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Summary

  1. Women's team qualifying, round two: New Zealand v Wales / Australia v Scotland
  2. Men's team qualifying, round two: India v Ireland / Singapore v Sri Lanka
  3. Men's team qualifying, round two: Canada v Scotland / Australia v Malaysia
  4. Catch up on the action using the 'Live Coverage' tab

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Francesca Jones, Laura Halford and Nikara Jenkins

    But for tonight it is goodbye from the Wales rhythmic gymnastic team and goodbye from me.

    Well done everybody, I make that a day well spent.

    Jonathan Jurejko will be back from 08:00 BST to take you through Day Two. Join him.

  2. #bbcglasgow2014

    Jess Varnish

    Track cyclist Jess Varnish on Twitter: "Bronze medal selfie with two of my favourite people."

  3. Friday's highlights

    Joanna Rowsell

    What to look forward tomorrow then?

    08:45 - Shooting: England's Amber Hill, who won the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award in 2013, competes in the women's skeet.

    11:00 - Track cycling: World champion Joanna Rowsell will be the favourite for England in the women's individual pursuit, though Canada and Australia will be well represented and Scotland's Katie Archibald has a strong shot at a medal, as does Elinor Barker for Wales.

    19:00 - Swimming: A chance to see Michael Jamieson try and make amends for his 200m defeat in the men's 100m breaststroke semi-finals.

    Coverage starts from 09:00 on BBC One and BBC Three, while you can follow up to 15 live streams on the BBC Sport website.

  4. #bbcglasgow2014

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    Chris Hoy Velodrome drawing

    "Thanks to Rebecca Cobb aged 7 for this drawing of the velodrome that she did for me today, love the detail!"

  5. Track Cycling

    Sir Bradley Wiggins' only Commonwealth Games event ended in silver rather than gold as the England team pursuit squad were well beaten by an impressive Australian quartet.

    Later, Wiggins said he would not ride the Tour de France again after telling the BBC that road racing is "cut-throat" with "no kind of loyalty".

    England trio Jason Kenny, Philip Hindes and Kian Emadi were beaten by New Zealand in the team sprint final, while Australian Anna Mears romped to 500m time-trial gold,

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    Danny Singham: Medal table looking fairly solid for England after day one-good job to the athletes!

    Wendy Andre: Brilliant first day: England supreme in Triathlon and top of medal table.

    Matt Tye: Didn't think I'd be this into the Commonwealth Games but it's been brilliant! And England racking up medals too.

  7. #bbcglasgow2014

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    Chris Hoy and the Renicks sisters

    "Not a bad day's work for the Renicks Family! Congratulations @Kimi48Renicks @judolouise5"

  8. Athletics

    The day began with the disappointing news that double Olympic champion Mo Farah had withdrawn from the Games to recover from a recent illness.

    "I really wanted to add the Commonwealth titles to my Olympic and World Championships, but the event is coming a few weeks too soon for me," he said.

    "My body is telling me it's not ready to race yet."

  9. Medal table

    You know that medal table at 22:21? Lies, pure lies.

    The Wales rhythmic gymnastic silver medal has not made it's way through the system, that is what we are saying anyway.

    This is the true state of affairs with all four of the home nations in the top 11. Lovely stuff.

    medal table
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    Stuart in Glasgow: 10 medals on day one? Four Gold! All after an epic opening ceremony! Glasgow has been golden so far, proud to be from this city.

  11. Badminton

    Scotland sent out a powerful message with two convincing wins on the opening day of the team competition. The host nation opened proceedings at the Emirates Arena by thrashing the Seychelles 5-0 and then hammering Guernsey by the same scoreline.

    Their dominant performance put them top of Group C alongside New Zealand, their next opponents on Friday, and on course for a place in the quarter-finals.

    Men's singles player Kieran Merrilees was among their most impressive performers, playing in both matches and spending a total of 41 minutes on court in winning 2-0 twice.

    "We wanted to come in strong and be ready for the tougher matches coming up," he said.

  12. Medal table

    medal table

    So where does that leave the medal standings?

    Well after a profitable day in the triathlon in Strathclyde Country Park England are clear at the top.

    Scotland mined plenty of precious metal in the pool and are sitting pretty in third.

  13. Gold Medal

    Canada - team rhythmic gymnastics

    lauren Brash

    Wales led for much of the competition, but it is Canada who take gold in the team final. The Welsh have to settle for second with Malaysia taking bronze and England fourth.

    Scotland finish in seventh with Lauren Brash wrapping up the competition with the final routine.

  14. Hockey

    England goalscorer Ashley Jackson

    England men's coach Bobby Crutchley after his side's 6-1 win over Trinidad and Tobago in their opening Group B match:

    "We were a bit frustrated with the performance. There were good bits, but we were a bit slack with some of our passing and attacking play. Having said that I thought Trinidad and Tobago played well, they frustrated us and had a good game plan. There were certainly glimpses of some quality play for us across the 70 minutes and we will look to take that into the game against Malaysia on Sunday."

  15. #bbcglasgow2014

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    "Wow what an evening @HannahMiley89 @RossMurdoch_ @mj88live @SiobhanMOConnor @aimee_willmott & the rest of the teams - huge congratulations!"

  16. Swimming

    Steve Parry

    BBC swimming expert & Olympic bronze medallist

    "There's no shame in what Michael Jamieson has achieved tonight with his silver medal. I hope this doesn't set him back."

