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Thursday, 30 January, 2003, 15:21 GMT


Manchester Games hailed a success
The Commonwealth Games come to a spectacular conclusion after 11 days of competition.

Weighing up the Games
The winners and losers at Manchester's Commonwealth Games.

Aussies top medals table
Australia's brilliant final day ensures they are comfortably clear of England at the head of the medals table.

Games a big hit on TV
The Commonwealth Games prove a huge success for the BBC, with viewers watching in their millions.

Radcliffe roars to elusive gold
Paula Radcliffe storms to her first major track title with a new Commonwealth Games record in the 5,000m.

Edwards secures golden legacy
England's Jonathan Edwards wins the only major triple jump title to elude him with a giant leap in Manchester.

Thorpe claims sixth gold
Ian Thorpe brings home Australia's 4x100m medley team for his sixth gold medal of the Commonwealth Games.

Thomas makes it five
Petria Thomas wins the 200m butterfly and helps Australia to the 4x100m medley relay title to take her gold medal tally to five.

Du Toit voted top athlete
South African swimmer Natalie du Toit is named the outstanding athlete of the Games.

Dominant Kiwis claim gold
New Zealand beat Fiji 33-15 to win sevens gold at the Commonwealth Games.

Dwyer fires Australia to gold
A Jamie Dwyer hat-trick helps Australia retain their Commonwealth men's hockey title with a 5-2 win over New Zealand.

Doubles glory for England
English pair Simon Archer and Jo Goode defeat Malaysia in the badminton mixed doubles final.

England clinch men's doubles
England's Peter Nicol and Lee Beachill win gold while New Zealand take the mixed doubles and ladies doubles at the squash.

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.

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