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Monday, 9 March, 2009, 08:12 GMT

JUDO

Lowe answers her critics
Samantha Lowe proves a point by claiming judo gold for England in the under 70kg category.

Gill completes medal set
Canada's Nicolas Gill adds to his medal tally by claiming the under 90kg title - and there is also gold for Fiji.

English women claim hat-trick
Michelle Rogers' win in the under 78kg category ensures a gold medal treble on the last night of judo action.

Randall shows his class
Scot Graeme Randall grabs gold with a fiery display - plus the other men's judo showdowns on Wednesday.

Pekli edges to victory
Maria Pekli wins gold for Australia in the women's under 57kg event, while England's Karen Roberts seals the 63kg title.

Home nations dominate
England's fighters reach the medal stages in all five of Wednesday's divisions but face competition from the other home nations.

Fallon battles through to gold
England's Craig Fallon overcomes a head injury to claim judo gold in the men's 60kg division.

Bradley wins silver
Derry judo player Lisa Bradley becomes Northern Ireland's second medal winner at Manchester.

BUILD-UP
No joy for English judo
BBC Sport Online's Mike Burnett looks at the trouble caused by the English judo team selection fiasco over Samantha Lowe.

Get to grips with judo
Get to know your kokas from your yukos with an explanation of the rules of the martial art judo.

Tailor-made for Manchester
BBC Sport Online explains why judo has returned to the Commonwealth Games after a 12-year hiatus.

Lowe defends her selection
Samantha Lowe has no sympathy for Kate Howey after displacing her from England's Commonwealth Games judo squad.

Howey dropped for Games
Kate Howey will not be in England's judo squad for Manchester after her place is awarded to Samantha Lowe.

Judo joy in Auckland
All the results from judo's first, and until now, only appearance at the Commonwealth Games in 1990.

A thoroughly modern martial art
Despite its roots in the Far East, judo is a comparatively modern sport, which has rapidly grown in popularity in the 20th century.

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