Glasgow 2014 round-up: Day Two

The Commonwealth Games is 11 days of non-stop action.

With 4,000 athletes, 261 medal ceremonies and 71 teams, it can be easy to lose track.

But don't worry, as each day passes we'll give you a round-up of the winners, the losers, and what you've been saying about it all on social media.

So, here's what happened today.

The Winners

Scotland's first medal of the day came with a gold for Neil Fachie & Craig MacLean in men's para-sport 1000m time trial B2 tandem.

This was followed by success on the mat, as Team Scotland stars Sarah Clark and Sally Conway earned themselves a place on the podium, Clark with a gold and Conway bronze.

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Image caption Sarah Clark celebrating her win in the women's -63kg judo at the SECC

And it was another night of magic in the pool for the hosts, as Corrie Scott took 50m Breaststroke bronze.

Dan Wallace then ended an enthralling session perfectly for the Tolcross crowd, when he touched first in the 400m Individual Medley.

The Losers

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One man who won't be winning any medals at Glasgow 2014 is Rhys Williams.

The Welsh 400m hurdler is out of the games after failing a drugs test.

The Team Wales athletics co-captain says he is "devastated", and denies knowingly taking any banned substance.

He tested positive for both his A and B samples, and is banned from all competition by UK Anti-Doping pending a hearing.

The Medal Table

The medals continued to roll in on day 2, with England continuing to lead the way.

Scotland's success in cycling, judo and swimming sees them sit in third, behind a rampant Australia.

And, as for the fortunes of the other British nations, Wales drop to 10th, while Northern Ireland lie in 17th.

Keep up to date with the medal table here.

Tweets of the Day

1. If I pass all these exams I promise to give myself a wedgie and dance around to the Proclaimers a la Gavin Rumgay.

Douglas Stewart comments on Gavin Rumgay's slightly unorthodox 'wedgie' celebration.

2. Anyone coming to watch judo today, please keep that noise up! It was amazing yesterday! I know you's can do it again! We want to hear you's!

Connie Ramsay whips up support for Team Scotland's judokas.

3. Through to the 100m final with a time of 59.72. Bring on the final tomorrow at 20:50! [TeamRM]

And swimming's golden boy Ross Murdoch is ready for a crack at more dominance.

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