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SMH Commonwealth Games Monday, January 29, 1990 3 e the Games Coo. dances his AUCKLAND: If diving success requires the strength of a weight-lifter and the artistry of the ballet dancer, then Australia's gold medallist in the men's three-metre springboard, Craig Roger-son, leans to the latter. , The slight 24-year-old, who wears a gold bangle on his right hand when he dives, came to the press conference and said: "We are not doing any photos are we?" When told the cameras wouldn't be clicking he joked: "Good, I don't have to get my hair set then." Stripped to the waist, with a silver chain around his neck and two ear "studs, the Melbourne newsagent adds much theatre to his unpublicised sport. "This is hilarious," he said. "I can't believe it. The 10-metre board is my event and I didn't think for one moment that I would pull this off. "I was the most consistent diver out there today. "If one of the others had been on, I wouldn't be the gold medallist "It's all a bit much." Between dives Rogerson listened to music through headphones. "I was getting into the music having a bit of a dance," he said. Rogerson's victory demonstrated the gambles of sport. Robert Morgan, of Wales, the pre-race favourite and overnight leader, was trailing Rogerson by 1 5 points going into the last dive. Morgan went for "the big DD" ATHLETICS DECATHLON 1O0M: HEAT 1: 1 Michael Smith (Can) 10.85. 2 Dean Smith (Aust) 10.96. 3 Simon Poelman (NZ) 10 97. 4 Eugene Gilkes (Eng) 11.01. SStuart Andrews (Aust) 11 20 6 Mark BishoD (Eng) 1 1 .25. 7 Peter Henry (NZ) 11 28. 8 Richard Hesketh (Can) 11 32. HEAT 2: 1 Homelo Vi (Tonga) 11.11. 2 Ferdinand Nongkas (PNG) 11.20. 3 Duncan Mathieson (Scot) 11.23. 4 Alexander Kruger (Eng) 11 29. 5 Garth Peet (Can) 11.40. 6 Christopher Bradshaw (Aust) 11.44. 7 Terence Lomax (NZ) 11.50. LONG JUMP: 1 Poelman 7 62. 2 M Smith 7 52. 3 D Smith 7 48. 4 Mathieson 7 29. 5 Kruger 7.20. 6 Bradshaw 7 1 3. 7 Gilkes 7 08 8 Andrews 7 06. 9 Henry 7 05. 1 0 Hesketh 6 86. 1 1 Lomax 6 81. 12 Peet 6.73. 13 Bishoo 6.72. 1 4 Nongkas 6.58. Vi NVJ. SHOT PUT: 1 Poelman 15 64. 2 M Smith 14 62. 3 Gilkes 14.19. 4 D Smith 13 72. 5 Kruger 13 42. 6 Peet 13.04. 7 Henry 12 95. 8 Hesketh 12 82. 9 Andrews 12.33. 10 Mathieson 1 2.3 1 . 1 1 Bradshaw 1 2 1 4. 1 2 Vi 1 1 . 36.12 Lomax 1136. 14 Bishoo 1131. 15 NongKas 10.97. HIGH JUMP Group 1: 1 Kruger 211. 2 Poelman 2.05. 3 Lomax 2 05. 3 M Smith 2 05. 5 Hesketh 1 96. 6 Bradshaw 1.96. 7 Gilkes 1 87. Group 2: 1 Mathieson 1.93. 2 Henry 1 93. 3 Vi 1 .90. 4 Andrews 1 .87. 5 Peet (Can) 1 87. 6 Bishop 1 .87. 7 D Smith 1 .84. 8 Nongkas (PNG) 1 78. 400M: HEAT 1: 1 Gilkes 47.64. 2 M Smith 47.77. 3 Bishop 49.00. 4 Kruger 49.90. 5 Andrews 50 48. 6 Poelman 51.13. 7 Henry 51 38 HEAT 2: 1 Mathieson 49.47. 2 Hesketh 49 53. 3 Bradshaw 49 77. 4 Vi 50.60. 5 Peet (Can) 51 .22. 6 Lomax 5 1 .76. 7 Nongkas 51 .80. STANDINGS AFTER FIVE EVENTS: 1 M Smith 4370 ooints. 2 Poelman 4274. 3 Kruger 4077. 4 Gilkes 4045. 5 Mathieson 3897. 6 Hesketh 3831. 7 Bradshaw 3817. 8 Henry 3781.9 Andrews 3754. 1 0 Lomax 3675. HEPTATHLON ' LONG JUMP: 1 Jane F lemming (Aust) 6 57. 2 Sharon Jaklofsky-Smith (Aust) 6 42. 3 Jocetyn Millar-Cubit (Aust) 6.24. 4 Joanne Henry (NZ) 6 20. 5 Judy Simpson (Eng) 6 03. 6 Joanne Mulliner (Eng) 6 02. 7 Catherine Bond (Can) 601. 8 Lyn Osmers (NZ) 5.85. 9 Cassandra Kelly (NZ) 5 71. 10 Donna Smellie (Can) 5 69. 1 1 Mane Allysamba (Maur) 5 61. 12 Shona Urauhart (Scot) 533. 13 lammo Uuna (PNG) 5-22. JAVELIN: 1 Uuna 49.30. 2 Flemming ATHLETICS MEN lO.OOOM Work) Record 27min 08.25s Gaines Record 27min 46.40s FINAL: 1 Eamonn Martin (Eng) 28min 08 57s. 2 Moses Tanui (Ken) 28 1 1 56. 3 Paul Williams (Can) 28 1 2 7 1 . 4 Gary Staines (Eng) 28 13 62. 5 Joseph Kibor (Ken) 28 27 56. 6 Peter Brett (Aust) 28 37 16. 7 Kerry Rodger (NZ) 28 46 55. 8 Paul McCloy (Can) 29 02 2 1 . 9 Carey Nelson (Can) 29 02 29. 10 Zachana Ditetso (Bots) 29 25 31. 11 Samuel Bilok (Ken) 29 25 46. 12 Isaac Simelane (Swaz) 29 28 59. 13 Timothy Hutchings (Eng) 29 34 12. 14 Malcolm Norwood (Aust) 30 06 70. 15 Mark Furlan (NZ) 30 39 90. 16 John Mwatrowa (Mala) 30 52 26 17 Clive Hamilton 0am31 1391. 18 Moneri Lebesa (Les) 31 45 94. 19 Denck Adamson 0am) 31 59 11. 20 Aaron Duonai (PNG) 32 33 25. 21 William Goss (Falk Is) 39 51 71. 22 Peter Biggs (Falk Is) 40 26 14. 23 Try Chinhoyi (Zimb) DNF. HAMMER World Record 86.74m Games Record 75.08m FINAL: 1 Sean Carlin (Aust) 75 66m (Comm Games Record). 2 David Smith (Eng) 73 52. 3 Angus Cooper (NZ) 71 26. 4 Phillip Soivey (Aust) 70 74. 5 Philip Jensen (NZ) 68 96. 6 Paul Head (Eng) 68 14. 7 Peter Baxevanis (Aust) 68 05. 8 Shane Peacock (Eng) 66 74. 