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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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A sporting treat awaits Delhiites on Wednesday as reigning world champions race to win the Women's 29 km and the Men's 40 km individual time trial
11 October 2010
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Allan Davis won a four-up sprint at the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi that saw pre-race favourite Mark Cavendish (IOM) out-gunned in an attack-
10 October 2010
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Australian women's team overcame high expectations to win Gold at Delhi 2010 Women's cycling competition where bikers raced across scenic empty
10 October 2010
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A flat but technical course sets the scene for a sprint finish in the Women’s and Men’s Cycling Road Races at Sansad Marg in Central Delhi on Sunday
9 October 2010
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After five days of intense competition inside the stadia, the action at Delhi 2010 is all set to hit the city's streets. Long-distance runners,
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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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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Josiah Ng became the first Malaysian to win a Gold in Track Cycling at Delhi 2010 with victory in the Men's Keirin at the Indira Gandhi Sports
6 October 2010
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Megan Dunn maintained Australia's Gold medal domination in Track Cycling at Delhi 2010 by winning the Women's 25 km Points Race at the Indira Gandhi
6 October 2010
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