Glasgow 2014 round-up: Day Nine
The Commonwealth Games is 11 days of non-stop action.
With 4,000 athletes, 261 medal ceremonies and 71 teams, it can be easy to lose track.
But, don't worry, as each day passes we'll give you a round-up of the winners, the losers, and what's going on social media.
So, here's what happened today.
It was a good day for Team Scotland, with three golds, one silver, and two bronze.
Scotland's silver came with a spirited run from Lynsey Sharp in the 800m with it later emerging, in an emotional interview, that she had spent the night in hospital.
The two bronze medals were won in boxing, with Reece McFadden and Stephen Lavelle both losing out in their semi final bouts.
Nigerian triple jumper Olumide Olamgoke collided with no less than two officials while warming up during qualifying for the men's triple jump.
The Medal Table
Scotland's three gold medals on Day Nine solidified the team's grip on fourth place, with them now being four golds ahead of India in fifth.
England look to be pulling away at the top of the table - they are now eight golds ahead of Australia at the top of the table.
Wales are in 12th place, with Northern Ireland 24th.
Keep up to date with the medal table here.
Tweets of the day
1. Team Jamaica 4x100m Relays #LetsDoThis #Glasgow2014
Usain Bolt tweeted this photo of the Jamaican relay team shortly before they stormed to victory in the heats.
2. This was my everything. I love you all. Never ever give up. Always be grateful.
An emotional Lynsey Sharp tweets her thoughts after her 800m silver.
3. Ha ha, Charlie Flynn tells John Inverdale he'll probably "drap deed" in celebration if wins gold tomorrow.
BBC Scotland's Phil Goodlad tweets this quote from Charlie Flynn just after the boxer won his 60kg category semi-final.
Watch sprint star Usain Bolt guiding Jamaica to victory as he runs the final leg in their men's 4x100m relay heat.
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