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


Whitfield claims Commonwealth title
Canada's Olympic champion Simon Whitfield adds the Commonwealth triathlon crown to his Sydney gold.

Montgomery takes triathlon gold
Carol Montgomery of Canada wins the women's triathlon, with Leanda Cave of Wales finishing well to take silver.

Forrester out of Games
Scotland triathlete Stephanie Forrester pulls out of the Commonwealth Games with a groin injury.

Triathlete's appeal turned down
Canadian triathlete Kelly Guest has his appeal against a drug ban rejected by the Court of Arbitration in Sport.

Three for the price of one
The triathlon will be making its Commonwealth Games debut in Salford Quays and is arguably the toughest event this summer.

Making a name for itself
Kiribati was the first place to see in the new Millennium. Triathlete Dave Savage aims to give the place fresh headlines.

Lessing bounces back from Sydney
Triathlete Simon Lessing walked away from the Sydney Olympics without a medal and is determined to make amends.

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