9 Ian Maplethorpe (Can) 60 62. 10 Stephen Whyte (Scot) 60 48. It Darren McFee(Can)57 76. CYCLING I.OOOM TIME TRIAL Work) Record 1 min 02.091 s Games Record 1 min 06.000s 1 Martin Vinnicombe (Aust) 1 mm 05 572 (Comm Games Record). 2 Gary Anderson (NZ) 1 06 196. 3 Jon Andrews (NZ) 1 06 516. 4 Anthony Graham (NZ) 1 06 530. 5 David Dew (Aust) 1 08 099. 6 Anthony Ward (Can) 1 08 1 84. 7 Adrian Hawkins (Eng) 1 08 560 8 Richard Young (Can) 1 08 665 9 Steven Paulding (Wales) 1 08 878. 10 David Baker (Eng) 1:09241. 11 Gordon Fraser (Can) 1 10 474. 12 Michele Smith (Cayman Is) 1127S2. 13 Richard Pascal (Cayman Is) 1 14616. GYMNASTICS WOMEN INDIVIDUAL ALL-ROUND FINAL 1 Lon Strong (Can) 38 91 2 ots. 2 Monkaue Allen (Aust) 38 687. 3 Kylie Shadbolt (Aust) 38499. 4Urissa Lowing (Can) 38 262. 5 Nicola Jenkins (NZ) 37 71 1.6 Lorna Mainwar-ing (Eng) 37 699. 7 Louise Redding (Eng) 3662. 8 Michelle Teller (Aust) 37.499. 9 The National TTTN victory DIVING ROY MASTERS the dive with the highest degree of difficulty in sport the reverse 3'2 somersault This is the dive which has claimed a few fatalities and it was a fatal decision for Morgan since he hit the water flat Rogerson said: "He went for the hardest dive in the book. It is hard to do on the three-metre." Morgan scored only 36.75 points and finished the competition seventh, behind Australia's Michael Murphy (fourth) and Graeme Banks (fifth). Rogerson needed only to do a reverse 1V4 somersault with a 3Vi twist Even though he left the platform a little high, Rogerson -showed his composure by not panicking. "I have this image of myself which helps me in any situation," he said. He scored 69.30 points on this last dive, giving him a total of 594.84 points, well clear of the silver and bronze medallists, Mark Rourke and Larry Flewwelling, both of Canada. What does a 16-year-old girl with braces and a voice that sounds like chimes do when she 49 28. 3 Smellie 43 54. 4 Urauhart 40.32. 5 Jaklofsky-Smith 39 94. 6 Osmers 3990 7 Simpson 3942. 8 Henry 37.40. 9 Mulliner 36 25. 10 Allysamba 34 98. 11 Millar-Cubit 34 04. 1 2 Bond 33 1 0. 1 3 Kelly 24.88. BOOM HEAT 1: 1 Kelly 2 17 45. 2 Osmers 2:28 25. 3 Allysamba 2:30 65. 4 Uuna 2:45 80. HEAT 2: 1 Mulliner 2:12.10. 2 Flemming 2:12.53. 3 Henry 2:12 64. 4 Bond 2:13.49. 5 Simpson 2:14.59. 6 Millar-Cubit 2:15 30. 7 Jaklofsky-Smith 2:1934. 8 Smellie 2:3276. 20Om HEAT 1: 1 Flemming 23.62. 2 Millar-Cubit 24.52. 3 Jaklofsky-Smith 24 58. 4 Mulliner 24.85. 5 Henry 25.10. 6 Smellie 25.23. 7 Simpson 25.29. Hagger DNS. FINAL PLACINGS: 1 Flemming 6695 points. 2 Jaklofsky-Smith 6115. 3 Simpson 6085. 4 Muiliner 5913. 5 Henry 5764. 6 Millar-Cubit 5762. 7 Bond 5760. 8 Smellie 5584. 9 Kelly 5244. 1 0 Osmers 5222. MEN 4O0m HURDLES World Record 47.02 Games Record 4833 ROUND 1 HEAT 1: 1 Gideon Yego (Kenya) 49 26. 2 Henry Amike (Nig) 49 27. 3 Samuel Matete (Zambia) 49 42. 4 Leigh Miller (Aust) SO 0 1 . 5 Uwrence Lynch (Eng) 5034. 6 Simon Holling-sworth (Aust) 51.54. 7 Mark Davidson (Scot) 52.17. 8 Shaun McAlmont (Can) 52.24. 9 Giovanni Fanny (Seyc) 52.85. HEAT 2: 1 Kriss Akabusi (Eng) 49 86. 2 Joseph Maritim (Kenya) 50-15. 3 Barnabas Kinvor (Kenya) 50 29. 4 John Graham (Can) 50.46. 5 Stephen Hawkins (Eng) 50 95. 6 Rohan Robinson (Aust) 5 1 05. 7 Bashir Ahmed (Pak) 53.42. Wayne Paul (NZ) Dnf. 400M World Record 4329 Games Record 45.01 1ST SEMI-FINAL: 1 Simeon Kipkemboi (Kenya) 46.22. 2 Robert Stone (Aust) 46.29. 3 Devon Morns (Jam) 46.65. 4 Grant Gilbert (NZ) 46.68. 5 Trevor Graham 0am) 46 89. 6 Patrick Delice (Trin) 47.08. 7 Wayne McDonald (Eng) 47 13. 8 Felix Sandy (Sierra U 47.21. 9 Michael McLean (Can) 47.81 . 2ND SEMI-FINAL: 1 Darren Clark (Aust) 45 64. 2 Samson Kitur (Kenya) 45 67. 3 Mark Gamer (Aust) 46 02. 4 Todd Bennett (Eng) 46.06. 5 Stephen Mwanzia (Kenya) 46 28. 6 Howard Burnett 0am) 47.22. 7 Anton Skerntt (Can) 47 79. 8 Troy Douglas (Berm) 48.15. Philip Brown (Eng) Dnf. FINAL: 1 Clark 44 60GR. 2 Kitur 44 88. 3 Kipkemboi 44 93. 4 Stone 45.25. 5 Morns 45.68. 6 Garner 46 10. 7 Gilbert 46.18. 8 Mwanzia 46.35. 9 Bennett 46 64. 110M HURDLES World Record 12.92 Commonwealth Record 13.11 FINAL: 1 Colin Jackson (Wales) 13.08 (Comm record). 2 Anthony Jarrett (Eng) 1334. 3 David Nelson (Eng) 13.54. 4 Hughie s7fis pagan Stella Umeh (Can) 37 474. lOCarmel OLoughlin (NZ) 36 362. 1 1 So. Lo Ching Alice (HK) 34 562. 12 Elena Vayianou (Cyprus) 34 323. 13 Kirsty Strong (NZ) 34 249. 14 Ruth Gibson (Scot) 34 01 1. 15 Susan Martin (Scot) 33 624. 16 Faith Arnott (Scot) 33 274. 17 Kwong. Mei Fong May (HK) 33 087. 18 Samantha Taylor (N Irel) 32 775. 19 Barbara Barclay (N Irel) 32 687. 20 Poon. Wai Yin Mickey (HK) 30 537. 