Commonwealth Games Day 10 some of the top moments

  • 3 August 2014
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Tom Daley wins Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth diving gold

There were plenty of top moments and medals won on the last but one day of the Games.

England's Tom Daley comfortably defended his 10m platform Commonwealth Games title with a classy performance.

The 20-year-old finished with a score of 516.55 to take gold in the event he also won at Delhi 2010.

Ooi Tze Liang of Malaysia won the silver medal with a score of 433.70, while Canada's Vincent Riendeau took the bronze with 429.25.

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Bolt and Jamaica win relay gold

Usain Bolt led Jamaica home in the 4x100m relay final in a Commonwealth Games record time of 37.58 seconds. England took the silver medal in Glasgow in a time of 38.02, ahead of third-placed Trinidad & Tobago.

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Watch Adams win first Commonwealth gold

England's Nicola Adams beat Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh in Glasgow to become the first female Commonwealth Games boxing champion.

Adams, 31, has lost only once since becoming the first woman to win an Olympic boxing title at London 2012.

The Leeds fighter landed the cleaner shots throughout the flyweight final and was awarded a split decision.

Savannah Marshall also won gold for England, beating Canada's Ariane Fortin in the women's middleweight final.