Sunday Jul 27
Team comes first for King
HAMPSHIRE ace Dani King admitted England success came before personal glory as she gave up her chance of a track medal in Glasgow to help teammate Laura Trott power to gold in the women's points' race.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Recall the remarkable third day of action at the Commonwealth Games...
Wales have enjoyed stunning success with 11 medals on day three following a controversial start to the Games in Glasgow But that does not detract from a wonderful day for Team Wales that included 11 medals including two golds for Frankie Jones and Natalie Powell.
Barker takes scratch bronze
Elinor Barker picked up bronze for Wales with a late surge for the line in the 10 kilometre scratch race, edging England's Dani King and Scotland's Katie Archibald out of the medals.
Kiwis hot favourites in Commonwealth Games rugby sevens
New Zealand got the Rugby Sevens tournament underway at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Saturday on a day when 27 gold medals were up for grabs notably in swimming, judo, shooting and cycling where Australia's Anna Meares will attempt to defend her women's sprint title.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The Daily Record
Glasgow 2014: Neil Fachie hails the home crowd after his Commonwealth ...
NEIL FACHIE praised the partisan support inside the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome for driving him through the pain barrier and on to Commonwealth gold with pilot Craig MacLean in the 1,000 metres time trial B2 tandem on Friday night.
Trott and Glaetzer go out early on day two of Commonwealth Games
Laura Trott and Matthew Glaetzer were two surprise exits during the morning session on the second day of track racing at the Commonwealth Games .
Pursuits special: Women at the top of their game
Double-Olympic cycling champion Laura Trott is sitting in her apartment by the Ashton Canal in Manchester discussing the relative evils of bike crashes.
Dani King: I'm ready to battle teammates
HAMPSHIRE'S queen of cycling, Dani King, is hoping to add a first Commonwealth Games title to her Olympic crown.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Fleet News and Mail
All eyes on homegrown talent for Commonwealth Games
High jumper Isobel Pooley from Fleet, hockey player Alex Danson, who grew up in Odiham, and Yateley swimmer Andrew Willis will be among those representing England at the games in Glasgow.
Commonwealth Games: Everyone looks up to Sir Bradley Wiggins, says Joanna Rowsell
Joanna Rowsell has revealed Sir Bradley Wiggins has taken on father-figure status among the Team England cyclists at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Injured Wendy Houvenaghel forced to retire from cycling on eve of Commonwealth Games
Northern Ireland Olympic medallist Wendy Houvenaghel has announced her shock decision to retire from cycling - just hours before the start of the Commonwealth Games.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: World champion Elinor Barker in pursuit of track and road Glasgow glory
Mr Cameron shortly after 9am, and was given a tour of the showground with First Minister Carwyn Jones and Honorary Show director, Harry Fetherstonhaugh Solskjaer is a big admirer of highly-rated England under-21 centre-back Keane and is determined to add a new defender to his squad before the season begins Barker's incredible journey from junior ... (more)
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Laura Trott refuses to go to war with Great Britain team-mates,...
She won gold at London 2012 alongside English riders Dani King and Joanna Rowsell, but all three will contest the individual pursuit in Glasgow Double Olympic champion Laura Trott refuses to go to war with her Great Britain team-mates despite being pitted against each other at the Commonwealth Games.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Daily Record
Commonwealth Games 2014: 31-strong Scots cycling squad on track for a great Games and medal chances
SCOTLAND'S 31-strong cycling squad are laden with World, Commonwealth and Paralympic medallists with whizzkid Katie Archibald geared up for a busy week.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Joanna Rowsell: Cycling's golden girl pedals past alopecia
Standing on the podium at London 2012, Joanna Rowsell achieved her greatest dream -- and gave hope to millions around the world who suffer from a condition that can have devastating effects on self-confidence.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Hundreds join campaign to reopen velodrome after death of police officer
HUNDREDS of cyclists including a Hampshire Olympic champion have joined a campaign to get a facility re-opened following the death of a Hampshire police officer.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Joanna Rowsell: The World Champion cyclist on breaking her...
Friendships get suspended when you're on the track I'm friends with [fellow British cyclists and Olympic and World champions] Laura Trott and Dani King, but when we're competing against each other, even in training, there is a big rivalry that comes alive between us.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
CYCLING: Brave effort by Sharon Laws at National Road Race Championships
A WEEK before her 40th birthday Bourton's Sharon Laws failed by just six seconds to win the National Road Race Championships for the second time at Abergavenny on Sunday.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
South Wales Argus
I'm on track for Glasgow, says Wales' Elinor Barker
BIG CLIMB: Elinor Barker in action in the National Time Trial at the Celtic Manor on Friday, when she finsihed fourth WALES' Elinor Barker is targeting gold at the Commonwealth Games after helping London 2012 champion Laura Trott to glory in Abergavenny.