Up to 8 million tune in as Commonwealth Games closes

The curtain has come down on an incredible 11 days of Commonwealth Games sporting action in a glittering, star-filled closing ceremony at Glasgow's Hampden Park.

England has topped the medal table of the Commonwealth Games with a total of 174 medals.

Up to 8 million viewers tuned in to see Kylie and a host of other stars close Glasgow 2014, which has been dubbed the "best ever" Commonwealth Games.

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More success for home nations in gymnastics and track

Another successful day for the home nations gymnasts saw England's Max Whitlock win his third gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, after claiming victory in the men's gymnastics floor final.

Max Whitlock holds his third gold medal of the Commonwealth Games. Credit: PA

Not far behind is 16-year-old Claudia Fragapane who claimed her second Commonwealth gold medal in two days, after winning victory in the women's vault final today.

England's Claudia Fragapane with her Gold after victory in the women's vault. Credit: PA

But it was the Scotland's Daniel Keatings who captured the hearts of SECC Precinct winning gold in the men's pommel horse final, leaving England's Max Whitlock claiming silver, and Louis Smith taking Bronze, despite losing his flow and taking a pause in his routine.

There was more success for Scotland on the track with Eilidh Child taking a silver in the 400m hurdles. England's Jodie Williams and Jazmin Sawyers also won silver in the 200m and long jump.

Scotland's Eilidh Child kisses her silver medal. Credit: PA

The track was also home to the biggest upset of the day as Botswana's Nijel Amos out-sprinted Olympic champion and world record holder David Rudisha to win a dramatic 800m final.

As a result England sit at the head of the medal table above Australia and Canada, with Scotland in fourth.

Commonwealth Games medal table. Credit: Commonwealth Games

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