Commonwealth Games

Team SA results: Day Six

2014-07-29 13:29
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Team SA won four gold medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland on Monday.

Cape Town - Here is the lowdown as to how those South Africans in action at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have fared so far today.


Men’s decathlon, 110 hurdles: Fredriech Pretorius finished second in his heat in 14.62.
Willem Coertzen withdrew from the competition, injured.
Men’s long jump, qualifying: Both Rushwahl Samaai and Zarck Visser qualified for the final. Samaai produced an 8.03m leap and Visser 7.99m as they qualified second and third overall.

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Men’s singles, Section D, Round 3: Fresh from a gold medal in the men’s triples, Bobby Donnelly beat Matthew Le Ber, of Guernsey, 21-14.
Women’s Pairs, Section C, Round 2: South Africa lost to the Norfolk Island 26-10.
Open Triples, B6/B7/B8. Section A, Round 2: South Africa beat Australia 21-9.


Men’s freestyle, 74kg, Round of 16: Gerald Meyer beat Rashji Mackey, of Bahamas, by great superiority (a difference of six points) with the loser without points.

Men’s freestyle, 125kg, Round of 16: Aden Digovich lost to Zaman Anwar, of Pakistan, by technical superiority. (First period 1-6, second period 0-6).


SA duo Sebastien Rousseau and Chad le Clos have qualified third and seventh fastest respectively for the final of the men's 200IM.
The SA women's 4x100m medley relay team has qualified sixth fastest for the final togther with the men's 4x100m medley relay team.


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