Commonwealth Games

NZ team lifting its game

Richard Patterson

Stunning defensive display

Segun Toriola When it comes to countries well known for their table tennis expertise, Nigeria does not immediately spring to mind.

Walsh beaten by a 'big bomb'

Tom Walsh Glassy-eyed shotputter rues a slightly off-night and a rival's stunner to finish with Games silver. | Jacko goes downhill

Jamaican gold for 100m sprint

Kemar Bailey-Cole Even without Usain Bolt leading the charge, Jamaican talent too quick in men's 100m sprint at Games.

Prince bombs Kiwi sevens coach

Prince Harry Prince pops up for a photobomb of his own days after a grinning Queen was snapped in a selfie.

Jacko Gill goes downhill

Jacko Gill Kiwi strongman Jacko Gill had a Commonwealth Games to forget after bouncing out in the shotput this morning.

Hammer silver 'unreal'

Just turned 21, little-known Julia Ratcliffe from Hamilton can't believe Games success is hers.

Twins tale fit for a film

Zane relishes finest hour

Get the ladies up to speed

Steph McKenzie BikeNZ's women's track programme will now be a major focus after men's success in Glasgow.

Racing hearts hold up racing

Scottish cyclist Chris Pritchard delays men's keirin race as he proposes to his girlfriend in the stands.

Cyclist wins third Games medal

Archbold wins gold

A standout from the start

Sam Webster's parents knew they had something special on their hands from an early age.

Black Sticks stay unbeaten

Anita Punt and Krystal Forgesson An Anita Punt double saw New Zealand dispatch India 3-0 and remain on track to top pool A.

T&T take another pasting

New Zealand's men's hockey team remains undefeated in Glasgow, beating Trinidad and Tobago 8-0.

Black Sticks thrash T&T

Queen photobomb no accident

Black Sticks claim gritty win

NZ women's hockey team take control of their Games pool after 2-1 victory over South Africa.

Silver Ferns rout Northern Irish

Leana de Bruin Injuries to Maria Tutaia and Cathrine Latu mar the Silver Ferns' 78-29 win over Northern Ireland this morning.

Halpenny set to miss next game

Silver Ferns goal shoot Ellen Halpenny is unlikely to be used in tomorrow's game against Northern Ireland.

Aussies sneak past England

Malawi scare a positive

Silver Ferns to rest shooters

The Silver Ferns are likely to rest injured shooters Maria Tutaia and Cathrine Latu against St Lucia.

All Blacks needed for Olympics

Sonny Bill Williams NZ have to wheel out the big guns for Rio when they go for the first ever Sevens Olympic gold.

Inexperience and errors costly

Sevens captain DJ Forbes rues mistakes which cost his side gold and a remarkable five Games winning streak.

NZ to play for sevens gold

NZ into sevens semis

Tietjens sends SOS to All Blacks

Rugby sevens guru Gordon Tietjens has already sent out his wish list of AB stars for the next Olympics.

Boyle bags Games silver

Lauren Boyle Kiwi swimmer Lauren Boyle finishes second in a dramatic final of the women's 800m freestyle.

'It's been an emotional day'

For someone who, bizarrely, doesn't like getting wet, Sophie Pascoe gave herself a good soaking yesterday.

Main makes 200m backstroke final

Pool defective, but legal

Drained Boyle ambush-wary

Drained from a war just waged, Lauren Boyle is now wary of an ambush.

Kiwi contingent boxing clever

Bowyn Morgan West Coaster Bowyn Morgan continues New Zealand's good run in the ring at the Commonwealth Games today.

Kiwis eye further success

NZ squash coach hoping his charges can build on a promising singles campaign in the doubles.

Hill hungry for success

King captures bronze

'Cool' shooter wins gold

Stress of crucial gear going missing not enough to sway NZ's latest gold medallist Sally Johnston.

Joy proved short-lived

Darren Liddel Thrilling highs of 1998 were in stark contrast to the brutally cruel lows of 1999 for Darren Liddel.

Pryde still splitting her time

As an athlete, Susy Pryde was someone who could split her talents over disciplines and remain at the top.

Barrett walks to different beat

Cooper recalls golden campaign

Cycling star relives past glories

Former track star Gary Anderson talks about heart defects, putting out fires and those 1990 Games.

Mind matters for Black Sticks

Anita Punt Resting players' minds as well as their bodies will be crucial if the NZ hockey teams are to have success in Glasgow.

Triathlon twins

The bond between Ryan Sissons and Tom Davison was formed long before they were named in NZ's squad for Glasgow.

Walsh not carried away

Rising above the pain

NZ 7s denied Super-men

The seemingly never-ending Super Rugby competition denied coach Gordon Tietjens any star power in Glasgow.

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