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Commonwealth Games day three as it happened

  1. 04:00 Commentary  

    While bullet-like raindrops descend relentlessly in west London in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, the mercury is set to soar to 33 degrees in the Indian capital on day three of the Commonwealth Games. Up for grabs today - a whopping 28 gold medals, nine of those coming in the pool. Let's get this show on the road.

  2. Twitter  
  3. 04:14 Commentary  

    Like Santa Claus, I have a huge sack of goodies on offer for all you today - it mainly involves (deep breath); swimming (nine golds), athletics (three), track cycling (four), gymnastics (two), shooting (four), weightlifting (two) and finally, everyone's favourite grip and tickle, wrestling (four). But unlike Santa Claus, no-one has left me out a rather sumptuous plate of luxurious biscuits to consume during the night nor am I wearing a rather fetching all-in-one red number. And I actually exist (ooooh, controversial).

  4. 04:20 Commentary  

    Over to the Dr S P Mukherjee Swimming Stadium where double Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington is leading her heat of the women's 800m from two Australians. Watching the 21-year-old cut through the water makes me sick - the grace, ease and efficiency of her stroke makes my freestyle efforts look like a startled wilderbeest. Sigh.

  5. 04:31 Swimming  

    So England's Adlington looks in awesome form going into the 800m final on Thursday and she will be joined my compatriot Sasha Matthews and Scotland's Megan Gilchrist. In the pool right now are the men's 100m swimmers, plenty of early-morning support although the fans are confined to individual nations rather than from domestic supporters.

  6. 04:40 Swimming  

    While we're in the pool, let me divert your attention to Ian Thorpe's assessment of his good friend Geoff Huegill, who has shed about seven stone in order to win a Commonwealth gold. I especially like this line: "Everyone knows he's put on a lot of weight. You don't really want to say it but you know he has, and he knows you know." A few female friends have suffered something similar with the rapidly-expanding waistlines of their other halves.

  7. 04:47 Hockey  

    In hockey, the world's top-ranked side Australia are leading 5-0 against Scotland's men at half-time of their Group A encounter. The Scots have yet to score after an opening 3-0 defeat by Pakistan on Tuesday, incidentally the 100th match of goalkeeper Alistair McGregor's international career.

  8. BBC Radio 5 live's Karen Pickering
    Contributor BBC Radio 5 live's Karen Pickering  

    From Twitter: "Grant Turner, Simon Burnett, Adam Brown & Ieuan Lloyd all thru to tonight's 100m fr semis."

  9. 04:55 Swimming  

    Eight home nations swimmers have made it in to the semi-finals of the women's 100m butterfly. Wales's Ellen Gandy has qualified fastest while England's newly crowned Commonwealth 50m fly champion Fran Halsall is also safely through. The semi-final is at around 1200 BST, 20 minutes or so after Halsall goes for her second gold of the Games in the 100m freestyle.

  10. 05:06 Commentary  

    Looks like Fran Halsall will know the words of Jerusalem by the end of the Games if she continues her superb form in all of her races. The prose of William Blake, put to music by Sir Hubert Parry, has been chosen as England's national anthem ahead of Land of Hope and Glory or God Save the Queen, which has perplexed and annoyed a number of people on BBC 5 live's sports news correspondent Gordon Farquhar's blog. Me? I love it - the hymn always reminds me of the greatest cricket series I have ever had the pleasure of watching, the 2005 Ashes.

  11. 05:09 Swimming  

    Three Englishmen and one Welshman have qualified for Wednesday's final of the 200m backstroke. England's James Goddard, the 2002 champion, qualified fastest in one minute 59.30secs and also through are team-mates Ryan Bennett and Commonwealth Games record holder Chris Walker-Hebborn. Marco Loughran is flying the flag for Wales.

  12. Twitter  

    From Rebecca Adlington: "Waking up at 5.15 is a killer here! However, had the fastest bus trip yet this morning! Only took 27 mins! Now Delhi belly please go away!"

  13. 05:27 Shooting  

    Starting very shortly at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range is the men's pairs double trap finals, featuring England's Steven Scott and Stevan Walton. However, favourites for the event are India's world junior champion Asher Noria, who is just 17, and Ronjan Sohdi. For those unfamiliar with Dr Karni Singh, he was the former ruler of Bikaner, in the state of Rajasthan, and also a former skeet shooting champion. Excellent pub quiz knowledge.

  14. 05:32 Swimming  

    Scottish duo Hannah Miley and Kerry Buchan and England's Stacey Tadd move into Wednesday's 200m breastroke final, along with Australia's defending champion Liesel Jones and Canada's world record holder Annamay Pierse. Most definitely one of the races of the championship.

  15. BBC Sport's Gordon Farquhar
    Contributor BBC Sport's Gordon Farquhar  

    On Twitter: "Games stadium officials say work to repair track went on through the night, will finish by 2pm, and be ready for competition at 1730."

  16. 05:43 Commentary  

    BBC Sport reporter Matthew Pinsent had the honour of watching Abhinav Bindra win India's first gold medal of the Games on Tuesday. The Indian media's coverage of Bindra borders on the obesessive - in comparison the English tabloids' coverage of the X-Factor looks like a local newspaper story on Mrs Miggins and her prize-winning leaks.

  17. 05:47 Swimming  

    Australia will be looking to avenge their defeat in the 2006 final of the men's 4x200m freestyle relay final at around 1320 BST on Wednesday. The Aussies, who were beaten into third place in Melbourne by England and Scotland, have have qualified fastest for the final, although they were only 0.14 seconds quicker than England. Everyone loves a grudge race.

  18. 05:55 Commentary  

    One race the organisers did not anticipate would go down right to the wire at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is the preparation of the athletics track. Parts of the track had to be dug up and resurfaced on Tuesday and work has been ongoing through the night to ensure it is ready for the first event in the athletics, the 100m para sport final at 1300 BST. BBC 5 live's Rahul Tandon is at the athletics stadium, looking down on the track from the media position half-way up the stand on the home straight. "Superficially it looks completed," he said. "They have worked all through night, although there is still some cosmetic work being carried out. The turf has all been laid. I'm now heading down to the track to get a closer look."

