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26 min ago | South Wales Argus
THERE was a first medal for Team Wales in the velodrome at Glasgow 2014 as Matthew Ellis and Ieuan Williams won bronze, writes Andrew Penman.
1 hr ago | Newsday
The boy was in an argument with his attacker in the play park in Brockburn Road, near to Levernside Crescent, in Pollok, at about 22:00 on Thursday.
5 hrs ago | Banburycake.co.uk
Joanna Rowsell added Commonwealth Games gold to a collection that already includes Olympic and world titles after a barnstorming performance in the individual pursuit.
7 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
There was a first taste of Scottish gold in the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome as para-cyclist Neil Fachie and pilot Craig MacLean won the 1,000 metres time trial B2 tandem.
10 hrs ago | The Daily Record
AFTER the highs of Day One when cycling delivered Scotland's first medal of the Games, this morning was a story of mixed fortunes for our Braveheart bikers.
14 hrs ago | The Age
A Hoy there Sir Chris Hoy has been everywhere at these Games. There's billboards, he featured heavily at the Opening Ceremony and he's on the tele just about every time you flick it on.
Wiggins joined Ed Clancy, Andy Tennant and Steven Burke to qualify second fastest at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, turning in a time of three minutes 59.249 seconds that looked well within their comfort zone.
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Breaking the world record, cyclist Anna Meares has won Australia's first gold at the Commonwealth Games in the 500 metres.
Judo star Kimberley Renicks won the first gold for host nation Scotland in the women's under-48kgs final with victory over India's Sushila Likmabam.
Van Velthooven in top shape and the rider to beat after bronze performances at the world championships and London Olympics By the time Simon van Velthooven mounts his bike for the first of his two Commonwealth Games events, the expectation is he'll be New Zealand's clean-up guy.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games have been dealt a blow after Olympic hero Mo Farah pulled out just hours after the spectacular opening ceremony.
The name of the motorbike rider who was killed after colliding with a camper van and a Volvo car in Fife has been confirmed by police.
Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy has defended a steward who asked for his identification to enter the arena which bears his name.
The 20th Commonwealth Games officially began in Glasgow on Wednesday evening and the opening ceremony has divided opinion among the British media.
Australia's powerhouse swimmers are expected to stamp their authority on the Commonwealth Games from the start on Thursday and help erase the misery of their 2012 London Olympics flop.
The walk towards the Celtic Football Club grounds which will host the opening ceremony for the XX Commonwealth Games.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 06:45 pm
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