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Commonwealth Games day seven: live

19.45 It's 1-2-3 for Kenya. Purity Kirui wins, Milcah Chemos Cheywa second, Joan Kipkemoi third. McColgan was sixth and Bamford seventh in a PB. 19.42 The three Australians are taking the Kenyans on. The six have split from the field by about ... ACQ Magazine, 7 hours ago
Oman Observer

James, Rutherford turn on the style in Glasgow

GLASGOW — Olympic champions Kirani James and Greg Rutherford brought world-class performances to the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday while Usain Bolt hit back at claims that hed made disparaging remarks about the event. James won the men's 400m ...
 Oman Observer42 minutes ago Kirani James gets Grenada's first-ever gold  Taipei Times Online1 hour ago James, Rutherford bring Olympic touch to Glasgow  Gulf News8 hours ago 2014 Commonwealth Games: Kirani James, Greg Rutherford Bring Olympic Touch to Glasgow  NDTV14 hours ago
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Japan Times

'King' James takes Glasgow by storm

By AFP More by Olympic champion Kirani James handed out a comprehensive lesson in one-lap running when he cruised to victory in the 400m in a star-studded track and field session at the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday. The 21-year-old ...
 Daily Nation5 hours ago James smokes field to claim gold in Commonwealth 400m  Japan Times6 hours ago
International Business Times India

James lights up track with 400m gold

Olympic champion Kirani James lit up the Commonwealth Games with a devastating and graceful run to win gold in the men's 400 metres on Wednesday. In a Games hampered by big-name withdrawals and weakened fields, the arrival of the powerful ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News7 hours ago 2014 Commonwealth Games Results: Grenada's Kirani James Triumphant in 400 Metres  International Business Times India10 hours ago Grenada's James lights up Glasgow with emphatic 400 win  Yahoo! Malaysia19 hours ago Grenada€s Kirani James lights up Glasgow with emphatic 400 win  ZeeNews.com12 hours ago
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Olympic champions shine at Commonwealth Games

Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford led three reigning Olympic champions to gold medals at the Commonwealth Games here on Thursday. The 27-year-old produced a leap of 8.20 meters to claim victory over South African Zarck Visser, who took ...
 China.org.cn17 hours ago
The Star (Kenya)

Kenya wins 3,000m steeplechase as Rudisha book place in today's 800m final

Kenya dominated the women's 3,000 steeplechase and claimed a clean sweep of medals as Purity Cherotich Kirui finished in a time of 9:30.96 ahead of Milcah Chemos Cheywa and Joan Kipkemoi. The win comes a day after Kenya won in the women's 10,000 ...
 The Star (Kenya)13 hours ago Kenya: Kenya Wins 3,000m Steeplechase As Rudisha Book Place in Today's 800m Final  AllAfrica.com12 hours ago
The New Daily

More athletes savage coach

Athletics Australia have suspended itshead coach Eric Hollingsworth after he launched an attack on Olympic championSally Pearson, on the eve of her Commonwealth Games 100m hurdles title defence. Hollingsworth dramatically escalated his falling ...
 The New Daily15 hours ago
The New Daily

Mickle delivers javelin gold for Australia

West Australian Kim Mickle gave Australia its first Commonwealth Games javelin gold since dual champion Louise Curry won in 1998. On a massive day of athletics news, Australian Kim Mickle gave us a rare track and field gold medal. See below for ...
 The New Daily20 hours ago

Rudisha returns with a victory

Olympic champion David Rudisha equalled the best time in the world this year as he won the 800 metres at the Glasgow Diamond League meeting on Saturday. Rudisha, who is still recovering from a knee injury that cut short his 2013 season, returned ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

IAAF Diamond League-Glasgow Grand Prix Results

Saturday At Hampden Park Glasgow, Scotland Men 400 — 1, Isaac Makwala, Botswana, 44.71. 2, Chris Brown , Bahamas, 44.94. 3, Matthew Hudson-Smith , Britain, 44.97. 4, Luguelín Santos, Dominican Republic, 45.14. 5, Martyn Rooney , Britain, 45.17.
 San Francisco Chronicle2 weeks ago
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