  19. 06:11 Lawn bowls  

    Over to one of the more rock 'n' roll sports on offer in Delhi - bowls. The ladies of Wales are in action against Guernesy and are currently 1-0 up and 4-2 in front in the second set. The Welsh bowlers are sporting some particularly fetching red trousers complemented by jet black polo shirts, the sort of thing you might see Rickie Fowler wearing at the US PGA rather than on the bowling green. The Guernsians are slightly more sombre white out, although the shock of yellow and red across their shirts says "we can do alternative".

  20. 06:13 Athletics  

    Back to that troubled athletics track and Commonwealth Games Federation president Mike Fennell says: "I'm happy to tell you that the repair work has been completed at the athletics stadium and all systems are go for this afternoon. It was all done, checked this morning by the technical delegate for the IAAF and he has informed us that all systems are go." Good news for everyone, especially the athletes.

  21. SMS  

    From Lizzie: "My 10-year-old daughter requested an early wake up call to watch Commonwealth swimming so we're curled up on the sofa under rugs here in Liverpool. She loves her swimming but no early morning trainings yet!" Metaphorical high-five to you and your daughter Lizzie, let's hope for some medals to keep her smiling at school.

  22. 06:22 Commentary  

    You know the mystery of the empty seats in Delhi from the opening two days? Well organising chief Suresh Kalmadi is confident the vacuous venues have been consigned to the dustbin of history. "The boxing and wrestling venues were packed yesterday," he said. "More than 50,000 tickets were sold yesterday and, with India winning golds, interest has picked up. We're having very good sales in hockey, tennis and athletics.There are now queues in every stadium so hopefully things will be OK by tomorrow."

  23. 06:28 Commentary  

    England captain Kate Walsh equalises against Canada in the women's hockey to make it 1-1 after 20 mintues of the first half. It's another goal from a short corner routine, the fourth out of five for England at this tournament so far after Crista Cullen's hat-trick in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Wales. Meanwhile, you may have seen Rebecca Adlington's Tweet about the bouts of Delhi Belly which has struck the swimming squad. She told BBC Sport: "Most of us girls have got it. You don't feel bad in itself, it's just that I can't eat and I'm going to the toilet every couple of minutes, but it could be a lot worse."

  24. 06:35 Hockey  

    Ah. Scotland's men's hockey team have been absolutely annihilated 9-0 by world champions Australia at full-time. They lost their first match against Pakistan 3-0 on Tuesday, so they will need a goalfest in their next game against Malaysia on Friday if they are to stand any chance of reaching the latter stages.

  25. BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce
    Contributor BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce  

    On Twitter: "Just been to athletes village to interview Tonga's first ever CWG swimmer. No pools in country. Coral tidal pool offshore, regular drownings. Arrived in Delhi having slept 24 hours on floor of Newark Airport. Straight into comp without bags arriving, borrowed swim-hat from Jamaican."

  26. 06:47 Lawn bowls  

    Wales's Anwen Butten and Hannah Smith have beaten Guernsey's Gwen De La Mar and Lucy Beere 7-5 9-7 in the women's pairs. The Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex looks absolutely fantastic in the late morning sunshine as the duos shake hands and exchange kisses while hundreds of huge-winged birds drift effortlessly above their heads. Not quite sure what type of avian species they are, or what attraction has piqued their interest, but they add a dramatic effort to the pictures.

  27. CBBC Newsround's Sonali Shah
    Contributor CBBC Newsround's Sonali Shah  

    "Just had sniffer dog nosing around my bag at the IBC...it's almost as if he knew I'd snuck a pain au chocolat in there from the breakfast buffet to have as a mid-morning snack!" Read more of Sonali's updates for Newsround.

  28. SMS  

    From Si in exile in Sydney: "Re: comment at 6:11 - I can probably forgive the misspelling of 'Guernsey' but not knowing that the correct term for the island's inhabitants is 'Guerns' and not 'Guernsians' is unforgivable!" Consider myself admonished.

  29. 07:00 Athletics  

    Bad news for England sprinter Hayley Jones, whp has been ruled out of the Commonwealth Games. The Crewe-born athlete had been selected for both relay squads and the 200m but suffered a calf injury at the pre-Games training camp in Doha.

  30. 07:04 Hockey  

    Alex Danson puts England 2-1 up against Canada in the second half of the women's hockey, producing a neat turn on the edge of the D and smashing a reverse stick shot into the far corner from a tight angle. Diana Roemer had put the Canadians, who are ranked 19th in the world, into a surprise lead with a penalty stroke but Kate Walsh levelled from England's fifth penalty corner of the first half. Also, footballer's take note. Leicester's Hannah Macleod received a right old whack on her knee from a Canadian hockey stick at the end of the first half. Yes, she spent a couple of minutes on the floor in agony, but there were no histrionics and after a bit of an ice pack, she was back on her feet and returned to the action after the break. Hard as nails.

  31. 07:11 Cycling  

    Over at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, the men's keirin heats are underway - but in slightly farcical circumstances as the first race has to be restarted. The motorbike, which the riders trail for six of the eight laps around the velodrome, can't quite find the early pace at the starting line and the entire field finds itself ahead of the pace setter. Whoops. But no such problems second time around.

  32. 07:14 Commentary  

    If you look to your right on screen, you'll see a slightly odd-looking medal table. It's not correct and the people who are charged with ensuring all the information is correct are having all sorts of technical issues with their systems, hence the wrong number of medals and the stranger order. So totally disregard it, especially all you Indian fans indignant with rage about our failure to notice your five gold medals. It's not on purpose, I assure you.

  33. 07:31 Wrestling  

    England's Myroslav Dykun has caused a ruckus by reaching the final of the men's 66kg category wrestling following a 5-0 win over home favourite Sunil Kumar. The Ukrainian-born Dykun saw off Australia's Cory O'Brien 7-0 in the semi-final and is on course to win England's first Commonwealth Games wrestling gold since Noel Loban in 1986. Dykun, who lives in Prestwich in the north-west, will wrestle Canadian Jack Bond for gold at 1630 BST.

  34. 07:37 Commentary  

    Full-time result in the women's hockey and it's two wins out of two for England following a 4-1 victory over Canada. Georgie Twigg scored the fourth to confirm the result, tapping from close range after the Canadian keeper had got a stick to Crista Cullen's shot from a penalty corner. It's fair to say England were not at their best at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, but then you can't grumble too much with a second sucessive 4-1 win after beating Wales on Tuesday.

