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Michael Emons and Mike Henson

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  1. Thank you, Glasgow

    Thank you Glasgow

    Unfortunately all great parties have to end at some time. And that time is now. The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has been fantastic, but now it is over.

    The baton has now been passed on to Gold Coast in Australia. The standard has been set, this is going to take some beating.

    And that's also a goodbye from me. Thank you for joining us and for all of your comments and interaction. We hope you have enjoyed BBC Sport's coverage of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    All that's left is for me to point you in the direction of the Commonwealth Games index, where you will see all the stories and best clips for your enjoyment. Goodbye.

  2. Post update

    Medal table

    So this is how the medal table finished. Both England and Scotland won more gold medals and more medals overall than they had done at any previous Games. Wales also picked up more medals than ever before.

  3. Day 11 round-up

    Road cycling

    Which all brings us on to today, the final day of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    England were pipped for bronze in netball, but won the same colour medal in men's hockey. Peter Kennaugh made an attempt to lead from the front in the men's cycling road race before being caught at about 120km. Wales's Geraint Thomas was the man celebrating at the end as he won the fifth gold medal for his country.

    Lizzie Armitstead

    England's Lizzie Armitstead won the women's race. She said: "It's been fantastic, I've been so used to silvers so it's great to get a gold. Today was a fantastic platform for us to show what women's cycling is all about."

    Nick Matthew missed out on a second squash gold medal, losing in the men's doubles final.

  4. Day 10 round-up

    Quotes of the Day

    "I'm always here to have fun," said Usain Bolt, part of Jamaica's gold-medal winning 4x100m relay team. "It was just wonderful, although this new thing of selfies is taking up time.

    "I came out here to do my best, and this is my first race back from injury so I'm very happy."

  5. Most successful athletes

    Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria, athletics)

    Blessing Okagbare
  6. Day 10 round-up


    It was a great day for England in the boxing ring.

    Nicola Adams (R) of England celebrates winning the gold medal against Michaela Walsh of Northern Ireland

    They won five golds (Welterweight Scott Fitzgerald, middleweight Anthony Fowler, super-heavyweight Joe Joyce, Nicola Adams flyweight and Savannah Marshall middleweight).

    Meanwhile, Scotland won two golds (Charlie Flynn (lightweight) and Josh Taylor (light-welterweight) with Northern Ireland picking up another two (Paddy Barnes light-flyweight and Michael Conlan Bantamweight).

  7. Athletics

    Steve Cram

    BBC Sport athletics commentator

    "There are people for whom this serious business. Usain Bolt is at a part of his career where it is about giving something back. He didn't have to come but he knows what he is in world sport. I hope it has refreshed his desire to still be a part of our sport."

  8. Day 10 round-up


    Usain Bolt brought the Commonwealth Games athletics to a fitting finale in Glasgow as he anchored Jamaica to 4x100m relay gold and then partied with the thrilled Hampden crowd.

    Usain Bolt

    Bolt took the baton for the final leg level with England's Danny Talbot and, despite it being only his second competitive outing of the season, accelerated away in classic style as Talbot hung on for silver.

  9. Day 10 round-up


    Usain Bolt, Nicola Adams and Tom Daley won Commonwealth gold on a pulsating penultimate day of Glasgow 2014, as England ensured they will finish top of the medal table.

  10. Team England hit medal target

    England won more golds than Manchester 12 years ago and topped the medal table for the first time since 1986, the last time the Games were staged in Scotland.

    Team England chef de mission Jan Paterson said: "Our aspiration was to put ourself back up the medal table, which we've done, and we are delighted with the style that we've done it.

    "I am immensely proud of Team England, to come back after a disappointing time at the Dehli 2010 Commonwealth Games has been fantastic. We smashed our target.

    "The average age of our athletes is 24 years old, so to have a young group that is well experienced should mean the future is bright for us."

  11. 'Bodes well for the future'

    Louise Hazel

    BBC Sport athletics expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I'm really proud of how the home nations have performed and how we have pulled off hosting a major event, and it bodes well for the future."

  12. Champagne Moment

    Day nine round-up

    Other headlines on day nine included:

    Athletics - Australia's Sally Pearson wins hurdles gold; Lewis wins pole vault gold for England

    Gymnastics - Claudia Fragapane wins fourth gold; Wilson and Purvis also win

    Bowls - Scotland win golds in men's singles and fours

  13. Post update

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It was a fitting end to a wonderful Games."

  14. Most successful athletes

    Table tennis

    Tianwei Feng

    As well as being part of the successful women's team and doubles champions, Tianwei Feng also won gold in the women's singles.

  15. Day nine round-up


    Lynsey Sharp

    One of the most emotional moments came on day nine from Scotland's Lynsey Sharp, who claimed silver in the women's 800m.

    She had been on a hospital drip earlier that day after struggling with illness. At the closing ceremony, she told BBC Sport: "It's not sunk in yet, I've hardly spent any time on my own over the last 48 hours

    "I remember before the games, a taxi driver said to me 'if you win a medal, it will change your life forever'. These Games have brought so much happiness and fun to the city."

  16. Day nine round-up


    Daley has had a great Games himself. On day nine he and team-mate James Denny won silver in the 10m event, while Jack Laugher and Chris Mears took 3m gold. Daley then went on to win 10m platform gold on day 10.

    Tom Daley
  17. Post update

    The party continues

    Tom Daley

    Tom Daley is enjoying himself at the closing ceremony. England's diving gold medal winner said: "The whole Games has been amazing, and so friendly. It's nice to retain my title, but it's also been great seeing the younger divers coming through."

    A great meteorological sound-bite from Kirani James, Grenada's 400m track gold medallist. "It's been an amazing experience. Scotland showed itself as true fans of athletics, and of the Commonwealth Games.

    "Of course, you can't control the weather, you just have to deal with it. To be honest, the crowd cancel out the weather with the warmth of their support."

  18. Top 20 clips of the Games

    The most popular video clips from throughout the Games are..

    1. 41-shot rally in men's team table tennis. Watch the clip here.

    2. Malaysian diver Ahmad Azman 'falls flat on face'. Watch the clip here.

    3. Barry McGuigan gaffe has Gary Lineker in stitches. Watch the clip here.

    4. Grant Nel scores zero for dive after landing on back. Watch the clip here.

    5. Awkward early entrance for England netballer. Watch the clip here.

    And finally... Usain Bolt dances to Proclaimers hit. Watch the clip here.

