The men's 10,000m was won on the line by Moses Kipsiro of Uganda ©Getty Images

Michael Conlan (red) added to Northen Ireland's boxing delight after making the bantamweight final with victory over Sean McGoldrick of Wales ©Getty ImagesElsabeth Black of Canada produced a stunning routine to win gold in the beam final ©Getty Images

Lynsey Sharp of Scotland revealed after winning silver in the women's 800m, that she had been in the Athletes' Village hospital overnight battling illness ©Getty Images

Chris Mears (left) and Jack Laugher of England on their way to gold in the men's synchronised 3m springboard final ©Getty Images

Usain Bolt finally stepped onto the Hampden Park track and helped his Jamaican team through to the final of the men's 4x100m relay ©Getty Images
Goalkeeper Maddie Hinch of England was mobbed by her team mates after making the decisive save in the penalty shootout against New Zealand to see them through to the final of the women's hockey ©Getty Images

Daniel Purvis of Scotland won the country's second gymnastics gold at Glasgow 2014 with victory in the parallel bars ©Getty Images

Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh is guaranteed at least a silver medal after winning her semi-final flyweight bout against Pinki Rani of India ©Getty Images

Steven Lewis led a 1-2 for England in the men's pole vault ©Getty Images

Australia left South Africa battered and bruised after thumping them 7-1 in their women's hockey semi-final clash ©Getty Images

David Peacock, Neil Speirs, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall gave the Scottish crowd reason to cheer at the Kelvingrove Lawns Bowls Centre after beating England 16-8 in the men's fours final ©Getty Images

After a troubled build-up, Australia's Sally Pearson silenced her critics by successfully defending her women's 100m hurdles Commonwealth crown ©Getty Images

Tianwei Feng of Singapore won gold in the women's table tennis singles ©Getty Images