2010 Commonwealth Games

SA down 10-man Pakistan in angry clash

SA fought back to beat 10-man Pakistan in an ill-tempered clash on Tuesday and finish fifth in the Commonwealth Games men's hockey competition.

Kiwis trounce Wales as big guns open up

New Zealand underlined their status as the team to beat at the Commonwealth Games rugby sevens on Tuesday as they crushed Wales to enter the semis.

Games overshadowed by second positive drugs test

The Commonwealth Games were overshadowed by a second positive doping test as a top official warned about the pitfalls of the supplement industry.

Women’s 100m champion fails doping test

Commonwealth Games women's 100m gold medallist Osayemi Oludamola has tested positive for a banned stimulant.

Australians dodge dogs, monkeys to win road races

Cyclists Allan Davis and Rochelle Gilmore dodged wild dogs and monkeys on the streets of Delhi to win the Commonwealth Games road races on Sunday.

England into semis after 2-1 in over SA

James Tindall scored the winner as England cruised to the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games men's hockey.

Jones a ‘perfect 10’ as crowds come out in Delhi

A full house roared Australian golden girl Leisel Jones to a 10th Commonwealth swimming title as Indians came out in numbers to support the Games.

Delhi rocked by ‘monkey’ claims

Delhi's Commonwealth Games was plunged into a racism storm on Saturday after SA swimmer Roland Schoeman described a crowd of acting like "monkeys".

Montsho wins Botswana’s first gold

Amantle Montsho ensured herself star status by winning Botswana's first ever Commonwealth gold medal on Friday.

Van Der Burgh doubles up with 50m breaststroke gold

South Africa's world record holder Cameron Van der Burgh on Friday won the men's 50m breaststroke, adding a second gold to his 100m title.

Gold for Kipsiro as workers win race against time

Uganda's Moses Kipsiro took the first athletics gold of the Commonwealth Games after workers triumphed in their own race to repair the track

Pool quality probed as swimmers fall ill in Delhi

Commonwealth Games organisers launched an investigation into the water quality at the event's pool after reports that over 50 swimmers had fallen ill.

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