  19. Day eight round-up


    Baroness Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "My moment of the Games has to be Dave Weir winning. He just made it look so easy. He is in the shape of his life. We have the European Championships in three weeks and we are expecting big things from him."

    David Weir

    Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir put in a majestic display to win his first Commonwealth Games gold medal in the men's T54 1500m.

    The Englishman, 35, powered clear on the back straight to win in three minutes 21.67 seconds.

  20. Day eight - round-up

    Quotes of the Day

    "I came off that line and my legs were gone, they were gone at that finishing line. I couldn't give any more. That's one of my best moments ever."

    Scotland's Eilidh Child after finishing second in the Commonwealth Games 400m hurdles.

    The 27-year-old Scot, who was eclipsed by race favourite Kaliese Spencer, won a silver medal.

  21. Most successful athletes

    Claudia Fragapane and Max Whitlock (England, gymnastics)

    Claudia Fragapane and Max Whitlock
  22. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Kylie Minogue

    Scottish swimmer Caitlin McClatchey: Kylie!!! #closingceremony #Glasgow2014 #GoldCoast2018

    Scottish rhythmic gymnast Rebecca Bee: "I want to be Kylie! So lucky to get right to the front with my team :)"

  23. Day seven round-up

    I don't believe it

    David Katoatau

    David Katoatau is always going to be a hero in Kiribati, a tiny group of islands approximately 2,000 miles north east of Australia.

    His nation had never been on the podium, but his victory in the 105kg weightlifting competition saw him achieve that landmark. And he celebrated in style, by showing off his dancing moves. Good feet for a big man.

  24. Top 20 clips of the Games

    Some more video clips to enjoy

    6. Usain Bolt's tongue-in-cheek rant at Gabby Logan. Watch the clip here.

    7. Commonwealth Games moments: Jason Statham dives in 1990. Watch the clip here.

    8. Uganda's Mike Sekabembe lands 'double punch'. Watch the clip here.

    9. Nigerian triple jumper collides with officials. Watch the clip here.

    10. Usain Bolt wins Glasgow 2014 4x100m relay gold with Jamaica. Watch the clip here.

  25. Day seven round-up


    Greg Rutherford added Commonwealth long jump gold to his Olympic title on a strong day for England at Glasgow 2014.

    Greg Rutherford

    Rutherford, who won silver in Delhi four years ago, had an epidural injection in the build-up to make it to qualifying after pulling out of the Diamond League event here with injury.

    But after his first round 8.12 metres was matched by South Africa's Zarck Visser, his championship pedigree told as he produced a third round 8.20m to snatch a lead that none of his rivals could threaten.

  26. Day seven round-up


    Claudia Fragapane (Gold Medal) is kissed by compatriots Ruby Harrold (Silver Medal) and Hannah Whelan (Bronze Medal)

    Claudia Fragapane leads an England 1-2-3 in the women's all-around gymnastics. A remarkable performance from the 16-year-old.

    She scored 14.733 to win gold with a total of 56.132, just ahead of Ruby Harrold (55.232) and Hannah Whelan (54.699). Tears of joy all round in the England camp.

  27. Change of outfit for Kylie

    Kylie Minogue

    "I'm pretty sure there's a few lovers in the audience tonight." Kylie gets to the point. She has now changed out of the 'saucy basque' (see 22:17) and is now wearing a short white skirt.

    Can't Get You Out of My Head, one of her best known classics, is thrilling the crowd now.

  28. Day six round-up


    There were even more swimming golds for British swimmers on day six, including for England's Ben Proud and Wales' Georgia Davies.

  29. The view from Down Under

    A banner at the closing ceremony

    Quentin Hull, of ABC Radio in Australia, tells BBC Radio 5 live's Mark Pougatch about how the games have gone down with the 2018 host nation.

    "Its been judged as a pretty good games, we knew the strength of the home nations would be pretty good after London 2012. You have pumped a lot of money into sport like we did around Sydney 2000.

    "But you've been wonderful hosts, as ever - two years ago it was magnificent in London and Glasgow has been the same, as it needed to be after the shambles of Delhi."

    It's early Monday morning in Australia. Are they 'doing the Locomotion' too? Let's hope so.

  30. Do the Locomotion

    We have seen a host of records fall during this Commonwealth Games. We may have just witnessed another. I don't believe there has ever been as many athletes 'doing the Locomotion' as Kylie sings loudly. Another proud moment for the Games there.

  31. Day six round-up


    Andrew Osagie

    There was a bit of argy-bargy during the men's 800m as England's Andrew Osagie and Joe Thomas of Wales had a few cross words at the end of the third heat after the pair collide while desperately trying to grab the third qualifying place.

    Osagie, who ended up on the track just after crossing the line and finishing third, ahead of Thomas in fourth, tells BBC One that he didn't do anything wrong.

    "He shouted at me at the end saying 'what was I doing', but I was running as straight as I can," says Osagie. "There wasn't a gap there. A similar thing happened to me in the trials and that's why I had a problem with my hamstring as I got caught a couple of times then."

    The stewards don't agree. Osagie is thrown out of the competition.

  32. Day six round-up

    I don't believe it

    Greg Rutherford

    Nothing was going to come between Commonwealth and Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford and his fans in Glasgow - not even the stewards!

    Rutherford went as far as dodging the best efforts of an official to usher him away in his attempts to "give back a little bit" back to supporters by signing autographs and posing for photos with them after qualifying for the final.

    Among the lucky ones to secure a selfie with him after he had clinched his latest gold was Kirsty Anderson: "Gold for our boy, well deserved #gregrutherford #2014athletics #teamengland"

  33. #bbcglasgow2014


    Ian Thorpe and Chris Hoy

    What do you get when you cross the Commonwealth Games with a selfie? The answer, of course, is the #commonwelfie - the social media craze that swept Glasgow.

    Perhaps the best of all was delivered by none other than Sir Chris Hoy who teamed up with fellow Commonwealth and Olympic great Ian Thorpe to produce the king of #commonwelfies: "Thanks to @IanThorpe and @Mel_Mclaughlin for having me on your show, great to meet you both! #commonwelfie"

    It was an eventful stay in his native Scotland in the selfie-stakes for Hoy after he and his wife Sarra embarked on an eventful taxi journey: "Stopped at a set of traffic lights and a pedestrian opened the door jumped in and took a selfie."