  17. Squash

    Reigning world champion Laura Massaro of England eased her way into the last 16 with an 11-2 11-4 11-1 win against Lynette Vai of Papua New Guinea.

    Reigning Commonwealth and world champion Nick Matthew moved into the last 16 by beating Jamaica's Chris Binnie 11-4 11-8 11-4, while there was also a second win of the day for England's former world number one James Willstrop, who finished proceedings at Scotstoun Sports Campus with an efficient 11-6 11-5 11-4 win over Gibraltar's Anthony Brindle.

    Nick Matthew
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    England gymnast Max Whitlock

    England gymnast Max Whitlock on Twitter: "Haircut done #SpotOn. Training finished today. Looking forward to going into the village."

  19. Track Cycling

    Sir Bradley Wiggins

    Meanwhile over on BBC One, Sir Bradley Wiggins has been mulling over about how he sees the rest of his career.

    "The road is quite cut-throat really," said the 2012 Tour de France champion.

    "That is fantastic for success, but I'm not sure how enjoyable it is."

    He gives the distinct impression of a man who is done with politics and horse-trading of Grand Tours.

    Full story up on the site soon.

  20. Swimming

    BBC Radio 5 live

    200m breaststroke silver medallist Michael Jamieson:

    200m breaststroke silver medallist Michael Jamieson: "The better man won on the day I guess. Ross Murdoch has been swimming world class times all season and he's a hell of talent. Breaststroke is about technique and stroke efficiency and you saw that from Ross, I don't know why mine wasn't there tonight. I couldn't have done any more in my preparation."

  21. Swimming

    BBC Radio 5 live

    200m breaststroke gold medallist Ross Murdoch

    200m breaststroke gold medallist Ross Murdoch: "I always dreamt I could do something like that in front of home crowd. I really thought I could challenge to be on the podium and I'm pleased to have come out and done it. It's mind-blowing. I've got a few more swims so I've got to calm down. Michael Jamieson is a hero to me, and someone I looked up to after the Olympic Games."

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    Andrew: Unbelievable race from Ross Murdoch! He was so strong in the second half of that race, he just left Michael Jamieson trailing in his wake.

  23. Gold Medal

    Sukhen Dey (India) - men's 56kg weightlifting

    In the men's 56kg weightlifting event, India's Sukhen Dey claims gold with a total weight of 248kg. Compatriot Ganesh Mali wins bronze and Zulhelmi Md Pisol of Malaysia silver.

    The 25-year-old Dey claimed the silver medal in Delhi four years ago but went one better at the Clyde Auditorium after posting a 109kg lift in the snatch and then 139kg in the clean and jerk.

  24. Post update

    I'm not sure if this is deliberate Glasgow 2014 innovation, but it seems that at Tollgate that the winners' families get a fast-track ticket to poolside after the medal ceremony.

    It means some lovely moments as the gold-medal wearer spys their folks and dives in for big hugs.

    I'm a fan.

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    Mark Foster

    BBC Sport swimming expert & ex-CWG champion

    Scotland swimmer Ross Murdoch

    "Unreal swim @RossMurdoch and amazing atmosphere in the pool. Well done Scotland."

  26. Medal Ceremony

    Men's 200m breaststroke

    Ross Murdoch takes a good long look at the golden gong hung around his neck. I'm still not sure that he believes that he is on the top step of the podium.

    The national anthem might be where he starts to realise. The crowd bellow Flower of Scotland, but the victor can't accompany them to the end. Murdoch is soon in tears and it is hard to sing when your bottom lip is juddering with emotion.

  27. Judo

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    Scotlan's Kimberley (left) and Louise Renicks with their gold judo medals

    The Renicks sisters looked frazzled and slightly taken aback by the attention they've received after their double gold success.

    "It's not sunk in for me because we've not had time to share it together," says Louise, winner of the -52kg final after her opponent was disqualified.

    Her younger sister Kimberley has had more time to gather her thoughts, winning the -48kg weight category an hour or so before her sister. "I had to quickly go to anti-doping so I had to watch her on TV. I ran down and the first time I saw her someone's trying to take a photo of us."

    Kimberley then teases her sister for conducting the crowd during part of the national anthem. "I saw her medal ceremony," she says. "I saw her getting the crowd involved. She took my showboating today - and people say I'm the poser!"

  28. Swimming

    Ian Thorpe

    Five-time Olympic gold medallist & BBC swimming analyst

    "It's important for the home nation to do well in the pool and Hannah Miley set the tone for Scotland. It will give the place a whole lift and Ross Murdoch has followed that up with a shock win. Michael Jamieson will be surprised as well, he's a guy who doesn't train to finish second. He looked shattered after."

  29. Gymnastics

    Team Wales on Twitter: Canada have gone into the gold medal position in the women's team rhythmic gymnastic final. Team Wales still in silver #GoWales.

    Francesca Jones of Wales

    Can Wales regain the lead? You can watch the climax of the team competition on the live coverage tab at the top of this page. A Canadian lady is currently flicking and furling a ribbon and it really is quite incredible, lobbing it up with her toes and catching is a flip and forward roll later.

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    Steph Brawn: Feeling sorry for Jamieson here though, looks terribly disappointed. Commiserations.

    Sams Rolo: Congrats to Ross Murdoch! A brilliant performance from a worthy underdog.

    Lee Savery: Imagine being the poster boy of the Games but you lose your final and the British record. Ouch.

  31. Silver Medal

    The England team of Fran Halsall, Amy Smith and Siobhan Marie O'Connor and Becki Turner finishes second in a new British record time of 3:35.72.

