Glasgow 2014 round-up: Day Seven

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's going on social media.

So, here's what happened today.

The Winners

It was a relatively quiet day in terms of Scottish medals, with one silver and one bronze being added to Team Scotland's haul.

The silver belonged to gymnast Daniel Keatings, who finished second to England's Max Whitlock in the men's all-around final at the Hydro.

At the SECC, Scottish wrestler Viorel Etko defeated Malta's Adam Vella to win bronze in the 61kg category.

Elsewhere, Guy Learmonth powered his way to Thursday's 800m final, and Gavin Rumgay celebrated a second round doubles table tennis win in trademark "wedgie" style alongside partner Craig Howieson.

The Losers

The unfortunate moment of the day belonged to Malaysian diver Ahmad Amsyar Azman, who ended up falling "flat on his face" in the preliminary round of the men's 1m springboard.

BBC co-commentator Leon Taylor says Azman "put all his chips on the table," but his attempt to pull off a difficult dive turned into a "complete debacle."

It probably wasn't the splash he was hoping to make at Glasgow 2014.

The Medal Table

The big medal table news of the day was that England moved ahead of Australia - can they hold on to claim victory in Glasgow?

Scotland remain in fourth place, with Canada strengthening their lead over the hosts in third.

Wales are in 11th, with Northern Ireland on 22nd.

Keep up to date with the medal table here.

Tweets of the day

1. "Never mind Usain Bolt, the real Commonwealth Games stars have arrived at Pacific Quay."

The opening ceremony Scottie dogs (pictured above) visited BBC Scotland's HQ today, to the delight of correspondent James Cook.

2. "I'm waking up to this nonsense..journalist please don't create lies to make headlines."

Usain Bolt takes to Twitter to deny reports he had criticised Glasgow 2014.

3. "One of the most amazing experiences ever! At the start of the year - didn't think I would make it to the start line! So proud to be Scottish."

Eilish Mccolgan overcame injury problems to compete in Glasgow, and put in a spirited performance to finish in 6th in the 3000m steeplechase.

4. "The Duke of Wellington has been given a fabulous golden makeover to celebrate #Glasgow2014."

BBC Sport Scotland tweeted this photo of the Duke of Wellington's new cone in honour of Scotland's record-breaking gold medal haul.

The Highlight

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Media captionScot Keatings wins silver in final

The moment of the day belonged to gymnast Daniel Keatings, who won silver for Team Scotland.

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