Francesca Jones from Northamptonshire has won Gold and five silver rhythmic gymnastics medals at Glasgow 2014.
Emma Pooley hopes Sunday's Tour de France women's race will provide a great showcase for the sport.
A footballer has offered to buy new shirts for a couple of supporters who had already brought strips with his old number on the back.
Milton Keynes based Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo captured the chequered flag for the second time this season at the end of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Rain, crashes and safety cars made for a stunning race, aiding the previously forlorn Lewis Hamilton following his fire in qualifying on Saturday into another podium finish for the second successive Sunday.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso secured second for his best result for 10 months, with Hamilton hanging on to third ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Hamilton is now only 11 points adrift with eight races to run.
Francesca Jones from Northamptonshire has spoken of her delight after winning Gold and five silver rhythmic gymnastics medals at Glasgow 2014.
– Francesca Jones
“I was trying so hard not to cry when the Welsh flag was raised,” said Jones, who took hoop silver in Delhi four years ago.
“With the final ribbon routine I had no nerves I just knew that I wanted the last ever performance to be special and to enjoy and savour it and that worked.
“It’s amazing to end a career in such a special way, I couldn’t ask for any more than to enjoy my last routine and to win the gold medal, it’s an absolute dream.”
Veteran Norfolk shooter Michael Gault made Commonwealth Games history when he won bronze for England in the 10-metre air pistol event.
The 60-year-old grandfather from Dereham competing in his sixth Games, equalled the record for Commonwealth medals in any sport by bagging an astonishing 18th podium place.
Gault came out of retirement in a bid to break the record held by another shooter, Phillip Adams.
He has now moved level with the Australian, who has long since retired, and could move out on his own as the most decorated Commonwealth athlete in history with a 19th medal in the 50m event on Monday.
– Mike Gault
"It didn’t matter what colour it was, I’ve got the 18 medals now. That’s exactly what the aim was so it’s job done now. It’s a weight off my shoulders and I can chillax as they say now. I can focus on my next competition, which is in a couple of days time.
“I was really feeling the pressure then and all the way through. I don’t know where all those tens were coming from as I was shooting all over the place and it was going in the middle. Somebody was on my side.”
23 year old Francesca Jones has won gold in the Individual Ribbon at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Hertfordshire's double Olympic champion Laura Trott has missed out on a gold medal chance in the women's individual pursuit .
Trott had harboured big hopes of a podium place but was edged into sixth.
Posh have signed their second player inside of 24 hours.
Peterborough have signed Michael Smith from Bristol Rovers for an undisclosed fee.
The former Pirates right-back has joins on a three-year contract.
Peterborough United have announced their latest signing.
Tottenham starlet Kenny McEvoy has joined the London Road side on a season-long youth loan.
The 19-year-old winger says he hopes to break into the first team. He told the club website: "It is good that I have been able to join in pre-season as I can get to know the lads before the season starts."
Investigations have been continuing today to try and find out why a racehorse owned by the Queen and trained by Sir Michael Stoute in Newmarket tested positive for a banned substance.
In a statement the Queen's racing manager said it's thought Gold Cup winner Estimate failed a drugs test because some of her feed was contaminated.
Four more horses from different yards also failed the test.
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