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Coach of 17 Year Old Chika Amalaha Reveals Why She Tested Positive to Drugs

17 year old Nigerian weightlifter Chika Amalaha made Nigeria proud as the first athlete to win gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow, UK. 116 more words


Diary of a Gym Nerd: The Commonwealth Games

As a website for fans by fans, we know how exciting it is when we get to attend a competition. Whether it’s a J.O. invitational or a major international meet, there’s always something thrilling about walking into a high school gym, a conference center, or a huge arena to see the athletes up close and personal. 848 more words


Commonwealth Games 2014 - India Happy With Top-5 Finish in Glasgow, Scotland

The 2014 Commonwealth Games (officially the XX Commonwealth Games) were held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 23 July to 3 August 2014. There are 71 participating nations at the 2014 Commonwealth Games with approximately 4,950 competing athletes, making it one of the largest Commonwealth Games staged to date.

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General Knowledge

AIBA President: ‘Commonwealth Games 2014 Success Underlines Progress We’re Making’

The boxing competition of the 2014 Commonwealth Games ended in Glasgow showcasing the excitement and underlining the progress being made by the International Boxing Association (AIBA). 262 more words


2014 Historic Kalenjin Ladies Under 30 - Named World Champions

They have made historical Athletics championships of 2014, in the  worldwide Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Hampden Park Stadium. Here’s a list and names of their great work. 374 more words

Success Stories

Jubilant Dori Yeats grabs wrestling gold at 2014 Commonwealth Games

Winning her first major international wrestling tournament, Dori Yeats could not contain her smile. Hailing from Montreal, Yeats bested Angele Tomo of Cameroon by a convincing 10-0 score in the final of the Women’s Wrestling event for the 69 kilogram weight class. 339 more words

Women's Sports

Commonwealth Games: Li wins badminton gold, Frizell to carry flag

Canada brought its 2014 Commonwealth Games to a close on Sunday with one more gold medal, won by Michelle Li in women’s badminton.

The London 2012 Olympian won Canada’s sole medal of the day, where only a handful of events were scheduled in Glasgow before giving way to the evening’s closing ceremony. 227 more words