Commonwealth Games 2022 LIVE: Day 4 Updates As Jarman Wins Gold On Gym Floor


Commonwealth Games: Matt Walls involved in serious track cycling crash

The 2022 Commonwealth Games continue today with 28 gold medals up for grabs in a variety of sports. England’s Adam Peaty returns to the pool for the 50m breaststroke heats after missing out on the medals in yesterday’s 100m final. It was a shocking defeat for the Englishman – and his first since 2015 – as compatriot James Wilby took the gold while Peaty said he had “nothing left in the tank with 25 meters to go”.

England, Scotland and Wales are all involved in the semi-finals of the lawn bowls this morning, before Ashley Mckenzie, the 2014 Commonwealth gold medalist, gets to work in the 60kg judo division. In the Arena, the first day of the individual apparatus final offers five gold gymnastics medals. England’s Courtney Tulloch tries to defend his 2018 ring gold, while teammate Giarnni Regini-Morgan is a European silver medalist in the floor event. Northern Ireland’s Rhys McClenaghan – who has been cleared to participate after an argument over his eligibility – is the favorite to pick up the gold with bows he also won in 2018.

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Today is also the last day for track cycling. England’s Matt Walls won the Tokyo 2020 points race en route to winning the Olympic omnium title but is not involved after his horrific crash yesterday, so New Zealand’s Campbell Stewart, who won Olympic silver behind Walls, is the favourite. For Scotland, 2018 silver medal winner Neah Evans could do even better in the women’s scratch race, although Laura Kenny is expected to ride her for England.

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Commonwealth Games 2022 – Lawn Bowls

Great work from Scotland in the semi-finals of the men’s and women’s para pairs B6-B8. Garry Brown and Kevin Wallace get the job done for Scotland men against New Zealand’s Mark Noble and Graham Skellern.

Rosemary Lenton, who will soon turn 73, can earn a Commonwealth Games gold along with Pauline Wilson after beating Engladn to reach the final.

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Both pairs will compete against Australia for gold.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Lawn Bowls

England win gold in men’s triple!

Peace of mind reigns as Louis Ridout, Nick Brett and Jamie Chestney score a point in each of the final two ends to beat Australia 14-12.

What a backlash from the Aussies, they forced the game to the very last end but England just crossed the line!


2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

Here’s England’s Jake Jarmon taking home his third Commonwealth Games gold medal. He also competes in the jump and parallel bars finals, so can increase his tally.

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Commonwealth Games 2022 – Lawn Bowls

Also in Victoria Park, the Welsh trio of Owain Dando, Ross Owen and Jonathan Tomlinson claimed their country’s 10th medal from the 2022 Commonwealth Games with bronze in the men’s triples.

They defeated Fiji 21-7 to claim a first Wales bowls medal in Birmingham. They have now won one gold, two silver and seven bronze.


Commonwealth Games 2022 – Lawn Bowls

It’s all happening in Victoria Park! Australia have come back from a 12-1 deficit against England and are tied at 12-12 with two more finishes in the men’s triple gold medal.

What a conclusion we have here.


2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

Jake Jarman is a three-time Commonwealth Games champion.

He adds to his men’s team and all-round gold by also winning the men’s individual floor!




2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

As it stands, England’s Jake Jarman is in the gold medal position with a brilliantly fantastic 14,666 routine. Canada’s Felix Dolci is second with 14.166 and England’s Giarnni Regini-Moran takes bronze.

The investigation is over and Jarman takes his third gold medal!


2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

Australian Clay Mason Stephens stumbles a few times during his routine and won’t beat Jake Jarman. The Englishman is going to win another gold medal!

Northern Ireland’s Eamon Montgomery has launched an official inquiry into his scores.


2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

Craig Heap, a former Commonwealth Games gold-winning gymnast, comments for the TBEN, saying: “That’s the best floor routine I’ve seen in these championships.

“Jake Jarman, you are a legend.”


2022 Commonwealth Games – Gymnastics

The British floor champion won all-round gold yesterday and has opted for a tough routine for today’s individual event.

It’s a 14,666! Jake Jarman is in the gold medal position!

Can he add to his all-round gold from yesterday? There is still one gymnast to go, but that score is huge, Jarman is definitely going to win gold.