  32. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    Ross Murdoch and Michael Jamieson

    "Michael Jamieson goes over to congratulate Ross Murdoch, but he looks distraught after finishing second to his fellow Scot. He's dreamt of this being his night for seven years."

  33. Gold Medal

    Australia - 4x100m freestyle relay

    And the world record is gone into the bargain! Not just broken either shattered into a thousand tiny pieces.

    3:30.98 is the new mark, replacing the 3:31.72 set by Netherlands in 2009.

  34. Swimming

    The final medal event of the evening is the women's 4x100m freestyle relay and Australia are the team to beat with an all-star squad featuring Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell.

  35. Swimming

    Michael Jamieson

    Scotland's Michael Jamieson after winning silver in the men's 200m breaststroke: "Ross took a big chunk out of his personal best and so deserved to win. I don't prepare to come second though and it is just not good enough."

  36. Swimming

    Steve Parry

    BBC swimming expert & Olympic bronze medallist

    "That is world class from Ross Murdoch, he's only just missed out on the world record. Michael Jamieson has been beaten tonight by one of the best breaststroke swimmers in the world so he can have no complaints."

  37. Swimming

    Ross Murdoch speaking to BBC One after victory in the men's 200m breaststroke: "There is no way that just happened. In the last 100m the sound was just amazing and it drove me on. I felt really good this morning in the heats but I didn't believe that I could do that. It is my grandad's 70th birthday so that is for him."

  38. Post update

    Members of Australia's 2010 Commonwealth Games 4x100m freestyle team
  39. Swimming

    Karen Pickering

    BBC Sport aquatic sports expert & ex-CWG champion

    "Ross Murdoch cannot believe it with the widest eyes I've ever seen and shaking his head in utter disbelief. He's not just beaten Michael Jamieson, he's taken his British record as well. Ross just went past Michael like he was a club swimmer."

  40. Gold Medal

    Ross Murdoch (Scotland) - 200m breaststroke

    Ross Murdoch

    What a swim and what a reaction to match it!

    Ross Murdoch stares at the result on the digital display above the pool with his mouth gaping agog.

    He has scalped the poster boy of the Games with an extraordinary swim and a new British and Commonwealth Games record.

    Andrew Willis takes bronze for England.

  41. Swimming

    Away in the final of the men's 200m breaststroke and at half way it is Christian Sprenger leading from Michael Jamieson and Ross Murdoch.

    And Murdoch leads at 150m...

  42. Swimming

    Australian rival Christian Sprenger took silver behind Michael Jamieson in Delhi four years ago, is the second fastest man in the Commonwealth this year and a former world record holder.

    Jamieson's compatriot Ross Murdoch is also in red-hot form.

    Let's find out what it all means...

  43. Swimming

    While the men sort out the 100m backstroke final line-up, we are just a matter of minutes from Michael Jamieson's big night out in the 200m breaststroke final.

    The 25-year-old swam at Tollcross as a youngster and won silver in his pet event at London 2012.

    He faces some significant opposition though who will want to deny him a happy homecoming.

  44. Judo

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    England Commonwealth judo champion Ashley McKenzie

    "England's Commonwealth champion Ashley McKenzie was waiting to see his room mate, Colin Oates, collect his gold medal so I thought I'd pester him.

    "'I've got the World Championships in a couple of weeks so this is obviously a good stepping stone'," he says.

    "'Coming here and getting gold is amazing and with my room mate getting gold as well makes it extra special'."

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    Gina Lucia: There's a lots of pressure on Michael Jamieson for this swim. Hope he can zone it out.

  46. Swimming

    Steve Parry

    BBC swimming expert & Olympic bronze medallist

    On Scotland's Michael Jamieson in the 200m breaststroke final tonight: ""It's a massive risk-reward opportunity, if he does it he will absolutely be the man of the Games - if he doesn't, he's got to deal with all that pressure.

    "I think he recognises that opportunity but it is a stacked event, there are couple of youngsters, you've got the Aussies who are looking really good and I don't know how you deal with that pressure. We passed four posters this morning on the road of Michael looking fantastic so everyone knows and they are hot tickets tonight for this 200m breaststroke final."

  47. Swimming

    The line-up for 100m butterfly final is being shaken out across two semi-finals at the Tollcross Swimming Centre.

    Canadian Katerine Savard takes the first of the two races ahead of Australia's Emma McKeon and Jemma Lowe of Wales in third.

    In the second race England's Siobhan Marie O'Connor, fresh from winning 200m freestyle silver, romps home ahead of Alicia Coutts of Australia and Elen Gandy, who used to represent England and Great Britain, but defected to join up with Australia after London 2012.

    Gandy was born in Bromley, London, but emigrated with her family to Australia at the age of 16.

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    Track cyclist Ed Clancy

    Track cyclist Ed Clancy on Twitter: "Silver today in the team pursuit. Not our best ever ride but a massive step on from the worlds. Thanks for all the messages of support!"

  49. Squash

    Scotland's Alan Clyne has been taken to the limits in his round of 32 singles match against India's Harinder Pal Sandhu.

    After an hour and 33 minutes he has prevailed 12-14 11-9 13-15 11-1 11-9 to advance to the next round.

  50. Gold Medal

    Nekoda Davis (England) - women's -57kg judo

    Gold in the women's under-57kgs went to England's Nekoda Davis, who beat Scot Stephanie Inglis in the final.

