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Monday, 26 August, 2002, 16:38 GMT 17:38 UK
Whitfield claims Commonwealth title
Canada's Olympic champion Simon Whitfield adds the Commonwealth triathlon crown to his Sydney gold.
Scots are golden pair
World champions Alex Marshall and George Sneddon beat England in the final of the bowls men's pairs.
Aussies triumph in final drama
Australia retain their netball crown with a sudden death extra-time win over New Zealand.
Montgomery takes triathlon gold
Carol Montgomery of Canada wins the women's triathlon, with Leanda Cave of Wales finishing well to take silver.
Donnelly edges out Henry
South African Bobby Donnelly defeats Northern Ireland's Jeremy Henry in the men's Commonwealth Games bowls singles final.
Siti Zalina crowned singles queen
Malaysia's Ahmad Siti Zalina wins women's bowls singles gold at the Commonwealth Games.
Youth spearhead bowls fightback
Bowlers hope the Commonwealth Games will help reverse a decline in the numbers playing the game.
Toriola triumphs in singles
Nigeria's Segun Toriola beats top seed Johnny Huang of Canada to claim the men's singles title in table tennis.
Veteran Li grabs gold
New Zealand's Li Chunli overcomes Li Jia Wei of Singapore to claim the women's singles title in table tennis.
Double medal joy for Singapore
Singapore take gold and bronze in the mixed doubles table tennis after a devastating display from Duan Yong Jun and Li Jia Wei.
Jamaica clinch play-off thriller
Jamaica beat England 55-53 in a thrilling match to win the netball bronze medal play-off.
Kodei drugs doubt
According to reports, veteran Nigerian wrestler Victor Kodei is stripped of his Commonwealth Games silver medal after failing a drugs test.
Rai protests innocence
Indian weightlifter Satheesha Rai denies taking a banned substance.
Greenwood's triple medal haul
Giles Greenwood wins gold for England in the snatch but Kiwi Nigel Avery is overall winner in the over-105kg weightlifting.
Six of the best for Rana
India's Jaspal Rana takes his fourth shooting gold - and sixth medal overall - while Kim Frazer also grabs glory.
Igali completes Canadian sweep
Daniel Igali's gold completes a hat-trick of golds for Canada in Sunday's wrestling finals.
Ugoalah takes gold
Canada's Nicholas Ugoalah beats India's Anuj Kumar to gold in the 84kg category on the second day of wrestling.
Gilroy sweeps aside Moll
Sue Gilroy of England beats South Africa's Alette Moll in the final of the women's wheelchair singles.
Adesoji roars to record
Adekunle Adesoji breaks his own world 100m record for blind competitors to take the gold medal.
Petitclerc takes gold
Canada's Chantal Petitclerc wins gold in the 800m wheelchair final.
The Adelaide angel
From China with love
Make my day
Kenyan shooting team bump into PM Tony Blair