  35. 07:51 Cycling  

    Scotland's Ross Edgar left it late to secure his place in the keirin semi-final after struggling in his heat this morning. The Olympic silver medallist qualified through the repechage, although England's David Daniell had no such concerns after winning his heat. In the women's sprint, Scotland's Jenny Davis and Charline Joiner are assured at least a silver medal after qualifying second to Australia in the two-lap event. World record-holding duo Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch, who finished one and two in the women's 500m time trial on Tuesday, qualified fastest in 34.115 seconds, with Davis and Joiner almost two seconds behind in 36.057secs.

  36. 07:59 Medal alert MEN'S 10M AIR RIFLE  

    India have won another gold at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range, but golden boy Abhinav Bindra will have to make do with silver as Gagan Narang takes the plaudits. Narang, who won gold with his celebrated team-mate in the 10m air rifle pairs on Tuesday, broke his own world record to win with 703.6 points. Bindra finished with 698 points while England's James Huckle won the bronze with 693.5 points. Bindra is one of 26 aspiring Olympians being tracked for the BBC's World Olympic Dreams project.

  37. 08:06 Hockey  

    England women's hockey coach Danny Kerry is absolutely seething after his team were forced to play their second group match against Canada, which they won 4-1, during the hottest part of the day. He has told BBC 5 live's Alistair Eykyn: "To play elite sport in 40C and 80% humidity is inappropriate and dangerous. The organisers are in ivory towers, they don't consult us. We made representations before the Games and just hit brick walls."

  38. SMS  

    From Adam: The 'huge-winged birds' (see 0647) will be Maribu storks which feed on carrion and live on Delhi's rubbish heaps, or possibly - if they are not so huge - red kites."

  39. 08:17 Commentary  

    Our medal table is now up and running again after suffering technical glitches, so for all you Indian fans indignant with rage following its refusal to acknowledge the five gold medals won on Tuesday, they are all there in their splendour, along with Gagan Narang's latest success in the shooting. Sorry.

  40. 08:28 Commentary  

    The Jerusalem anthem saga has divided the English camp. The women's hockey team struggled with the second verse before their 4-1 win over Canada (the embarrassed smiles during the close-ups are a treat to watch) while some members of the camp confessed they didn't know the words. You have to love the internet - a few clicks later and you have every single word of the hymn at your fingertips. Anyone received any grief for subconsciously humming along in an important meeting at work? Text me on 81111 (UK) or +44 7786200666 (worldwide) and share your embarrassing tales of Jerusalem woe to make the women's hockey team feel a little better.

  41. 08:42 Cycling  

    Over at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, the women's 25km points final, 100 laps of the velodrome, is well and truly under way with plenty of home nations interest. There are three competitors from England, two from Wales and one each from Northern Ireland and Scotland.

  42. 08:43 Medal alert MEN'S DOUBLE TRAP PAIRS  

    Steve Scott and Stevan Walton win England's third gold medal - and first at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range - of the Games.

  43. 08:45 Medal alert WOMEN'S 25KM POINTS RACE  

    Australia's Megan Dunn wins gold in the track cycling, claiming the final sprint to edge out New Zealand's Lauren Ellis, who takes silver while Canada's world champion Tara Whitten has to make do with bronze. England's Katie Colclough misses out on a medal, finishing fourth.

  44. 09:04 Cycling  

    Nasty crash at the velodrome as Scotland's Ross Edgar crashes out of the men's keirin semi-final after clashing with South Africa's Bernard Pierre Esterhuizen on the final lap. The Olympic silver medallist looks in real pain as he lies motionless on the floor, but a couple of minutes later and he's back on his feet which is encouraging, although he is receiving attention for a couple of nasty scrapes. Esterhuizen, however, is led away on a stretcher with a rather nasty gash on his left leg. Fingers crosed there is no long-lasting damage done. The semi-final was won by Australia's world sprint silver medallist Shane Perkins. There will be English representation in the final with David Daniell finishing third in the first semi-final.

  45. 09:13 Cycling  

    Time for Scotland to have a bash at gold in the women's sprint with Jenny Davis and Charline Joiner, who are assured at least a silver medal after qualifying second to Australia in the two-lap event. They are up against World record-holding duo Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch of Australia.

  46. 09:17 Medal alert WOMEN'S TEAM SPRINT (CYCLING)  

    Scotland duo Jenny Davis and Charline Joiner are blown away by Australia's all-conquering world champion pairing of Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch, who win gold in a new Commonwealth record of 33.8111secs. It's Meares' second gold of the competition following from her success in the women's 500m time trial on Tuesday. Canada take bronze.

  47. 09:27 Commentary  

    I'm feeling a little lonely here in Television Centre, although the sound of a fire alarm ringing at close range is making me slightly concerned. You can have your tuppence worth through the 606 website, which opened for business about 25 minutes ago, as well as texting 81111 (UK) or +44 7786200666 (worldwide - texts charged at your standard operator rate).

  48. SMS  

    From From 'Mummy Jo': "A mention of our good nation's synchro swimmers would be great. Looks like all safely through to finals tomorrow and potential for three medals!"

    Thwack. That's the sound of my hand slapping my forehead, accompanied by a sigh of lament. How could I forget England's Jenna Randall and Scotland's Lauren Smith, who were second and third in the preliminaries of the solo technical routine in the first synchronised swimming event, both qualifying for Thursday's final?

  49. 09:54 Squash  

    England's third seed Alison Waters claims her place in the women's semi-finals of the squash competition following a draining 12-10 9-11 11-5 10-12 11-2 victory over New Zealand's Joelle King. IOC president Jacques Rogge has been watching the action at the Siri Fort Sports Complex as the sport aims to grab a place at the 2020 Olympics.

  50. 606  

    From TheMF8: "As ever day three of the archery and so far a single mention and a complete failure of your roving reporter to even arrive at the venue on time. Can we have some sort of update please?"

    England's archery men's recurve team of Simon Terry, Larry Godfrey and Alan Wills came from two points down to beat Cyprus and set up a semi-final tie against Malaysia on Friday, while the women are also in the semis thanks to a bye.

  51. 09:55 Cycling  

    The men's keirin final, with two Englishman, is under way.

