. it is the swimmers all over the place in this morning's papers. ariarne titmus is a big name to come out of this, and the name to note right now because ariarne titmus will be a star at the 2020 olympic games. she won three gold medals over the distant events. last night she won the 400, she had already won the 800m, and she is the goal that perhaps can give caty the the us contender a run for her money. so ariarne titmus and australia were the kings and queens of the pool once again. and no shortage of swimming stars coming out of australia through the junior ranks. thank you very much for now, we will leave it there. and the moroccan contender beat his brother for the second day in a row to take the honours in the gruelling marathon in the moroccan desert. the race contains six marathons in seven days over a combined distance of 254 kilometres, with more than 1000 runners taking part. the moroccan brothers leading the way in the men's category, while the winner of the women's won her third straight stage. in the danish contender finished second. that is about all we have time for.
games. 17—year—old ariarne titmus of australia took her third gold of the games... and georgia davies of wales had to settle for bronze in the women's 50m backstroke, after winning gold in glasgow four years ago. tom daley won't defend his 10 metre platform individual commonwealth title. he has a hip problem and says he's "truly devastated" but he still hopes to compete with dan goodfellow in the sychronised event on friday. some other bad news english sprinter adam gemili has confirmed he will be out of action for two weeks and as a result his commonwealth games are over. he withdrew from the 100 metres final on monday after struggling with a thigh injury.... not great news for andrew pozzi in the men's 110m hurdles today... he could only manage sixth in the final, having won gold in the world indoor championships 60 metres last month. jamaica's ronald levy won the race. south african's caster semenya crusied to victory in the women's 1500 metres. setting a new games record on the way... melissa courtney sneaked the bronze for wales in a personal best time. overnight there wer
Fetching more results