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Last Updated: Sunday, 26 March 2006, 15:17 GMT 16:17 UK
Magical Melbourne
Some of the world's top disabled athletes travelled to Melbourne to take part in events at the Commonwealth Games.

The Elite Athletes with a Disability (EAD) programme at the Games comprised of 12 events across four sports - swimming, athletics, table tennis and power lifting.

All 12 events were integrated into the main Games competition schedule with medals counted as part of the main medal tally.

Here is the full list of results and how the British and Irish athletes fared.


Men's 50m freestyle final
Gold: Matt Cowdrey (Australia)
Silver: Benoit Huot (Canada)
Bronze: Matt Walker (England)

4th: Dave Roberts (Wales)
6th ht 2: Jonathon Cummings (N Ireland)

Men's 100m freestyle final
Gold: Matt Cowdrey (Australia)
Silver: Benoit Huot (Canada)
Bronze: Dave Roberts (Wales)

5th: Matt Walker (England)
3rd ht 3: Jonathon Cummings (N Ireland)

Women's 50m freestyle final
Gold: Natalie du Toit (South Africa)
Silver: Anne Polinario (Canada)
Bronze: Annabelle Williams (Australia)

8th: Rhiannon Henry (Wales)

Women's 100m freestyle final
Gold: Natalie du Toit (South Africa)
Silver: Valerie Grandmaison (Canada)
Bronze: Anne Polinario (Canada)

4th: Rhiannon Henry (Wales)


Men's T12 100m final
Gold: Adekundo Adesoji (Nigeria)
Silver: Hilton Langenhoven (South Africa)
Bronze: Etinosa Eriyo (Nigeria)

3rd sf 3: Matt Cliff (England)
4th sf 1: Neville Bonfield (Wales)

Men's Seated Discus final
Gold: Tanto Campbell (Jamaica)
Silver: Jacques Martin (Canada)
Bronze: Ranjith Kumar Jayaseelan (India)

Men's T46 200m final
Gold: Heath Francis (Australia)
Silver: David Roos (South Africa)
Bronze: Vitalis Lanshima (Nigeria)

Women's Seated Shot Put final
Gold: Nijideka Iyiazi (Nigeria)
Silver: Virginia Ohagwu (Nigeria)
Bronze: Asti Poole (Australia)

7th: Julie Hamzah (Wales)

Women's T37 100m final
Gold: Lisa McIntosh (Australia)
Silver: Katrina Webb (Australia)
Bronze: Beverley Jones (Wales)

Women's T54 final
Gold: Chantal Petitclerc (Canada)
Silver: Eliza Stankovic (Australia)
Bronze: Diane Roy (Canada)

4th: Tanni Grey Thompson (Wales)
7th: Shelly Woods (England)


Women's Wheelchair Table Tennis singles
Gold: Sue Gilroy (England)
Silver: Faith Obiora (Nigeria)
Bronze: Cathy Mitton (England)

Also: Claire Harris (Wales), Sara Head (Wales) - beaten quarter-finalists, Jane Campbell - failed to advance from group stages.


Open EAD event
Gold: Ruel Ishaku (Nigeria)
Silver: Jason Irving (England)
Bronze: Darren Gardiner (Australia)

11th: Anthony Peddle (England)
20th: Gideon Griffiths (Wales)

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