21 Helen Richards (Wales) 26487. 22 Rachel Breeze (Wales) 24 824. 23 Kathenne Benmon (Wales) 17.099. SHOOTING AIR RIFLE INDIVIDUAL 1 Guv Lonon (Can) 583. 2 Christopher Hector (Eng) 578 3 Mart Klepp (Can) 577. 4 Soma Dutta (India) 576. 5 Alison Hittmann (Aust) 575 6 Robert Smith (Eng) 573 7 Diana Preston (NZ) 572. 8 Robert Law (Scot) 571 . 9 Melanie Clavden Oersey) 571. 10 Ahster Allan (Scot) 570. 1 1 Edward Adlam (NZ) 570. 12 Wolfgang Jobst (Aust) 568. 13 Ian Donaldson (Guernsey) 563 14 Stewart Wat-terson (I of M) 560. 15Bhagirath Samai (India) 558. 16 Henry Creevy (I of M) 554. 17 Kazi Shahana Parveen (Bang) 552. 18 GM Haider (Bang) 550. 19 Chandnka Manawadu (S Un) 541. 20 Badrawathie Kodituwakku (S Un) 520. 2 1 Timothy Seeto (PNG) 48 1 . FREE PISTOL INDIVIDUAL Games Record: 553 1 Phillip Adams (Aust) 554 Comm Games Record. 2 Bengt Sandstrom (Aust) 549 3 Gilbert U (HK) 549. 4 Paul Leatherdale (Eng) 546. 5 David Lowe (Eng) 544. 6 Gregory Yelavich (NZ) 543. 7 Bnan Read (NZ) 543. 8 Stanley Wills (Can) 543. 9 John Rochon (Can) 537. 10 Ateeaur Rahman (Bang) 534. 11 Derek Mcintosh (Scot) 531. 12 Kar-Fai Ho (HK) 530. 12 Ian Redmond (Zimbabwe) 530. 14 Robbie Williamson (N Ire) 529. 15 William Thomson (Scot) 528. 16 Baljit Singh (India) 527. 17 Noel Duouemin (Guernsey) 525. 18 Derek Bernard Oersey) 524. 19 Ram Ul (India) 522. 19 Abdus Sattar (Bang) 522. 21 Richard Pirouet Oersey) 508. SWIMMING - MEN 10OM FREESTYLE World Record 4842s Games Record 50.81 s FINAL: 1 Andrew Baildon (Aust) 49 80s (Comm Games Record). 2 Christopher Fydler (Aust) 50 49. 3 Michael Fibbens (Eng) 50 76. 4 Marcel Gery (Can) 50 82. 5 John Steel (NZ) 51 17. 6 Gary Lord (Aust) 51 37. 7 Austyn Shortman (Eng) SI 72. 8 Steven Dronsfield (Eng) 52 26. Australia Bank proudly supports this coverage of the Commonwealth Games. & erSOll gets a silver medal after devoting the last two years of her life to a gold? First she goes to a press conference where she says: "I'm a little bit disappointed, but I'm ' pleased to get a silver medal." Then she goes to the shops with her mother and puts on her real face: one of bitter disappointment Australian Institute of Sport diver April Adams was a dejected figure as she stood outside Uncle's fast food outlet yesterday afternoon in the almost deserted West Auckland shopping centre, trying to decide whether to eat or let her mother put her arm around her. Adams came second in the woman's platform with 380.49 points to the favourite, Anna Dacyshyn, of Canada, who scored 391.68 points. Dacyshyn led into the second day of diving and it would have taken an almost perfect score from Adams on her last dive to overtake the Canadian. Yet Adams had a chance for the gold if she could have executed a good dive on her second last attempt, a backwards 2Vi somersault with tuck. The Canadian scored only 21.87 points on her equivalent attempt but Adams, who dived next, was too cautious and scored only 40.50 points. Her entry was too short, a symptom of the defensive approach she has taken to her diving in Auckland. Teape (Eng) 1358. 5 Nigel Walker (Wales) 13.78. 6 Kyle Vander Kuyp (Aust) 14.07. 7 Akwasi Abrefa (Ghana) 14 12. 8 Grant McNeil (NZ) 14.20. 9 Tim Soper (NZ) 1 4.28. 100M World Record 9.92 Games Record 10.07 1ST SEMI-FINAL: 1 Davidson Ezinwa (Nig) 10.19. 2 Marcus Adam (Eng) 10 31. 3 Tim Jackson (Aust) 1 034. 4 Osmond Ezinwa (Nig) 10.41. 5 Kennedy Ondiek (Kenya) 10.41. 6. John Mair 0am) 10.53. 7 EiHot Bunney (Scot) 10.56. 8 Raymond Stewart 0am) 11.15. 2ND SEMI-FINAL: 1 Linford Christie (Eng) 10.02GR. 2 Abdullahi Tetengi (Nig) 1 0 22. 3 Bruny Surin (Can) 1 0.24. 4 John Regis (Eng) 10.25. 5 Neil Desilva (Trin) 1030. 6 Jamie Henderson (Scot) 10.46. 7 Fabian Muyaba (Zimb) 10.46. 8 Joseph Gikonyo (Kenya) 1030. 9 Augustine Nketsia (Ghana) 10.56. FINAL: 1 Christie 9.93. 2 Ezinwa 10 05. 3 Surin 10 12.4Adam 10.14.5 Jackson 10 17.6 Tetengi 10.20.7 Regis 10.22.8 Desilva 10.35. 8 Ezinwa 10 35. 3.00OM STEEPLECHASE World Record 8:0535 Games Record 8:20.80 FINAL: 1 Julius Kanuki (Kenya) 82064GR. 2 Joshua Kipkemboi (Kenya) 8 24 26. 3 Colin Walker (Eng) 8:26.50. 4 Graeme Fell (Can) 8:27.64. 5 Shaun Creighton (Aust) 8 33.59. 6 Edison Wedderburn (Eng) 8 34 66. 7 Roger Hackney (Wales) 8.36.62. 8 Peter Renner (NZ) 8 38 61. 9 Gregor Cameron (NZ) 8:42.08. 10 Alain Boucher (Can) 8 42 97. 11 Sean Wade (NZ) 8:45 16. 12 Thomas Hanlon (Scot) 8:45.76. 13 Christopher Hawkins (Eng) 8:48 93. WOMEN 400m HURDLES World Record S2.94 Games Record 54.54 ROUND 1 HEAT 1: 1 Sally Gunnell (Eng) 56.81. 2 Lorraine Hanson (Eng) 57.14. 3 Jenny Laurendet (Aust) 57 20. 4 Rose Tata-Muya (Kenya) 5728. 5 Donalda Duprey (Can) 57.77. 