2018 Commonwealth Games in Queensland, Australia


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Countries Participating in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Queensland Australia.

The Gold Coast City in the State of Queensland, Australia is the host to the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Brisbane City is ‎66 kilometres, or about 41 miles away from the Gold Coast City.

The Nations that are expected to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast are:

Anguilla with 12 athletes
Antigua and Barbuda with 18 athletes
Australia with 474 athletes
Bahamas with 31 athletes
Bangladesh with 26 athletes
Barbados with 45 athletes
Belize with 12 athletes
Bermuda with 8 athletes
Botswana with 27 athletes
British Virgin Islands with 10 athletes
Brunei with 8 athletes
Cameroon with 41 athletes
Canada with 282 athletes
Cayman Islands with 22 athletes
Cook Islands with 18 athletes
Cyprus with 47 athletes
Dominica with 13 athletes
England with 396 athletes
Falkland Islands with 15 athletes
Fiji with 97 athletes
The Gambia with 6 athletes
Ghana with 71 athletes
Gibraltar with 22 athletes
Grenada with 15 athletes
Guernsey with 31 athletes
Guyana with 23 athletes
India with 218 athletes
Isle of Man with 32 athletes
Jamaica with 115 athletes
Jersey with 33 athletes
Kenya with 138 athletes
Kiribati with 16 athletes
Lesotho with 20 athletes
Malawi with 20 athletes
Malaysia with 178 athletes
Malta with 25 athletes
Mauritius with 54 athletes
Montserrat with 7 athletes
Mozambique with 28 athletes
Namibia with 28 athletes
Nauru with 16 athletes
New Zealand with 253 athletes
Nigeria with 90 athletes
Niue with 19 athletes
Norfolk Island with 18 athletes
Northern Ireland with 90 athletes
Pakistan with 56 athletes
Papua New Guinea with 56 athletes
Rwanda with 17 athletes
Saint Helena with 9 athletes
Saint Kitts and Nevis with 10 athletes
Saint Lucia with 13 athletes
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines with 20 athletes
Samoa with 38 athletes
Scotland with 224 athletes
Seychelles with 25 athletes
Sierra Leone with 25 athletes
Singapore with 60 athletes
Solomon Islands with 14 athletes
South Africa with 196 athletes
Sri Lanka with 80 athletes
Swaziland with 10 athletes
Tanzania with 19 athletes
Tonga with 13 athletes
Trinidad and Tobago with 51 athletes
Turks and Caicos Islands with 9 athletes
Tuvalu with 7 athletes
Uganda with 70 athletes
Vanuatu with 18 athletes
Wales with 214 athletes
Zambia with 38 athletes

The ten largest teams in the 2018 Commonwealth Games are:.

 Australia with 474 athletes
England with 396 athletes
Canada with 282 athletes
New Zealand with 253 athletes
Scotland with 224 athletes
India with 218 athletes
Wales with 214 athletes
South Africa with 196 athletes
Malaysia with 178 athletes
Kenya with 138 athletes

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