Day eight schedule and results

Seventy athletes with University of Bath links have been selected for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

We’ll be keeping on top of their performances across all the events for the duration of the competition.

You can click through from day-to-day to find out who is taking part in what sport, where, when and how they performed.

Athletes may withdraw from competition, and schedules are subject to change by the Glasgow 2014 Ltd.

 

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Day eight: Thursday 31 July 2014

Read our day eight report.

Events in bold indicate finals/medal opportunities.

Athlete Sport Event Stage Representing Time Result
Sarah Connolly Wrestling Women’s 63kg Quarter-final Wales 10.48am Won (10-0)
Women’s 63kg Semi-final Wales 11.30am Lost (2-13)
Women’s 63kg Bronze medal match Wales 5.12pm Lost (0-11)
Danny Talbot Athletics Men’s 200m Semi-final England 6.25pm 2nd
Heather Olver (with Chris Langridge) Badminton Mixed doubles Round of 16 England 6.30pm Won (2-0; 21-7, 21-10)
Leon Reid Athletics Men’s 200m Semi-final Northern Ireland 6.38pm 8th
Marilyn Okoro Athletics Women’s 800m Semi-finals England 6.50pm 8th
Emma Batten Hockey Wales v Trinidad & Tobago 9th/10th place game Wales 7pm 4-0 (Batten 2 goals)
Jazmin Sawyers Athletics Long jump Final England 7.15pm Silver (6.54m)
Gemma Sole Netball Scotland v Trinidad & Tobago 9th/10th place game Scotland 7.15pm 46-28
Richard Yates Athletics Men’s 400m hurdles Final England 8.15pm 7th
Eilidh Child Athletics Women’s 400m hurdles Final Scotland 8.25pm Silver
Danny Talbot Athletics Men’s 200m Final England 9.10pm 7th
Heather Olver (with Kate Robertshaw) Badminton Women’s doubles Round of 16 England 9.10pm Lost (0-2; 15-21, 18-21)

 

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