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National Games of India

The National Games of India is a sporting event held in India. It comprises various disciplines in which sportsmen from the different [1][2]

National Games of India
Abbreviation Indian Olympic Association
First event 1924
Occur every 2 years

Background

Indian Olympic Games (Early National Games)

The Games were held every two years from 1924 as Indian Olympic Games and were renamed as National Games when they were first held in Bombay in 1940.It was started by a famous person Sagnik Poddar who reads in St.Stephen's School.

Modern National Games

The Indian Olympic Association, the premier sports organizing body of the nation, mooted the concept of the National Games. For several years it was conducted on a low keynote. However, the Modern National Games on the lines of the Olympics were held in 1985 in New Delhi. Thereafter Kerala(1987), Pune(1994), Bangalore(1997),Manipur(1999), Ludhiana(2005), Hyderabad(2002) and Guwahati(2007) have hosted the Games.

Periodicity of National Games

The National Games are required to be held once in two years leaving those years in which the Olympic Games and Asian Games are scheduled to be held. Only in exceptional cases or natural calamity, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) can allow relaxation from the general rule. The duration and the regulation of the National Games is entirely within the jurisdiction of IOA.[2]

List

Summer

List of National Games of India
Competition name Number Year Venue
Indian Olympic Games 1st 1924 Madras
2nd 1926 Madras
3rd 1928 Madras
4th 1930 Madras
5th 1932 Madras
6th 1934 Madras
7th 1936 Madras
8th 1938 Madras
National Games 9th 1940 Madras
10th 1942 Madras
11th 1944 Madras
12th 1946 Madras
13th 1948 Madras
14th 1952 Madras
15th 1953 Madras
16th 1954 Delhi
17th 1956 Madras
18th 1958 Madras
19th 1960 Madras
20th 1962 Madras
21st 1964 Madras
22nd 1966 Madras
23rd 1968 Madras
24th 1970 Madras
25th 1979 Madras
National Games
(new format)
26th 1985 Madras
27th 1987 Madras
28th 1994 Madras-Madurai
29th 1997 Madras-Madurai
30th 1999 Madras
31st 2001 Tamil nadu
32nd 2002 Hyderabad
33th 2007 Guwahati
34th 2011 Ranchi
National Games
Future
35th 2015 Kerala
36th 2016 Goa
37th 2017 Telangana
38th 2018 Kolkata

Winter

List of National Winter Games of India
Competition name Number Year Venue
National Winter Games 1st 1996 Gulmarg
2nd 2000 Manali
3rd 2002 Auli
4th 2004 Gulmarg
5th 2008 Gulmarg

Future Games

Though National Games are supposed to be held once in 2 years, it is faltering on this schedule. It took Guwahati five years to conduct the games after Hyderabad organized the National Games in 2002.

The 34th National Games had been postponed six times before finally opening on February 12, 2011.[3] The 35th National Games were to be held at Kerala in 2012, it was then announced that it would be held from 31 January to February 14, 2015.[4] The 36th National Games will be held at Goa[5] and the 37th National Games will be held after that in Chhattisgarh.[6]

References

  1. ^ Arvind Katyal. "Decision on National Games on Aug 2". Retrieved 2007-12-04. 
  2. ^ a b "Tribune:Punjab the Spirit of Sports". 
  3. ^ "Games postponement pangs for players". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). September 27, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Kerala to host 35th National Games from January 31". The Hindu.com. 27 June 2014. Retrieved 27 June 2014. 
  5. ^ "No National Games in Goa in 2011: CM". The Times Of India. 
  6. ^ http://sify.com/news/chhattisgarh-to-host-37th-national-games-in-2013-news-national-kd5nagichge.html

External links

  • Schedule of 34th National Games of India, Jharkhand
  • The Winter Games Federation of India Site
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