    Davis, based at British Judo's Centre of Excellence in Walsall, scored a Waza-ari throw, which she followed up with a 25-seconds hold-down to clinch the title.

    There was, though, more home success for Scotland as Glasgow fighter Connie Ramsay, a defeated quarter-finalist earlier on Thursday, secured bronze when she pinned down Cameroon fighter Paule Sitcheping.

  51. Judo

    England's Colin Oates, gold medallist in the -66kg, beat close friend James Millar of Scotland in the semi-finals.

    "I would have liked for that fight to have been in the final, and am really pleased he took a bronze medal, because he has worked so hard for so many years and missed out for a lot of events, then got a late call-up for this.

    "But I had one goal - it was a gold medal, that is what I came here to deliver."

  52. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    Hannah Miley

    "Hannah Miley very red-faced and clearly wiping a flood of tears away from her eyes as she makes her way around the pool with her precious gold medal.

    "An incredible career-defining performance from the Scottish swimmer this evening in the 400m individual medley - a night both she and the crowd will never forget."

  53. Swimming

    A pause in the medal bonanza in the pool.

    The women's 50m breastroke semi-final have seen Jamaica's Alia Atkinson come home in a new games record. Australian Lorna Pickett won the other semi-final ahead of England's Sophie Taylor and Scotland's Kathryn Johnstone.

  54. Gold Medal

    Colin Oates (England) - -66kg judo

    Colin Oates

    Colin Oates wins gold for England at under-66kgs by defeating Andreas Krassas of Cyprus with a quick throw and armlock combination.

    Oates, brought up in Norfolk, but now fighting out of the Edinburgh Ratho club, produced some strong Ne Waza groundwork en route to the final, and followed that up with another impressive display to continue the home nation domination of the Judo competition.

    Scotland collected another bronze medal when James Millar - a late call-up for Scotland as replacement for the injured 100kg judoka James Austin - defeated Mathews Bpunza of Zambia with a late ippon throw.

  55. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    James Guy

    "England's James Guy spent two hours in doping control after this morning's 400m freestyle heat struggling to give a sample.

    "Tonight he had no problem delivering an impressive third-place-finish.

    "'It was a tough morning and then I had to hold on to get the medal but it's been an awesome year'," Guy tells BBC Sport after winning bronze."

  56. Judo

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "A standing ovation for Louise Renicks as she steps on top of the podium as the Commonwealth Champion. The gold medallist wonderfully smiles as she sings the national anthem, swaying ever so gently to the sound of the bagpipes. The Scots have enjoyed themselves this evening, thanks mainly to the feats of the Renicks sisters."

  57. Swimming

    England's Sophie Taylor and Scotland's Kathryn Johnstone look like they have done enough to get into the 50m breaststroke final, but there's still the second semi to come...

  58. Judo

    Renicks sisters celebrate gold success

    Louise Renicks on winning judo gold to match her sister Kimberley's feat: "I have always believed I could get this medal, now I have got it, my job is done, and I am feeling brilliant, really proud of myself.

    "I watched a bit of my sister's fight, where she won and then got her medal, but I had to keep myself focused.

    "My mum and dad are here, and it is a really emotional moment, I was a bit upset when I came off the mat. I heard the Brownlee brothers won for England tonight, so now it is two families who can celebrate.

    "I feel really proud with us getting the first gold medals for Scotland and there is much more to come."

  59. Triathlon

    #71club - number six (Dan Halksworth - Jersey)

    Dan Halksworth

    BBC Sport's Ollie Williams is attempting to interview an athlete from all 71 nations and territories participating in the Commonwealth Games to create the 71 Club (#71club).

    Dan Halksworth has twice won the ultra-long distance Ironman UK title, but the shorter Glasgow race - in sweltering conditions - is a different matter. He finished 17th for Jersey.

    "I'm just proud to represent Jersey and not embarrass myself for them," he said. "This is a completely different pain [to an Ironman] but I'm quite happy, still.

    "We're a small island and we don't have a lot of facilities that the other, big nations do. For us to come from a small place and do well? I'm really pleased."

  60. Gold Medal

    Rowan Crothers (Australia) - S9 100m freestyle

    Australian teenager Rowan Crothers sets the first world record in the pool in winning gold in the S9 100m freestyle.

    The 16-year-old, who has cerebral palsy which affects his leg movement, clocked 54.58 to beat his previous world record of 54.95. He beat his compatriots Matt Cowdrey and Brenden Hall for an Australian 1-2-3.

  61. Triathlon

    #71club - number five (Bob Gabourel - Belize)

    BBC Sport's Ollie Williams is attempting to interview an athlete from all 71 nations and territories participating in the Commonwealth Games to create the 71 Club (#71club).

    Belize's Bob Gabourel was another who didn't finish, with the rules stating that athletes too far behind the pack during the swim must end their race.

    "I'm not used to this water, man," said Bob. "I wish the water was colder so we could swim in a wetsuit. In fresh water I tend to sink a lot, I'm not used to it.

    "I'm really disappointed with myself, but I wish they'd given us the opportunity to finish our race. It's the biggest race we'll ever come to in our careers, as developing countries."

  62. Swimming - Miley wins 400m individual medley

    Steve Parry

    BBC swimming expert & Olympic bronze medallist

    "Hannah going out so fast in the butterfly was a tactical masterstroke. That's something she would have been working on for months, not something she would have just decided to do today."

  63. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    "This is the first time Siobhan-Marie O'Connor has ever done the 200m freestyle and she put up a great fight. Emma McKeon just had that much more experience.