  34. Post update

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    Kylie Minogue

    BBC Radio 5 live's John Murray asked Victoria about what Kylie is wearing as she struts her stuff at Hampden...

    "I would say its a basque - a corset or a basque, I'm not sure how to differentiate between the two. It's a bit saucy, isn't it?"

  35. Day six round-up


    We mentioned the rise of Claudia Fragapane. Well day six was the start of an incredible Commonwealth Games for her.

    Ruby Harrold, Hannah Whelan, Kelly Sim, Rebecca Downie and Claudia Fragapane of England

    England's women emulated the achievement of their male team-mates by winning gold in the gymnastics team final at the Hydro Arena.

    Rebecca Downie, Fragapane, Ruby Harrold, Hannah Whelan and Kelly Simm held off Australia to win, with Wales putting in a superb display for bronze.

    There was also team gold for England as Louis Smith, Sam Oldham, Kristian Thomas, Max Whitlock and Nile Wilson won the men's title, but Oldham had to go for an MRI scan after falling heavily on his ankle midway through the competition.

    England's team of gold-medal winners
  36. Most successful athletes

    Emma McKeon (Australia, swimming)

    Emma McKeon

    What a Commonwealth Games for Australian swimmer Emma McKeon. The 20-year-old won individual gold in the 200m freestyle, and was part of the gold-medal 4 x 100m freestyle, 4 x 200m freestyle and 4 x 100m medley relay teams. She also won bronze medals in the 100m freestyle and 100m butterfly finals.

  37. Glasgow's 'standout' Games

    Commonwealth Games Federation chief executive Mike Hooper has praised Glasgow 2014 as the "standout Games" in the movement's 84-year history.

    "With the great spread of nations winning medals, the quality of performance from the athletes, the extraordinary success of the home nation, the wonderful crowd support and venues, the superb planning and management by the organising committee and that of the Games' partners, the buzz in the city, the friendliness, a legacy plan in place and the wonderful work of the Clyde-siders, these have been great Games," Hooper said.

    "And in my view, they are the standout Games in the history of the movement."

  38. So that's that

    Before Kylie took to the stage, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex was given a chance to address the crowd. This is what he said: "I call on all the athletes from the countries and territories of the Commonwealth to come together in Gold Coast, Queensland to celebrate the 21st Commonwealth Games in four years' time.

    "Until then, I proclaim the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games closed."

  39. Post update

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    As Kylie belts out "Spinning around", Victoria is reminded of her cha-cha routine to this number on Strictly Come Dancing in 2012...

    "Oh no - I don't have to sing along or dance to this do I?"

  40. Post update

    Baroness Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion and BBC Sport expert on 5 live

    "I went to every closing ceremony I could, its a nice chance to see your mates from other countries. This has been a great party, and even at the opening ceremony I've never seen athletes happier to be there."

  41. Day five round-up


    Men's 100m finish

    Kemar Bailey-Cole came arrowing through the centre of the field from the halfway point to win the showpiece event, the men's 100m. A clear winner, but the eye was drawn to the battle behind him where a stooping Adam Gemili snatched second for England as a perfect response to Michael Johnson's criticism from the previous day.

  42. Kylie is on

    Kylie Minogue

    It is the moment the athletes have been waiting for. As Kylie Minogue gets the crowd dancing.

  43. Day five round-up


    Jazz Carlin

    Jazz Carlin, 23, punches the air as she realises she is Commonwealth champion. New Zealand's Lauren Boyle got silver while Canada's Brittany Maclean was third. It had been a quiet opening four days for Wales, but the Welsh dragon was roaring on day five. Carlin's time was a Games record 8.18.11.

    Elsewhere, Ollie Hynd completed a clean sweep of titles in the SM8 200m category with a superb victory to win England's first Para-swimming gold of Glasgow 2014.

    The 19-year-old who is the Paralympic, World and European champion in the event, clocked two minutes 22.86 seconds.

    Sophie Taylor clinched another gold in the pool for England as the 18-year-old produced a strong finish to win the 100m breaststroke final.

  44. Day five round-up

    Quotes of the Day

    England's Nick Matthew reveals an unusual approach as he wins gold in the men's singles squash competition.

    "My coach told me just to hack it to the back, to resort to old-fashioned caveman squash, and that's what I did," said Matthew, while thumping his hands against his chest and eating a raw piece of meat.

  45. Day five round-up


    Nick Matthew

    Nick Matthew won an all-English final as he beat James Willstrop in the men's singles squash final.

  46. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    David Dixon Award winner and Commonwealth rhythmic gymnastics gold medallist Francesca Jones: "Feel like the luckiest girl alive this week. Unimaginable #honoured"

  47. Post update

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I've been to Gold Coast, it's lovely and I would definitely recommend it."

    I bet travel agents are going to be doing a roaring trade to that part of Australia soon.

  48. Badminton

    Gail Emms

    BBC Sport badminton expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I loved closing ceremonies, it's that release because you've had all the nerves and being in training camps, but then you can drown your sorrows and party."

  49. Most successful athletes


    Cate and Bronte Campbell

    With all of this talk of Australia, let's highlight two of their best performers - and they came from the same family.

    Cate and Bronte Campbell won eight medals between them, with Cate collecting three golds, one more than sister Bronte.

    In the women's 100m freestyle final on Monday, Cate won gold and Bronte claimed silver. But there was no animosity or jealousy.

    Instead the siblings were screaming in celebration together and holding hands at the end. Definitely one for the Campbell family album.

    Cate and Bronte Campbell
  50. Pearson extends an invitation

    Back at Hampden Park... Australia's Sally Pearson, reigning women's Commonwealth 100m hurdles champion says: "The Gold Coast is where I live and train and in 2018 it will provide athletes and spectators with world-class sporting and recreational facilities.

    "Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Gold Coast and Queensland, friends will be made, records will be broken so come on down. It's where Australia shines."

  51. Day five round-up


    Dan Greaves

    England's Dan Greaves showed his strength to become men's F42/44 discus champion after throwing a best of 59.21m in the third round.

    Later on the track, Libby Clegg won Scotland's first athletics gold with a season's best time of 12.20 seconds in the Para-sport T11/12 100m.

    Libby Clegg
  52. Glasgow 2014 on BBC Radio 5 live

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Here's a selection of the best from BBC Radio 5 live during the Games:

    England netball

    England lost to New Zealand in the last second of the netball semi-final, and Tracy Neville, sister of footballers Gary & Phil, could not hide her frustration at the result.

    Scotland's Charlie Flynn, a 20-year-old postman, won boxing gold in the lightweight category and was in exuberant form afterwards.

    Laura Weightman won silver in the 1500m, and her mum told BBC Radio 5 live her athlete daughter is more than a bit partial to battered sausage and chips.

    Lynsey Sharp's silver in the 800m was one of the most emotional moments of the games, and she revealed how surgery, plus sickness the night before the final were not going to stop her.

  53. Top 20 clips of the Games

    Here are some more of those great video clips to watch

    11. Usain Bolt guides Jamaica into Glasgow 2014 4x100m final. Watch the clip here.

    12. Andrew Osagie disqualified from men's 800m. Watch the clip here.

    13. 'Extraordinary' 59-shot rally in badminton final. Watch the clip here.

    14. Adam Gemili claims men's 100m silver. Watch the clip here.

    15. Claudia Fragapane makes it four gold medals. Watch the clip here.

  54. #bbcglasgow2014

    Euan Barton

    BBC reporter Lee McKenzie: "Don't even try this unless you've won a gold!#@Euan_Burton: May the force be with you!!"

  55. Glasgow 2014 in numbers

    Almost 3.5m people passed through the city's Central Station

    More than 50,000 cuddly Clyde Mascots were sold

    1.2m tickets were sold

    171,000 people attended the Rugby Sevens - a record for the sport

    15,000 Clydesiders volunteered at the Games

  56. Post update

    Jessica Mauboy

    Australian singer Jessica Mauboy: "On behalf of my people - the Kuku Yalanji from the North Queensland, and on behalf of all Australians, I say Jingeri - which means G'day and Welcome to Yagambeh - Aboriginal language of the Gold Coast.

    "Here in Glasgow the sun is setting on these games. But 16,000 kilometres away on the other side of the world, the sun is rising on one of the world's most beautiful coastlines. It's a place where you can feel the sun on your face and the breeze at your back, where the sounds of the ocean and the scent of the rainforest merge.

    "A city of sandcastles and skyscrapers, where the surf meets the sky you'll find the Gold Coast, Queensland."

    To be fair, it does sound great.

  57. Everyone loves the Gold Coast

    The tourist board for the Gold Coast must be loving what is going on at the moment. A host of residents have appeared, one by one, saying how much they love their home.

    The line that gets me is 'they have 300 days of sunshine'. That's just showing off. Glasgow had about three sunny days during the event.

  58. Day five round-up

    Quotes of the day

    England's Nick Matthew reveals an unusual approach as he wins gold in the men's singles squash competition.

    "My coach told me just to hack it to the back, to resort to old-fashioned caveman squash, and that's what I did," said Matthew, while thumping his hands against his chest and eating a raw piece of meat.

  59. Day five round-up


    Nick Matthew wins an all-English final as he beats James Willstrop in the men's singles squash final.

  60. #bbcglasgow2014

    Hampden Park

    Glasgow 2014: "The flag of @thecgf is lowered and passed onto @gc2018 before they perform their Handover Ceremony. #2014Ceremony"

  61. Day five round-up


    When Scotland were awarded the Games, the target was to win more medals than ever before.

    Well, the duo of Paul Foster and Alex Marshall won the bowls pairs event to win a record-breaking 12th gold medal for Scotland.

    It meant Scotland had now won more gold medals at Glasgow 2014 than they had done at any previous Commonwealth Games.

  62. Kylie is coming soon

    Kylie Minogue

    Australian singer Kylie Minogue will be performing soon. Don't miss out. Live coverage is on BBC One now, or just hit the live coverage tab.

  63. 'It will be remembered for many years'

    The flag is handed over

    The honourable Jann Stuckey, Queensland Minister for the Commonwealth Games, is now on the microphone. She says: "Thank you Glasgow for taking us into your homes and your hearts and making us feel so welcome. In the last 11 days, we have experienced more energy, more excitement and a depth and warmth of friendliness like never before.

    "Congratulations on delivering a Commonwealth Games that epitomises the soul of sport. Congratulations to the athletes, the officials and the volunteers - you collectively paved the way to deliver an event to be remembered for many years to come.

    "On behalf of the people of City of Gold Coast in the state of Queensland, Australia, we accept with the greatest pride the responsibility of staging the 21st Commonwealth Games in 2018. We will aim to emulate your outstanding success."

    The ceremonial flag is now handed over to Gold Coast officials. The event will be held in Australia in four years' time.

  64. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Gymnast Rachel Smith: "@Jonsey90 (Frankie Jones) you hero. What a way to end your incredible career, it has been a joy to injure the blood, sweat, tears and happiness together."

    Frankie Jones received the David Dixon Award (see 21:29) earlier tonight.

  65. Day five round-up

    I don't believe it

    Australia to Scotland is an awful long way. If you have travelled from down under then you want to put in a good showing. What you definitely don't want to do, is what 20-year-old Jake Stein did.

    Jake Stein

    Two false starts in the first event of the decathlon, the 100m, saw him disqualified from that race, therefore scoring no points and ending his medal hopes before the first starting gun has been fired.

    He was angry at himself and didn't know what to do. He stomped around at the back of the track, sat down in the seats with his head in his hands and then had to go back to his starting blocks when he was formally shown the red card.

  66. Could Wales host a future Games?

    Baroness Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I think Wales would bid, the logical thing would be a bid from Cardiff but it would have to a wider bid, a south Wales effort including Swansea and Newport. It could be done, but it would be challenging to find the money."

  67. The #71 Club

    BBC Sport's #71 Club
    Image caption: Meet the Commonwealth Games #71club

    BBC Sport's Ollie Williams pulled together a fascinating collection of stories from all 71 nations and territories at the Games.

    The first member of the #71club was Malaysia's track cyclist Mohd Azizulhasni Awang, who describes himself as "the pocket rocket man."

    The last was Scotland's mountain biker Kerry MacPhee, who says her sporting talent came from herding sheep as a child on the Outer Hebrides island of South Uist.

    Watch a video of Ollie's best moments here

  68. Most successful athletes

    South Africa - rugby sevens

    South Africa

    New Zealand at rugby sevens was like the Brazilian football team of the early 1970s, or the West Indies cricket side later in the same decade - absolutely unbeatable.

    The All Blacks had won the Commonwealth Games gold medal in each of the four times it had been held previously. But this was not their year as they lost 17-12 to South Africa in the final.

  69. Day four round-up

    Quote of the Day

    BBC pundit Michael Johnson was not overly impressed after England's Adam Gemili is the fastest qualifier to move into the final of the men's 100m final.

    "When he runs well, I'd like to see him look a little more like he expects that, not like, 'Oh my god, that was really great,'" says Johnson.

  70. Post update

    Right, the Prince has finished. So let's continue our look back at the highlights. We had reached day four.

  71. 'They have been the peoples' Games

    Commonwealth Games Federation president HRH Prince Imran: "The Commonwealth Games are known as the friendly games. These have been more than that. They have truly been the peoples' Games. Thank you Clyde-siders you have been truly amazing."

  72. Post update

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport's Commonwealth Games reporter on BBC Radio 5 live

    "This a man who knows how to work a crowd, but I wouldn't necessarily disagree with him!"

  73. 'The best Games ever'

    His Royal Highness Prince Imran, the president of the Commonwealth Games, knows how to work a crowd. "Glasgow, it is a job well done," says the prince, which is received by huge cheers from the Hampden Park crowd.

    "You have delivered the best Games ever," he says, before adding the Glasgow slogan, "Pure, dead brilliant."

    Any more of this and he will be carried out on someone's shoulders. The Prince is having a better closing ceremony than opening one, after he struggled to open the Queen's Baton with Her Majesty the Queen watching on.

  74. Day four round-up


    England's Charlotte Kerwood

    England's Charlotte Kerwood won her second gold in the double trap event, adding to her victory the last time the discipline was in the Commonwealth Games in 2006.

    "It feels amazing," she said. "The Commonwealth Games seem to like me and it's a good event to come to. I was relaxed and laughing because I didn't realise that I was five targets ahead and started thinking there was no pressure."

    Countryman Steven Scott then won gold in the men's event.

  75. Another accolade for Jones

    Frankie Jones receives her award

    Frankie Jones's Commonwealth Games has just got even better as she receives the David Dixon Award, handed out to mark one competitor's contribution to her team and a spirit of fair play.

    She won six medals, including one gold, in the rhythmic gymnastics events.

  76. Day four round-up

    Track cycling

    The Commonwealth Games featured a host of Para-sports in Glasgow. Among those celebrating were England's Sophie Thornhill and pilot Helen Scott, who won tandem time trial gold medals.

    Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott

    Elsewhere on the track on day four, England's Laura Trott won gold in the women's points race at the Commonwealth Games despite being laid low with a kidney infection.

  77. Moment of the Games


    Faith Martin: David Weir is such a role model for disabled people like me - believe and you can achieve.

    Kat: Best parts of #Glasgow2014 - integrating para & able body competitions.

    Chris: It was great to see the humility, passion and determination of all the athletes no matter what position they came.

  78. Day four round-up

    Track cycling

    Speaking of incredible stories, Isle of Man cyclist Jonny Bellis has been through a lot, but unfortunately he was denied the opportunity of extending that story as he withdrew from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow because of a knee injury.

    The 25-year-old was selected to compete in the points and scratch races on the track. He tweeted: "Feel like I have let so many people down, but it is out of my control. I am really disappointed."

    Jonny Bellis

    But Bellis's story is an incredible one. He spent a month in a coma after being knocked from a scooter while training abroad in 2009. Doctors feared he would be paralysed, he suffered a stroke and his weight plummeted, but 10 months later he was back racing.

    But there was to be no Hollywood ending for the Manxman.

  79. Day four round-up


    We have seen some great stories during this year's Commonwealth Games. One of the best has come from England's Steven Way, who claimed a 10th-place finish in the men's marathon.

    Seven years ago he could never have imagined that he would be in this position. Weighing more than 16 stone and smoking 20 cigarettes a day, Way decided to change his life.

    Steven Way

    Fast forward to 2014 and Way, now 40, runs up to 140 miles in training each week around his day job in a bank. At one moment he led the race, which was eventually won by Australia's Michael Shelley.

  80. Post update

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's a great show that's been put on, and the athletes can enjoy, kick back, relax and think back to their amazing memories of Glasgow."

  81. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter


    Sarah Davies: "Look who found @TSMstickman #2014ceremony @lulushouts"

    That might not be the last picture Lulu is posing for. She may well be quite busy.

  82. Post update

    Baroness Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion and BBC Sport expert

    Reflecting on the integration of para-sports in the Games: "There's only 20 countries that have sent athletes in the para-events. We need to have a lot more.

    "It's important for the Paralympic movement, we need to make sure we do more over the next four years before the Gold Coast Games, especially for our female athletes."

  83. Here come the bagpipes

    I can't believe it has taken us 15 minutes to hear our first bagpipes being played. And there are hundreds of them. It is a sea of drummers, bagpipers and military officials. Numerous athletes are desperate to get their pictures of the marching band.

  84. Top 20 clips of the Games

    We have 20 great clips of the action online for you to enjoy. We will count down to the best ones throughout the night. Here are numbers 16-20.

    16. 13-year-old Erraid Davies wins swimming bronze. Watch the clip here.

    17. Policemen take a tumble at Commonwealth Games. Watch the clip here.

    18. Queen laughs off Commonwealth Games baton hitch. Watch the clip here.

    19. Kenyan swimmer Steven Miana picks wrong lane. Watch the clip here.

    20. Badminton official hit in the face by shuttlecock. Watch the clip here.

  85. Day four round-up

    Track cycling

    Scotland enjoyed a cycling love-in at the Games as they won a total of five medals in the velodrome.

    Chris Pritchard proposes to his partner

    And the romance extended beyond the track thanks to Chris Pritchard.

    The Scot, 31, got off his bike at the end of the keirin event and climbed into the crowd to propose to girlfriend Amanda Ball.

    The gesture stunned the watching crowd, if perhaps not Amanda herself, who thankfully said "yes."

    "I have been nagging for long enough," she said. "The ring is just like the one I took a picture of and left on the iPad." Lovely.

  86. 'A lot of love'

    There's a lot of love in Hampden Park tonight. And that's not the only time that has been seen at this Commonwealth Games.