6 Kim Petersen (NZ) 59.56. HEAT 2: 1 Debbie Flintoff-King (Aust) 5625. 2 Rosey Edeh (Can) 57 81. 3 Wendy Cearns (Eng) 58.00. 4 Elaine McLaughlin (N Ire) 58.48. 5 Jill McDermid (Can) 5937. 6 Anna Shattky (NZ) 1:0133. Stella Theochar-ous (Cyp) Disci. 100M World Record 1049 Games Record 11 JO0 1ST SEMI-FINAL: 1 Merlene Ottey 0am) 1120. 2 Sallvanne Short (Wales) 11.47. 3 Simmone Jacobs (Eng) 11 54. 4 Paula Dunn (Eng) 1 1 37. 5 Michelle Seymour (NZ) 1 1 69. 6 Helen Pirovano (NZ) 1 1.72. 7 Janis Neilson (Scot) 1 1 83. 8 Frasnce Gareau (Can) 1 2.01 . 9 Esmie Uwrence (Can) 1 2.02. 2ND SEMI-FINAL: 1 Kerry Johnson (Ausi) 20OM BACKSTROKE World Record 1mm 58.14s Games Record 2min 0235s FINAL: 1 Gary Anderson (Can) 2min 01 69s (Comm Games Record). 2 Paul Kingsman (NZ) 2 01 86. 3 Kevin Draxinger (Can) 2 02 02. 4 Gary Binfield (Eng) 2 03 40. 5 Grant Robins (Eng) 2 03 91. 6 Matthew O'Connor (Eng) 2 05 66. 7 Ian Rosser (Wales) 2 06 26. 8 Peter Doig (NZ) 2 08 33. WOMEN 100M BACKSTROKE World Record Imin 0039s Games Record 1 min 03.48s FINAL: 1 Nicole Livingstone (Aust) Imin 02 46s (Comm Games Record). 2 Anna Simcic (NZ) 1 02 55. 3 Johanna Griggs (Aust) 1 03 69. 4 Joanne Deakins (Eng) 1 04 13. 5 Lori Melien (Can) 1 04 48. 6 Katharine Read (Eng) 1 04 59. 7 Anne Barnes (Can) 1 04 74. 8 Sharon Musson (NZ) 1 05 26. 4O0M FREESTYLE World Record 4min 03.85s Games Record 4min 07.68s FINAL: 1 Hayley Lewis (Aust) 4min 08 89. 2 Julie McDonald (Aust) 4 09 72. 3 Janelle Elford (Aust) 4 10 74. 4 Phillippa Langrell (NZ) 4 15 64. 5 Linda Robinson (NZ) 4 18 69. 6 Ruth Gilfillan (Scot) 4 1 9 34. 7 Karen Mellor (Eng) 4 19 81.8 Michelle Sallee (Can) 4 20 07. 4x1 00M FREESTYLE World Record Jmin 4037s Games Record Smin 48.45s FINAL: 1 Australia 3mm 46 85s (Comm Games Record). 2 Canada 3 48 69. 3 England 3 51 26. 4 New Zealand 3 52 70. 5 Scotland 3 5621.6Wales357 17 SYNCHRONISED SOLO EVENT FINAL: 1 Sylvie Frechette (Can) 196 680 pts. 2 Kerry Shacklock (Eng) 184 790. 3 Semon Rohloff (Aust) 173.320. 4 Mandy Zukerman(NZ) 157.030. WEIGHTLIFTING 75KG OVERALL: 1 Ronald Laycock (Aust) 310 0. 2 Karnadhar Mondal (India) 305 0. 3 Benoit Gagne (Can) 2925. 4 Marco Lover (Can) 290.0. S Karl Jones (Wales) 290 0. 6 Bob Siape (PNG) 242 5. 7 Philip Ochieng (Kenya) 240 0. 8 Roger Token (PNG) 237 5. 9 Toetu Mika (W Sam) 210 0. 10 Paul Hoffman (Swazi) 202.5. 11 Damian Brown (Aust) 167.5. 12 Ricky Chaplin (Wales) 137 5. 823kg OVERALL: 1 David Morgan (Wales) 347 5. 2 Muviwa Odusanya (Nig) 332 5. 3 Andrew Cailard (Eng) 317 5. 4 Soronamuthu Karupas-wamy (India) 315 0. 5 Alain Bilodeau (Can) 312 5. 6 Allister Nalder (NZ) 307 5. 7 Svlvain Leblanc (Can) 3050. 8 Michael Foo-Chong (NZ) 282 5. 9 John McEwan (Scot) 275 0. 10 David Teiko (PNG) 255 0. 1 1 Adsulum Shabangu (Swazi) 2150. 12 Phillip Chnstou (Aust) 180.0. Queensland pair ' l el; Demolition: Australia's women's pairs team of Edda Bonutton, above, and Maureen Hobbs easily beat Papua New Guinea and the Cook Islands yesterday. 11.19. 2 Pauline Davis (Bah) 11.35. 3 Stephanie Douglas (Eng) 1 1 S3. 4 Briar Tooo (NZ) 1 135. 5 Oliver Acii (Uganda) 1 1.64. 6 Carmen Smart (Wales) 1 1 .66. 7 Nadine Halliday (Can) 11.88. 8 Elizabeth Onyambu (Kenya) 12.34. FINAL: 1 Ottey 1 1.02. 2 Johnson 1 1.17. 3 Davis 1 1 .20. 4 Douglas 1 1 .39. 5 Short 1 1 .41 . 6 Toos 1 1 46. 7 Jacobs 1 1 .53. 8 Dunn 1 1 .55. 9 Acii 11.65. 400M World Record 47.60 Games Record 51.02 FINAL: 1 Fatimat Jusuf (Nig) 51 08. 2 Lir.da Keough (Eng) 51.63. 3 Charity Opara (Nig) 52.01. 4 Maree Holland (Aust) 52.68. 5 Jennifer Stoute (Eng) 53.44. 6 Angela Piggford (Eng) 53.45. 7 Gail Harris (Can) 54 24. 8 Cheryl Allen (Can) S436. 9 Mercy Addy (Ghana) 57.01. DISCUS World Record 760 Games Record 6238 FINAL: 1 Lisa-Marie Vizaniari (Aust) 5638. 2 Jacqueline McKernan (N Irel) 54 86. 3 Astra Vitols (Aust) 53 84. 4 Elizabeth Ryan (NZ) 53.70. 5 Janette Picton (Eng) 53 14. 6 Jane Aucott (Eng) 5220. 7 Vanessa French (Aust) 51.20. 8 Sharon Andrews (Eng) 51.18. 9 Michelle Brotherton (Can) 49.64. 10 Siulolovao Ikavuka (T onga) 48.62. 3000M World Record 8:22.6? Games Record: 6:45-53 FINAL: 1 Angela Chalmers (Can) 8:38 38GR. 2 Yvonne Murray (Scot) 8:39.46. 3 Elizabeth McColgan (Scot) 8:47 66. 4 Karen Hutcheson (Scot) 8:48.72. 5 Carolyn Schuwa-low (Aust) 8:53 89. 6 Ruth Partridge (Eng) 8:59.77. 7 Leah Pells (Can) 9:02 29. 8 Jennifer Lund (Aust) 9:03.43. 9 Lizanne Bussieres (Can) 9:04.59. 1 0 Anne Hare (NZ) 9:1 5.49. 1 1 Alison Wyeth (Eng) 9:23 12. 12 Sonia Barry (NZ) 9:25.91. 13 Brenda Walker (I of M) 9 36 90. 14 Annie Kagona (Malawi) 9:51 41. 