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England poised for gymnastics gold

England's Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Nile Wilson and Kristian Thomas wave to the crowd after scoring a total of 266.804

England's men have all but claimed gymnastics team gold while Scotland are poised to claim their first ever Commonwealth team medal after Tuesday's opening session at the Hydro.

Moeen told to take off wristbands

Moeen Ali was seen wearing his Gaza wristbands on day two of the third Test against India

Moeen Ali must stop wearing his 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands while playing for England, the International Cricket Council has decided.

Van Gaal: Shaw not fit enough

Luke Shaw, centre, has been charged with raising his fitness levels for Manchester United

Manchester United have had to devise a special training programme to get Luke Shaw in shape for the start of the season.

Gemili has Jamaica in his sights

England's Adam Gemili reacts to his silver medal performance in the 100m final

Adam Gemili has Usain Bolt and the Jamaicans in his sights after the English sprinter won 100 metres silver at the Commonwealth Games.

Hamilton stands by Hungary decision

Lewis Hamilton remained defiant he had done nothing wrong in Hungary

Lewis Hamilton has vowed to continue racing his heart out no matter the circumstances to avoid a scenario where he looks back at the end of the season and thinks "if only".

Bell happy to help Buttler shine

Jos Buttler, left, and Ian Bell, right, were among the runs for England on Monday

Ian Bell vented his frustrations on India's bowlers, but was equally delighted at being able to help debutant Jos Buttler make such a success of his maiden Test innings at the Ageas Bowl.

Jamaica joy and Gemili takes silver

Adam Gemili, middle, took silver in the 100m final

Kemar Bailey-Cole took advantage of the absence of his training partner Usain Bolt to blaze to the Commonwealth 100 metres title in Glasgow as England's Adam Gemili took silver.

ECB okay with Moeen wristbands

Moeen Ali wore visible wristbands declaring his support for Gaza

England are prepared to let all-rounder Moeen Ali continue wearing wristbands declaring his support for the population of Gaza, during the remainder of the third Investec Test.

Matthew retains squash title

Nick Matthew, pictured, beat James Willstrop to retain his Commonwealth Games squash title

Nick Matthew said his natural stubbornness made the crucial difference after dredging up a fractious five-game victory over England rival James Willstrop to retain his Commonwealth Games men's squash title at Scotstoun.

Bell keeps England on top

Ian Bell returned to form with a vengeance at the Ageas Bowl

Ian Bell turned on the style to give England the impetus to try to turn promise into a shot at victory over India at the Ageas Bowl.

Arsenal complete Chambers deal

Calum Chambers has penned a 'long-term' contract with Arsenal

Arsenal have signed full-back Calum Chambers from Southampton for an undisclosed fee, the London club have announced.

South Africa hold on for series win

Hashim Amla occupied the crease well to help South Africa draw the second Test

South Africa will go back to the top of the International Cricket Council Test rankings after some stubborn batting helped them to a hard-fought draw against Sri Lanka in Colombo.

Hamilton: I can handle pressure

Lewis Hamilton feels Formula One's forthcoming summer break will serve him well

Lewis Hamilton feels he has proven after two of the toughest weeks of his Formula One career he is not a driver to crack under pressure.

England remain in charge

Ian Bell was unbeaten on 68 at lunch

Gary Ballance and Ian Bell consolidated England's dominance on the second morning against India at the Ageas Bowl.

Rio 2016 'on track' to meet targets

Rio 2016 communications director Mario Andrada said 'huge progress' had been made in recent months

Rio 2016 Olympic organisers have labelled criticism of their preparations by a senior IOC figure "as ill-informed and wrong" and said they are now on course to meet their targets.

Greaves grabs discus gold

Dan Greaves struck gold in the men's discus F42/F44 competition at Hampden Park

Dan Greaves struck Commonwealth gold for England with victory in the F42/44 discus at a noisy Hampden Park on Monday.