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Monday, 12 August, 2002, 16:25 GMT 17:25 UK


Your favourite Games moments
Thronging crowds and superhuman displays of passion and guile - the 2002 Commonwealth Games has had them all.

Can Britain stage the Olympics?
The clamour for a British Olympic bid increases following the Commonwealth Games.

Should athletics track be saved?
Jonathan Edwards and Seb Coe have called for the City of Manchester Stadium's athletics track to be retained after the Games.

Your sevens reactions
New Zealand overcome Fiji 33-15 to win rugby sevens gold.

The right result?
India defeat England with a controversial golden goal in the women's hockey final.

Messages from home
If you are a proud friend or relative of one of the Games' competitors, send in your messages of support.

Fair outcome in Collins case?
Sprinter Kim Collins keeps his 100m gold medal despite testing positive for a banned substance.

A triumph for athletics?
A fantastic finale at the City of Manchester stadium gives cheering fans a thrilling night to remember.

Guscott takes on your questions
Former England star Jeremy Guscott answers your queries on the Games' rugby sevens event.

Congratulate England's finest
Kelly Holmes, Ashia Hansen and Steve Backley add their names to England's roll of honour.

Should Aussie states go it alone?
Such is Australia's dominance of the medals table that one newspaper is complaining that the Games are too easy.

Your reaction to the big one
Kim Collins claims gold in the showpiece 100m final, as England's Mark Lewis-Francis and Dwain Chambers crash out injured.

Is judo team selection fair?
Samantha Lowe's reinstatement to the England team finally ends Kate Howey's Commonwealth Games dream.

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