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Hampden Roars On The 100m Finals In Yesterday’s Commonwealth Games Action

Athletics

Blessing Okagbare (NGR) won the Gold medal in the Women's 100m Final at Hampden Park on Monday. Veronica Campbell-brown (JAM) took the Silver and Kerron Stewart (JAM) the Bronze.

Kemar Bailey-cole (JAM) blazed ahead of the competition to claim Gold medal in 10.00secs in the Men's 100m at Hampden Park on Monday. Adam Gemili (ENG) settled for Silver in 10.10 and Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) took the Bronze in 10.12.

Scotland has matched its best medal haul at the Commonwealth Games. Sprinter Libby Clegg (SCO) claimed Gold in the Women's 100m T12 to equal Scotland’s overall best for all medals with 33 at Edinburgh 1986.

Aquatics

Chad Le Clos (RSA) swam to the Gold medal in the Men's 100m Butterfly Final in 51.29sec at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre on Monday.

Joseph Schooling (SIN) took the silver in 51.69 and Adam Barrett (ENG) the Bronze in 51.93.

Cate Campbell and Bronte Campbell (AUS) made Commonwealth Games history on today as they became the first two sisters to finish first and second in the same individual swimming event.

Cate, 22, won gold in the Women’s 100m Freestyle Final, while younger sister Bronte, 20, grabbed silver.

Cate Campbell won the 100m freestyle final in a 52.68secs Games record, the fourth-fastest time ever clocked in this event.

Cate and Bronte Campbell both won their second Commonwealth Games gold medal, after triumphing together in the 4x100m freestyle final on Thursday.

Australia swept the podium, as Emma McKeon (CAN) captured bronze. She is now on five medals at the Glasgow 2014 Games.

Lawn Bowls

Lawn bowlers Paul Foster and Alex Marshall handed Scotland its record 12th Gold medal at Glasgow 2014 on Monday when beating Malaysia 20-3 in the Men's pairs.

Shooting

Barry Buddon Shooting Centre witnessed five Commonwealth Games records being absolutely shot to pieces.

Jitu Rai (IND) broke the Commonwealth Games finals and qualification records on his way to winning his first Commonwealth Gold in the Men's 50m Pistol event, with fellow Games debutant Gurpal Singh (IND) taking the Silver.

Warren Potent (AUS) set Commonwealth records in the qualification and finals of the Men's 50m Rifle Prone to win his first Commonwealth Gold.

 Sally Johnston (NZL) set a Commonwealth Games record to win New Zealand's first shooting Gold medal in the Women's 50m Prone event.

Squash

Nick Matthew (ENG) clinched Gold to retain his title by beating James Willstrop (ENG) 3-2 (11-9 8-11 11-5 6-11 11-5) in a thrilling all-England Men's Singles final at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on Monday.

No.1 seed Matthew had to leave the court early in game one after losing a contact lens, but returned shortly after replacing it to win a hard-fought clash which lasted one hour and 40 minutes and prompted a standing ovation from the huge crowd.

Table Tennis

Singapore retained their Commonwealth Games Men's Table Tennis team title after dominating the competition. In a repeat of the Delhi 2010 final, they again beat England 3-1 (3-2 3-0 1-3 3-0), with Zhan Jian (SIN) (twice) and Gao Ning (SIN) winning the three singles matches.

Weightlifting

Richard Patterson (NZL) used his might to clinch the Gold medal in the Men's -85kg Weightlifting final at the Clyde Auditorium on Monday.

Vikas Thakur (IND) took the Silver and Pascal Plamondon (CAN) the Bronze.

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