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Live Reporting

Amy Lofthouse, Jonathan Jurejko, Craig Nelson and Tom Mallows

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    You can catch up on all of today's action with Today at the Games, which is streaming at the top of this page.

    There's also reports, analysis and videos galore of everything that's gone down in Birmingham.

    We'll be back from 09:00 BST tomorrow to see what Day 10 has in store.

    In a bit!

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    Video caption: Watch: Chalmers wins Guernsey's first ever Commonwealth athletics medal
  2. What's happening on day 10?

    Sunday is the busiest day of Birmingham 2022 with an incredible 45 gold medals up for grabs.

    The men's cycling road race features Olympic and Tour de France superstars Geraint Thomas for Wales and Mark Cavendish for the Isle of Man.

    On the athletics track Eilish McColgan is set to feature for Scotland in the women's 5,000m, with team-mate Laura Muir in the women's 1500m.

    Athletics: Women's 100m hurdles, 400m, javelin, 4x100m relay, long jump, 1500m, 5,000m and 4x400m relay, men's triple jump, 400m, 10km race walk, 4x100m relay, javelin, 800m and 4x400m relay.

    Diving: Women's 3m springboard, men's 10m platform

    Road cycling: Women's and men's road race

    Squash: Mixed doubles

    Table tennis: Women's singles, men's doubles and classes 8-10 singles, mixed doubles.

    There are also 16 gold medals to be won in the boxing, as well as gold medal matches in beach volleyball, cricket, hockey and netball.

  3. Thrills and spills

    No-one ever said watching sport was easy. Here are some of the biggest highs - and lows - on another emotional day in Birmingham.

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    Video caption: Commonwealth Games: Gemma Frizelle wins gold in rhythmic individual hoop gymnastics

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    Video caption: Watch: Best dives from England's 3m springboard final clean sweep

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    Video caption: Watch: England player Layla Guscoth has run-in with goal post

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    Video caption: Watch: 'Incredible' Moraa wins gold in women's 800m final for Kenya

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    Video caption: Commonwealth Games: England's Nick Miller claims gold and defends his men's hammer title

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    Video caption: Commonwealth Games: Jamaica dance on to netball final after beating New Zealand

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    Video caption: England's Amy Pharaoh and Sophie Tolchard claim silver in thrilling final to Australia
  4. What happened on day nine?

    Here's a recap of what happened on a packed day nine at Birmingham 2022:

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    Video caption: Watch: 'Incredible' Moraa wins gold in women's 800m final for Kenya
  5. Today at the Games

    What a day that was.

  6. Waller & Selby into last four

    Men's doubles quarter-final

    England's Adrian Waller made it two wins on the night after securing a spot in the men's doubles semi-finals to add to the mixed doubles final place he won earlier in the night.

    Waller and Darryl Selby came from a game down to win 2-1 against Canada's Nick Sachvie and David Baillargeon, 10-11 11-5 11-8.

    The victory set up a semi-final against Scotland's Greg Lobban and Rory Stewart, which will be played on Sunday.

    Waller will also partner Alison Waters in the mixed doubles final on Sunday against New Zealand's Paul Coll and Joelle King.

  7. Post update

    Women's 200m final

    Another day, another medal for Elaine Thompson-Herah.

    She might not be at her best just yet, but she was dominant in Birmingham tonight.

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    Video caption: 'Different class' - Elaine Thompson-Herah cruises to 200m gold
  8. Hughes 'really happy' with silver

    Men's 200m final

    England's Zharnel Hughes, speaking to BBC One after winning silver in the men's 200m final:

    "I really enjoyed myself. You saw the celebration at the end of it.

    "This is my first 200m of the season so to come away with a medal, I'm really happy with it. Onto the Euros next."

  9. 'What a game - on every single level'

    Australia 3-2 England

    Simon Mason

    Ex-GB Olympic hockey player on BBC TV

    What a game - on every single level. England decided the way to fight fire is with fire. The scoreline doesn't tell the whole story - it was just a battle from minute one. It was fabulous to watch.

  10. Australia top medal table

    Here's how the medal table looks with two days of the Games still to go.

  11. 'Penalty corners have been awful'

    Australia 3-2 England

    Simon Mason

    Ex-GB Olympic hockey player on BBC TV

    The only thing I would criticise England for has been their penalty corners - which have been awful. They have had 13 missed opportunities from penalty corners. There is no variety.

  12. Australia through to final

    Australia 3-2 England

    It's all over! Australia have edged past England after a titanic tussle to reach the final, where they will face India for the gold medal.

    The England players look devastated, they gave it absolutely everything.

    They will now face South Africa for bronze.

  13. 'England are giving it everything'

    Australia 3-2 England

    Simon Mason

    Ex-GB Olympic hockey player on BBC TV

    Australia are happy to stretch England - they have got that scoreboard comfort. But England are going at this. They are giving it everything they have got.

  14. England throwing everything forward

    Australia 3-2 England

    England are giving this a real go. They are now playing without a goalkeeper as Oliver Payne is replaced by Liam Ansell.

    A minute left.

  15. Gold - Kurtis Marschall - Australia

    Men's pole vault final

    And that wonderful first-time clearance of 5.65m ensures Kurtis Marschall's title defence is complete!

    He's going to have another jump, actually, just to keep the crowd entertained.

  16. Silver - Adam Hague - England

    Men's pole vault final

    Not to be!

    After finishing fourth on the Gold Coast in 2018, Adam Hague walks away with a silver medal.

    "Amazing work, dude!" is the congratulations from Kurtis Marschall.

  17. Post update

    Men's pole vault final

    Here's Adam Hague, having a third and final crack at 5.65m.

    He urges the crowd on to make some noise...

  18. Bronze - Harry Coppell - England

    Men's pole vault final

    Harry Coppell has one last shot at clearing 5.65m, and misses.

    He'll take bronze - and it's still on for the gold medal, with Australia's Kurtis Marschall leading England's Adam Hague in the closing stages.

  19. England pressing for leveller

    Australia 3-2 England

    England are pushing for a late equaliser here in front of an increasingly raucous crowd.

    They win three penalty corners in quick succession. The third of which sees Nicholas Bandurak's effort cleared off the line by Flynn Ogilvie.

    Seven minutes left. Australia hanging on.

  20. 'Kudos to her for putting it all on the line'

    Women's 200m final

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    The lanes don't really matter for Elaine. She has great technique, great speed - although I did not expect her to separate from the field that much.

    Kudos to her for coming here, not being in the best shape, but not being afraid to compete and putting it all on the line.

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