Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games proved to be an outstanding event. More than 70 athletes with University of Bath links were selected to represent 10 teams in 11 different sports at the Games.
And they brought home an impressive 27 medals – five golds, 14 silvers and eight bronzes. Athletes with University of Bath links won medals on nine of the 11 days of sport at the Games, winning medals in athletics, badminton, hockey, judo, swimming and weightlifting.
There were some truly exciting hightlights, including the double gold won by Chris Walker-Hebborn in the pool and the six medals, including a gold, won by Siobhan-Marie O’Connor. Both train at the British Swimming’s National Training Centre Bath.
And Eilidh Child lit up the Hampden Park stadium as she stormed to silver for Scotland in the 400m hurdles.
There were also medals for Univeristy of Bath students and alumni. Read our daily reports and our Games round-up for the full story.
For futher information see our daily reports below or check our Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games news feed.
- Games round-up: Impressive achievements by Bath athletes
- Day 11 report: Second silver for Olver
- Day 10 report: Silvers for Talbot & Shipperley
- Day 9 report: Shipperley set for hockey medal
- Day 8 report: Silver lining for Child & Sawyers
- Day 7 report: Athletes take a step closer to medals
- Day 6 report: Swimmers sign off with more medals
- Day 5 report: Silver for Olver
- Day 4 report: Gold and Games record for O’Connor
- Day 3 report: Smith lifts gold on day three
- Day 2 report: Fletcher & Walker-Hebborn strike gold
- Day 1 report: Super Siobhan win brace of silvers
- Bath athletes feature on BBC Glasgow 2014 preview
Find out all the latest from our athletes as they chat to Team Bath TV in the build up to the Games.
England’s judoka Jan Gosiewski discusses the demands of his training regime and PhD study.