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Daily highlights of the best of the action from the Commonwealth Games.

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Station: BBC Two (GB)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2010-10-04

Commonwealth Games: Today at the Games Air Dates


S2018E09 - Day 8 Air Date: 12 April 2018 17:30 -

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Clare Balding and Gabby Logan cast their eye over the best of the action from day eight of the 2018 Commonwealth Games from Australia.

The 200m sprint stars are out on day eight with the likes of two-time Olympic gold medallist Elaine Thompson in action along with Canada's Andre de Grasse - a three-time medallist at the Rio 2016 Games.

Team England's Dina Asher-Smith is up against illustrious rivals in what is set to be a mouthwatering women's 200m contest.

We also see one of the faces of the Games, Australia's Sally Pearson, in action in the 100m hurdles heats, while there are 24 gold medals to be handed out in total, including the men's and women's beach volleyball titles.


S2018E10 - Day 9 Air Date: 13 April 2018 17:30 -

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Catch up with the 27 gold medals and unmissable moments on day nine at the Commonwealth Games, introduced by Clare Balding and Gabby Logan. A third of the day's Commonwealth champions are crowned in the athletics stadium, where heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson is seeking to add to her recent world indoor title.

South African Caster Semenya is at the Gold Coast attempting an 800-1500m double, and it is over her favoured two laps that she is going for gold today, while fellow Olympic and world gold medallist Sally Pearson is aiming to cement her status as Australia's athletics darling by clinching a third successive Commonwealth crown in the 100m hurdles.

Multiple world champion Tom Daley and Olympic gold medallists Jack Laugher and Chris Mears seek synchronised perfection in the diving pool, and expectations are also high for the Home Nations on the greens as the last three lawn bowls titles are decided.

There were medal events in rhythmic gymnastics, shooting, table tennis and wrestling, plus men's hockey semi-finals and women's rugby sevens featuring England and Wales.


S2018E11 - Day 10 Air Date: 14 April 2018 17:30 -

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Clare Balding and Gabby Logan introduce highlights from the penultimate day of the 2018 games, in which the Commonwealth's elite athletes again showcase their pace, grace, power and precision.

The relays provide the climax to the track and field events at the games, where England's men and women harbour hopes of a gold rush in Australia after recent successes at global level.

Northern Ireland won nine boxing medals at the 2014 Games, more than any other nation. Glasgow silver medallist Michaela Walsh and stylish southpaw James McGivern are tasked with delivering more podium finishes in the day's 16 finals in the ring.

Tom Daley hopes to retain his 10m platform diving title and England will attempt to secure a first hockey title in either the men's or women's event. Plus champions will be crowned in the cycling road races, basketball, squash, shooting, table tennis and wrestling.


S2018E12 - Day 11 Air Date: 15 April 2018 17:30 -

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Clare Balding and Gabby Logan introduce highlights of the final day and the closing ceremony of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Seventeen more champions are crowned, including in the marathons, as well as the netball and rugby sevens tournaments. Badminton deliver five of the day's 17 gold medals, with basketball, squash and table tennis also reaching a climax.

Clare and Gabby also recap the standout memories of the games, during which around 6,000 athletes competed across 275 events.

Commonwealth Games: Today at the Games Actors

Clare Balding(Presenter)

Gabby Logan(Presenter)

Sue Barker(Presenter)

Mark Chapman(Presenter)

Jake Humphrey(Presenter)



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