  52. 10:01 Medal alert MEN'S KEIRIN TRACK CYCLING  

    Azizulhasni Awang lifts his front wheel in celebration as he crosses the finishing line in first place, earning Malaysia's first ever gold medal in track cycling at the Commonwealth Games, while team-mate Josiah Ng just beats England's Dave Daniell for the silver medal. That's England's first medal on the track at the Games too. Daniell looked favourite to take top spot on the podium with 100m to go, but Awang somehow manages to sneak through a paper-thin gap, squeezing his bike through the melee before a trademark wheelie. Great race.

  53. 10:07 Breaking news AWANG LOSES GOLD  

    Hold the front page - Azizulhasni Awang has been relegated because of a nudge in the final sprint on New Zealand's Simon van Velthooven, so team-mate Josiah Ng wins gold and David Daniell is promoted to silver. Extraordinary scenes, made the more controversial following Shane Perkins' relegation following his victory in the semi-finals. The decision has caused all sorts of consternation in the BBC commentary box, with former Olympic champion Chris Boardman complaining the race is in danger of becoming over-regulated. Another Olympic winner Rob Hayles described the final as one of the best he has ever seen. Controversy at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex.

  54. 10:10 Cycling  

    The race commissaire decided Awang was guilty of reckless behaviour and didn't give his opponent enough room to race. "A beautiful event over sanitised as far as I am concerned," says Chris Boardman while Hugh Porter adds: "The rules are spoiling the Keirin - the nature of the beast is six men fighting and bumping on the track - keirin means fight in Japanese. The best man won, but now he's not going to get his gold medal and that is a travesty."

  55. SMS  

    From DiManki, Brighton: "Awang's relegation is ludicrous. That was THE best finish to a race I have ever seen and the judges should be disqualified. Really disappointing."

  56. 10:24 Weightlifting  

    English teenager Zoe Smith has made an excellent start in the women's 58kg final, lifting 85kg on her third attempt in the snatch. Only Clementina Ciana Agricole of the Seychelles has lifted more going into the clean and jerk. More to come from Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex.

  57. 10:28 Breaking news  

    Apologies to all of you watching the weightlifting but we've lost pictures from our interactive stream. A man with billions of cables in hand is attempting to plug the right one in its socket to bring you the denouement.

  58. 10:35 Tennis  

    Tennis has been neglected so far, so it's my role - nay, duty - to inform you that England's James Ward has beaten Scotland's Jamie Murray 7-5 6-0 in the all-British second-round match while India's first seed Somdev Devverman has given Sri Lanka's Amresh Jayawickrene a thorough 6-0 6-1 thrashing. England's Anna Smith, the seventh seed, has beaten Sohineh Ghosh of Mauritius 6-4 6-1 to book her place in the third round, while India's second seed Sania Mirza dispensed of Brittany Teei of the Cook Islands 6-0 6-2.

  59. 10:39 Shooting  

    India have won their seventh gold of the Games following yet another success at the shooting range, this time in the women's 25m pistol final as Anisa Sayyed outpoints compatriot Rahi Sarnobat. Sayeed shoots 583, seven points moer than Sarnobat. Malaysia's Pei Chin Bibiana Ng claims the final spot on the podium.

  60. 10:48 Swimming  

    England's Jenna Randall has given herself a fantastic opportunity to win two medals on Thursday following the technical routines in the solo and duet synchronised swimming. The 22-year-old, silver medallist in Melbourne, is in second behind Canada's Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon in the solo and in the same place in the duet with partner Olivia Allison. Scotland's Lauren Smith is also in good medal contention one place adrift of Randall in third place in the solo. And while the headlines have gravitated towards the empty seats at the majority of venues, there at least over 1500 spectators, including plenty of enthusiastic schoolkids, at the Dr S P Mukherjee Swimming Stadium.

  61. 10:55 Medal alert MEN'S 40KM POINTS RACE  

    An imperious Cameron Meyer raises his arms aloft in triumph following yet another gold for Australia at the velodrome. The world champion is untouchable in this race. A second medal for England arrives via George Atkins, who wins silver while the Isle of Man's Mark Christian earns his country's first medal of the Games.

  62. Contributor BBC Sport's Colin Hazelden  

    From Twitter: "Good start for England's Reiss Beckford in the gymnastics. A 14.800 on the floor leaves him 2nd after the first rotation."

  63. 11:13 Squash  

    You wait ages for an English squash player to beat a New Zealander, then two come along in succession. Second seed Jenny Duncalf has beaten seventh seed Jaclyn Hawkes 11-8 11-4 to reach the semi-finals. Team-mate Alison Waters also reached the last four following a victory over Hawkes's compatriot Joelle King. Not too sure about how the draw pans out and whether we have an all-English semi, but I'll get back to you with news when it slams down on my desk and splashes cold tea in my face.

  64. SMS  

    From Zoe Smith's cousin: "Big cheers for my cousin Zoe Smith! You can do it!"

  65. SMS  

    From Anon: "Is it just me, or are England making a slowish start in Delhi according to the medal table? My memory of the Commonwealths is that England, Australia and Canada normally streak away early?"

  66. 11:27 Medal alert WOMEN'S 58KG WEIGHTLIFTING  

    England's Zoe Smith fails her third and final attempt at 108kg in the clean and jerk, but 16-year-old has earned a bronze medal. Fantastic display but she has a melancholic expression on her face. Cheer up Zoe. India's Reenu Bala wins the host nation's first gold at the weightlifting arena, while Australia's Seen Lee wins silver.

  67. 11:29 Medal alert MEN'S ALL-ROUND GYMNASTICS  

    Luke Folwell and Reiss Beckford lead an England one-two on the podium and with Australia's Joshua Jefferis in third. Folwell wins England's fourth gold of the Games, finishing with 85.550 to narrowly squeeze past Beckford's total of 85.450

  68. 11:33 Medal alert MEN'S SWIMMING 200M BACKSTROKE  

    James Goddard, champion in 2002, regains his title in emphatic style with a new Commonwealth record of 1:55.58secs, earning England's fifth gold medal to boot too.

  69. 11:40 Medal alert WOMEN'S 100M SWIMMING FREESTYLE  

    Australia's Alicia Coutts upsets the Fran Halsall medal sweep with a time of 54.09, with team-mate Emily Seebohm touching second. Halsall, the 50m butterfly champion, has to be content with bronze - but make no mistake that is a big upset. Halsall is the European champion and world silver medallist over 100m. Maybe the Delhi Belly which has corrupted the majority of the women's swimmers has played a part in that...

