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In pictures: UK's Commonwealth games in medals
12 October 2010
Last updated at 12:46
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man have picked up more than 150 medals so far during this year's Commonwealth Games in India.
English divers Tom Daley, 16, and Max Brick, 18, have won gold in the men's 10m synchro at the Commonwealth Games in India. The pair beat team's from Australia, Canada and Malaysia in the four-team final.
Scotland's Colin Fleming and Jocelyn Rae picked up gold after beating Australia in the tennis mixed doubles. England have 114 medals, Scotland 21, Wales 16 with Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man on two each.
Wales' Dai Greene won the gold medal in the men's 400m hurdles final with compatriot Rhys Williams picking up the bronze. Greene clocked 48.52 seconds to edge out defending champion Louis van Zyl of South Africa.
England's Louise Hazel (left, gold medal) and England's Grace Clements (right, bronze medal) after the Heptathlon event in Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. 25-year-old Hazel managed personal bests in the long jump and javelin.
Northern Ireland have two medals at the games. Wendy Houvenaghel (pictured) picked up a silver in the women's individual pursuit. Mark Peter Christian from the Isle of Man picked up one of the island's two medals so far.
Scotland's Hannah Miley picked up the country's first gold in the pool with victory in the 400m individual medley final. The 21-year-old finished in four minutes 38.83 seconds. England's Keri-Anne Payne swam to bronze in the same event.
England's Leon Baptiste took gold in the 200m. The 25-year-old Londoner says he emulated the "efficient" style of fellow finalist Christian Malcolm, as he beat the Welshman into third place.
England's George Atkins (left) and the Isle of Man's Mark Christian (right) won silver and bronze cycling medals in the men's points race. Atkins won 52 points with Christian finishing on 37 after the 160 lap, 16 sprint event.
England's Steve Lewis broke his personal best during the pole vault final. He cleared 5.60m but couldn't beat Australia's Olympic and world champion Steve Hooker. England's Max Eaves took bronze with a personal best of 5.40.
Lawn bowls is also a sport at the Commonwealth Games in India with England's Amy Monkhouse taking gold in the women's final. The 31-year-old beat the Malaysian pair 5-2 with partner and best mate Ellen Falkner.
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