1998 Commonwealth Games

1998 Commonwealth Games

The 1998 XVI Commonwealth Games were held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 11 to 21 September 1998. The 1998 games were the first held in an Asian  Host city ‎: ‎ Kuala Lumpur.
The 'swimming events of the 1998 Commonwealth Games ' were held at the National Aquatics Centre at the National Sports Complex, Malaysia from.
The Parade of Athletes from the opening ceremony of the 1998 Commonwealth Games held in Kuala Lumpur. For the first time ever, the games included team sports. The Commonwealth Games's official theme 1998 Commonwealth Games start song " Bersama-sama Gemilangkannya " was composed by Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra was performed in the opening ceremony by Search featuring. The theme song " Malaysiaku Gemilang " was sung by Malaysian pop singers Norzila Binti Haji AminuddinShahrul Anuar ZainSiti Roziana Binti ZainShaheila binti Abdul MajidAmy Mastura Binti SuhaimiNing Baizura binti Sheikh Hamzahand Siti Nurhaliza Binti Tarudin —and many other Malaysian singers also performed. Martin also teamed up with Craig Rowland to take the commonwealth mixed doubles gold. Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account 1998 Commonwealth Games in. Opening Ceremony of Kuala Lumpur 1998 XVI Commonwealth Games - Selamat Datang
1998 Commonwealth Games

1998 Commonwealth Games - official

Story of the QBR. Tuvalu and Kiribati debuted. The logo for these games was inspired by the national flower of Malaysia, the hibiscus the bunga raya , and was the first time that the colour yellow was introduced in the logo. At the centre of the field, two "sports sculpture" performers rise gradually and show different athletic gestures slowly in the air, conveying the noble Commonwealth Games spirit. Erika-Leigh Stirton took five of the six available gold medals in the rhythmic gymnastics only being beaten into second place in the team event in the hosts took gold. The end of the ceremony featured fireworks of various colours and shapes—forming hoops, flowers, and fountains.