  70. 11:42 Commentary  

    New Commonwealth 200m champion James Goddard: "I knew I had that swim in me. I knew I could do a 1:55 and I think I can go quicker. I've had a shoulder problem playing up in the last few days which I tried to put out of my mind. I wanted to go out hard and control the race and then people had to swim how I wanted them to."

  71. 11:50 Commentary  

    England have two swimmers in the final of the men's 100m with Simon Burnett and Adam Brown, while Australia's Eamon Sullivan, a silver medallist in the Beijing Olympics over the distance, looks in imperious form, winning his semi-final by a good length or so.

  72. 11:53 Commentary  

    If you can see smoke billowing over in the west London vicinity, chances are it's probably emanating from my keyboard following a madcap 20 minutes of medals. And so as my fingers burn to the bone, I hand the text-commentating baton to Mark Ashenden, who will guide you through the evening's festivities in Delhi as well as the contents of his plastic lunchbox. Until tomorrow morning, adieu.

  73. 11:52 Commentary  

    Thanks Pranav. Great work. Go dip your fingers into a pint of milk. Morning to you all. I had a dream I was fighting in Greco-Roman wrestling last night. Wearing a blue vest and really uncomfortable shoes. I lost badly. Further details may have to wait. Back to the action. Swimming, hockey, gymnastics. Athletics later. And loads more. Breathless action. Welcome by the way.

  74. 11:59 Commentary  

    What's coming up I hear you scream? Next swimming final at 1211 BST and there's a whole bag of aqua action until 1400 BST. Athletics gets going from 1300 BST. Women's individual all-round final starting at 1230 BST. Weightlifting and wrestling. I'm sure you're probably shouting "Hey MARK - what about the bla bla". Well you just hold your horses. There are only so many words I can use right now or your computer will self-combust. Fair? I'm thinking of you OKAY?

  75. 12:05 Swimming  

    It's the women's 100m freestyle semi-finals and England's Fran Halsall in action. She's struggling a bit though and is fourth. England's Ellen Gandy comes through in top spot in 58.24s. Welsh girl Jemma Lowe coming up in the next semi.

  76. 12:10 Swimming  

    Second semi-final and Wales' Jemma Lowe wins in 58.44. Top effort. The Aussies take up the next three places, while England's Jess Sylvester makes Thursday's final. But Fran Halsall is OUT after her slow semi. Halsall reveals she has a tummy blug. Poor love. She strolls out of the pool and doesn't look great. She needs her bed, a cup of tea and some hugs. Any other suggestions for stomach problems? "I don't want to be sick on you Sharon" she says poolside!

  77. Swimming Fran Halsall tells BBC Sport:  

    "I had nothing to give today and I couldn't stand up after [the 100m butterfly]. I don't know why I put myself through it sometime. It's frustrating because I know if I was at my best I could do well. But it was a gutsy performance. I'm feeling sick and I don't want to be sick over you Sharron."

  78. Swimming Jemma Lowe tells BBC Sport:  

    "I just wanted to get out there and see how fast I can go and this was the fastest I had gone in this suit so I was happy. It is great experience being with the Australians all the time, especially Felicity [Galvez], as they times are always so quick."

    If you asked me to swim in my suit, I'd probably sink. That black velvet was not designed for water I tell you.

  79. Commentary More chat from Jemma Lowe:  

    "I've got pins and needles in my hands I was so nervous. All the coaches say I'm a 200m swimmer, but I prefer the 100 and I never know which one I'm going to do better in. To bring a medal home would be brilliant."

    While England's Jess Sylvester (who also made the final) says: "Worst turn I've ever done in my life. I really don't want to watch that back."

    Watch out folks. Fran Halsall is on the podium for her 100m freestyle medal - she's looking a little wobbly. Deep breaths Fran. Throwing up on the podium wouldn't be good for TV. Or would it? No, of course not.

  80. 12:24 Hockey England vs Trinidad and Tobago LATEST  

    England are 3-0 up in the second half in their second group match against Trinidad. Looks like two wins out of two for Jason Lee's team. They're back in action again against the mighty Canadians on Thursday.

  81. 12:29 Medal alert Matthew Cowdrey wins Para S9 50m freestyle gold  
  82. 12:32 Swimming Women's 200m breaststroke final coming up  
  83. 12:35 Medal alert Australia win a 1-2-3 in the women's 200m breaststroke  
  84. 12:38 Hockey  

    Back to the hockey. England have won their opening men's match in Pool B against Trinidad & Tobago. Simon Mantell scored twice in the first half. Ashley Jackson and Nathan Ogden scored after the break to wrap up a 4-0 victory in a scrappy contest.

  85. 12:40 Medal alert Jason Dunford wins the men's butterfly gold  

    That's the first Kenyan swimming gold in any games my colleagues tell me. Brilliant. Boy that was close. Dunford punches the air. I think he's quite happy with that. Aussie Geoff Huegill (Ian Thorpe calls him Skippy in the studio - are Aussies called anything else?) South African Commonwealth Games record holder Roland Schoeman takes bronze.

  86. BBC Sport's Ian Thorpe
    Contributor BBC Sport's Ian Thorpe  

    Well worth a read of Thorpe's comments on Geoff Huegill from last night - quite a story about weight loss. Get reading - it's an inspiration)

    And Thorpe's quotes from five minutes ago on his fellow-Aussie: "That's a great time, we saw him change coming into the wall to finish well, but he just lost it. He is definitely good enough to get to London 2012, but I think he was really aiming at the Commonwealth Games and we'll have to see. We are talking about a highly skilled athlete and those skills adapt and come back. You see the way he adjusted coming into the wall there with a half-stroke on his penultimate stroke, but it just wasn't quite enough."

  87. BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce
    Contributor BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce  
    At the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium: "Less than an hour until the Commonwealths athletics programme begins. Limited punters in to watch so far, but there's time. Big news is that Trackgate (TM) is officially over - a BBC inspection team lead by Steve Cram and Jonathan Edwards have pronounced the surface "absolutely fine". Good work from the flat-out maintenance team and beavering overnight workmen."
  88. Swimming Geoff Huegill reveals his thoughts after winning silver:  

    "Racing can be cruel at times, but two years ago I was near 140kgs and I am happy with that time. I am happy just to be back in this environment."

