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Australia once again ruled the pool at Delhi 2010 and the signs are that this is not about to change anytime soon. The Australians won 21 Gold, 16
9 October 2010
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Prasanta Karmakar today created history by becoming the first Indian para-swimmer to get a medal when he claimed bronze in the 50m freestyle event at
6 October 2010
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In the Para-sport 50m freestyle S9, Natalie Du Toit of South Africa, who competed at the Beijing Olympics alongside able-bodied swimmers in the 10km
6 October 2010
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Fran Halsall claimed England's first gold medal, while Liam Tancock earned them the second gold with a Games record at the XIX Commonwealth Games
6 October 2010
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ARCHERY "I haven't competed in a major able-bodied event before so it could well be an opportunity of a lifetime." Beijing 2008 Paralympic Gold
5 October 2010
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Australia, South Africa and Canada added to their medal tally today here at the S P Mukherjee Swimming Complex. In the Women's 200 m individual
4 October 2010
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Here are some comments from the women's 200m Freestyle Gold medallist, Kylie Palmer (AUS), at the Dr S.P. Mukherjee Aquatics Complex on Monday. "I am
4 October 2010
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Led by India's biggest hope in Swimming - Virdhawal Khade, the India quartet clocked 3:28.06 to make a cut for the final of the Men's 4x100 m
4 October 2010
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NEW DELHI: Eight gold medals are up for grabs on the first day of the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi with Swimming offering five, Weightlifting
4 October 2010
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