Hollie Dykes has won the Gold Medal for Australia in the Women’s Floor Gymnastics event. Team mate Ashleigh Brennan has won the Silver medal and Francki Van Rooyen has won the bronze medal for South Africa.
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South Africa’s Elizna Naude has won the Gold Medal in the Women’s Discus. Seema Antil has won the Silver medal for India and 17 year old Dani Samuels has won the bronze medal for Australia.
David Davies from Wales has won the Gold medal in the Men’s 1500m Freestyle. Andrew Hurd from Canada has won the silver medal and Hercules Prinsloo from South Africa has won the Bronze medal.
Deborah Esther Ainslie Lovely has won the Gold Medal for Australia in the 75kg Weightlifting event. Sheba Deireragea has won the silve and the first medal of the XVIII Commonwealth Games for Nauru and Babalwa Ndleleni has won the Bronze for South Africa.
Roland Schoeman has won the Gold medal for South Africa in the Men’s 50m Freestyle. Brent Hayden from Canada has won the silver and Brett Hawke has won the bronze for Australia.
Diane Swanton has won the Gold Medal in the women’s trap for South Africa. Rebecca Madyson has won the silver for Malta and Susan Marie Nattrass has won the bronze for Canada.
Mark Casey, Bill Cornehls and Wayne Turley have won the Gold Medal for Australia in the Men’s Triples Lawn Bowls Event. Neil Booth, Mark McPeak and Jeremy Henry have won the silver medal for Northern Island and Neil Anthony Burkett, Gidion Vermeulen and Eric Johannes have won the Bronze Medal for South Africa.
Sheri-Ann Brooks has won the Women’s 100m for Jamaica with Geraldine Pillay taking the Silver for South Africa and Delphine Atangana took the bronze for Cameroon.
In the Men’s 100m, Asafa Powell took the Gold for Jamaica just over the 10 second mark. Nigeria’s Soji Fasuba took the silver and Marc Burns has taken the bronze [...]
Janus Robberts has won the Gold medal for South Africa in the Men’s Shot Put. Dorian Scott from Jamaica has won the silver medal while Scott Martin has won the bronze medal for Australia.
In the event that was missing Ian Thorpe, the Australian men again failed to make the medals with the 3 guys only making 5, 6 and 7. England’s Simon Burnett took the gold while South Africa took Silver and Bronze thanks to Ryk Neethling and Roland Schoeman.
Sunette Viljoen has won the Gold medal for South Africa in the Women’s Javelin while Laverne Eve from Bahamas taking the silver and Olivia McKoy from Jamaica taking the bronze medal.
Vijay Kumar and Pemba Tamang have won the Gold Medal for India in the Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Pairs. David Chapman and Bruce Flavell from Australia finished in second place with Metodi Igorov and Yuri Movshovich from Canada finishing in third place.
Malawi has snatched a win over South Africa with a come back after being down 27 - 35 at half time. Malawi won the final two quarters to win 57 - 56.
Roland Schoeman has beaten the three Australian swimmers in the Men’s 50m Butterfly to claim the gold medal for South Africa. Matthew Targett claims the silver with Matthew Welsh getting the bronze.
Leisel Jones has added another Gold medal to her own and Australia’s haul in the pool but it wasn’t going to be a clean sweep with Brooke Hanson and Sally Foster finishing 4 and 5 in the Women’s 200m Breaststroke. Kirsty Balfour from Scotland have come away with the silver medal and Suzaan Van [...]
Gregor Tait has broken the Commonwealth Games record to claim the Gold Medal in the Men’s 200m Backstroke. Johannes Du Rand won another Silver Medal in the pool with New Zealander Cameron Gibson winning the bronze medal.
Matthew Clay from England has won the Gold Medal in the Men’s 50m Backstroke with team mate Liam Tancock taking the Silver. South African Johannes Zandberg finished in third place for the Bronze Medal.
Australia has landed another trifecta with Danni Miatke, Alice Mills and Jessicah Schipper winning the Gold, Silver and Bronze in the Women’s 50m Butterfly. Lize-Mari Retief from South Africa also picks up a Bronze medal for a third place tie.
The Australian’s have been talking up the events they have been wanting to take home not only just the gold medal, but a clean sweep of the Silver and Bronze as well. Tonight however, it was the Scots that surprised everyone when Caitlin McClatchey beat the favoured Libby Lenton in the Women’s 200m Freestyle [...]
The following swimmers have qualified for the final to be raced this evening
1. Brooke Hanson (Australia) 2 mins 15.26 secs
2. Lara Carroll (Australia) 2:15.30
3. Stephanie Rice (Australia) 2:16.44
4. Helen Norfolk (New Zealand) 2:16.93
5. Terri Dunning (England) 2:17.11
6. Jean-Marie Neethling (South Africa) 2:18.43
7. Hannah Miley (Scotland) 2:18.47
8. Julie Gould (Wales) 2:21.12