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Watch Rogers Semitala of Uganada lose his left glove during the first round of his last 16 defeat to Sri Lanka's Anurudha Rathnayake in the men's flyweight competition
Australia's Michael Shelley wins gold in the men's marathon, while Kenya's Flomena Cheyech Daniel wins the women's race.
Australia beat Wales 21-19 in the quarter-finals as the Australian's produce a simple match-winning conversion at the end of the game to go through to the semi-finals.
Wales swimmer Jazz Carlin puts in a dominant performance in her 800m freestyle heat at Glasgow 2014 setting a news Commonwealth Games record of 8:22.39.
Russia should lose the right to host the 2018 World Cup as part of sanctions following the Malaysia Airlines crash in eastern Ukraine, Nick Clegg says.
Isle of Man cyclist Peter Kennaugh says he is both "happy and frustrated" with his 40km points race silver medal in Glasgow.
Australian Michael Shelley wins Commonwealth gold in the men's marathon in Glasgow.
Britain's Heather Watson and Alexandra Panova of Russia win the WTA Baku Cup doubles title in Azerbaijan.
BBC Sport's Dan Walker deals admirably with the lights going out on him while presenting a link live on BBC Three during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Natalie Powell who became the winner of Wales' first Commonwealth gold medal in judo, says her win was a dream come true.
Louis van Gaal describes Manchester United's display as "not good" despite a 3-2 win over Roma in the United States.
Raised in poverty and unsure of his age, Muhammad Shahzad has no doubts about his desire to bring lawn bowls to Pakistan.
Scotland's Neil Fachie and Craig Maclean stage a dramatic fightback to win a second Commonwealth cycling gold.
Taghrooda, a 7-2 shot, produces a late surge to win the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot.
Jamaican Usain Bolt arrives in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games and says he will run in the heats of 4x100m relay.
Kevin Pietersen says England captain Alastair Cook should resign as he "does not have the tactical brain to lead the side".
Frankie Jones says winning Commonwealth gold in the individual ribbon rhythmic gymnastics discipline was the perfect end to her career.
Northern Ireland finish sixth in the Triathlon Mixed team event as competition continues at the Commonwealth Games.
Tin-Tin Ho loses the fifth and deciding game of the fifth and deciding match in the table tennis team quarter final to Malaysia.
Lewis Hamilton suffers a blow to his title chances as his car catches fire early in qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix.