With Olympic stars Usain Bolt and Tom Daley on the scene, day 10 was always going to be a high octane day of sport!

Jamaica’s team of Stewart, Campbell-Brown, Calvert and Fraser-pryce (JAM) won the gold medal in the Women’s 4x100m Relay

Jamaica dominated both the Men’s and Women’s 4X100m Relay at Hampden tonight, truly making the capacity crowd emit the famous ‘Hampden Roar’. After neat interchanges from Jason Livermore to Kemar Bailey-Cole to the man of the moment Usain Bolt, the Caribbean nation set the pace of the relay and recorded a Commonwealth record of 37.58.

England ran a tight race with Jamaica but ultimately settled for Silver and hotly tipped Trinidad and Tobago took the Bronze medal.

Jamaica’s team of Kerron Stewart, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Schillonie Calvert and Shelly-Ann Fraser-pryce (JAM) won the gold medal in the Women’s 4x100m Relay at Hampden Park on Saturday. Nigeria took Silver and England the Bronze.

Mercy Cherono (KEN) won the Women’s 5000m final on Saturday to hand Kenya its fourth consecutive gold in this event at the Commonwealth Games.

The last time Kenya failed to pick up Commonwealth Games gold in women’s 5000m was at Manchester 2002, when Maria Mutola (MOZ) triumphed.

At the Glasgow Games, all women’s running events with a distance of 800m or longer have been won by an athlete from Kenya (excluding para events).

Janet Kisa (KEN) took Silver, to bring Kenya its first ever one-two finish in this event at the Commonwealth Games. The last CGA to claim gold and Silver in Women’s 5000m was Mozambique at Kuala Lumpur 1998.

Jo Pavey (ENG) clinched bronze, England’s first Commonwealth Games medal in this event since 1998, when Diane Modahl (ENG) finished in third place.

The 40-year-old became the first English athlete over 40 to claim a medal in athletics at the Commonwealth Games since Judy Oakes (40) in 1998, when she won gold in women’s shot put at Kuala Lumpur 1998.

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