
    - Hoop
    - Ribbon


Artistic Gymnastics at IG Sports Complex on 4-8 October 2010.
Rhythmic Gymnastics at IG Sports Complex on 12-14 October 2010.

Medals at stake

    - Gold: 8 Men, 6 Women and 6 for rhythmic Gymnastics
    - Silver: 8 Men, 6 Women and 6 for rhythmic Gymnastics
    - Bronze: 8 Men, 6 Women and 6 for rhythmic Gymnastics


Men Artistic - 5 Athletes

Women Artistic - 5 Athletes

Women Rhythmic Gymnastics - 3 Athletes

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The Thyagraj Sports Complex, which will host Netball during the 2010 Commonwealth Games, is India's first eco-friendly sports complex, it was constructed with bricks made up of fly-ash. The stadium has effective water management systems like rainwater harvesting, sewage treatment with two lakh litres a day capacity, dual flush systems, sensor-based faucets, etc.