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Hundreds of football fans joined forces and hit the road to Wembley as Prostate Cancer UK’s Football March for Men made further strides to stop prostate cancer being a killer.

London table-tennis star Tin-Tin Ho had more success on day seven of the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

University of East London’s Ali Jawad won another para-powerlifting medal for England at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

England’s Adam Gemili played down injury fears after he reached the Commonwealth Games 100m final.

Woodford Green’s Mark Dry won bronze in the hammer for Scotland on the opening afternoon of athletics action at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

Former UEL student Aimee Willmott was one of two English underdogs with Scottish ties to shock favourites from Scotland and take Commonwealth Games gold on Thursday.

England’s Adam Gemili is ready to return as a solo star at the Commonwealth Games.

When you win a medal at the World Championships on your home track, you would think that would signal a successful summer – but not for Newham & Essex Beagles’ Rabah Yousif.

Romford Town Swimming Club’s David Ebanks is competing at his second Commonwealth Games – for the Cayman Islands.

When it comes to netball, the Commonwealth Games really is the sport’s Olympics and former Barking Abbey Academy pupil Kadeen Corbin is going for gold.

Havering’s Emily Defroand says England’s women want a medal at the Commonwealth Games, but knows they have to focus on each step of their journey.

Tin-Tin Ho is competing in her second Commonwealth Games at the tender age of 19.

Commonwealth Games Federation boss David Grevemberg believes the event has never been more ‘relevant’ than it is now – because it has finally stopped trying to be a mini Olympics.

My first memories of the Commonwealth Games are from 1982, catching a glimpse of ‘Breakfast from Brisbane’ on TV before heading off to school.

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