15 Khanyisile Lukhele (Swaz) 10:15.63. Christine Pfitzinger (NZ) DNF. Nicola Morris (Eng) DNF. BOWLS MP: Section A Rd 3: Eng 33 PNG 1 3. Zimb 27 Scot 1 3. NZ 25 Guernsey 24. Jersey 26 N Irel 20 Section B Rd 3: Wales 29 Bots 1 9. Can 18 Nort Is 14. W Samoa 41 Cook Is 12. Hong Kong 35 India 14. M FOURS: Section A Rd 1: Eng 29 Zimb 1 5. Norf Is 35 Swaziland 1 2. HK 20 Wales 1 8. Aust 38 W Samoa 11. Rd 2: Wales 30 W Samoa 12. N Irel 16 Norf Is 15. Aust 17 Eng 15. Hong Kong 22 Swaziland 15 Section B Rd 1 : Bots 33 Cook Is 8. Can 26 Zambia 1 2. PNG 23 NZ 22. Scot 20 India 16 Rd 2: NZ 33 Cook Is 16. Scot 22 Zambia 10. PNG 22 Bots 16. Can 25 India 22. WS: Section A Rd 7: Vaiee Siaosi (W Samoa) 25 Anne Morris (Zimb) 23. Babs Anderson (Bots) 25 Sheila Syvret Oersey) 1 0. Millie Khan (NZ) 25 Audrey Hefford (Aust) 1 1 Rd 8 Millie Khan 25 Wendy Line (Eng) 22. Rosemary McMahon (HK) 25 Babs Anderson 1 6. Sheila Syvret 25 Anne Morris 1 7. Section B Rd 5: Nga Beniamina (Cook Is) 25 Tina Reimer (Can) 18. Margaret Johnston (N Ire) 25 Senca McCrone (Scot) 20. Geua Tau (PNG) 25 Kay Dodd (Guern) 16. Janet Ackland (Wales) 25 Beatrice Mali (Zambia) 1 1 Rd 6: Kav Dodd 25 Janet Ackland 13. Geua Tau 25 Beatrice Malt 19. Senca McCrone 25 Tina Reimer 17. Margaret Johnston 25 Nga Beniamina 5. WP: Section A Rd 6: Aust 29 Cook Is 10. PNG 21 Zimb 15. Eng 20 N Ire! 14. Can 24 Wales 22. Rd 7: Aust 33 PNG 24. Eng 1 9 Can 14. Cook Is 33 Zimb 9. Wales 21 N Irel 14. Section B Rd 6: Bots 27 Norf Is 1 2. Guernsey 27 HKG 10. NZ 20 Scot 17. Rd 7: Scot 26 Hong Kong 14. NZ 24 Guernsey 20. W Samoa 22 Bots 18. BOXING LIGHT FLYWEIGHT Q-F: Dharmendar Yadav (India) b Chris Bryant (Aust) on pts. Abudrahaman Ramad-hani (Kenya) b Paul Weir (Scot) on pts. Domenic Figliomeni (Can) b Anthony Mwang'onda (Tanz) by points. Justin Juko (Uganda) b Stephen Dotse (Ghana) by points. FLYWEIGHT Q-F: Maurice Maina (Kenya) b Paul Wills (Aust) on pts. Wayne McCullough (N Ire) b Benjamin Mwangata (Tanz) on pts. Born Siwakwi (Zambia) b John McLean (Scot) by points. Nokuthula Tshabangu (Zimb) b Zoram Thanga (India) by points. FEATHERWEIGHT Q-F Haii Ally (Tanz) b John Williams (Wales) on ots. David Gakuha (Kenya) b Trust Ndhlovu (Zimb) on pts. James Nicolson (Aust) b Isaac Tembo (Zambia) by points. John Irwin (Eng) b Michael Strange (Can) points. LIGHTWEIGHT Q-F: Bakari Mambeva (Tanz) b John Mkangala (Malawi) on pts. Justin Rowsell (Aust) b William Irwin (Can) on pts. Godfrey Nyakana (Uganda) b Rasheed Wahab (Nig) by points. David Anderson (Scot) b Peter Richardson (Eng) by points. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT Q-F: Abdu Kaddu (Uganda) b Herman Paliie (Malawi) on pts. Joseph Akhasamba (Kenya) b Fulu Faalenuu (W Samoa) rsc injury. Dale Brown (Can) b Meldon Orr (Aust) bv RSC head blow. Nigel Anderson (NZ) b Monty Wright (Eng) by walk over. 3 ; HEAVYWEIGHT Preliminaries: Kevin Onwuka (Nig) b Justin Fortune (Aust) by points. George Onyango (Kenya) b Eliphis Mubiru (Uganda) by RSC neap mow. CYCLING MEN 4,000m INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT World Record 4:31.1 60 Games Record 4:43.920 QUALIFYING ROUND HEAT 2: David Cook (Can) 5:04.630 Richard Hughes (Wales) 0.410. HEAT 3: Jacques Naubert (Can) 4:56.640 Bryan Steel (Eng) 0.740. HEAT 4: Mark Kingsiand (Aust) 4:47.280 Craig Connell (NZ) 3.990. HEAT 5: Jason Smith (NZ) 4:50.880 Darren Winter (Aust) 1.190. HEAT 6: Garry Anderson (NZ) 4:48.170 Shaun O'Brien (Aust) 0.640. QUARTER-FINALS HEAT 1: Connell 4:48.900 b Smith 1.550. HEAT 2: Winter 4 50 510 b O'Brien 5.340 HEAT 3: Anderson b 4:48310 Naubert (Can) 4.570 HEAT 4: Kingsiand 4:48.130 b Steel 8.120 1.0OOm SPRINT World Record 10.118 Gams Record 10.790 ROUND 1 HEAT 1: 1 Curtis Harnett (Can) 12.820 2 Anthony Ward (Can). HEAT 2: 1 Gary Neiwand (Aust) 1 1 .660 2 Steven Paulding (Wales). HEAT 3: 1 David Spessot (Aust) 1 1 .730 2 Russell Ownsworth (NZ). HEAT 4: 1 Jon Andrews (NZ) 11380 2 Maxwell Cheesman (T rin). HEAT 5: 1 Peter Boyd (Eng) .000 2 Edward Alexander (Scot) 3 Richard Young (Can). Young relegated from 1 st. HEAT 6: 1 Stewart Brydon (Scot) 1 2 000 2 David Dew (Aust) 3 William Rastrick (NZ). ROUND 2 HEAT 1: 1 Harnett 1 1.290. 2 Cheesman. 3 Young. HEAT 2: 1 Neiwand 1 1 .740. 2 Alexander 3 Dew. HEAT 3: 1 Spessot 11.880. 2 Brydon 3 Paulding. HEAT 4: 1 Andrews 1 1 .980. 2 Ownsworth. 3 Boyd. RES ELECTION ROUND 1 HEAT 1 : 1 Dew 1 1 .920 2 Ward. HEAT 2: 1 Young 1 1 .590 2 Paulding. HEAT 3: 1 Ownsworth 11410 2 Rastrick. HEAT 4: 1 Cheesman 1 1.720 2 Alexander. HEAT S: 1 Alexander 1 1 .890 2 Ward HEAT 6: 1 Paulding 1 2.230 2 Rastrick. RESELECTION ROUND 2 HEAT 1 : 1 Cheesman 1 1 .620. 2 Boyd HEAT 2: 1 Alexander 1 1 540. 2 Paulding. HEAT 3: 1 Brydon 1 1 .570. 2 Young HEAT 4: 1 Ownsworth 1 1.860.2 Dew. WOMEN 1000m SPRINT World Record 11383 QUARTER-FINALS HEAT 1: 1 Tania Duff (NZ) 13380. 