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14 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Another day, another track gold Shane Archbold won New Zealand's fourth Commonwealth Games gold at the velodrome in Glasgow with victory in the men's 20km scratch race.
23 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
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Scottish flagbearer Euan Burton has won gold in the men's 100kg judo final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
THE Ratho fighter, who was behind on Shido penalties, lost out to a single Yuko score late in the five-minute contest at the SECC.
TEAM Scotland talisman Euan Burton has declared himself ready to face down the behemoths of Commonwealth judo as he prepares for his gold medal campaign.
New Zealand Judo representative Adrian Leat celebrates his win against Jacques van Zyl during their semi final match.
Edinburgh's Daniel Wallace demonstrated his Braveheart spirit as he roared to Commonwealth Games gold in the 400 metres individual medley at Tollcross.
Sarah Clark won Commonwealth Games judo gold for Scotland in the under-63kg division when she beat Helene Wezeu Dombeu of Cameroon.
Scotland's Sarah Clark on her way to beating Helene Wezeu Dombeu in the Women's under-63kg Judo Sarah Clark won Commonwealth Games gold for Scotland in the under-63kg division when she beat Helene Wezeu Dombeu of Cameroon.
FAITH Pitman will compete for the bronze medal in the repechage competition this evening after defeating Marcon Bezzina of Malta.
IT WAS a golden start to the Games to exceed the expectations of even the most optimistic member of Team Scotland.
Gold in the women's under-57kgs class judo went to England's Nekoda Davis, who beat Scot Stephanie Inglis.
Judoka Chloe Rayner isn't old enough to celebrate her Commonwealth Games bronze medal with a drink, but the pint-sized fighter would prefer a pig out anyway.
England took gold in the under-66kgs judo class when Colin Oates defeated Andreas Krassas of Cyprus with a quick throw and armlock combination.
Kimberley Renicks wins Scotland's first gold medal earlier in the afternoon before her sister Louise's triumph.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 12:37 pm
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