Steve Lewis came out on top of an epic duel with Luke Cutts to take gold ahead of Cutts' silver in the men's pole vault. Isobel Pooley, Tiffany Porter and Jade Lally also claimed medals on another great night at Hampden Park.
Braintree and District Athletics Club were recently presented with their Accredited Clubmark Status certificate by Karen Stephanou (Club and Coach Support Officer for Essex and Herts). The Club has worked really hard to develop its junior section and have used Clubmark as a tool to improve areas within the club, including two satellite clubs linking into the club.
There are only two weeks to go to take advantage of the National Coaching Conference early bird booking. Book before 15th August 2014 and save £10. Help to build a generation of talented athletes like Jessica Judd, Hayley McClean and Jodie Williams all competing at the Commonwealth Games and stepping up to the mark through support from their coaches.
Eammon Martin, Diane Modahl and Sally Gunnell won events that will be decided at today's Commonwealth Games.
David Weir dominated the men's T54 1500m to win gold as a new generation of athletes broke through to medal in the women's 200m, long jump and T54 1500m.
Steve Cram, Sally Gunnell, Marcus Adam and Kriss Akabusi are just some of the English athletes who have previously won events that will be decided at today's Commonwealth Games.
Kent Endurance, part of the Kent and Medway Athletics Network, have held a series of Developing Steeplechasers workshops and races sessions over the past few months.
Greg Rutherford was delighted to leap to the Commonwealth title at Hampden Park as Jess Taylor secured bronze in the women's heptathlon.
With Jess Taylor lying third in the heptathlon and some strong qualifying performances this morning saw England athletes are in good positions for success at Glasgow 2014.
As the Commonwealth Games take place in Glasgow we are following the action and looking back at the athletes who have made history at past events. Daley Thompson, Kelly Holmes, and Ashia Hansen are just some of the English athletes who have previously won events that will be decided at today's Commonwealth Games.