2 Alison Sydor (Can). HEAT 2: 1 Susan Golder (NZ) 13.670. 2 Samantha Deutscher (Can). HEAT 3: 1 Louise Jones (Wales) 13.130. 2 Roberta Rushworth (Enq). HEAT 4: 1 Julie Speight (Aust) 13250. 2 Jacqueline Harris (Eng). DIVING MEN 3M SPRINGBOARD FINAL: 1 Craig Rogerson (Aust) 594 84. 2 Mark Rourke (Can) 569 97. 3 Urry Flewwelling (Can) 56979. 4 Michael Murphy (Aust) 553 91. 5 Graeme Banks (Aust) 554.25. 6 David Bedard (Can) 553.23. 7 Robert Morgan (Wales) 547 26. 8 Jeffrey Arbon (Eng) 531 24. 9 Antonio Ali (Eng) 516 03. 10 Peter Smith (Scot) 491 .52. 1 1 Jason Statham (Eng) 479 25. 12 Stephen Forrest (Scot) 459.48. 13 Tony Young (NZ) 38931. WOMEN PLATFORM FINAL: I Anna Dacyshyn (Can) 391 68. 2 April Adams (Aust) 380.49. 3 Paige Gordon (Can) 380 43. 4 Lesley Ward (Eng) 353 85. 5 Susie Ryan (Eng) 331.17. 6 Tania Paterson (NZ) 329 16. 7 Ginine Flvnn (NZ) 314 34 8 Angela Borthwick (Can) 31 1 55. 9 Olivia Clark iwdicsj jiu.ui. iu vanessa tsaicer causi) 307.02. GYMNASTICS MEN FLOOR: 1 Neil Thomas (Eng) 9 750. 2 Alan Nolet (Can) 9.675. 3 Curtis Hibbert (Can) National making AUCKLAND: Australia could bring home four bowls gold medals and a bronze from the Commonwealth Games. The gold chances are in the men's and women's pairs and fours while Australia's singles representatives will battle for bronze medals. Although Rob Parrella (Queens land) plays the England maestro David Bryant today in what is expected to be the most spectacular match of the tournament, it will not have a significance on the destiny of the medals. If Parrella outplays the world's No 1, Bryant will still win section B to qualify for the singles final and another gold medal will bring his gold medal tally to a world-record five. It's a sad fact that Australian men have never won a singles gold either in Commonwealth Games or World Bowls championships. Audrey Hefford fought gallantly but unsuccessfully yesterday against New Zealand singles ace Nicholson aiming for the top after a gritty effort AUCKLAND: Gold Coast teenager Jamie Nicolson drew on his deepest reserves of courage to guarantee Australia's second boxing medal at the Commonwealth Games with a gutsy points verdict over the brawling Zambian Isaac Tembo last night With his legs like jelly for the final minute of the quarter-final featherweight bout, Nicolson hung on grimly as Tembo attempted to overturn his points deficit with street-fighting tactics: punching low, head-butting and dropping his shoulder in his quest for a last-gasp knock-out Nicolson survived the onslaught to stay on his feet until the final buzzer, earning his passage into the semi-finals to guarantee that he will return with 9 600. 4 Peter Hogan (Aust) 9450. 5 Ken Meredith (Aust) 9.400. 6 James May (Eng) 9350. 7 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9.250. 8 Craig Bruce (NZ) 8300. POMMEL: 1 Brennon Dowridc (Aust) 9.825. 2 Timothy Lees (Aust) 9.725. 3 James May (Eng) 9.700. 4 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9.400. 5 Bavid Lutterman (NZ) 9.300. 6 Alan Nolet (Can) 9.000. 7 Neil Thomas (Eng) 8.950. 8 Curtis Hibbert (Can) 8.850. RINGS: 1 Curtis Hibbert (Can) 9775. 2 James May (Eng) 9.750. 3 Ken Meredith (Aust) 9.72S. 4 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9.700. 5 Alan Nolet (Can) 9.625. 6 David Cox (Eng) 9.400. 7 Brennon Dowrick (Aust) 9.350. 8 David Griffith (Wales) 9250. 9 David Lutterman (NZ) 9.200. VAULT: 1 James May (Eng) 9.625. 2 Curtis Hibbert (Can) 9.575. 3 Timothy Lees (Aust) 9.250. 4 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9200. 5 Alan Nolet (Can) 9.175. 6 Terence Bartlett (Eng) 9.125. 6 Brennon Dowrick (Aust) 9.125. 8 Craig Bruce (NZ) 9.075. PARALLEL BARS: 1 Curtis Hibbert (Can) 9 800. 2 Ken Meredith (Aust) 9.675. 3 Peter Hogan (Aust) 9.600. 4 James May (Eng) 9500. 5 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9.150.6 Neil Thomas (Eng) 9.100. 7 Craig Bruce (NZ) 8.900. 8 Alan Nolet (Can) 8350. Weightlifter David Morgan, gold medals on Saturday in HORIZONTAL BAR: 1 Alan Nolet (Can) 9 850. 1 Curtis Hibbert (Can) 9.850. 3 Brennon Dowrick (Aust) 9 800. 4 James May (Eng) 9 750. 5 Terence Bartlett (Eng) 9 700. 6 Peter Hogan (Aust) 9 600. 7 David Lutterman (NZ) 9300. 8 Andrew Morris (Wales) 9.050. WOMEN VAULT: 1 Nicola Jenkins (NZ) 9 712. 2' Lori Strong (Can) 9.643. 3 Monique Allen (Aust) 9 506. 4 Louise Redding (Eng) 9 425. 5 Helen Richards (Wales) 9 199. 6 Stella Umeh (Can) 9.156.7 Michelle Telfer (Aust) 9087.8 Lorna Mainwanng (Eng) 9.012. UNEVEN BARS: 1 Monique Allen (Aust) 9 875. 2 Lon Strong (Can) 9 850. 3 Michelle Telfer (Aust) 9.737. 4 Unssa Lowing (Can) 9 700. 5 Louise Redding (Eng) 9 600. 