    "It bodes well for Siobhan for the rest of the week. She's got confidence and will feel she's swimming well."

  64. Swimming - Miley wins 400m individual medley

    Karen Pickering

    BBC Sport aquatic sports expert & ex-CWG champion

    "I think Hannah was just more tactically savvy on the night. Although I think if you have that race in a neutral pool then it might have been different - that crowd had such an affect on her."

  65. Hockey

    England are currently leading Trinidad and Tobago 3-1 in their first group match thanks to goals from Ashley Jackson, Mark Gleghorne and Iain Lewers.

    Watch it on our live video stream.

  66. Gold Medal

    Emma McKeon (Australia) - 200m freestyle

    Emma McKeon takes gold, but she had to wring every last drop out of herself under heavy, heavy pressure from English 18-year-old Siobhan-Marie O'Connor who was just a quarter of a second behind.

    It won't be the last we see of O'Connor in major finals.

  67. Swimming

    Halfway point and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor leads Emma McKeon by a sliver. Her advantage is 0.02 seconds.

  68. Swimming

    Right, all that emotion has shoved us well behind schedule.

    The women's 200m freestyle final due to go off at 19:35 BST is next in the pool.

    Australia's Emma McKeon will be attempting to make up for her brother's final length collapse in the 400m freestyle.

    English youngster Siobhan-Marie O'Connor is the likeliest of the home nations swimmers to break up the Fanatics party.

  69. Swimming

    Scotland's Hannah Miley heads to the stands to hug her mother and two brothers. All four have tears in their eyes and I have suddenly developed a contact lens problem myself...

  70. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    The Scotland team celebrate after Hannah Miley wins

    "That win for Hannah will lift the rest of the Scottish swimming team. They will be thinking 'if Hannah can do it, why can't I?' And Hannah is one of the loveliest people in team and makes everyone who is new feel so welcome."

  71. Swimming

    Aimee Willmott speaking to BBC One after winning 400m individual medley silver: "My aim was to sneak under 33 seconds and I had a 32-plus. I just didn't have enough to catch Hannah in the freestyle. My body was screaming and I could hardly get out the pool."

  72. Swimming

    Hannah Miley speaking to BBC One after winning 400m individual medley gold: "It was a great race between me and Aimee. I had to dig deep and we pushed each on to good times.

    "It was fantastic to set a personal best here.

    "The crowd was pretty cool. When I walked out I had my headphones on and it was hard to stay in that bubble and drown out the crowd."

  73. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    Patrick Miley close to tears

    "Watching the reaction of Hannah Miley's father, Patrick, to his daughter's Commonwealth gold enough to reduce most to tears.

    "He's been there for her whole journey, coaching her since she was just a child and this will mean so much to the family."

  74. Swimming

    The Scottish flag is raised

    Hannah Miley steps up to the top step. Most of the crowd are upstanding as she does. Everyone is on their feet as the first strains of the Scottish national anthem fires up.

    Three bars in and Miley's already struggling to keep the tears at bay.

  75. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    Hannah Miley

    "It's great for Hannah Miley, she hit a bit of a plateau with her career and she's answered that. She's swimming to her strengths now which is great. Aimme Willmott has a great future ahead of here as well, and I think she will have a lot more to give in the future."

  76. Swimming Medal Ceremony

    The bagpipes get a squeeze at poolside as a piper in full regalia holds off heat exhaustion to herald the medal ceremony for the 400m individual medley.

    Hannah Miley is going to collect the spoils for a perfectly calibrated racing strategy. The acoustics of swimming pools amplify everything. This version of Flower of Scotland is going to be a loud one.

  77. #bbcglasgow2014

    Backstroke swimmer Lauren Quigley

    Backstroke swimmer Lauren Quigley on Twitter: "Wow, I couldn't be a prouder bestfriend right now. @aimee_willmott with a silver at commies! What a swimmer."

  78. Swimming

    Mark Foster

    BBC Sport swimming expert & ex-CWG champion

    "David McKeon lost that race rather than Ryan Cochrane winning it. The wheels just fell off for McKeon."

  79. Swimming

    Bronze for England's Guy

    There is a sneaky bronze medal for James Guy of England into the mix. Stuck out in lane seven, he came in under the radar to take third ahead of Mack Horton of Australia.

  80. Gold Medal

    Ryan Cochrane (Canada) - 400m freestyle swimming

    An extraordinary turnaround over the final length. Ryan Cochrane was 1.3 seconds down with 100m to go, a second down with 50m to go, but he zoomed past David McKeon as the lactic bit on the Australian.

  81. Swimming

    Australia's David McKeon turns for home with a comfortable lead. Surely it is enough to hold off Ryan Cochrane?

  82. Gold medal

    Louise Renicks (Scotland) - women's 52kg judo

    It is two gold medals for the Renicks sisters after Louise beats England's Kelly Edwards in the 52kg category. Earlier Kimberley Renicks had claimed Scotland's first gold in the 48kg category.

    Northern Ireland secured a first bronze medal of the Games as Lisa Kearney, who fights out of Edinburgh, beat Canada's Audree Francis-Methot.

  83. Swimming

    Australia's David McKeon turns first at 150m with England's James Guy and fellow Aussie Mack Horton in pursuit in the 400m freestyle final.

  84. Get involved

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    Scott Nicoll: GOLD! Always believin'- well done Hannah Miley. Like a torpedo!

