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Millar, Whitten pedal to Time Trial glory Scotland's David Millar and Canada's Tara Alice Whitten won the Men's and Women's Golds respectively at the
13 October 2010
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Australia successfully defended their Commonwealth Games crown, defeating a spirited New Zealand 4-2 via tie-breaker in the final of the Women's
13 October 2010
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Mick Gault (ENG) missed out taking his impressive Commonwealth Games medal collection to 18 after finishing seventh in the Men's Singles 25 m
13 October 2010
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Their conversation made interesting listening, even if I was only eavesdropping as my journalist friends and I walked back from the Jawaharlal Nehru
13 October 2010
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Crowd favourites and top seeds Sharath Kamal Achanta and Subhajit Saha (IND) are through to the Men's Doubles Final after coming from behind twice to
13 October 2010
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Four years ago, Northern Ireland’s boxers left Melbourne empty-handed but they could win as many as five Gold medals at the XIX Commonwealth Games
13 October 2010
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Bin Gai (SIN) collected his third Gold at Delhi 2010 after taking out the Men's 25 m Standard Pistol Singles event at Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range
13 October 2010
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The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) announced on Tuesday that three athletes had tested positive for banned substances.
13 October 2010
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Only England, Australia and New Zealand remain in the Gold medal hunt in the Men's Doubles, Woman's Doubles and Mixed Doubles Squash competitions as
13 October 2010
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Egged on by a capacity crowd at the Delhi University stadium, New Zealand produced a come-from-behind performance against Australia to win their
13 October 2010
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