Niue at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

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Niue competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.[1] Flag of Niue.svg Niue Island

Flag of Niue.svg Niue at the 2010 Commonwealth Games
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The country is represented by a delegation of thirty-seven athletes and six officials. Niue's athletes competed in weighlifting, athletics, shooting, lawn bowls and wrestling.[2]

Women's 75 kg weightlifter Narita Viliamu had described as the country's "one outside shot at a medal", but Niueans did achieve upsets in lawn bowls, with "a shock 8-6 4-13 2-1 [victory over] the New Zealand men", and a 10-6 2-21 2-1 victory over the Australian women.[3][4]

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