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That's all for tonight. It has been a day of highs and lows for Oxfordshire competitors at Glasgow 2014. Congratulations to Dan Rivers on his shooting gold, but commiserations to Lawrence Clarke and Hannah England
England didn't quite have the legs there and faded to seventh place in 4.11.10. Kenya's Faith Kibiegon won in 4.08.94, while England's Laura Weightman was second in 4.09.24.
England is seventh
Still very bunched
800m to go
1min 10secs at 400m so slow pace
Three laps to go
Hannah England has countrywomen Laura Weightman and Jemma Simpson alongside her, while Scotland's Laura Muir carries home hopes
The women's 1,500m final is imminent as the men's hammer final continues
William Sharman gets a decent roar as he collect his 110m hurdles silver medal. He matches his feat from Delhi.
The athletes are out on the track for the women's 1,500m final. Both heats, the first in particular, were fast yesterday. Who will set the pace tonight or are we in for a tactical battle.
We have a couple of women's heptathlon 200m races before the 1,500m final
Good shout out from Hannah England's Oxford City AC clubmate Nathan Douglas, who will be in triple jump action on Friday.
Oxford, get The Commonwealth Games on to watch @hannengland at 9.50pm in the 1500m final!— @NathanJDouglas 29 July 2014
Clarke has plenty of time to bounce back. He is much better than that.
Ran like a Wally. Apologies all. Thank you for the outstanding support. I will right my wrongs in Zurich.— @lawrence_clarke 29 July 2014
Let's hope Hannah England has better fortune in the final race of the night - the 1,500m final.
Clarke had a race to forget and hit two hurdles hard as he tried to push towards the end. Clarke clocked 13.84secs, but there was a silver for England's Will Sharman. The winning time was 13.32secs, which is just outside Clarke's personal best.
Clarke finishes eighth
There are a few shouts from the crowd for England's William Sharman, who should challenge for gold.
The athletes are out for the 110m hurdles final.
The hurdles are being put out for the the 110m final. Can Lawrence Clarke match his medal from Delhi 2010?
Jamaica's Stephanie McPherson takes victory with a late surge to head a one-two-three for her country
The women's 400m final is now the only track event before Lawrence Clarke races.
Trinidad's Lalonde Gordon wins, but there is a shock as Botswana's Isaac Makwala misses out.
We have one more men's 400m semi-final before the ladies' final
Olympic champion Kirani James wins the second 400m semi-final in 45.14
It's 35 minutes until the 110m hurdles final where Oxfordshire's Lawrence Clarke goes in lane 8. He came fourth in the Olympic final from lane 1, so he can deal with being on the outside.
Rooney wins in 45.22.
Martyn Rooney runs for England in the first 400m semi-final
But before that we have the men's 100m medal ceremony
The next track event is the men's 400m semi-finals
Joyce Chepkiriu took victory after a sprint finish in 32.09.35
We now have a decisive break from the three Kenyans
Scotland's Beth Potter now leads the 10,000m, which the crowd love
They go through 5,000m at 16mins 32secs, so this should quicken up.
The 10,000m is proving a race of surges, but is hard to see beyond a Kenyan winner.
The women's 10,000m final is now under way - and there are already two groups after one lap!
The first final of the night is the women's triple jump.
Waiting to see @lawrence_clarke boss the hurdles final #CommonwealthGames http://t.co/wSJkVCOnhc— @willorde 29 July 2014
Lawrence Clarke is first up at 8.45pm, while Hannah England's 1,500m closes the session at 9.50pm.
We are supporting @hannengland tonight in the 1500m! #gohann— @Getfeedbackltd 29 July 2014
The evening athletics session begins in 25 minutes with the decathlon javelin. It's time to turn our attention to Lawrence Clarke and Hannah England in the 110m hurdles and 1,500m finals respectively.
Dan Rivers has said winning gold was amazing and that he took his chance with both hands. Look out for full coverage in tomorrow's Oxford Mail.
So proud of you @danrivers_GB (Oxford Audi technician) - a gold medal winner in the @thecgf (50m Rifle 3). #winning http://t.co/accNOSPIpz— @RidgewayGroup 29 July 2014
Rivers's fellow St Birinus School, Didcot old boy Ben Watson goes in the weightlifting tomorrow night. Hopefully, he can be inspired by his friend's success.
Dan Rivers has set the standard. Can Lawrence Clarke and Hannah England follow tonight?
Dan is definitely proving the man on twitter!
Just watched mens 50m 3 position rifle competition and im so jealous :P well done to @danrivers_GB :D— @Jessie16W 29 July 2014
A second shooting gold of the day for @weRengland! Congratulations to @danrivers_GB winning the men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions. #TeamEngland— @sotic 29 July 2014
WOW!! What an outstanding performance from @danrivers_GB!! #2014shooting #Teamengland— @KatieeGleeson 29 July 2014
I'm sure @danrivers_GB was disappointed with the 50M prone yesterday but today he came back with a GOLD in the 3P GO DAN! #Glasgow2014— @Olski 29 July 2014
What a dominant display from Dan Rivers. He has now won two medals at Glasgow 2014. It's Rio 2016 next.
Rivers wins gold!
Rivers leads by 4.8!
Rivers now leads by 3.9 with two rounds and ten shots left
Having shot sitting and prone, the final stage is standing. We are two thirds of the way through and will now see shooters eliminated.
Rivers now 1.2 ahead of Parr. It's getting very close.
Rivers' lead cut to 1.6 points
Rivers extends his lead to 3.8 points after round four.
We are one third of the way through.
Excellent stuff as Rivers leads by 3.1 points after round three.
Rivers lead by one point after round two.
