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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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Azhar Hussain of Pakistan won his country's first Commonwealth Games wrestling Gold in 40 years today, beating Ebikewenimo Welson of Nigeria. Hussain
10 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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Canada's Alexandre Despatie won the Gold medal in the Men's 1m Springboard event on Sunday. With this, he has become the first Canadian to win seven
10 October 2010
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Aaron Heading of England set a new Commonwealth Games record as he won the Gold in the Men's Trap Singles on Sunday. He finished a point ahead of
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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Rahul Banerjee (IND) produced a golden shot to win the Men's Individual Recurve by defeating Jason Lyon (CAN) 6-5 after a single arrow sudden death
10 October 2010
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Ele Opeloge (SAM) smashed her own Commonwealth weightlifting record in the Women's 75+kg category to claim Samoa's second Gold in as many days at the
10 October 2010
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The XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi has already registered the highest number of records, while more are expected with five days to go.
10 October 2010
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For Richard Mantell, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium serves as the scene for both a horrific ending and a triumphant return. The 29-year-old
10 October 2010
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