Commonwealth Games: Canada Takes Women’s Individual 29K Cycling Time Trial

Canada have won gold in the women’s individual 29km cycling time trial, with New Zealand and England taking silver and bronze respectively. Tara Whitten took the top spot with a time of 38:59.30. She said: “I knew this course would suit me well. I’m not so good on technical courses, so straight and fast is … Read more Commonwealth Games: Canada Takes Women’s Individual 29K Cycling Time Trial

Commonwealth Games: Women’s 5000m Final – Three Medals for Kenya

Kenya took all three top spots in the women’s 5000m, marking a hat trick for fellow countrywomen Vivian J. Cheruiyot (Gold), Sylvia Jebiwot Kibet (Silver) and Ines Chenonge (Bronze). The ladies will ascend the podium at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex in Delhi to receive their medals at 19:35 local time. Ms Cheruiyot explained the … Read more Commonwealth Games: Women’s 5000m Final – Three Medals for Kenya

Delhi 2010: Tosin Oke Takes Triple Jump Gold for Nigeria

Nigerian athlete, Tosin Oke, has scooped a gold medal for Nigeria after achieving a triple jump of 17.16 in the 2010 Commonwealth Games at Delhi. Oke used to jump for Britain, starting out with Cambridge Harriers. He has been trained by Guy Spencer and John Herbert, the coach of Phillips Idowu and Jade Johnson. He … Read more Delhi 2010: Tosin Oke Takes Triple Jump Gold for Nigeria

Commonwealth Games: Australia Takes Gold at the Women’s Pole Vault

Australia took gold this morning in the women’s pole vault final. Alana Boyd completed a season’s best of 4.40m to take the top spot at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. She said of the competition: “Of course I’d loved to have jumped 4.55 but hey, I got a medal so I couldn’t have asked … Read more Commonwealth Games: Australia Takes Gold at the Women’s Pole Vault