2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games: Ten things we must see

By Daniel Cherny
Updated August 29 2014 - 10:23am, first published August 5 2014 - 1:24pm
West Indian cricketers enjoy Wet n' Wild in 2005. Photo: Paul Harris
West Indian cricketers enjoy Wet n' Wild in 2005. Photo: Paul Harris
Currumbin Wildlife sanctuary. Photo: Natalie Boog
Currumbin Wildlife sanctuary. Photo: Natalie Boog
Ron Clarke carries the torch / flame around the MCG during the opening ceremony, 1956. Photo: Fairfax Archives
Ron Clarke carries the torch / flame around the MCG during the opening ceremony, 1956. Photo: Fairfax Archives
Icons of the Gold Coast. Photo: Andy Zakeli
Icons of the Gold Coast. Photo: Andy Zakeli
FAIRFAX. SPORT. CRICKET. WEST INDIES.  Wavell Hinds  front  and Jermaine Lawson from the West Indies Cricket team on  a slide at  Wet n  Wild on the Gold Coast before next weeks test match in Brisbane.  Picture by Paul Harris. Photo: Paul Harris
FAIRFAX. SPORT. CRICKET. WEST INDIES. Wavell Hinds front and Jermaine Lawson from the West Indies Cricket team on a slide at Wet n Wild on the Gold Coast before next weeks test match in Brisbane. Picture by Paul Harris. Photo: Paul Harris

Britannia, and all her majestic glory, was revitalised by a highly successful Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Onwards and upwards then for the empire, and down under we head in four years.

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