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India and Canada will each have two athletes wrestling for Gold on Saturday evening as medals are decided in the 60kg, 74kg and 96kg Men's Freestyle
9 October 2010
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There are only two returning medallists at Delhi 2010 Rugby Sevens tournament, which starts on Monday at Delhi University. All Black loose-forward
9 October 2010
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It's celebration-time for the Tallents! This morning, Australian Jared Tallent clinched the Gold medal in the Men's 20km Walk with a new Games record
9 October 2010
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Christine Girard (CAN) completed her Commonwealth Games medal set with Gold in the Women's 69kg at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex today. Girard
8 October 2010
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A record number of 41 entrants will vie for the top prize at the CRPF Campus, Kadarpur for the Full Bore Shooting event. Day one of the competition,
8 October 2010
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Australia today slammed home a new Commonwealth Games record to defeat New Zealand in the Men's Team Sprint. Jason Niblett replaced Shane Perkins in
8 October 2010
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Gagan Narang's purple patch in the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi continued as the ace marksman combined with Imran Hasan Khan to win gold in the
8 October 2010
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Jamaican Leron Clarke became the fastest man of the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi clocking the second quickest time of 10.12 seconds on Indian
7 October 2010
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The action is heating up at Delhi 2010 and our modern-day gladiators - the athletes - are in the spotlight. Here's what some stars had to say: BOXING
6 October 2010
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Impressed with the venues and all praise for the Indian boxers, International Boxing Association President Ching-Kuo Wu says he is having a gala time
6 October 2010
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