Steve Way, the fastest Englishman in the Commonwealth marathon, told ITV News competing in the Games was "quite a surreal" experience.
The latest addition to England's squad...Barack Obama
Are we sub-standard at grassroots? Or is it simply a lack of passion for the shirt? As ever, the answer seems a little more nuanced.
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.
MEDAL: BRONZE for England's Caroline Povey in the Women's Trap. @glasgow2014
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.
England's Dan Greaves posted a "golden selfie" after his Commonwealth victory in the F42/44 discus.
Dan Greaves struck Commonwealth gold for England with victory in the F42/44 discus.
The 31-year-old, who took silver at the London Olympics, came out on top of his domestic duel with Wales' Aled Davies, winning with a throw of 59.21 metres.
That converted to 1023 points in the mixed-classification event, with Davies (at 46.83 metres and 1012 points) taking the silver
England have slipped 10 places to 20th in Fifa's world rankings after a disastrous World Cup campaign.
Roy Hodgson's side managed only one point from their three group games in Brazil.
World champions Germany rise one place to the top of the rankings while Netherlands move up 12 places to third.
Spain fall from top spot to eighth and hosts Brazil fall four places to seventh.
The blogger who filmed a thug biting off the ear of an England fan said the attack was 'disgraceful' and did not represent what following the national team was all about.
Video blogger Billy Grant told ITV News: "All the England fans said that's absolutely disgraceful. This is my eleventh tournament. I've been everywhere with England and I've never seen anything like that."
A Foreign Office is aware of the incident during an England World Cup match in which an England fan had his ear bitten off, and has provided "consular assistance," a spokesperson said.
– FCO spokesperson
We are aware of an incident in Sao Paulo on the June 19 involving a British national, and we provided consular assistance.
An England fan who had his ear bitten off after the national side's World Cup loss to Uruguay claimed he was racially abused by his attacker.
Video footage obtained by the Sunday People showed several men on the top tier of the Arena Corinthians in a melee before one is led away by stewards.
When asked what happened, the victim appears to tell the camera: "He bit off my ear and called me a black ****."
The victim is seen laughing and smiling after the attack despite blood dripping down his neck.
Fan Billy Grant, who the newspaper claims shot the video, can be heard remarking about the assailant: "He's been giving it a large, he's an idiot."
An England fan had his ear bitten off by another after the World Cup game against Uruguay.
The man was left with half his left ear ripped off and bloodied in the incident in Sao Paulo, the Association of Chief Police Officers confirmed. Details of the attack have only just emerged.
Chief Superintendent Rachel Barber said: "We were made aware during the England vs Uruguay match in Sao Paulo that an incident had taken place which resulted in an England fan having a portion of his ear bitten off by another England fan.
He added: "In the immediate aftermath, we managed to make contact with the victim and offered advice and support. The day after the attack, the victim chose to make a formal complaint to the local police and they opened an investigation."
England's final match against Costa Rica will see nine changes to the side with some of the younger players starting their first World Cup game.
England manager Roy Hodgson has named his starting eleven for the final Group D match in Belo Horizonte and said he was "desperate" to win despite the team's early exit from the competition.
Midfield duo Ross Barkley and Jack Wilshere will play their first World Cup games, while Luke Shaw will become the youngest player to start this World Cup and is set to play left-back.
Ben Foster will replace Joe Hart in goal, while defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling and midfielders James Milner, Frank Lampard and Adam Lallana will also come onto the pitch.
Defenders Phil Jagielka, Glen Johnson and Leighton Baines, midfielders Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson and attackers Wayne Rooney and Raheem Sterling will all be dropped after losing to Uruguay.