    I'd like to see the before and after shots but it sounds like quite a journey. Hats off to the boy.

  89. 13:01 Commentary Technical announcement!  

    Not sure what the appropriate graphic is for this but I have an apology to make. Firstly, for not chucking in all your beautiful comments so far - I'm getting my head around some new technical stuff - I won't go into it. But when the action calms down a bit I promise I will get some text, tweets and 606 contributions thrown in here because we wouldn't be here without you. FACT. SECONDLY, you may well be seeing some rogue characters in this commentary. It's not me experimenting with some ancient Egyptian font - there's a technical issue and those lovely people in white coats are trying desperately to sort it out. I'll keep you posted. Just stay cool and don't get too angry if you see a weird  the text. We're sorting it. Back to the pool.

  90. 13:07 Medal alert Emily Seebohm wins women's 100m backstroke GOLD  

    Another gold for Australia with Emily Seebohm coming through in 59.79. England's Gemma Spofforth takes silver and Canadian Julia Wilkinson wins bronze.

  91. 13:11 Athletics ATHLETICS STARTS  

    And it's the men's 100m. Mark Lewis-Francis wins the first heat in 10.15s and he points to the camera and is a very delighted man. "Super fast" says commentator Steve Cram. And that's a season's fastest time for MLF. Second round in about 150 minutes.

  92. Swimming Gemma Spofforth  

    After taking silver, she says: "I'm very cross with myself, I don't even know what you call that finish, it wasn't a finish at all, and I hate coming second. We were talking about it before about how you couldn't see the flags and I thought, 'yeah you can, what's the problem?' But then I couldn't see the flags at all. I missed the 15m one and then just got my head down, but it wasn't enough. I've got to go and work on the technical now."

  93. 13:17 Swimming Men's 100m breaststroke final up next  
  94. 13:20 Swimming  

    Scotland's Kris Gilchrist and Michael Jamieson and England's Daniel Sliwinski in action..more British medals please. No pressure.

  95. 13:22 Medal alert South African Cameron van Der Burgh wins100m breaststroke GOLD  

    Cameron van der Burgh takes gold in the men's 100m breaststroke as the Scottish fans look a little flat around the pool as Michael Jamieson misses out on a medal by one place.

  96. 13:29 Athletics Mark Lewis-Francis tells BBC Sport:  

    "I am over the moon with that. Linford [Christie] told me to have fun and that is what I am going to do. I will take it round by round and see how it goes. I turned 28 the other day so I am not taking life too seriously anymore, I am just going with the flow. It would be nice to leave with a medal but it is early days. It is really hot out here and I have never run in conditions like this before so it is all new to me."

    MLF on the village and the track:
    "I think there has been a lot of fuss. I am very comfortable in the village and on the warm-up track. India is putting on a great show, man. I am enjoying my moment here."

  97. SMS  

    From Judy in Nairobi: "Waiting all morning to watch dunford swim. Then of course power goes off just before race. Thanks again to kplc.... Or Kenyan parrafin lamps and candles..... Well done to jason by the way!"

  98. 13:41 Swimming Women's 4x200m freestyle final right now  
  99. 13:47 Medal alert AUSTRALIA win women's 4x200m freestyle GOLD  

    And it's BRONZE for England. They started the final handover out of the medals but put in a strong finish to grab third with an English record. Big effort. England's Rebecca Adlington is another swimmer struggling with a dodgy tummy and the commentators were a little worried about her. Scottish girls are fifth and Wales are sixth with Northern Ireland in seventh. Is there no one capable of stopping these Aussies? New Zealand take a shock silver.

  100. 13:57 Wrestling  

    England's Myroslav Dykun wins the men's 66kg Greco-Roman wrestling GOLD after pinning Canadian Jack Bond to the mat in the final.

  101. 14:03 Wrestling  

    The Ukraine-born Dykun takes the Greco-Roman wrestling title after grappling his opponent midway through the first session and (and I quote my sources) "pinning him in a vice-like grip to stop the bout."

    England team manager Shaun Morley: "We know he is a world class athlete and he performed above and beyond expectations today." Dykun also caused the biggest upset of the tournament so far when he beat home favourite Sunil Kumar of India.

  102. 14:06 Swimming Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final right NOW  
  103. 14:13 Medal alert AUSTRALIA wins men's 4x200m freestyle gold  

    A brilliant SILVER for the Scottish boys. No question about the winners though. While the English relay quartet trail in fifth. With the final leg starting, the English and Scottish boys were involved in a right old tussle. South Africa take bronze ahead of the Canadians. Just looking at the shoulders of the Aussie boys. They are as wide as they are tall. Immense. Australia have won six out of nine finals tonight. You do the MATH but that's pretty hot.

  104. 14:15 Swimming  

    Australia's foursome of Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Nick Frost, Ryan Napoleon and Kenrick Monk emulated their Aussie women team-mates by setting a new Games record of 7:10.29 in the 4x200m.

  105. 14:25 Commentary ROUND-UP  

    A round-up for you. (I bet I'll still be missing something but there is lot going on!

    Let me know there's anything specific you want my small team of hedgehogs to dig out for you). A few of the results you may have missed from earlier today include cyclists Cameron Meyer and Megan Dunn taking gold for Australia in the 40km and 25km points races respectively. Kaarle McCulloch and Anna Meares put more green and gold on the top step with a win in the team sprint.

    Malaysia's Josiah Ng broke the Australian stranglehold on the cycling with victory in the Keirin ahead of England's David Daniell. Over on the shooting range it has been an England and India carve-up with 10-metre air rifle and 50-metre pistol title going to the hosts' Gagan Narang and Omkar Singh.

    England's Steven Scott and Stevan Walton clinched the pairs double trap under the cross of St George. There were a couple of landmarks you may have missed at the aquatics complex. Hearty congratulations to Prasanta Karmakar who has won the hosts' first medal in the pool with a bronze in the men's Para S9 50m freestyle.

    Australian Leisel Jones' victory in the 200m breaststroke meant she became only the third person to claim three Commonwealth titles in a row in the same event.

  106. 14:36 Scotland The missing medal!  

