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England women’s hockey team secured their place in the Glasgow semi-finals with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Scotland.
Usain Bolt denied reports on Wednesday that he called the Glasgow Commonwealth Games a bit s**t.
Tokyo governor Yoichi Masuzoe has defended his call for a review of the venue plan for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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Australia took their gold medal tally to five from eight swimming events at the Commonwealth Games.
Cameron van der Burgh comfortably started his campaign in the pool on the second day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
British cycling great Chris Hoy was blocked from entering the Glasgow velodrome bearing his name because a Commonwealth Games security worker had no idea who he was.
Welsh 400m hurdler Rhys Williams has been withdrawn from the Commonwealth Games after failing a doping test.
The bar staff at Scotia said they had training to make them especially nice to the visitors. They still have some work to do, says Kevin McCallum.
Richard Murray won South Africa's first medal of the Commonwealth Games when he finished third in the men's triathlon.
Bradley Wiggins returned to track cycling for the first time since 2008 at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and helped inspire England to the final of the men's 4000m Team Pursuit.
Jodie Stimpson won the women's triathlon gold at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday, the first medal of the multi-sport event.
Kevin McCallum swears he is already becoming one with Glasgow, where he is attending the Commonwealth Games.
England's double Olympic champion Mo Farah has withdrawn from the Commonwealth Games due to fitness concerns.
Sibling rivarly won’t get out of hand when SA sisters Julene and Aimee van Rooyen go head-to-head at the Games.
Usain Bolt, Mo Farah and Bradley Wiggins will add sparkle to the Commonwealth Games that get under way on Wednesday.
Cameron van der Burgh looks set to make a splash in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
SA sprinting sensation Akani Simbine views the Glasgow Commonwealth Games as the perfect platform to fulfil his dream.
If the $2bn sale of the LA Clippers is not completed, Donald Sterling may have to sell some real estate to pay debt.
Durban was thrust into the international spotlight following an impressive and professional presentation to the Commonwealth Games Federation General Assembly.
Bradley Wiggins will be the favourite to win his first ever Commonwealth Games gold medal.
Two-lap specialist Andre Olivier, jumper Khotso Mokoena and sprinter Carina Horn were the best of the SA contingent at the World Challenge meeting in Madrid.
Australia have topped the medals count at the last six Commonwealth Games and are expected to do so again in Glasgow.
Kenyan Silas Kiplagat shocked compatriot Asbel Kiprop to become the fourth-fastest 1 500 metres runner of all time at a sizzling Monaco Diamond League meeting.
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