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Commonwealth Games 2014



Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

At SSE Airtricity, we're proud to sponsor the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, taking place from July 23rd to 3rd August. We are also delighted to support Team Northern Ireland. It's all part of our mission to provide value and service for our customers and a great place to work for our staff. Go Team NI!

Hosting the Games is a cause of great celebration for the city of Glasgow, Scotland and the UK. We're looking forward to contributing to a fun and active environment surrounding the Games. We'll be offering lots of opportunities to our customers, staff and the general public to join in and support their home nations.

Looking forward to the Games

The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is one of the biggest sporting events ever staged in the UK. The Games brings together 4,500 of the world's athletes from 71 nations and territories to compete in 17 sports over 11 days. From the excitement of the track to the thrill of the velodrome Glasgow is the place to be this summer.

Over the course of the Games, events will be taking place across three sites to the east, south and west of the city centre, but there are some events that are taking place outside the city: shooting at Carnoustie, diving in Edinburgh, and Strathclyde Country Park will host the triathlon.

If you are attending the Games it's a great opportunity to explore Scotland's largest city and the surrounding areas. But wherever you are, we'll keep you informed about Team NI's progress throughout.



Commonwealth Games staff jump into action

SSE Airtricity staff get ready to jump into action

SSE Airtricity staff get ready to jump into action at the Commonwealth Games!



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Michael Conlan: Only gold will do

Anything short of gold in Glasgow will represent "failure" to Irish boxer Michael Conlan.



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Sir Chris Hoy: from competitor to supporter

Glasgow 2014 is a "massive opportunity" to inspire a new generation to become UK sports stars of the future, says Sir Chris Hoy.


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Norman Lau: Inspired to play

Norman Lau was blown away by meeting Sir Chris Hoy.



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The Games' journey to Glasgow

We take a look at how the Commonwealth Games has evolved from humble beginnings.


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We're proud to get behind Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games


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Namphon Steele Q&A

Dungannon's Namphon Steele is setting herself some lofty ambitions.


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