    A few of you have quite rightly lambasted for me for not mentioning the Scottish silver medal in the men's swimming relay. I bashed out at least 112 words on the brilliant effort but for some reason it didn't publish. I'm trying to push it through. Please believe me on this one.

  107. 14:50 Athletics  

    Just catching up on some of the earlier heats. Welsh runner Elaine O'Neil comes through first in her 100m heat with 11.60s. England's Montell Douglas with a poodle sitting on top of her head (hairstyle that is) and she qualifies in third place after a sharp start with 11.74. 100m second rounds are on Thursday. Douglas says "I was quite nervous".

  108. 14:54 Athletics  

    Australian Sally Pearson wins her 100m heat in 10.49 and beats off England's Laura Turner and Katherine Endacott but they're all safely through. Northern Ireland's Amy Foster also progresses. Carys Parry and Zoe Derham each threw the qualifying distance in the women's hammer to reach Thursday's final. Wales' Parry recorded 63.53m and Derham of England 62.33m to go through from the first qualifying group. Denise Lewis comments on Montell Douglas's hair: "It's not for me". Mmmmm It's not for me either Denise.

  109. 14:55 Badminton  

    On the badminton front, England's Carl Baxter has taken the first game against Canada's Alex Pang 21-18. He is 5-4 down in the second though.

  110. 14:58 Athletics  

    It's the women's 400m heats coming up. A gut-busting one lap in the Delhi heat.

  111. 15:01 Squash  

    World number one Nicole David is giving England's Laura Massaro a tough time in the squash. The Malaysian has wrapped up the opening game 11-5.

  112. 15:03 Athletics Sir Viv!  

    What no cricket graphic! Has anybody told Sir Vivian Richards there is no cricket at the Commonwealth Games? The West Indian legend is sporting a rather low-key mustard coloured polo shirt and is enjoying the athletics. Anybody else spotted any celebs out there?

  113. CBBC Newsround's Sonali Shah
    Contributor CBBC Newsround's Sonali Shah  

    By text in Delhi: Just spoken to Zoe Smith - she can't quite believe she's won bronze."

    The 16-year-old Smith earlier won bronze for England in the women's 58kg weightlifting with a combined lift of 188kg.

  114. SMS  

    From Uragaan in Sandy Plains: Wow, really? Either Sally Pearson didn't clock 10.49 for the 100m, or you failed to mention the world record has just been equalled!"

    Ha ha. Great spot. And you're not the only one. It seems my sweaty digits have handed the mighty Aussie an equal world record time in the 100m. Sally's good but not that good. The Aussies might be setting the pool alight tonight but on the track, I'm afraid I have to announce the world record has not been matched. Sorry folks. I made a boo-boo. It's really as simple as that.

  115. BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce
    Contributor BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce  

    "Just to clarify a tweet I sent earlier, the stadium's floodlights have attracted millions of panicking moths, and not goths, as some read. This is Delhi, not Leeds circa 1989."

    It's the men's 5,000m final coming right up. England's Chris Thompson in action. First athletics final at these Games.

  116. Contributor BBC World Service's Matt Kenyon  

    On Twitter in Delhi: Gold for Nigeria in the wrestling! Congratulations Joe Agbonavbare, who beat local favourite Manoj Kumar in the men's 84kg."

  117. 15:40 Medal alert Ugandan Kipsiro wins the men's 5,000m GOLD  

    A quite breathtaking final lap between Moses Kipsiro and Kenyan former world champion Eliud Kipchoge who battle it out neck and neck. Kipchoge edges ahead with 200m left but the Ugandan stays strong and wins by two feet. A quite stunning spectacle.

  118. 15:48 Athletics Chris Thompson tells BBC Sport:  

    Incredible words from England's Mr Thompson who finished fifth in that fabulous 5,000m final. "I tried to ignore everything and not get too excited before the race – I’m loving the Commonwealth Games and the village – I was still fighting to the death – that was good – I needed that to fuel me for the winter and that caps off an awesome season for me."

    Thompson then finishes his interview by describing a small gift that he woke up looking at this morning. "Thank you for the erect elephants trunk". A lucky local symbol I'm told. I'm sure you will all tell give some further details. Steve Cram corrects Thompson and calls it a "raised trunk". Interesting. Men's 100m second round coming up.

  119. 15:54 Athletics  

    Mark Lewis-Francis stays relaxed to come through the 100m second round with a time of 10.20s. That's solid stuff for MLF. He can now go back to the hotel, put his slippers on and chill to the max until Thursday. A very sweaty MLF says: "I'm enjoying my championships. To be performing like this in October at the end of a long season I'm over the moon. I still had to train after winning the European silver. I'm just humble and over the moon. I'm happy to be in this shape."

    OVER THE MOON. If there is a more over-used phrase in sport I'd like to know what it is. I'd be over the moon if you pass on any further over-used sport phrases.

  120. BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce
    Contributor BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce  

    From the stadium: "Sensational sprint finish to the 5,000m. If every final is that good at these Commonwealths we'll be laughing. All hail Moses Kipsiro and Eliud Kipchoge."

  121. SMS  

    From Euan in Glasgow: "Overused phrase: giving 110%! That is literally impossible. Stupid phrase. On the other hand what a swim from the scottish boys!"

    Keep them coming in. Other contenders - "They think it's all over" and "At the end of the day"

  122. 16:12 Badminton  

    English pair Chris Adcock and Anthony Clark have strolled through the opening game of their match against Canada's Anthony Ng and Jon Vandervet. The damage was 21-11 in the Siri Fort Sports Complex.

    Over in the bowls (and a lot of you have been rightfully pestering me for updates) it is first blood to England in their battle with Wales. Stuart Airey and Mervyn King have won the first set 10-5. I'll keep you posted.

  123. 16:21 Gymnastics MORE GOLD FOR AUSTRALIA  

    The Indian crowd must be bored of hearing the Aussie national anthem. The Australian women took all three medals in the individual all-around gymnastics. Lauren Mitchell collected her second gold at the Games.

    Mitchell and 16-year-old Emily Little battled it out for top honours throughout the four discipline event, with the final test on the floor securing Mitchell the gold by 2.350 points. Australian Georgia Bonora won bronze, while England struggled to get into medal contention, finishing with Imogen Cairns and Jocelyn Hunt in fourth and fifth.

