The team gymnastics finals come to a conclusion with England's men and women both sitting in gold medal positions.
Adam Gemili claimed the silver medal in the men's 100m final in Glasgow, with Jamaican Kemar Bailey-Cole taking gold.
Yorkshire teenager Sophie Taylor broke her own British record to secure gold in the women's 100 metres breaststroke.
Nick Matthew retained his Commonwealth Games squash title after a rip-roaring five-set final against James Willstrop.
Alex Marshall and Paul Foster beat Malaysia to hand Scotland their first Commonwealth Games bowls gold in eight years.
Erraid Davies has told Sky Sports of her pride after winning a Commonwealth Games bronze medal.
Olympic champion and world No 1 Nicola Adams will be in action as women's boxing makes a Commonwealth debut on day five.
Sam Oldham had a mixed first day in the men's gymnastics in Glasgow but is still in the hunt for medals.
South Africa became the first side to beat New Zealand in Commonwealth Games history as they claimed rugby sevens gold.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor and Fran Halsall both picked up gold medals in the pool at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday.
Laura Trott took Commonwealth gold for England after edging out Elinor Barker in the women's points race.
Australia's Michael Shelley took the first athletics gold of the Commonwealth Games in the men's marathon.
England will hope for more gold in the swimming pool on the fourth day of competition at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Euan Burton won Commonwealth gold in the men's under-100kg judo final, but wife Gemma Gibbons had to settle for silver.
Scotland's Commonwealth Games flag-bearer Euan Burton has confirmed his retirement despite winning gold in Glasgow.
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