One of the most dramatic scenes at the Commonwealth Games came early on the final day. Callum Hawkins of Scotland was leading the marathon Sunday morning when he became physically distressed and collapsed with about two kilometers remaining. Michael Shelley ran past to win the race and defend the title
By Nick Mulvenney GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - The beaming smile on the face of James Arnott said everything about what winning an athletics medal at the XXI Commonwealth Games meant to him. On a balmy Friday evening, 35,000 fans had packed into the Carrara Stadium to watch Caster Semenya seal
Indoor 60 metres world-record holder Christian Coleman, Gatlin, Ronnie Baker and Mike Rodgers combined to supplant the previous 2018 best of 38.13 seconds that England ran earlier in the day to win the Commonwealth Games in Australia. Organisers had hoped the newly formed team would challenge the American
World champions Justin Gatlin and Christian Coleman have formed their own relay team and will learn on Saturday how fast they can run. "They wanted to see some fast guys work together," the 100 meters world champion told Reuters in a telephone interview.