Glasgow 2014: Day ten round-up

Published 2 August 2014

CWGAdams3 2014 Getty Images

The penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow was another record breaker for the home nations as they won a total of 33 medals. There were golden moments on the diving board, on the track and at the table tennis but nowhere could match the boxing ring at the SECC where nine gold medals were won.

Olympic champion Nicola Adams (Eng) made history again by becoming the first female boxing champion at a Commonwealth Games. She was joined shortly afterward by team mate Savannah Marshall who overcame her disappointment at London 2012 to win the women’s middleweight division. The English men were not to be outdone as Scott Fitzgerald, Anthony Fowler and Joe Joyce won golds along with Scotland’s Josh Taylor and Charlie Flynn. Northern Ireland won their first gold medals of the Games, with Paddy Barnes and Michael topping the podium.

In Athletics, England’s Conrad Williams, Michael Bingham, Daniel Awde and Matthew Hudson-Smith won a nail biting 4x400m Relay with the tightest of victories over the Bahamas. Diver Tom Daley was very impressive as he took top spot in the Men’s 10m Platform and husband wife team of Paul and Joanna Drinkhall won the Mixed Doubles in the Table Tennis.

Medallists in full:


  • Paul Drinkhall and Joanna Drinkhall (Table Tennis): Mixed Doubles - Eng
  • Nicola Adams* (Boxing): Women’s 51kg - Eng
  • Charlie Flynn (Boxing): Men’s 60kg - Sco
  • Josh Taylor* (Boxing): Men’s 64kg – Sco
  • Paddy Barnes (Boxing): Men’s 49kg - NI
  • Michael Conlon (Boxing): Men’s 56kg – NI
  • Savannah Marshall* (Boxing): Women’s 75kg – Eng
  • Scott Fitzgerald* (Boxing): Men’s 69kg – Eng
  • Anthony Fowler* (Boxing): Men’s 75kg - Eng
  • Conrad Williams*, Michael Bingham*, Daniel Awde and Matthew Hudson-Smith (Athletics): Men’s 4x400m Relay – Eng
  • Tom Daley* (Diving): Men’s 10m Platform – Eng
  • Joe Joyce* (Boxing): Men’s +91kg - Eng


  • Natalie Blake* (Powerlifting): Para-Sport Women’s Lightweight - Eng
  • Liam Pitchford and Tin Tin Ho (Table Tennis): Mixed Doubles - Eng
  • Qais Ashfaq* (Boxing): Men’s 56kg - Eng
  • Laura Massaro and Jenny Duncalf (Squash): Women’s Doubles – Eng
  • Michaela Walsh (Boxing): Women’s 51kg - NI
  • Joe Fitzpatrick (Boxing): Men’s 60kg – NI
  • Sally Peake (Athletics): Women’s Pole Vault – Wal
  • Adam Gemili*, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey*, Richard Kilty* and Danny Talbot* (Athletics): Men’s 4x100m Relay – Eng
  • Women’s Team* (Hockey) - Eng


  • Kelly Sibley and Danny Reed (Table Tennis): Mixed Doubles - Eng
  • Emma Beddoes and Alison Waters (Squash): Women’s Doubles - Eng
  • Ali Jawad* (Powerlifting): Para-Sport Men’s Lightweight – Eng
  • Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier (Badminton): Mixed Doubles – Sco
  • Hannah Starling* (Diving): Women’s 3m Springboard - Eng
  • Liam Pitchford (Table Tennis): Men’s Singles – Eng
  • Jo Pavey (Athletics): Women’s 5000m – Eng
  • Christine Ohuruogu*, Shana Cox*, Kelly Massey and Anyika Onuora* (Athletics): Women’s 4x400m Relay – Eng
  • Chris Langridge* and Peter Mills* (Badminton): Men’s Doubles – Eng
  • Sally Scott (Athletics): Women’s Pole Vault – Eng
  • Asha Philip*, Bianca Williams*, Jodie Williams* and Ashleigh Nelson* (Athletics): Women’s 4x100m Relay – Eng
  • Gabby Adcock* and Lauren Smith* (Badminton): Women’s Doubles - Eng


*athlete is on the UK Sport World Class Programme


Funding Partners
  • DCMS
  • TNL partners
Official Partners
  • BAES logo
  • BUPA
  • IHG logo
Strategic Partners
  • British Olympic Association
  • Paralympics GB
  • Sport England
  • Sport Northern Ireland
  • Sport Wales
  • Sport Scotland