A Telly Award winning series we produced for Dell in support of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The series was shot on location in Glasgow, Scotland and features five stories from athletes and games coordinators as they discuss how Dell technology helps them to achieve their goals. From top to bottom we present:
The 2014 Commonwealth Games Teaser
A teaser for Glasgow 2014 that went live on Dell's social network sites at the beginning of the year. The teaser features some of the epic moments we captured on location during our amazing nine day shoot in Glasgow, Scotland.
Ollie and Sam Hynd, Paralympic Swimming Champions
Ollie and Sam Hynd are both Paralympic swimming champions.
The brothers discuss what it means to compete against one another, their strengths in the pool and how technology supports their swim stroke analysis and training.
Elinor Barker, Team Pursuit World Champion
Being one of the youngest Team Pursuit cyclists on the international stage, Elinor Barker is a force to be reckoned with. Here Elinor talks about her cycling journey and how the Dell XPS 12 convertible helps her stay prepared and connected.
Lynsey Sharp, European 800m Champion
Lynsey's parents, both former Scottish runners, introduced her to the sport at a young age. Lynsey discusses what it means to compete for Scotland in the XX Commonwealth Games and how technology enables her training.
Brian Nourse and Rob Hunt, Powering the Games
Featuring Glasgow 2014 CIO Brian Nourse and General Manager of Venue Technology Services, Rob Hunt - This is a closer look at how Dell is powering the IT for Glasgow 2014. From tablets to the data-centre, Dell products and solutions are used as the Glasgow 2014 organizing committee work to bring the Commonwealth XX games to life.
Caroline Rogers and Jules Thorne, The Athletes Village
The Glasgow 2014 Athlete Village is Scotland's first carbon neutral housing development. See how technology is supporting this city-wide regeneration project. Caroline Rogers talks about her role, as village accommodation manager, in supporting the needs of 6,500 athletes & officials from over 70 competing associations and countries, during the XX Commonwealth Games.