Glasgow 2014 round-up: Day 11

So there you have it - the Commonwealth Games has been 11 days of non-stop action.

With 4,000 athletes, 261 medal ceremonies and 71 teams, it's been easy to lose track.

As each day passed we gave you a round-up of the winners, the losers, and what was happening on social media.

So, here's how the final day shaped up.

The Winners

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Image caption Kirsty Gilmour celebrates after taking Scotland's final - and 53rd - medal

Scotland's final medal of the Games came in the women's singles badminton. Kirsty Gilmour was beaten 2-0 by Canada's Michelle Li in the gold medal match, to take silver.

Glasgow has also been hailed as another big winner in the Games - even if it did throw everything it had at the cycling road race.

Golds in that event went to England's Lizzie Armitstead and Geraint Thomas of Wales.

In some of the other final competitions, Australia took gold in the women's netball and in the men's hockey.

The Losers

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Image caption The cycling road race competitors faced some "interesting" weather

For the second day in a row the losers of the day were the spectators who didn't venture out with four, maybe even five, seasons-worth of appropriate clothing.

The conditions on the streets for the cyclists were at times sunny with more than a hint of torrential downpour.

The "interesting" weather, however, didn't put off the crowds from lining the road race course right throughout the day.

The Medal Table

So the target was 34 - and, at the end of the Games, Team Scotland has bettered that by almost 20 medals, with a final haul of 53.

Judo and swimming brought 23 medals between them, with golds also in gymnastics, cycling, boxing, bowls and athletics.

Topping the table are England on 173 medals, followed by Australia and Canada. Wales finished 12th on 36 medals, with Northern Ireland were 15th on 12.

Have a look at the final medal table here.

Tweets of the day

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1. I forgot I took these pictures. 5.30am the morning of my final in the village hospital feeling and looking like s##t

Lynsey Sharp revealed how low she had been feeling before heading out to win 800m silver on Friday.

2. Farewell Glasgow. You've been the perfect host. Och aye!

Gary Lineker sent his best wishes to Glasgow, in his best Scottish accent.

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3. Ahhhh .... The glamour!!! Ready to rehearse! #glasgow2014

Kylie Minogue was someone else having to contend with the climate as she got ready for her part in the closing ceremony.

The Highlight

The highlight of the day was always going to be the closing ceremony.

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Media captionGlasgow 2014: Best moments from closing ceremony

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