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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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The world's top four netball teams will as expected, battle it out in the semfinals on Tuesday for the right to play for the Gold medal at the
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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Boxers from Home Nations celebrated a successful afternoon session on Monday, but India struggled to make an impact in the semifinals at Talkatora
11 October 2010
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Georgios Achilleos (CYP) and Andreas Chasikos (CYP) won Gold in the Men's Skeet Pairs at Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range on Monday. The duo started
11 October 2010
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South Africa has won its second Lawn Bowls Gold as the Men's Triples team overcame Australia on Sunday to match the Women’s Triples win. In the Women
11 October 2010
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The Rugby Sevens got underway at Delhi University today with the fancied teams all making strong starts. Pool B South Africa showed its class in the
11 October 2010
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Women shooters Jen McIntosh and Kay Copland won Gold here today at the Dr. Karni Singh Range of Delhi 2010 while India's Tejaswini Sawant and
11 October 2010
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Canada took two of three Golds on the first day of the Diving finals today, with Alexandre Despatie winning his third straight title to become the
11 October 2010
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Hot favourite Saina Nehwal cruised into the quarterfinals as Indian shuttlers extended their winning run in the individual badminton tournament of
11 October 2010
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