YES!!!!!!!! WE WON THE GLASGOW 2014 XX COMMONWEALTH GAMES WOOHOO!!!!!!!!
Hello everyone, to mark the end of the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games, the journey to the top is now at an end for all of us, as England have finished at the top of the medal table in first place with the final, overall amount of 174 medals (58 Gold, 59 Silver & 57 Bronze), with Australia following closely behind with the final, overall medal amount of 137 medals (49 Gold, 42 Silver & 46 Bronze).
For the final time, I will do a short, but quick summary based on the last of the Commonwealth Games event’s that just finished today as they unfolded.
- Wales’ Thomas and England’s Armitstead wins the Cycling golds for today’s final event.
- In Squash, Australia wins Gold in the Men’s Doubles – which marks the last ever, and final medal of the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games.
- England finish at the top of the medal table with 58 Golds, while Scotland finished with 19 Golds. Wales finished with 5 Golds, with Northern Ireland finishing with 2 Golds.
- 4,750 athletes overall competed over the 11 days leading up to the Closing Ceremony today for 261 Gold medals.
- The Closing Ceremony is due to start at 9:00PM.
For the final time, to mark a wonderful end to the Glasgow 2014 XX Commonwealth Games, here is the final, updated medal table to round off what has been one of the best Commonwealth Games for all of us.
|Nations||Gold Medal Count||Silver Medal Count||Bronze Medal Count||Total Medal Count|
|Republic of South Africa||13||10||17||40|
|Trinidad & Tobago||0||3||5||8|
|Papua New Guinea||2||0||0||2|
|Isle of Man||0||1||0||1|