Australian Commonwealth Games Association has defied the new terror threats issued to foreign players during this year's sporting events in India and said the nation remains committed to sending a team for the Delhi Commonwealth Games.
"That threat does not affect our current position of going to the Games. We are committed to going. You can't be uncertain on that. The athletes are training," ACGA chief executive Perry Crosswhite said.
"You can't have them wondering what's the point? Why get up at 5.30 and get into the pool for training every morning?
"You can't have a situation where you might go and you might not," he was quoted as saying Australian Associated Press, a news agency here.