    Robert Clark: Well done @HannahMiley89 - the golds keeps on coming for Scotland!

    Caron Lindsay: Can't quite believe how much I was affected by that. Brilliant from @HannahMiley89! #getthetissues.

  85. Swimming

    Next up in the pool is the men's 400m freestyle.

    Canada's Ryan Cochrane is the defending champion while Robbie Renwick will be the likeliest Scot to steal gold.

  86. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    "It was absolutely breathtaking. What a stunning swim from Hannah."

  87. Gold Medal

    Hannah Miley (Scotland) - 400m individual medley

    Hannah Miley celebrates

    A stunning final 100m from Hannah Miley, who keeps enough in reserve to hoover up England's Aimee Willmott. The home crowd scream her all the way home. Scotland have the start they wanted on the Games' first evening in the pool.

    Four minutes 31.76 seconds is a new Games record.

  88. Swimming

    Hannah Miley goes clear!

  89. Swimming

    Aimee Willmott turns 0.92 seconds clear. One hundred metres of crawl to decide it.

  90. Swimming

    Halfway point and Aimee Willmott has put in a lot over the 100m of backstroke. She turns almost a whole second ahead of Hannah Miley and inside world record pace.

    But breaststroke is more to Miley's liking. And she is pegging her English rival back.

  91. Swimming

    Scotland's Hannah Miley emerges into a cauldron of noise. Aimee Willmott looks a little overwhelmed by the reception, waving meekly at the television camera.

    They hit the water to commence hostilities. Butterfly first up.

  92. Post update

    Hannah Miley
  93. #bbcglasgow2014

    Michelle Krupa: Swim in Tollcross regularly, amazing that its a Commonwealth venue! It looks brilliant! Will be bouncing.

    Jon Cook: It looks like we're in for a great night at the pool tonight, should be some cracking races. the atmosphere sounds electric.

  94. Swimming

    Hannah Miley won the 400m individual medley crown in Delhi four years ago, finishing well ahead of England's Aimee Willmott in fifth.

    Since then the gap between them has closed.

    Wilmott, now 21, has developed into a world-class swimmer and posted some swift times.

    Toss a coin. It is that sort of race.

  95. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    "I thought Hannah Miley just wanted to get the job done in her race this morning. She did what she had to do, eased off towards the end and saved her energy, because it's all about tonight."

  96. Swimming

    The swimming programme has been delayed slightly. The first final - the women's individual medley over 400m - featuring Hannah Miley of Scotland and Aimee Willmott of England - is due to hit the water about now.

    The swimmers are yet to appear poolside.

  97. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "It is a baking hot evening here in Tollcross. As swimming pools go this is simply scorching and I'm expecting the temperature to crank up a few notches in the next 90 minutes as home nation swimmers battle it out for the first medals in the pool of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    "The crowd is now finally filtering into the venue after delays entering the venue - they're excited and so they should be, an awesome night of action in prospect."

  98. Post update

    #71club - number four (Vincent Onyango - Kenya)

    BBC Sport's Ollie Williams is attempting to interview an athlete from all 71 nations and territories participating in the Commonwealth Games to create the 71 Club (#71club).

    Vincent Onyango became a surprise, bonus member of the #71club when he was fished out early in this afternoon's men's triathlon.

    The Kenyan said he had never before raced in a major triathlon, only duathlons. He was picked out of the water when his attempt to breaststroke his way around the course failed.

    "I was hoping I could somehow survive on the swim. My freestyle is still worse than my breaststroke," said Vincent. "Swimming is something I need to work on."

  99. #bbcglasgow2014

    Clare Balding

    BBC Sport presenter

    Clare Balding and Mark Foster in similar shirts.

    "Oh dear. @MarkFosterSwim and I forgot to consult before we dressed for work"

  100. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert Rebecca Adlington in place for commentary duties ahead of all tonight's action.

  101. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "Great head-to-head home nation prospects tonight - seven of the eight finalists in the men's 200m breaststroke all from England (three) Wales (one) or the hosts Scotland (three).

    "Ross Murdoch was the quickest qualifier but Michael Jamieson is the Olympic silver medallist and a big crowd favourite.

    "Women's 400m individual medley also of great interest, will it be Scotland's Hannah Miley or England's Aimee Willmott?

    "Miley set a new Games record in the heats, but a quick twitter pole put Wilmott on top."

  102. Hockey

    England's men are taking on Trinidad and Tobago in their first match of the hockey group stages. Watch it on our video streams. England women beat Wales 2-0 earlier today.

  103. Post update

    Ashley McKenzie

    That backstory that Ashley McKenzie alludes to is an interesting one.

    He went to a special school to help with his Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and suffered from a number of health problems, wearing a hearing aid, battling asthma, eczema and the after-effects of a heart operation at 18 months old.

    He was also in a few scrapes with the law as an adolescent before, in his own words, judo saved him.

  104. Swimming

    Rebecca Adlington

    Four-time Olympic medallist and BBC Sport swimming expert

    "For all the swimmers here this is their major meet of the season unlike perhaps the track and field athletes who have other events. And of course it's even more special so for the Scottish swimmers."

  105. Swimming

    "The biggest race of my life"

    Scotland swimmer and 2012 Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson, speaking to BBC One ahead of the 200m breaststroke final at 21:01:

    "London is done and dusted and I have got great memories of that. This year I had the world record time on my alarm clock every morning - that is my target and I hope to get there this week.

    "Everything is done, now it's all psychological. I'm trying to stay as relaxed as possible and remember that I am here because I love my sport, but the nerves are starting to build. This is the biggest race of my life.

