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Tuesday, 6 August, 2002, 14:32 GMT 15:32 UK


O'Grady king of the road
Stuart O'Grady takes gold as Australia sweep the medals in cycling's Commonwealth Games road race.

Cooke takes road gold
Nicole Cooke of Wales wins a sprint finish in the women's road race at the Commonwealth Games.

Golden times for Aussies
Australia aim for world domination after taking the Commonwealth Games cycling events by storm.

Henderson wins dramatic final
NZ cyclist Greg Henderson wins gold in the men's points race after Australian double gold medallist Graeme Brown is disqualified.

Aussies cycle to gold
Australia beat England to take gold in the men's team sprint at the Commonwealth Games.

Ulmer stops Bates double
Kiwi Sarah Ulmer prevents Australia's Katherine Bates winning her second cycling gold in the 3000m pursuit final.

Cooke ready for world
Nicole Cooke's Commonwealth gold medal confirms her status as one of Britain's brightest-ever cycling prospects.

Illness ends McGee's Games
Track gold medallist Brad McGee pulls out of the men's road race following a viral infection.

The Bahamas' busy boys
BBC Sport Online talks to the plucky cyclists from the Bahamas who are battling for the sport they love.

Aussies set world best
Australia win gold in the 4000m team pursuit in a new world record time.

Meares completes golden double
Teenager Kerrie Meares takes her second Commonwealth Games title by muscling her way to sprint victory.

Double joy for Brown
Graeme Brown wins the 20km scratch race after helping Australia to victory in the 4000m team pursuit.

Aussies ride to gold
Brad McGee and Ryan Bayley clinch gold on the cycling track, while England pick up a silver and a bronze.

Double joy for Mears
Sisters Kerrie and Anna Meares qualify for the women's sprint semi-finals, but Canada's Lori-Ann Muenzer is favourite for gold.

Australia claim points one-two
Katherine Bates and Rochelle Gilmore top the standings in the women's points race.

Birthday gold for Green
Canada's Roland Green celebrates his 28th birthday by winning Commonwealth gold in the men's cross-country mountain biking.

Redden steals in for gold
Chrissy Redden capitalises on Caroline Alexander's puncture to take gold in the women's mountain biking.

Hoy clinches cycling title
Scotland's Chris Hoy beats Olympic champion Jason Queally to take the men's 1000m time trial gold medal in a British 1-2-3.

Meares in magical form
Australia's Kerrie Meares wins the women's 500m time trial in a new Commonwealth record.

Australia ride to magnificent treble
Cadel Evans leads a clean sweep of the medals for Australia in the men's cycling road time trial.

Hughes skates away with gold
Canadian speedskater Clara Hughes makes a triumphant return to cycling by winning the road time trial at Rivington.

Time for Cooke to bounce back
Welsh cyclist Nicole Cooke is disappointed after the road time trial at Rivington but vows to bounce back in the road race.

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