Commonwealth Games Continue With More Excitement On The Horizon
Over the weekend several events were covered and medals were handed out. With Australia leading with a count of 51 medals, 18 of which are gold. England follows closely with 45 medals while the third place medal holders, Scotland remains far off with 25 medals.
Men’s middleweight boxing garnered much of the attention yesterday with Cedric Olivier of Mauritius, Benny Muziyo of Zambia, and Abdul Bangura of Sierra Leone winning their bouts.
Today’s medal events will include both women and men’s marathons, table tennis, and lawn bowls.
Singapore will face Malaysia in the gold and bronze medal events for women’s team table tennis later today. Women’s marathon event standings put Australia in the lead and heavily favoured to win, while in Men’s marathon, competitors from African nations Malawi, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Kenya make up the top three positions.
Tomorrow will feature medal events for badminton, athletics, rugby sevens, and shooting, among many others.
Men’s pistol and prone rifle events will precede women’s trap shooting and mixed teams badminton will see both bronze and gold events early in the day with athletics running throughout Monday.
The day will finish with men’s gold and bronze table tennis events alongside men and women’s weightlifting in the 69kg Group A and 85kg Group A respectively.