  87. Post update

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport's Commonwealth Games reporter on BBC Radio 5 live

    The City Workers enter the stadium

    "The is the strangest, most colourful, noisiest party I've ever seen, and strangely it works."

  88. Day four round-up


    From 60-year-old Mick Gault, to Scotland's 13-year-old swimmer Erraid Davies, whowon bronze in the SB9 100m breaststroke final.

    Erraid Davies

    The Shetlander is Scotland's youngest ever competitor and was the youngest competing in this Commonwealth Games.

    Elsewhere in the pool, Fran Halsall won her second gold of these Games and 10th Commonwealth medal overall, as she won the 50m butterfly after Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, 18, had won the 200m individual medley.

    Scotland's men's 4x200m freestyle team won silver, while Hannah Miley and England's Liam Tancock both added bronze medals to their medal tally.

  89. Day three round-up

    The beauty of the Commonwealth Games is that people of all ages could compete.

    England's Mick Gault won bronze in the 10m air pistol event to win a record-equalling 18th Commonwealth Games medal.

    The 60-year-old from Norfolk retired through illness after Delhi 2010 but came back to try and match the mark set by Australian shooter Phillip Adams, which he achieved in Glasgow. Gault later announced his retirement from the sport later in the week.

  90. 'We're going to do some singing'

    Deacon Blue

    "We're going to do some singing tonight," says the lead singer of Deacon Blue. The Glasgow crowd scream extremely loudly. I had a feeling they would've done so any way.

    A lively start to the closing ceremony and there are smiles all around, as the athletes continue to stream into the arena waving to loved ones.

    Also coming in are 200 members of the Glasgow emergency services, who are also given the chance to enjoy the moment and wave to friends and family.

  91. Most successful athletes

    Patricia Bezzoubenko (Canada, rhythmic gymnastics)

    Patricia Bezzoubenko

    Bezzoubenko claimed individual gold in the hoop, ball, clubs and all-around events, as well as winning a team all-around gold medal. She also claimed a bronze medal in the individual ribbon competition.

  92. Shout

    English athletes party

    Speaking of celebrations, many, many athletes celebrated by shouting. It is then only fitting that Lulu blasts out her best-well known song 'Shout' to get the party started. Athletes are coming into Hampden Park and the party is under way.

  93. Day three round-up


    Englishwoman Zoe Smith won gold in the women's 58kg category in the weightlifting, and then produced one of the best celebrations of the Games, with an excellent back flip.

    Zoe Smith
  94. Closing ceremony

    It is closing ceremony time. We know we will be seeing Kylie Minogue, Deacon Blue and Lulu. What else will Glasgow have in store?

  95. Triathlon

    Triathlon team gold medallist Jonny Brownlee revealed it was a spur of the moment decision by his brother and fellow gold medallist Alistair for them to attend the closing ceremony.

    He tells BBC Sport: "Alistair came for a run and knocked on my front door. He said we should come up for the ceremony. That was only about five hours ago."

  96. Moment of the Games


    Diane Thomson: The Hampden roar and the noise of the crowd supporting athletes in all the venues brought out the best in all the athletes

    Ricky: Ah, Deacon Blue are playing tonight - the prayers of a grateful nation have truly been answered

    Emma Cresswell: Asking us to choose one standout moment is just cruel, far too many to chose from! Great games & respect to all participants

  97. Day three round-up

    Quote of the Day

    English long jumper Greg Rutherford was not overly impressed with some noisy neighbours in the athletes' village. He said: "Our captain is going to have a word and I think it will generally be spoken about. It's not ideal. We'll ask them politely if they can keep it down."

    Rutherford's time in Glasgow would soon get a lot more enjoyable.

  98. Day three round-up


    England's Fran Halsall was the fastest qualifier going into the final of the women's 50m freestyle, and she carried that form into the final to take the gold medal. She recorded the fastest time of the year and a new Commonwealth Games record of 23.96 seconds.

    Fran Halsall
  99. Moment of the Games


    Warren Boore: Greatest performance of the Commonwealth Games has to go to #Glasgow itself .. #brilliant !

    Claire Quigley: Really sad that the games are has been so great & Glasgow has been the best host.

    Mark Clayton: My favourite moment is about to come. Kylie time. On a serious note the whole Commonwealth Games has been brilliant.

    Easy, Mark, pace yourself. Kylie will be coming on soon enough.

  100. Post update

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport's Commonwealth Games reporter

    "Look around the city centre and the regeneration of the East End you see a modern city that is moving on. The one thing that the organisers did not worry about was the welcome from Glaswegians, not just the volunteers but the people all around the city."

  101. 'Everyone is so, so proud'

    Burton has been speaking on BBC One. He says: "It has been nerves, excitement, pride. That has been the over-riding emotion. Everyone is so, so proud to be part of the most successful Scottish Commonwealth Games team ever."

  102. Day three round-up


    There was a gold in the judo for Scotland's Euan Burton, who had carried his country's flag during the opening ceremony, as he claimed victory in the under 100kg category. His success came just after wife Gemma Gibbons, representing England, won a silver in her event.

    GEmma Gibbons

    Gibbons said on Twitter: "The most fantastic and amazing husband who went one better and brought home the gold for our family! #soproud."

    But Burton was not the only Scot celebrating gold. Fellow judoka Sarah Adlington won the women's under 78kg gold and Christopher Sherrington clinched the men's 100kg title.

  103. Day three round-up

    I don't believe it

    Rebecca mentions Usain Bolt, and the fastest man in the world arrived in town on day three - and it was chaos.

    His press conference saw him fielding questions on every strange subject possible from whether he had a kilt to what he thought of the situation in the Middle East and whether he could pose for a 'selfie' later in the day.

    An interview in the Times alleging that he had been less than favourable about the Commonwealth Games then caused controversy, although Bolt denied those allegations, saying the event was great, apart from the rainy, cold weather in Scotland.

    Usain Bolt
  104. Moment of the Games


    Jack: My favourite moment was when Claudia Fragapane won 4 gold medals and I can't believe we topped the medal table.

    Rebecca: Bolt dancing to the Proclaimers and then taking the time to greet the crowd, what a great guy!

    Heather: I've never enjoyed sport so much! Educational, emotional & inspirational. And great fun too.

    Nicola Norris: So proud to be Glaswegian. So many favourite moments. Glasgow rocks.

  105. Day three round-up

    Track cycling

    The event Victoria is talking about is the men's sprint B2 tandem event, which was won by Scotland's Neil Fachie and Craig Maclean.

