10 Moments That Made These Commonwealth Games The Best Ever

At Glasgow 2014, you helped us raise £5 million to put children first around the Commonwealth - that’s amazing. Thanks to your support, we will be able to achieve our ambition of reaching every child in Scotland and in the Commonwealth. These Commonwealth Games have been unforgettable for us, and we hope for you too. Here are 10 moments that we think made these Commonwealth Games the best ever:

1. The ultimate selfie from Sir Chris Hoy and James McAvoy at the opening ceremony.

2. These funky moves from David Katoatau when he won a gold medal for Kiribati in the men’s weightlifting.

3. This nifty catch from a lawn bowls steward. Who’d have seen that coming?

4. These great faces from the England Athletics team at the UNICEF Twitter Booth in the Athlete’s Village.

5. These cuties reading “Baby, I Love You” at UNICEF’s Wee Garden on Glasgow Green.

6. This rather special fist pump for one Glasgow volunteer.

7. This lovely message from Jamaican athlete Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce helping us to put children first.

8. This competitive spirit from the Duchess of Cambridge playing traditional games from around the Commonwealth.

9. This flash of UNICEF’s exclusive “go-faster” wristbands on 800m gold medallist from Botswana, Nijel Amos.

10. This unforgettable moment when you made history and texted to put children first across the Commonwealth.

Got your own memorable moments from the Commonwealth Games? Tweet in to @UNICEF_UK and let us know!

There’s still time for you to donate to UNICEF to put children first around the Commonwealth.

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