Hello everyone, and what a remarkable day it has been for all of us. Dozens of medals were collected by various Commonwealth countries, such as Australia, England and Scotland. The medal table count has been fast increasing since yesterday’s events, and to much of my delight, we are still second place with 57 medals so far. Australia are well out in front at second place with an astounding 73 medals, which is fantastic for all of us, and all the other Commonwealth countries that have taken part in this year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Since the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games started on the 23rd July, the pressure has been on, everyone’s reaction times have remained up and not only that, but everyone’s been excited just like me about the Commonwealth Games overall.
As the last week of the Commonwealth Games begins to get underway, there is still plenty of time for every Commonwealth country to bag some medals and most possibly, get to the top of the medal table. It won’t be easy for everyone, but it’ll most definitely be worth it.
Below are the updated medal results following from the last of today’s events that have just finished.
|Nations||Gold Medal Count||Silver Medal Count||Bronze Medal Count||Total Medal Count|
|Republic of South Africa||5||5||8||18|
|Isle of Man||0||1||0||1|
|Papua New Guinea||0||1||0||1|