Commonwealth Games 2022 Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates

Commonwealth Games 2022 Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates

2022 Commonwealth Games, Day Four, Live Cycling Swimming Medals Updates - REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

2022 Commonwealth Games, Day Four, Live Cycling Swimming Medals Updates – REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

09:18 am

Medal table check

This is what the medal table looks like after yesterday’s results:

1. Australia (22 Gold, 13 Silver, 17 Bronze – 52 total)

2. England (11 Gold, 16 Silver, 7 Bronze – 34 total)

3. New Zealand (10 Gold, 5 Silver, 4 Bronze – 19 total)

4. South Africa (4 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze – 6 total)

5. Canada (3 gold, 6 silver, 9 bronze – 18 total)

7. Scotland (2x Gold, 7x Silver, 8x Bronze – 17 in total)

10 Wales (1 Gold, 2 Silver, 6 Bronze – 9 total)

09:06 a.m

Keep an eye out today

In the semi-finals of the grass balls, action is already announced. England’s Louis Ridout, Nick Brett and Jamie Chestney are a point clear in the home nations’ clash against Wales.

Table tennis medals up for grabs with Australia and Wales battling for the bronze medal in the women’s team event.

James Wilby and Adam Peaty will be back in the pool just after 10:30 a.m. for the men’s 50m breaststroke heats. There’s plenty more to watch at the Sandwell Aquatics Center with the women’s 200m backstroke, 100m freestyle and 200m medley and men’s 100m butterfly.

Jake Jarman and James Hall will be back in action after their medals in yesterday’s all-around final. All men’s individual apparatus finals will take place today.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates - AFP

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates – AFP

Laura Kenny and Neah Evans will also return to the velodrome for the women’s scratch race. Kenny won a bronze medal in the women’s team pursuit on the first day of the Games. Neah Evans took silver in the points race yesterday.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates - Getty Images

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates – Getty Images

England will also resume their quest for back-to-back Commonwealth Games titles in netball as they take on Northern Ireland in their Pool B match tonight.

That’s enough to keep you on track for now, but we’ll bring you all that and more throughout the day.

8:49 a.m

Good morning…

Have we all recovered from last night’s European Championship victory? I certainly haven’t, but there’s plenty more live sport today with action from day four of the Commonwealth Games. Let’s start with a recap of yesterday’s action.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates - Getty Images

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates – Getty Images

In late night pool drama, Adam Peaty fell short of a medal in the men’s 100m breaststroke final. Compatriot James Wilby took home the gold, Peaty finished fourth. The two-time Olympic champion returns to competition after a broken foot just ten weeks ago and will compete again tonight in the 50m breaststroke semifinals.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates - Shutterstock

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates – Shutterstock

Track cycling at the velodrome was abandoned at the end of the morning session after eight riders were involved in a horrific crash. England’s Matt Walls dashed into the crowd after being involved in the incident and was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital. British Cycling has since confirmed that Walls was released with stitches to the forehead but no major injuries.

Back in the pool, South Africa’s Chad le Clos took his Commonwealth medals to 18 with a silver medal in the 200m butterfly, level with Australia’s Phillip Adams and England’s Mick Gault as the all-time most decorated athlete at the Commonwealth Games.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates - Shutterstock

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Swim Medals Updates – Shutterstock

However, most of the day was dominated by a flurry of gold medals for England. Jake Jarman earned a resounding victory in the men’s all-around gymnastics by narrowly beating James Hall to the top step of the podium.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates - Getty Images

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates – Getty Images

That came ahead of three triathlon gold medals for the host country in the men’s and women’s para events, followed by the mixed-team relay event where Alex Yee won his second gold medal of the Games.

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates - Getty Images

2022 Commonwealth Games Day Four Live Cycling Medals Updates – Getty Images

To round out the proceedings, Alice Tai took gold in the S8 100m backstroke to take England’s tally of gold medals to 11.

All this alongside a few nuggets of silver and bronze. Ondine Achampong took silver in the women’s all-around gymnastics final and Jack Carlin will take home another medal after Matt Gaetz was ruled to have handicapped him in the sprint race for the bronze medal.

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