  124. 16:25 Commentary  

    A quick note for all our overseas readers - please check the number you are using to send live texts into us. It should be +44 7786200666 so if you have any other number stored in your phones then please update it - thanks.

  125. Twitter  

    From severinmira: ""There are no easy games" is surely a contender"

  126. 16:33 Squash SQUASH LATEST:  

    Essex's Daryl Selby has levelled to one game all against Mohd Azlan Iskandar with a 11-7 win in the second. He has won four of his five matches against Iskandar, let's see how this one goes.

  127. 16:43 Athletics ATHLETICS ROUND-UP  

    Round-up of men's 100m heats. Jamaica's 21-year-old Oshane Bailey was the fastest with a 10.12s and looks good for gold in Thursday’s semi-finals. With fellow-Jamaicans Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell missing, Bailey said: "Right now Bolt is the fastest but he's beatable. A lot of people do not know me but that's why I am here to win gold and establish myself as a 100m sprinter." Nigeria's Egwero Oghoghene was second quickest with 10.13, while Canadian Sam Effah ran 10.15. England's Mark Lewis-Francis will looking to add to the silver he won at the European championships in the summer.

  128. SMS  

    From Ollie in Bristol: "'A game of two halves' I'm sure most will agree a pretty ridiculous, overused turn of phrase, kinda states the obvious and adds nothing to what's being said."

  129. 16:53 Swimming SWIMMING ILLNESS UPDATE:  

    With England swimmers Rebecca Adlington and Fran Halsall both suffering from stomach problems, team leader John Atkinson says: "About 20% of the team of 45 have had something. It lasts for a short period - a 24-hour type thing - but we are working with them. Some who may have been affected earlier in the week are now back in the water and swimming well."

    Being sick in a swimming pool can't be the best can it? The less I say about this the better apart from 'hope you get better soon girls'.

  130. Twitter  

    From sarahborwell: "Having a comp between me,rosco&flembo who can get a tweet on the beeb.I'm thinkin I have the best shot! help me out here bbc"

    I'm an absolute sucker for a challenge. What's the prize? Can we go halves?

  131. 17:03 Weightlifting Zoe Smith on how she will celebrate weightlifting bronze:  

    "I've missed pizza so I'm going to go and have some of that. I'm just looking forward to cheering on my team-mates in other sports and eating really, because I've had to lose five kilos in two months."

    It would be interesting to hear what her favourite toppings would be. Let's hope she's still got some strength left to lift the thing.

  132. Twitter  

    From lozza_b_23: "Most overused phrase in sport " The Aussies have won another gold." Humph.

  133. Twitter  

    From: englandsr: "We're all glued to the TV at England Squash & Racketball cheering on our boy Daryl in the squash!!"

    Great to hear from you. There are only three situations in this beautiful world that permit the use of two exclamation marks and you've found one of them. Daryl Selby finally succumbs after defending five game balls, going down 13-11 to Malaysia's Mohd Azlan Iskandar in a 35-minute third. The Englishman is 2-1 down and trailing 3-5 in the fourth as he chomps on a banana. Top refreshment.

  134. 17:27 Badminton BADMINTON LATEST:  

    Nathan Robertson and Jenny Wallwork are one-up on Toby Ng and Grace Gao of Canada after winning the opening game of their encounter 21-18. Victory for England would secure Group C after a 5-0 win over Mauritius this morning.

    I spoke to Nathan and Jenny a couple of weeks ago. A cracking pair they are. Competitive, fiery on court and very friendly. What a perfect combo that is. With Jenny replacing the legendary Gail Emms a couple of years ago, Robertson said: "I've gone from a short blonde to a tall brunette." They even told me what cartoon characters they wanted to be. Any guesses? Check it out.

  135. 17:36 Squash SQUASH DRAMA  

    Drama on the squash court. Daryl Selby takes an injury time-out with cramp in his right thigh. The game's been going on for two hours and eight minutes and there's confusion as to whether the match is carrying on. The injury followed a collision between the two players as well. Malaysia's Mohd Azlan Iskandar has match point but Selby smashes a winner as he wobbles across the court. Big screams from the brave English man. It's a tie-break in the fourth. A drop shot leaves Selby no chance. Agonising but Selby battles back to save his second match point.. Third match point.

  136. 17:44 Squash SQUASH RESULT  

    A match lasting almost three hours. England's Daryl Selby finally loses to Malaysia's Mohd Azlan Iskandar. 11-6 7-11 13-11 13-11. Marathon game. The pair are mates off the court and hug each other at the end. Emotional times. Great stuff from the pair.

  137. 17:47 Badminton BADMINTON RESULT  

    Nathan Robertson and Jenny Wallwork warmed to their task and played their best badminton in the final game of a 2-1 win over Canada's Toby Ng and Grace Gao. Their win ensured a healthy 4-1 winning scoreline for England and a quarter-finals date against Scotland next. If you want some information on badminton's form guide, then look no further.

  138. 18:06 Tennis TENNIS LATEST  

    There's still action going on in Delhi folks and it's all happening on the tennis court. Guernsey's Heather Watson and Patrick Ogier is taking on England's Sarah Borwell and Ken Skupski. The English pair are leading one-set up (a 6-0 BAGEL) and now 4-1 up. Close to a very convincing victory.

  139. 18:16 Breaking news GOOD NIGHT  

    Well what can I say? A very hectic day. A very beautiful day though. A few technical issues meant a Scottish medal went missing for 20 minutes. Another glitch - that is sweaty fingers - meant Aussie sprinter Sally Pearson matched a world record. But overall, a crazy beautiful day. More live action from around 0330 BST. Loads of video of all the medals and highlights splattered around the website. Thank you for all your comments. You take care now.



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Medals table

Countries G S B Total
1 Australia 74 55 48 177
2 India 38 27 36 101
3 England 37 60 46 143
4 Canada 26 17 33 76
5 South Africa 12 11 10 33

see also
Goddard reclaims backstroke gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Folwell secures all-around gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
England shooting duo clinch gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Dykun wins Delhi wrestling gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Uganda's Kipsiro wins 5,000m gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Malaysia win controversial keirin
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games photos
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Smith wins weightlifting bronze
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
England hockey teams victorious
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
India's Narang denies Bindra gold
06 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Swimmers head day three schedule
05 Oct 10 |  Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games day one as it happened
05 Nov 10 |  Commonwealth Games


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