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Commonwealth Games 2022 LIVE: Updates from day 4 as England gymnasts sweep up gold medals


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The 2022 Commonwealth Games continues today with 28 gold medals up for grabs across a variety of sports. England’s Adam Peaty returned to the pool for the 50m breaststroke heats and set the fastest time to qualify for the next round. IT was a fine response from Peaty after missing out on the medals in yesterday’s 100m finals.

Chris Murray won England’s first gold medal of the day with a fantastic performance in the men’s 81kg weightlifting. He set a new games record by lifting 325kg to edge out Australia’s Kyle Bruce who failed in his final 183kg attempt to finish second behind the Englishman. In the lawn bowls England first defeated Wales before clinging on to win gold by beating Australia 14-12 in the final of the men’s triple.

England and Scotland set the arena alight for the gymnastics. Jake Jarman added an individual floor gold to his team and all-around medals before Joe Fraser smashed his pommel horse routine to win gold ahead of Northern Ireland’s Rhys McClenaghan – the reigning Commonwealth champion. Shannon Archer also made history in women’s vault as she finished with a bronze earning Scotland their first ever medal in artistic gymnastics.

Follow all the latest updates from the Commonwealth Games below:


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

No it’s not. Confirmation comes in and it’s double gold for England!

Courtney Tulloch wins on the rings with his effort of 14.4 and Georgia-Mae Fenton reclaims her gold on the bars.

Both are the reigning Commonwealth champions and both retain their titles!


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Canada’s Felix Dolci absolutely nails his routine on the rings and his dismount is close to perfect. Courtney Tulloch is guaranteed a medal but now it is all about what colour.

Is Dolci’s effort enough to push him down to silver?


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Fenton is the defending champion and the highest qualifier on the bars. She produces yet another exceptional routine and that could be enough to win her gold.

13.900 for the Englishwoman and she’ll take home the gold!


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Australia’s Georgia Godwin is on for a hat-trick of golds at these Games as she leaps into first place on the uneven bars with a score of 13.5.

Georgia-Mae Fenton is up next for England and she’s got the ability to beat that score.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Courtney Tulloch records a 14.400! He’s currently in the gold medal position, can he hold onto it?


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

It’s a good looking routine!

Courtney Tulloch was brilliant through the swings, strong in the holds and landed a decent dismount. He looks pleased with the effort but we’ll have to wait for the scores.

14.266 is tough to beat but if anyone can do it, it’ll be the Englishman.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Joe Fraser nails his routine on the high rings for England and comes away with a score of 14.100 to move into the lead. He doesn’t stay there long though as Canada’s Chris Kaji puts in a massive 14.266.

Can the Commonwealth champion Courtney Tulloch beat that?


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Gymnastics

Back in the arena and there’s some interest for England. Ondine Achampong records a 13.433 on the uneven to move level with South Africa’s Caitlin Rooskrantz.

Scotland’s Shannon Archer follows and gets herself into third place.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Track cycling

England’s Hayden Norris is the last of the riders from the home nations to go in this time trial and records a very decent time of 1:01.285 to move into third place but knocking teammate Ethan Vernon out of the medals.

Thomas Cornish of Australia is the current leader on 1:00.036.

Next up is New Zealand’s Nicholas Kergozou de la Boessiere… he’s quick. Very quick, and Hayden Norris is knocked out of the podium places.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Track cycling

Lots of action happening in the men’s 1,000m time trial on the last day in the velodrome.

After 13 riders, England’s Ethan Vernon sits second behind Australia’s sprint champion Matthew Richardson with Joe Holt of Wales in third.

There are still seven riders to go though.


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