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6 min ago | The Northern Echo
That swim was good enough for Jemma Lowe to make tomorrow's final. She was the fifth fastest qualifier though, so she'll have to improve a fair bit to claim a medal.
1 hr ago | Newham Recorder
The Copper Box Arena will mark a year since it first opened to the public by offering free skills sessions this weekend.
8 hrs ago | Romsey Advertiser
Hampshire table tennis star Hannah Hicks is looking to avenge the bronze medal heartbreak of the Commonwealth Games four years ago in Delhi.
8 hrs ago | Trinadad Express
In Glasgow Njisane Phillip and Quincy Alexander will be on show at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome here in Glasgow, Scotland, today, in the qualifying round of the Commonwealth Games men's sprint.
Want to avoid a stooshie about the finer points of the action in Glasgow? Matt Majendie helps you come to terms with the array of disciplines on show Among the litany of dives that will be on show by the likes of Tom Daley, this one is solely performed in platform rather than springboard competition, the athlete starting the dive as a handstand.
The two nations clash in one of the opening fixtures of the mixed group encounters at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.
Former Hamilton table tennis player Melissa Tapper is about to become the first Australian to achieve both Paralympics and Commonwealth Games status.
Australia's female table tennis players are favoured to get their Glasgow Games campaign off to a winning start, but the men face tough first up competition from Malaysia.
Northern Ireland medal hopefuls Aileen Reid, Sycerika McMahon, Madeline Perry and Lisa Kearney will be among the athletes in action in Thursday's first day of Commonwealth Games competition.
Pan Am CEO Saad Rafi, during a tour of the Markham Pan Am Centre on Tuesday, says the facility will be ready "10 to 11 months before the games come."
Shetland commonwealth trio Lynda Flaws, Erraid Davies and Andrea Strachan will fly the flag for the isles as they kick off their quest for medals in Glasgow this week.
Feng Tianwei of Singapore in action at the 2014 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo.
THE second year of the Schools Junior League has finished with 30 teams and more than 70 young players taking part over the six rounds.
After an impressive showing in the last two Commonwealth Games, where they won eight medals, India's table tennis players may find it difficult to repeat the performance at the 2014 edition, starting here Wednesday.
Among the Limerick contingent will be veteran transplant games participant John Loftus from Clarina and former Munster and Ireland rugby player Richard Costello.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 01:14 pm
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