Commonwealth Games 2022: Gold medals in diving, wrestling and athletics on day eight – live! | Commonwealth Games 2022

Key events

Male decathlon: Grenada’s Lindon Victor, the defending champion, throws 46.54m on the discus to regain the overall lead.

Lindon Victor of Grenada. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

Athletics: The men’s 4x400m relay heats began on the track. Always a fun event to watch…

Botswana, Jamaica and Zambia finish first, second and third in a very competitive round. The winning time is 3min 05.11sec for Botswana – Nigeria will have to wait and see if they qualify after finishing fourth.

Dive: The men’s 3m synchronized springboard final gets the crowd moving in the pool.

The English duo Anthony Harding and Jack Laugher lead the way with a very good score of 189.12 after three dives. The Malaysian duo of Yiwei Chew and Tze Liang Ooi is second, as it stands, with 170.70.

Netball: Scotland and Northern Ireland are about to embark on their playoff encounter for ninth place. Trinidad and Tobago beat Barbados earlier to clinch 11th place overall.

Athletics: Ciara Mageean of Northern Ireland won this first heat in a time of 4min 13.52sec. Abbey Caldwell (Aus) second, Edinah Jebitok (Kenya) third, Linden Hall (Aus) fourth and Laura Muir of Scotland fifth. It looks like Wales’ Melissa Courtney-Bryant missed out on finishing sixth.

Athletics: In this first women’s 1,500m, Muir was at the back of the field in the final stages of the race (not counting the athlete from Lesotho who was miles behind) and she was in danger of not qualifying, but she accelerated in the final stretch, and finished fifth. .. or was it fourth?

Athletics: Laura Muir is now on the track in her 1500m series.

Lawn balls: England eventually secured an 18-14 win in the women’s pair quarter-final.

Sophie Tolchard from England.
Sophie Tolchard from England. Photograph: Bradley Collyer/PA

Dive: Next up will be the men’s 3m synchronized springboard final.

Dive: The qualifications for the women’s 1m springboard are over.

Mia Vallee of Canada will dive last in tonight’s final with 292.20 points while Yasmin Harper of England qualified second at 274.60. Esther Qin (Australia) finished third with 266.95 points.

Scotland’s Grace Reid qualified fifth at 259.10, Amy Rollinson (237.50) was sixth.

The final is scheduled to start at 6.05pm UK time.

Mia Valley of Canada.
Mia Valley of Canada. Photo: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Kenya win 9th place playoff against Ghana in women’s hockey!

It may be ‘only’ for ninth place, but it meant the world to Kenya, who equalized with three minutes remaining, and then beat Ghana to sudden death in the shootout!

Flavia Mutiva of Kenya celebrates with her team mates after scoring a late equalizer against Ghana.
Flavia Mutiva of Kenya celebrates with her team mates after scoring a late equalizer against Ghana. Photography: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

Women’s netball: In the 11th and 12th place qualifiers, Trinidad and Tobago beat Barbados 63-31.

Scotland v Northern Ireland is next, playing for ninth place, from 11.30am.

Women’s Hockey: Ghana and Kenya draw 2-2 in the fourth quarter of the match which will determine who will get the wooden spoon, finishing 10th, and who will come 9th overall. Wales v South Africa will take place at 11.15am UK time and they will fight for seventh place.

Coming up tonight, England meet New Zealand in the first semi-final (6.00pm UK time) before Australia v India at 8.15pm UK.

It’s now full time in this game Ghana v Kenya, at 2-2, and it’s going into a shootout after Kenya equalized with three minutes to go! The dreaded penalty contest, as Barry Davies would have had it.

Hockeytable tennis and para table tennis and diving are also going on right now, if the live schedule on the official website is to be believed.

In women’s pair bowling, England momentarily increased their lead to five points, but India just answered with three simultaneous shots, and suddenly it’s 14-12.


Hello everyone and welcome to day eight. What’s going on today?

There’s diving, there’s wrestling and there’s athletics, to name a few. Right now on Her Majesty’s BBC1 it’s lawn bowling, with England (Sophie Tolchard and Amy Pharaoh) leading India (Lovely Choubey and Nayanmoni Saikia) 13-9 after 13 ends in the duo’s quarter-final feminine.

Let’s do this…

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