    Michael Jamieson

    "And this is at home, where things started. With all the support we have had I feel this is not just a goal for me but everybody who has lent their support in my development."

  106. Judo

    England's Ashley McKenzie speaking to BBC Three after winning -60kg gold: "I'm just so chuffed all my hard work has paid off and hopefully I will be able to perform like that in major championships in the future. The technical problems were a little disruptive, but I kept my focus.

    "Everyone has their own story I guess that mine is a little more interesting than most, but I want to be a role model for those kids with problems. We've all got problems."

  107. Post update

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Keith Brownlee on Radio 5 live

    Radio 5 live on Twitter: Keith, Alistair Brownlee and Jonny Brownlee's dad, talks to Mark Chapman after they win Glasgow 2014 triathlon gold and silver.

  108. Gold Medal

    Ashley McKenzie (England) - -60kg category

    Ashley McKenzie jabs a finger of victory across to his coach as the clock ticks down and out on Navjot Chana's attempts to force his way back into contention.

    Gold is his.

  109. Swimming

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "Tollcross venue staff make an apology to unhappy spectators whose arrival into the building has been delayed by queues at security.

    "However, when they arrive they're likely to want out again - this is genuinely the warmest indoor pool I have ever been in, beating the previous hottest of Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

    "Hopefully it won't bother the swimmers, but a few ex-swimmers are finding it tough..."

  110. Judo

    A hold-up in the crucial final stages of this match as the scoreboard is reset.

    Finally action is resumed and Navjot Chana comes out on the attack to try and land a winning move to snatch victory. McKenzie is content to just grapple, hold and defend. Seventeen seconds to go.

  111. #bbcglasgow2014

    Scotty McTweety: Yesssssss first gold for Scotland, well done Kimberley Renicks!!!

    Jon Henry: Congrats Scotland! Picking up their first gold in Judo!

  112. Judo

    Navjot Chana scores a waza-ari, worth seven points, but England's Ashley McKenzie responds in kind to keep his nose ahead on the scoreboard. A little less than a minute to go...

  113. Track Cycling

    Sir Bradley Wiggins:

    Sir Bradley Wiggins: "It's been a great break from the road and a good start for Rio. Four weeks ago we sat in a room for the first time in six years and wondered how far we can go.

    "We've had limited preparations for this and hopefully will look back in two years with gold medals around our necks thinking this was the starting point in Glasgow.

    "I've said all along the track was always what I was going to go back to. I need to put some muscle on and get stronger. It's going to be two years of graft and we can't underestimate how much work we have ahead to get in the right place for Rio."

  114. Judo

    Ashley McKenzie, who was the first Briton eliminated from London 2012, has the upper hand in this Commonwealth -60kg final. India's Navjot Chana has picked up three warnings from the official. One more mistake and he will be eliminated.

    It is cagey, tactical stuff.

  115. Judo

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "Kimberley Renicks receives a standing ovation from the boisterous home crowd and she can't stop smiling after winning Scotland's first gold with an ippon. Ear-splitting cheers and foot stamping - let the party begin."

  116. Judo

    It is grapple time for England's Ashley McKenzie. Navjot Chana of India is the man that stands between him and -60kg gold.

  117. Judo

    Kimberley Renicks

    Scotland's Kimberley Renicks speaking to BBC Three after winning -48kg gold: "I am so happy. I wanted to set the team off on a great start. It is great to be that first gold. It is unbelievable, hopefully my sister Louise can do the same and we can make it a family double. The crowd just make you believe that you can do it."

  118. Bronze Medal

    John Buchanan (Scotland) - -60kg judo

    John Buchanan reels in another judo medal for Scotland, getting the nod on video review to beat South Africa's Daniel Le Grange in the -60kg category bronze final.

  119. Track Cycling

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "The battle lines have been drawn for Rio with the Australians. There are positives to take, but ground to make up."

  120. Track Cycling

    Over in the velodrome, England's team pursuit quartet are called up onto the top step by the victorious Australians for a post medal ceremony photo.

    Sir Bradley Wiggins raises the weakest sliver of a smile.

  121. Gold Medal

    Kimberley Renicks (Scotland) - under 48kg judo

    Kimberley Renicks

    Kimberley Renicks wins Scotland's first gold medal of the Games, landing a textbook ippon to defeat India's Shushila Likmabam in the final.

    The SECC goes suitably bonkers.

  122. Track Cycling

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "That was the result we expected, but England were right in it. I think Jason Kenny isn't quite at his best at the minute. The guys will be upbeat, though, and probably happy to be on the podium. It will give them some belief going forward."

  123. Track Cycling

    Victoria Pendleton

    Double Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "New Zealand are the best in the world, and did it in a record time as well. It was a flawless performance, straight on the black line. But I think there's more to come from these guys in a British team in the future."

  124. Gold Medal

    New Zealand - Team Sprint

    New Zealand blast their way to victory. England were given a fighting chance by Philip Hindes' powerful first lap, but Kian Emadi was out-gunned by his all-black clad opposite number.

    A new Commonwealth record into the bargain with a time of 43.181 seconds

  125. Track Cycling

    Philip Hines, he of London 2012 wobble and fall, has called in the commissaries to check the starting gate holding his bike.

    Now, finally, we are ready...

  126. Track Cycling

    Edwards Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell and Sam Webster will be the men to beat. The New Zealanders were fastest in qualifying. Their time of 43.254 was almost half a second better than England.