    Neil Fachie and Craig Maclean

    The Scottish duo claimed their second gold medal as they defeated Australian pair Jason Niblett and Kieran Modra in the final.

  106. Moment of the Games

    Victoria Pendleton

    BBC Sport cycling expert on BBC Radio 5 live

    "The parasport tandems being included for the first time, to see the enthusiasm in the velodrome to support an event that had never been in the Commonwealth Games was fantastic."

  107. Most successful athletes

    Sam Webster (New Zealand, track cycling)

    Sam Webster

    New Zealand's Sam Webster won a medal in each of the three track cycling events he entered. He helped his country to team sprint gold on the opening day of competition and then defeated England's Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny in the sprint final on Friday. Webster then ended his Games with a silver medal in the keirin final.

  108. Day two round-up

    Track cycling

    "Needed to be suited and booted to give out medals today. Forgot cufflinks. Here's the solution. Pretty snazzy huh?"

    Chris Hoy cufflinks

    Sir Chris Hoy reveals his way of unique way of looking sharp.

  109. Day two round-up


    There was even more success for England and Scotland in the judo competitions on day two. Sarah Clark of Scotland won the under 63kg final, before English trio Danny Williams (under 73kg, pictured), Megan Fletcher (under 70kg) and Owen Livesey (under 81kg) all had spells on the top step of the medal podium.

    Danny Williams
  110. An honour to carry flag - Richardson-Walsh

    Kate Richardson-Walsh

    England women's hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh on the honour of carrying her nation's flag at the closing ceremony.

    "I'm emotional, as always. It's such an honour, particularly because the whole of Team England has performed so well, it adds an extra bit of pride," said Richardson-Walsh, whose hockey team won silver after a dramatic penalty shootout loss to Australia on Saturday.

    "I'm just really excited and hoping that I don't trip over!"

    Team England chef de mission Jan Paterson added: "Kate has brought home four medals from four Commonwealth Games, she is a fantastic role model for the team and it was a team vote that decided she would be the flag bearer."

    Richardson-Walsh will be in action later tonight. The closing ceremony begins at 21:00 BST.

  111. Best features

    Bowls at Glasgow 2014

    Here are some of the best features from our team in Glasgow:

    Bowls and Iggy Pop collided in the most unlikely way at Glasgow 2014. Read more

    What's it like to be Usain Bolt? Read more

    Taoriba Biniati - the boxer who had never been in the ring before Glasgow 2014. Read more

  112. Day two round-up

    I don't believe it

    We don't know what Alex Salmond thought of his fellow countryman Gavin Rumgay, but it certainly made the rest of us laugh.

    Nine-time national table tennis champion Gavin Rumgay decided to give himself a 'wedgie' and then dance around the table like the third member of The Proclaimers after fighting back from two games down to beat Canada's Pierre-Luc Theriault.

    Scotland's Gavin Rumgay

    While the home crowd lapped up the 29-year-old's antics, the officials were not as amused - reprimanding him like a naughty schoolboy.

    "I'm just in the zone and it happened. I got a warning and a yellow, but it's a funny yellow card," he said.

  113. Rhythmic Gymnastics

    Wales legend Jones will be back - as a coach

    Frankie Jones bowed out on a high, claiming a gold and five silver medals in her final competition before retirement. The Welsh rhythmic gymnast isn't done with the Commonwealth Games, however.

    The 23-year-old spoke to the BBC at Hampden Park before the closing ceremony: "It's been an incredible experience, the best thing I've done in my sporting career. It's the last competition for me as an athlete but I hope to be involved in future Commonwealth Games as a coach."

  114. Get involved using #bbcglasgow2014

    Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond: "Commonwealth Games have been a gold medal performance by organisers, athletes and volunteers. #bestgamesever"

  115. Day two round-up

    Track cycling

    Paralympic champion Neil Fachie was the hot favourite to triumph alongside Craig MacLean, and the Scottish pair met that expectation with ease, winning gold in the B2 1,000m time trial.

    Joanna Rowsell

    Soon afterwards, England's Joanna Rowsell was celebrating. The 25-year-old, who won an Olympic gold in the women's team pursuit, came to Glasgow as the world champion.

    Now she can add the Commonwealth title to that after beating Australia's Annette Edmondson in the final of the 3,000m individual pursuit.

  116. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Commonwealth Games England: "We are in the stadium and it looks amazing. Everyone is super pumped! #ClosingCeremony #TeamEngland"

    Hampden Park
  117. Day two round-up


    Murdoch was not the only Scottish swimmer to make a name for himself.

    Scotland's Daniel Wallace was a gold medallist on day two and pretended he was William Wallace after shouting "for freedom" after winning gold in the men's 400m individual medley.

    Daniel Wallace

    Apparently he had been watching Braveheart staring Mel Gibson a little bit too closely just before his final.

    Elsewhere, England's Chris Walker-Hebborn smashed the Games record to take the victory in the 100m backstroke, while countryman Liam Tancock finished third to win his eighth medal Commonwealth Games medal.

    There was another Englishman celebrating as Ben Proud won the men's 400m individual medley, winning in a new British record time.

  118. Swimming

    Back to work for Scotland swimmer Murdoch

    Ross Murdoch

    We mentioned Ross Murdoch and he has been talking to BBC One, and it's straight back to work for Scotland's gold-medal winner in the men's 200m breaststroke. He says: "The last couple of weeks have been life-changing for me and such a privilege to be here.

    "A massive shout out to the Scottish fans, they've been amazing. I've been back to Stirling training again since the swimming competition finished here. I've got the Europeans in a couple of weeks so I've got to keep working. I'm looking forward to the closing ceremony."

  119. Day two round-up

    Rhythmic gymnastics

    One of the athletes featured on BBC One was Francesca Jones, who was one of the stars in the gymnastics. Her and team-mate Laura Halford helped the Welsh to second place in the team final.

    Francesca Jones

    An emotional Jones (pictured) also won silver in the individual all-around competition and would go on to win a total of six medals at the Games.

    "It means everything," said Jones. "The sole focus for two years has been this. It's been such a long road. To get the results we've done I cant even put it into words."

  120. Great gymnasts

    BBC One is featuring the exploits of the English, Welsh and Scottish gymnasts.

