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PHOTOS: Gold medal winners on Day 10 of the CWG

Last updated on: August 03, 2014 15:12 IST

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Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa created history by winning the first-ever gold medal in squash.

Dipika and Joshana stole the limelight with their historic feat as they beat Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro of England 11-6, 11-8 in the women’s doubles squash final on the 10th day of competitions in this edition. It was the first squash medal for India in the Commonwealth Games.

The fifth-seeded Indian pair of Dipika and Joshana made short work of their English opponents with a 11-6, 11-8 win in the best-of-three game final.

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Image: India's Dipika Pallikal is joined by boyfriend Dinesh Karthik after winning the squash doubles gold with Joshna Chinappa on Saturday
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Six-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt stole the show to give the Commonwealth Games the moment it had been waiting for by leading Jamaica to gold in the 4x100 metres relay on Saturday.

Eight-times world champion Bolt delighted the HampdenPark crowd as he raced down the home straight to give Jamaica victory in a Games record time of 37.58 seconds.

In doing so the towering sprinter also claimed the first Commonwealth medal of his illustrious career.

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Image: Usain Bolt of Jamaica runs the anchor leg in the mens 4x100m relay during day 10 of the 20th Commonwealth Games at Hampden Park Athletics stadium on Saturday
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Kenya also left Hampden with three golds as James Kiplagat Magut made a late surge to win the men’s 1,500, while Mercy Cherono claimed the women’s 5,000 and Julius Kiplagat Yego threw 83.87 metres in tricky conditions to scoop the men’s javelin.

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Image: (Left-Right) Silver medalist Ronald Kwemoi of Kenya, gold medalist James Kiplagat Magut of Kenya and bronze medalist Nick Willis of New Zealand pose on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men�s 1500 metres at Hampden Park on Saturday
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Matthew Hudson-Smith anchored England to gold in a thrilling men’s 4x400 final while Australia’s Alana Boyd cleared 4.50 in the women’s pole vault to retain her title.

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Image: Conrad Williams, Matthew Hudson-Smith and Daniel Awde of England celebrate winning gold in the Men’s 4x400 metres relay at Hampden Park on Saturtay
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South Africa’s Khotso Mokoena won the men’s triple jump.  Arpinder Singh gave India its third medal in athletics as he won a bronze in men's triple jump event to end their campaign.

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Image: Khotso Mokoena of South Africa with his gold medal in the mens triple jump on Saturday
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England's Tom Daley retained his 10-metre platform diving title with a dominant display at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday.

Daley produced a stunning performance to score 516.55 points and beat second-placed Malaysian Ooi Tze Liang (433.70) by a large margin. Canadian Vincent Riendeau (429.25) was third.

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Image: Tom Daley of England celebrates on the podium with his coach Jane Figueiredo after winning the Gold medal in the Men's 10m Platform Final at the Royal Commonwealth Pool on Saturday
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England's Nicola Adams won the first ever women's boxing gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday, repeating the feat she achieved at the Olympics two years ago.

The 31-year-old flyweight beat Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh on a split decision after landing cleaner shots throughout the four-round bout.

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Image: Nicola Adams (right) of England celebrates winning the gold medal against Michaela Walsh of Northern Ireland in the Women's Fly (48 - 51kg) Final at SSE Hydro during day ten of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on Saturday
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Jamaica picked up further gold medals on the final day of athletics as Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce anchored the women's 4x100 team to victory, while Stephanie McPherson, who won the 400 gold on Tuesday, helped the Jamaicans clinch the 4x400 relay title.

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Image: Schillonie Calvert, Shelly-ann Fraser-Pryce, Kerron Stewart and Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica celebrate winning gold in the Women's 4x100 metres relay final on Saturday
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