  127. Track Cycling

    Philip Hines will lead the England team out.

    It was Hines who came out of the gate at London 2012 and wobbled over, before causing controversy by suggesting that he had deliberatley fallen to get the race restarted.

    He later corrected himself, saying that he has misunderstood the question, English not being his first language.

    I'm not sure the commissaries will be as sympathetic if he hits the deck again.

  128. Post update

    Action from the opening day of the judo competition at Glasgow 2014
  129. Judo

    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "Scottish sisters Kimberley and Louise Renicks are through to their respective judo finals. The siblings also play rugby and supporting them this evening will be their team-mates, sporting customised 'Team Renicks' T-shirts. They stand out from the crowd. Kimberley is competing in the first final of the evening, which is the -48kg, so we could be hearing the 'Team Renicks' cheers very soon."

  130. Track Cycling

    Time to get back on the bike Team England.

    The team sprint final is next up and the English trio of Jason Kenny, Kian Emadi and Philip Hines will take on the world champion New Zealand team.

  131. Post update

    As Wiggo and his team-mates slope off track, fellow Englanders Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott stand to attention as Jerusalem accompanies their tandem sprint medal ceremony.

    Those are the breaks in major championships. Elation and devastation are neighbours in the athletes village.

  132. #bbcglasgow2014

    Anton Jones: Australia absolutely smashed England there.

    Paul England: My word that was some ride by Australia. They are unbeatable on that form.

    Neel Radia: Australia were just too good.

  133. Track Cycling

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    Sir Bradley Wiggins

    "When Australia were down to three men we thought England might be back in with a chance but that's an incredible performance from Australia. It's sent a message out certainly. England will be disappointed. It's not all about Bradley Wiggins, it's a team effort. It's a silver medal but still a medal nonetheless."

  134. Post update

    Sir Bradley Wiggins heads into the Australia ranks to congratulate the victors. He is stony-faced though. He doesn't exactly radiate joy when he is winning the Tour de France or London 2012 gold. When he loses he ticks like a time-bomb.

    The Aussie team came home in a Games record, finishing in 3:54.851. England were outside four minutes.

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  136. Track Cycling

    Victoria Pendleton

    Double Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "You win some you lose some, but there's plenty of competition left. Australia were just better on the day. It's all about peaking for the Olympics and these guys haven't trained together that long."

  137. Gold Medal

    Australia - 4000m team pursuit cycling

    England were behind from the first lap and never looked like getting back into the race.

    Australia maintained their lead despite the loss of Luke Davison a little over halfway. A mighty ride from Jack Bobridge for the Aussies and they lap up the deserved acclaim.

  138. Track Cycling

    Australia have put it all the line and early. Luke Davison drops out, his reserves spent to leave his three team-mates to defend their lead. They are doing a good job. England still well adrift at 3,500m.

  139. Track Cycling

    Fifteen hundred metres and this race is still going against the English quartet. Australia hit 1500m, 1.9 seconds ahead.

  140. Track Cycling

    Ed Clancy leads off England but Australia have gone out hard. The Aussies have a 1.4-second lead after 750m.

  141. Track Cycling

    Sir Bradley Wiggins sits head bowed, a chair away from the rest of the England team and deep in meditation.

    Off into the coliseum. England climb aboard the pain train to cheers from the crowd.

    Beep, beep, beep. Gates open and battle commences.

  142. Weightlifting

    Saj Chowdhury

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "It's fourth time unlucky for England's Jo Calvino, who again missed out on a Commonwealth medal. Her total in the 48kg category was 150kg - only good enough for fifth."

  143. Track Cycling - Team pursuit final

    New Zealand have just ridden down Canada to tie up the bronze medal. Only around half of the scheduled 4,000m ridden before the black-clad Kiwi squad hunted down their prey.

    Now the spotlight swings round to England v Australia for gold...

  144. Gold Medal

    Sanjita Khumukcham (India) - women's 48kg weightlifting

    Saj Chowdhury

    BBC Sport in Glasgow

    "In the battle for gold there was an extraordinary finish as India's Saikhom Chanu started celebrating after believing she had performed a clean lift with her final clean and jerk. However, she received two red lights from the judges, and that is a 'no lift' in this sport. She ended up sitting on the floor backstage, upset. So gold went to compatriot Sanjita Khumukcham for a combined total of 173kg.

  145. Track Cycling

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "I think Bradley Wiggins is glad to be in a different scene. The English team will love having him round. He's got to earn his place for Rio, but what a way they would be to finish his career in track cycling with a gold at the Olympics in 2016. Certainly this is the first big test for this team on the road to Rio."

  146. Track Cycling

    No need for Sir Bradley Wiggins to leave anything out on the track this evening. Slated to appear in the road race and time trial, he has cut his schedule right down to just this one event.

    Is he planning a late season crack at the Vuelta alongside Team Sky colleague and rival Chris Frome? Perhaps. Those questions can wait for another day. Now it is all about the pine.

  147. Track Cycling - Team Pursuit

    Slap! What was that?

    That, my friends, was the sound of the gauntlet being thrown down in this lunchtime's qualifying runs.

    Australia qualified 1.3 seconds faster than the English quartet.

  148. Track Cycling

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion and BBC Sport cycling expert

    "Anna Meares is one of the most driven athletes you will ever see and you have to take your hat off to her. She has prepared hard for this event. Jess Varnish had a tough time at London 2012 so it's great to see her on the podium here with a bronze."