6 Lisa Grayson (Eng) 9475. 7 Nicola Jenkins (NZ) 9.362. 8 Kirsty Strong (NZ) 8.825. BALANCE BEAM: 1 Lori Strong (Can) 9 850. 2 Unssa Lowing (Can) 9762. 3 Kylie Shadbolt (Aust) 9 700. 4 Monique Allen (Aust) 9.675. 5 Kirsty Strong (NZ) 9.462. 6 Louise Redding (Eng) 9.012. 7 Lorna Main-waring (Eng) 9.000. 8 Poon. Wai Yin Mickey (HK) 8.150. FLOOR: 1 Lori Strong (Can) 9887. 2 Unssa Lowing (Can) 9 837. 3 Kylie Shadbolt (Aust) 9 675. 4 Louise Redding (Eng) 9.6 1 2. 4 Lisa Grayson (Eng) 9612. 6 Carmel O'Loughlin (NZ) 9 437. 7 Lisa Read (Aust) 9.067. 8 Faith Arnott (Scot) 9.0 1 2. SHOOTING PAIRS RIFLE 3x40 1 Canada 2272. 2 England 2268. 3 Scotland 2258. 4 India 2245. 5 Australia 2234. 6 New Zealand 2229. 7 Jersey 2181. 8 N Ireland 2 179. 9 Isle of Man 2 178. Australia Bank Limited 1 the right moves LAWN BOWLS JIM McMENAMIN Millie Kahn, who won the Pacific Gold last July. Kahn was always in command and won convincingly 25-1 1. In the afternoon Kahn made herself the favourite to win the singles gold medal when she defeated England's singles champion Wendy Line, 25-22 after a titanic struggle. The Australian women's fours team will make their first appearance today against Canada, when they are expected to chalk up two points for a victory. The women's pairs team of Queenslanders Maureen Hobbs and Edda Bonutton performed two demolition jobs on Papua New BOXING MICHAEL COCKERILL at least a bronze medal. Nicolson's win was a much-needed fillip for the Australians during a weekend of disappointment. After the euphoria of the opening two days, when the first five Australians to box all won their fights, the team was brought back to earth with six losses in eight bouts. There are six Australians left with Nicolson and Justin Rowsell both into the semi-finals. A tearful Nicolson said later: SWIMMING MEN 400m FREESTYLE World Record 3:46.9S Games Record 3:5225 HEAT 1: 1 Turlough O'Hare (Can) 3:58 1 1. 2 Paul Brew (Scot) 3:58.55. 3 Jonathan Broughton (Eng) 3 59.67. 4 Campbell McNeil (Scot) 3:59 92. 5 Jeffrey Ong (Malay) 4:06.53. 6 Philip McGillion (N Ire) 4:0923. HEAT 2: 1 Kevin Boyd (Eng) 3:5638. 2 Ian Wilson (Eng) 3:56.51 . 3 Glen Housman (Aust) 3:56.57. 4 Michael McKenzie (Aust) 3:59.68. 5 Peter Henry (Scot) 4:1630. HEAT 3: 1 Ian Brown (Aust) 3:56 20. 2 Gary VanderMeulen (Can) 3:57.05. 3 Christopher Bowie (Can) 3:57.81. 4 Richard Tapper (NZ) 3:58.12. 5 Anthony Day (Wales) of Wales, who won three the 85kg division. 4:01.19. 6 Danyon Loader (NZ) 4:05.90. 7 Simon Kneebone (Guern) 4:32.88. FINAL: 1 Ian Brown (Aust) 3:49 91 (Comm Games record). 2 Glen Housman (Aust) 3:53.90. 3 Christopher Bowie (Can) 3:54.04. 4 Turlough O'Hare (Can) 3 54 40. 5 Kevin Boyd (Eng) 3:55 85. 6 Ian Wilson (Eng) 3:56.01. 7 Gary VanderMeulen (Can) 3:57.62. 8 Richard Tapper (NZ) 4:01.1 1. 200m BREASTSTROKE World Record 2:12.09 Games Record 2:1 625 HEAT 1: 1 Remington Shongwe (Swazi) 3:10.67 (sole entrant). HEAT 2: 1 Neil Hudghton (Scot) 2:1 8 67. 2 Rodney Uwson (Aust) 2:19 23. 3 Grant Forbes (NZ) 2:23 53. 4 James Parrack (Eng) 2:24.63. 5 Bryce Milsom (NZ) 2 28 93. 6 Bnan Lopez (Gib) 2:36.78. 7 Yue Ng (Sing) 2:37 48. HEAT 3: 1 Jon Cleveland (Can) 2 15 44. 2 Adrian Moorhouse (Eng) 2:1644. 3 Michael Mason (Can) 2:22.18. 4 Richard Lockhart (NZ) 2:23.46. 5 Shane Stigant (I of M) 2 33 65. 6 Graham Stigant (I of M) 2:37.14. 7 David Glover (I of M) 2:3920. HEAT 4: 1 Nicholas Gillingham (Eng) 2:15 11 (Comm Games record). 2 Philip Rogers (Aust) 2:19.22. 3 Brett Stocks (Aust) 2.2086. 4 Robert Fox (Can) 2 2204. 5 Richard Brown (Wales) 2:27.05. 6 Charalam-bos Panayides (Cyp) 2:34.1 3. FINAL: 1 Jon Cleveland (Can) 2 14 96GR. 2 Rodney Uwson (Aust) 2:15.68. 3 Nicholas Gillingham (Eng) 2:1602. 4 Adrian Moorhouse (Eng) 2 16 06. 5 Philip Rogers (Aust) 2 16 35. 6 Neil Hudghton (Scot) 2:18 85. 7 Robert Fox (Can) 2:20.14. 8 Brett Stocks (Aust) 2:21.27. 4x100m FREESTYLE World Record 3:1633 Games Record 3:2138 HEAT 1: 1 England 3:24.91 . 2 New Zealand 3:28 IS. 3 Hong Kong 3:37.98. 4 Isle of Man 3:5034. HEAT 2: 1 Australia 3:24 44. 2 Canada 3:24 84. 3 Scotland 3:36.54. 