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Commonwealth GamesGrandstand

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Live coverage begins at the Manchester Aquatics Centre with this morning's swimming heats. Of the 120 medals on offer in all aquatics events four years ago, Australia took 58, Canada 30 and England 26.
The Australians lookjustas strong this time around with Geoff Huegill and Matthew Welsh among those aiming for medals and the England challenge should be strong with two-time Commonwealth gold medallist Mark Foster in the pool. Commentators Andy Jameson , Adrian Moorhouse , Marc Woods and Sarah Bailey.
Also news from Heaton Park of the two disability bowls finals taking place today, the men's triples and the women's singles forthe blind.
John Inverdale and Sharron Davies introduce the action, with Garth Crooks. Including News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Huegill
Unknown: Matthew Welsh
Unknown: Mark Foster
Commentators: Andy Jameson
Commentators: Adrian Moorhouse
Commentators: Marc Woods
Commentators: Sarah Bailey.
Unknown: Heaton Park
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Sharron Davies
Unknown: Garth Crooks.

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Commonwealth GamesGrandstand

BBC One London, 1 August 2002 9.50






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