Rivers is second after first round of shots. England teammate Kenny Parr leads.
Here we go. Come on Dan!
The shooters are getting ready at Carnoustie in the men's 50m rifle three positions competition. Didcot's Dan Rivers qualified in first place. Can he win a second medal?
England's Alice Barnes, who was born in Oxford, finished fifth in the women's mountain bike event at Cathkin Braes. Barnes recorded a time of 1hr 43mins 27secs.
Osagie was later disqualified for impeding Thomas, but England may appeal
Osagie takes third to make the semi-finals, despite colliding with Wales' Joe Thomas at the finish.
England's Andrew Osagie goes in 800m heat three and should be well placed to progress.
Rudisha cruises to victory ahead of England's Michael Rimmer
It's men's 800m time now, with Kenyan world record holder David Rudisha going in heat one. Rudisha is one of the real stars of world athletics and the 2012 Olympic champion
Earlier this morning, Oxford University graduate James Jurkiewicz was part of the Guernsey men's swimming team, who finished fifth in their 4x100m medley relay heat.
There is a huge roar as Child powers to victory in 55.56secs
Back on the track, home favourite Elidh Child goes in the women's 400m hurdles heats.
England's John Lane and Ashley Bryant are challenging for a bronze medal in the men's decathlon. England's No 3 ranked decathlete this year is Abingdon-based soldier Osman Muskwe. These games have come too soon for him as he set a personal best of 7,565 points earlier this month, but he is one to look out for.
Team mate William Sharman (left) catching hurdle here joins Lawrence Clarke in this evenings 110m hurdles final.
Lawrence Clarke's second place in his 110 hurdles heat earns him a place in this evenings final. Shot by Damian Halliwell
And Weir secures a popular victory.
Back on the track, David 'the weir wolf' Weir goes in the T54 1,500m
Nice little training session this morning, keeping things moving— @NathanJDouglas 29 July 2014
Lawrence Clarke's final is at 8.45pm tonight, with Hannah England in the 1,500m at 9.50pm. Meanwhile, Oxford triple jumper Nathan Douglas is preparing for his campaign, which starts on Friday.
Dan Rivers's final is at 3.30pm. Can he claim a second medal of the games?
4 @GBShooting athletes in the 3P final! Congrats @KenParr_Shooter @danrivers_GB @neilstirton & Jon Hammond #domination #shooting2014— @soarhill 29 July 2014
Didcot shooter Dan Rivers has qualified in first place for the 50m rifle three position final
Congrats on reaching the final @lawrence_clarke— @mlowry82 29 July 2014
Clarke said: "It was emotional. I was almost in tears on the start line. It's six years I have been waiting for this moment and now it's come true. I have an opportunity tonight, it's a home games and I'm hoping and praying that I piece it all together this evening."
Clarke said the wind had changed during his race, while he was also almost running solo as Jamaican Hansle Parchment was a late withdrawal. Parchment, who has run 12.94 this season, was expected to challenge for gold and would have been in the next door lane to Clarke.
Clarke clocked 13.63secs, but did enough to make the final. Fellow England man William Sharman joins him after finishing second in heat three.
Clarke second so makes final
Clarke is in lane 3. Come on Lawrence
Clarke is out on the track going through his final preparations
Turner led England's William Sharman and Clarke to an England 1-2-3 at Delhi 2010
Andy Turner hits the second hurdle hard and pulls up. Disaster as the defending champion crashes out.
Lawrence Clarke's England teammate and defending Commonwealth champion Andy Turner goes in heat one of the sprint hurdles in five minutes.
Over at Carnoustie, the marathon three position rifle qualifying still goes on as Didcot's Dan Rivers seeks a final spot.
We should have an idea of what time could reach the final from heat one.
Lawrence Clarke goes in the second of three 110m hurdles heats. It's the first two and two fastest losers who will make tonight's final.
There is also a Games record in the women's hepatathlon 100m hurdles as Canada's Jessica Zelinka clocks 12.83secs. This looks a good morning for hurdling.
England men's hockey, featuring Oxford University graduate Dan Fox, lose 2-1 to New Zealand
Here's the view from the press box
England's Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford qualifies for the final with his first leap - an 8.05m effort.
Canada's Damian Warner wins heat three in 13.50secs - a new Commonwealth decathlon record and a time that might be good enough to get into the individual final as well. Great work.
We have the decathlon 110m hurdles to set the scene before Clarke and co show us how it's done
The athletics action is about to begin at Hampden Park where Lawrence Clarke will take to the track in an hour's time.
Good luck to @lawrence_clarke @andyturner110h and @williamsharman in today's 110m hurdles. Smash it!! #CommonwealthGames— @rocky_dsilva 29 July 2014
Dan Rivers has consistently been in the top eight so far. It's looking good for the Didcot man.
Also a little later, Alice Barnes, who was born in Oxford, races for England in the women's mountain bike event at Cathkin Braes. Her race starts at 11.31am.
#TeamEngland's Day 6 challenge is underway, with @KenParr_Shooter and @danrivers_GB in men's 50m rifle 3 position qualification.— @weRengland 29 July 2014
There are 17 shooters in Dan Rivers's qualifier, with eight going through to the final at 3.30pm today.
Lawrence Clarke, from Christmas Common, goes in the 110m hurdles heats at the very precise time of 11.01am.
Meanwhile, over at the hockey it's a 9am pushback for England's men, featuring Oxford University graduate Dan Rivers, who take on New Zealand.
Wantage Target Shooting Club member Rivers is looking to add to the 10m bronze he won on day one.
It's an early start for Didcot shooter Dan Rivers, who begins his 50m rifle three position qualifying at 8.30am up at Carnoustie.