Athletes are due to parade outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay shortly at the official homecoming after Team Wales' success at the Commonwealth Games
Wales will welcome home the athletes who took part in the Commonwealth Games today at a special homecoming event on the steps of the Senedd.Read the full story ›
Just back from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Frankie Jones will be speaking to ITV Wales about her medal haul. The rhythmic gymnast won six medals at the games, including a gold.
Sport Wales chief executive Sarah Powell will also be in the studio speaking about team Wales's performance at the games.
Geraint Thomas has become the first ever Welshman to win a cycling gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
He beat New Zealand's Jack Bauer in the Men's Road Race, despite a late puncture.
Thomas has also been announced as the Team Wales flag bearer for tonight's closing ceremony.
"It will be an honour to carry the flag at the close of the Commonwealth Games.
I am a proud Welshman, I don't get to wear the Welsh jersey that often so to carry the flag tonight as well will be a proud moment for me and my family."
The closing ceremony signifies the end of the 2014 Games, with Team Wales taking home 36 medals, making it the most successful Games to date.
Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas will be hoping for a second medal in tomorrow's men's road race, to add to the bronze from his time trial.
He says the team has a good chance of winning.
Boxers Ashley Williams and Joseph Cordina have brought Wales's medal tally up to 34 this evening.
Williams won the bronze in the Men's Light Fly boxing after he was beaten by India's Devendro Laishram in the semi-finals.
Cordina also took bronze after losing his bout against Scotland's Charlie Flynn.
Lauren Price has secured Wales's 32nd Commonwealth Games medal in the Women's Middleweight Boxing. She took bronze after losing to Canada's Ariane Fortin in the semi-finals.
Gymnast Georgie Hockenhull has added another medal to Team Wales' collection after finishing third on the balance beam.
Hockenhull finished behind Canada's Elsabeth Black who took Gold and Mary Anne Monckton who took Silver, in a performance that earned her a score of 13.466.
Welsh teammate Elizabeth Beddoe narrowly missed out on a place on the podium finishing fourth.
Hockenhull's medal brings Team Wales' official total to 31- matching their previous record in Manchester. The team are guaranteed at least another three bronzes from boxers Lauren Price, Ashley Williams and Joe Cordina.
Team Wales secured its second boxing bronze medal of the day after Nathan Thorley was defeated by Mauritius' Kennedy St Pierre in the 81kg semi-final.
The man from Cardiff struggled throughout the match, with his coaching team throwing in the towel deep into round three.
Welsh interest in the boxing continues this evening, with Lauren Price and Joseph Cordina both in semi-final action at around seven.