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The Delhi XIX Commonwealth Games are now over. This website is closed and for reference purposes only. Some external links may no longer work.
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Kenyans ran away with two Marathon Gold medals on offer to bring down curtains on the Athletics events on the last day of the XIX Commonwealth Games
14 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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Tanzania and Australia will be going for their third successive wins in the Men's and Women's Marathon respectively, when the Delhi 2010 marathons
12 October 2010
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To the delight of an impressive crowd at the final session of athletics in the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Mandeep Kaur (IND) brought India home to a
12 October 2010
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It was magical to hear 35,000 and more sing the National Anthem with pride after Discus thrower Krishna Poonia led an unprecedented India 1-2-3 at
12 October 2010
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India today created history by breaking the 52-year-old Commonwealth Games Gold medal jinx with Krishna Poonia winning the yellow metal in Women's
11 October 2010
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Feisty Australian Sally Pearson put the crushing disappointment of being stripped of her 100m Gold medal behind her to bounce back and win the Delhi
11 October 2010
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Six Gold medals will be decided on Monday night at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium with Steve Hooker (AUS) seeking to retain his pole vault crown.
10 October 2010
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Alice Falaiye (CAN) snatched the Gold medal in the Women's Long Jump from Prajusha Malaikkal (IND) in the final round of the competition at the
10 October 2010
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European champion Dai Greene handed Wales a rare Gold medal when he clocked 48.52 seconds to win the Men's 400m Hurdles.     He
10 October 2010
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