4 Bermuda 3:41.42.5 Gibraltar3:S3.03. ' Guinea 32-24 and Cook Island 29-10 to make them hot prospects for a gold. The men's pairs team of Ian Scbuback (NSW) and Queensland's Trevor Morris will front up to Zimbabwe this morning and Jersey this afternoon. The most heart-warming experience of this tournament was to see the Belrose champion Rex Johnston out-wit and out-play Tony Allcock of England rated internationally as the world's finest fours captain. The 39-year-old bowling marvel was one step ahead of Allcock throughout the day. Not only did his master his opponent by his superior repertoire of shots but most importantly he inspired his teammates Ken Woods, of the Australian Capital Territory, West Australian Dennis Katunarich and Denis Dalton, of Victoria so brilliantly that they played above themselves and eventually won 17-15. "It was one of the toughest fights I've been in, but now that I've won I won't be settling for the bronze. I'm after the gold medal." In the other bouts last night light-heavyweight Meldon Orr was stopped midway through the second round by Canadian Robert Brown, while heavyweight Justin Fortune lost on points to Nigerian Kevin Onwuka. In the early session yesterday it was a sorry tale for Australia's two smallest boxers, Chris Bryant (light-flyweight) and Paul Wills (flyweight). Bryant produced a brave effort but was outclassed by Indian Dharmendar Yadav, losing a unanimous points decision. Wills, however, can feel hard done by with a similar verdict going to Kenyan Maurice Maina. FINAL: 1 Australia 3:20 OSGR 2 Enolanrf 3 22 61. 3 Canada 3:22.79. 4 New Zealand 3 25 SS. 3.3660. 5 Scotland 3 32 11. 6 Hong Kong 7 Bermuda 3.37.26. 8 Isle of Man 3.4736. WOMEN 100m BUTTERFLY World Record 57.93 Games Record 1 :0122 HEAT 1: 1 Susan O'Neill (Aust) 1:02 28 2 N;ncy Sweetnam (Can) 1 03 30. 3 Kristin Topham (Can) 1 03.50. 4 Moica Cater (Can) 1 :04. 1 9. 5 Marion Madine (N Ire) 1:05.1 9. HEAT 2: 1 Lisa Curry-Kenny (Aust) 1:01.53. 2 Caroline Foot (Eng) 1 03 38 3 Anna Simcic (NZ) 1 04 08. 4 Monique Rod a hi (NZ) 1 04 73. 5 Maxine Lock (Wales) 1 04 99. 6 Michelle Tomiin (Guern) 1 : 1 0 90. HEAT 3: 1 Madeleine Scarborough (Eng) 1:02.26. 2 Samantha Purvis (Eng) 1.03 66. 3 Fiona Alessandn (Aust) 1 03 82. 4 Michelle Burke (NZ) 1 :05.43. 5 Jeanine Taylor Oersey) 1 :06.03. FINAL: 1 Lisa Curry-Kenny (Aust) 1 00.66CR. 2 Susan O'Neill (Aust) 1 til 03 3 Madeleine Scarborough (Eng) 1:0133. 4 Nancy Sweetnam (Can) 1:02.15. 5 Fiona Alessandn (Aust) 1:0229. 6 Caroline Foot (Eng) 1:02 93. 7 Samantha Purvis (Eng) 1 :03.58. 8 Kristin Topham (Can) 1 04.47. 10Om BREASTSTROKE World Record 1:07.91 Games Record 1 :1 0.84 HEAT 1: 1 Guvlaine Cloutier (Can) 1:11.89. 2 Jean Hill (Scot) 1:13.08. 3 Nicole Taylor (Aust) 1 :13 19. 4 Michaela Ross (NZ) 1 :15.14. 5 Fiona Ross (NZ) 1:16.05. HEAT 2: 1 Lara Hooiveld (Aust) 1 :1 1 86. 2 Lorraine Coombes (Eng) 1:12 01. 3 Nathalie Giguere (Can) 1 : 1 3.1 6. 4 Danielle Bates (NZ) 1:14 37. 5 Helen Morns (Aust) 1:15.50. 6 Raquel James (Trin) 1 23.88. HEAT 3: 1 Keltie Duggan (Can) 1 : 1 1 .26. 2 Susannah Brownsdon (Eng) 1 :1 2.03. 3 Margaret Hohmann (Eng) 1 :12 22. 4 Julia Henwood (Wales) 1:15 56. 5 Jennifer Smatt (Berm) 1 : 1 7.82. Suzanne Brown (I of M) Dsq FINAL: 1 Keltie Duggan (Can) 1 : 1 0 74GR. 2 Guylaine Cloutier (Can) 1:11 22. 3 Susannah Brownsdon (Eng) 1.1154. 4 Ura Hooiveld (Aust) 1:11.77. 5 Jean Hill (Scot) 111 85. 6 Lorraine Coombes (Eng) 111 90. 7 Margaret Hohmann (Eng) 1:12.10. 8 Nathalie Giguere (Can) 1:12.79. 800m FREESTYLE World Record 8:1622 Games Record 824.62 HEAT 1: 1 Janelle Elford (Aust) 8 41.22. 2 Michelle Sallee (Can) 8:53 33. 3 Joanne Currah (Can) 9:03.80. 4 Kimberley Dutton (PNG) 9 44.73 HEAT 2: 1 Julie McDonald (Aust) 8 46 74. 2 Shendan Burge-Looez (Aust) 8.47.05. 3 Phillippa Ungrell (NZ) 84790. 4 Karen Mellor (Eng) 8 48.09. 5 Elizabeth Arnold (Eng) 8:48.14. 6 Deborah Jones (Wales) 9: 1 3 61 . 7 Leigh Comerford (PNG) 9.42.86. Finals today. SYNCHRONISED DUET DAY ONE: 1 Kathryn Glen-Christine Ursen (Can) 1 90 470. 2 Sarah Northey-Kerry Shacklock (Eng) 183.035. 3 Lisa Lieschke-Se-mon Rohloff (Aust) 175 165. 4 Mandy Zukerman-ElizabethBurslem(NZ) 156345. TRIATHLON (DEMONSTRATION SPORT) MEN: 1 Rick Wells (NZ) 1:52 01. 2 Brad Beven (Aust) 1 .52 24. 3 Greg Welch (Aust) 1.5330. WOMEN: 1 Erin Baker (NZ) 2 05 07. 2 Carroll Montgomery (Can) 2:05.45. 3 Erin Christie (NZ) 2 0616. WEIGHLIFTING 90KG SNATCH World Record 1953kg 1 Duncan Dawkins (Eng) 162 5. 2 Keithr Boxell (Eng) 152 5. 3 Harvey Goodman (Aust) ISO 0 4 Yvan Darsigny (Can) 150.0. 5 Kevin Blake (NZ) 140 0. CLEAN & JERK World Record 2333kg 1 Dawkins 195 0. 2 Boxell 192 5. 3 Goodman 190.0. 4 Darsigny 180.0. 5 Blake 175.0. OVERALL WorW Record 4223ka 1 Dawkins 357 5. 2 Boxell 345 0. 3 Goodman 340.0. 4 Darsigny 330.0: 5 Blake 31S.0. 100KG SNATCH World Record 2003kg 1 Andrew Saxton (Eng) 165 0. 2 Garcth Hives (Wales) 160 0.3 Peter May (Eng) 145 0. 4 Guy Greavette (Can) 140.0. 5 Emil Huch (W Samoa) 1173. CLEAN & JERK World Record 2423kg Games Record 205.0kg 1 Saxton 197 5. 2 Hives 190 0. 3 May 1 75.0. 4 Greavette 1 75 0. 5 Huch 1 50.0. OVERALL World Record 4400kg 1 Saxton 3623. 2 Hives 3SOO. 3 May 320.0. 4 Greavette 31 5.0. 5 Huch 2673. A

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