  121. Moment of the Games

    Baroness Grey-Thompson

    11-time Paralympic champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Swimmer Jazz Carlin's medal ceremony, when she burst into tears, that set me off. And cyclist Geraint Thomas today - when he got his puncture I can't repeat what I said! But I'm so pleased for him, he's such a team player."

    Listen to Radio 5 live by clicking here

  122. Glasgow 2014 on BBC Sport Online

    Have you been inspired by Brownlee, or any of the other competitors in Glasgow. What sport are you made for? Take our 60-second test.

    And to find out how to get involved in sport, check out our Get Inspired section for details on finding clubs, tips and hints to improve and more inspirational stories.

  123. Most successful athletes

    Alistair Brownlee (Triathlon)

    Alistair Brownlee

    The triathlon was without a doubt one of the toughest events at this year's Commonwealth Games. In the individual competition, England's Alistair Brownlee finished in front of brother Jonny at the end of the event, which included a 1500m swim a 40km cycle ride and then a 10km run.

    He won individual gold on Thursday, 24 July and then recovered enough to help his country to success in the mixed team relay final two days later. On that occasion his role included a 250m swim, a 6km cycle ride and a 1600m run.

  124. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Bronze-medal winning English heptathlete Jess Taylor: "And it's closing ceremony time! WOOHOOO!! #celebrations #pileInAtent #england #closingceremony"

    Jess Taylor
  125. Get involved


    What is your moment of the Games? Let us know on Twitter, using #bbcglasgow2014 text us on 81111 or get involved via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  126. Hoy surprised at Scottish success

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion on BBC One

    "Did I expect this level of Scottish success so soon (after their record medal haul)? No. It is down to the planning, the preparation and the athletes. The team did incredibly well. Everywhere you looked there seemed to be Scots on the on the podium. The Scottish Commonwealth bosses were optimistic but they didn't expect it to happen so soon."

  127. Post update

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic champion on BBC One

    Picking his highlights of the Games: "What a show Glasgow has put on. Choosing my favourite moment is hard because there have been so many. To hear Flower of Scotland played in the velodrome for the first time was amazing. We've seen stars of the future emerging and some excellent performances."

  128. Closing ceremony coming up

    Crazy scenes backstage at Hampden Park as the athletes prepare to make their entrance for the closing ceremony. There is bouncing, singing, dancing. Imagine what they will be like when they see Kylie Minogue performing. Watch live coverage of the closing ceremony on BBC One right now by hitting the live coverage tab.

  129. Day one round-up

    Track cycling

    England's Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott won the first Para-sport gold of Glasgow 2014 with victory in the tandem sprint, holding Scotland's Aileen McGlynn and Louise Haston at bay by a comfortable margin.

    Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott celebrate

    "We went out to win and rode the best race we could and thankfully that was good enough for gold," said Thornhill. "It was really fantastic to hear the cheers on the last lap when it started to hurt."

    But there was to be no gold medal for 2012 Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins as England could only come second in the team pursuit.

  130. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Nick Rees

    Wales hockey player Nick Rees: "CWG closing ceremony with this rabble @HociCymruMen"

    The closing ceremony is set to begin at 21:00 BST.

  131. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Team Scotland: We're here... And we're ready to celebrate! #2014Ceremony #GoScotland

    Team Scotland
  132. Day one round-up


    200m breaststroke gold medallist Ross Murdoch

    It became one of the images of the Games. A wide-eyed open mouthed Ross Murdoch just did not know how to react after he defeated fellow Scot Michael Jamieson, an Olympic silver medallist and strong favourite, in the men's 200m breaststroke.

    "I always dreamt I could do something like that in front of home crowd," said Murdoch. "I really thought I could challenge to be on the podium and I'm pleased to have done it. It's mind-blowing.

    "Michael Jamieson is a hero to me, and someone I looked up to after the Olympic Games."

    There was also further joy for the hosts in the pool as Hannah Miley claimed gold in the 400m individual medley.

    Hannah Miley
  133. Day one round-up

    I don't believe it

    We have all been denied access to a building or an event. But not many of us have been denied entry to the place that is named after you.

    Chris Hoy

    But that is what happened to Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy (pictured with Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) was stopped and had to show identification at the door of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome as he made his way to watch cycling.

    Hoy, Britain's most successful Olympian, saw the funny side though, later tweeting: "She was only doing her job!!"

  134. Day one round-up


    There was double joy for the Renicks sister in judo as the Scottish pair both won gold.

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

    Kimberley clinched the under 48 kg final before her sister Louise won in the under 52kg an hour later.

    But it was also a great opening day on the judo mat for England as Ashley McKenzie (under 60kg), Colin Oates (under 66kg) and Nekoda Davis (women's under 57kg) all clinched gold.

  135. Day one round-up


    So, let's start right at the beginning and there was double joy for England on the opening day in the triathlon.

    England's Jodie Simpson won the first gold of Commonwealth Games and was soon followed by Alistair Brownlee winning in the men's event. It was the start of what would become England's most successful Commonwealth Games ever.

    Jodie Stimpson
  136. Time flies

    It seems like only yesterday since Sir Chris Hoy was helping a Malaysian official open the baton at the end of a thrilling opening ceremony to reveal a message to be read by Her Majesty The Queen. Since then, we've had tears, cheers, shocks, surprises and some wonderful moments.

  137. BBC Coverage

    All the action can be watched live on BBC One with live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live. All you need to do is hit the live coverage tab at the top of this page, so sit back and enjoy the show.

  138. #bbcglasgow2014

    Athletes on Twitter

    Gregor MacLean

    Scotland pole vaulter Gregor MacLean: Closing ceremony hype! #Glasgow2014 #closingceremony #CWG2014

  139. Welcome back

    Hello there, I'm Michael Emons and I will be guiding you through the last action of the 2014 Commonwealth Games - the closing ceremony - as well as looking back at those moments that shocked, entertained and inspired us.

  140. Party time

    This has been the first Commonwealth Games to be held in Scotland for a generation and what an event it has been.

    We have seen a few tears along the way, but there has been great success for the home nations.

    Usain bolt

    But everyone came to have fun and some even packed their best dancing moves.

    So let's finish in the best way possible. It's party time.

  141. Back soon

    So we are taking a little break now and we will be back at 19:55 BST for a full round-up from what has been a magical Commonwealth Games. Join us then, and we will also have full coverage of the closing ceremony, which begins at 21:00 BST. Don't miss it, we will see you then.