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Chris and Gabby Adcock have taken to Twitter to express their excitement at becoming the first married badminton couple to win gold at the Commonwealth Games.
England's husband and wife team Chris and Gabby Adcock have won gold in the badminton mixed doubles at the Commonwealth Games.
The duo, ranked five in the world, lived up to their top-seed billing at Glasgow 2014 as they won 21-9, 21-12 against England team-mates Chris Langridge and Heather Olver.
The Adcocks wrapped up a convincing victory in 35 minutes.
Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, who lives in Loughborough, was one quarter of England's men's 4x100m relay silver medal-winning team at the Commonwealth Games.
Nottingham's Natalie Blake lifted her way to silver in the women's Para-sport lightweight powerlifting event at the Commonwealth Games.
The 31-year-old four-time Paralympian managed a best of 95kg.
England's Commonwealth pole vault champion Steve Lewis has posted a picture of himself with his gold medal the morning after the night before:
The Nottingham sprinter, William Sharman, narrowly missed out on gold in the men's 110m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
He came second to Jamaica's Andrew Riley, after a slight mistake at the 8th hurdle cost him some time.
Oliver Hynd, from Sutton in Ashfield in Nottinghamshire, has won gold in the men's para-200m individual medley SM8 final swim.
England's Caroline Povey has claimed bronze in the women's trap after her teammate and medal hopeful Charlotte Kerwood failed to qualify for the final.
Povey, 34, qualified for the bronze-medal match in third place - two targets ahead of New Zealand's Natalie Rooney,
Both shooters nailed 12 clays out of 15 to force another sudden-death shoot-off - this time Rooney missed her second clay to hand Pavey the medal.
Caroline Povey, from Chesterfield, has won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in the Women's Trap Shooting match.
England's Dan Greaves posted a "golden selfie" after his Commonwealth victory in the F42/44 discus.