Sports · August 3, 2022

Commonwealth Games 2022 live 100 meters last time AEST Rohan Browning: results, program, medal count

A valuable lesson for all sprinters: run to the finish.

It’s a lesson Nigel Ellis will never forget after the Jamaican relaxed, even bending backwards as he crossed the finish line in the men’s 100m heats. A costly mistake and a rookie mistake that cost him his place in the semifinals.

Social media had a field day with the mistake saying she had “pulled a Shericka” referring to Ellis compatriot Shericka Jackson who ran over the finish line in the Olympic heats last year, a move that ended her campaign. .

While expensive for the Jamaican, it was great for Australia with our man Jake Doran reaching for the finish line and securing his place in the next round with a 10.30 time just two hundredths of a second faster than the his rival in third place.

Doran is one of two Australians to make it to the semifinals with Rohan “The Flying Mullet” Browning who left the debacle of the world championships behind to reach the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games.

Browning didn’t get out of Eugene’s heats last month, but the Flying Mullet made it back to town, finishing in 10.10 seconds.


Final Ariarne Titmus 400m freestyle

Sam Short 1500m freestyle final

Mixed 4x100m male and female relays

04:00 AEST Rohan Browning and Jake Doran in the men’s 100m semi-final

04:35 semi-finals of the women’s 100 meters

6:30 AEST final men’s 100 meters

6:45 AEST final of the women’s 100 meters

4am AEST Brandon Starc in the men’s high jump


The day after saying he wasn’t bothered by the Commonwealth Games and that the Olympics were more important, British swimming hero Adam Peaty apologized for being a “moody bastard”.

Peaty was criticized for his comments by former swimmer Mark Foster who accused the breaststroke champion of failing to meet the event, particularly as he is a paid ambassador for Birmingham 2022.

Peaty, who broke his foot just 10 weeks ago and was in doubt for the Games, made the comments after his era of invincibility in the men’s 100 breaststroke was cut off by fellow countryman James Wilby in shocked shock.

He bounced to win gold in the 50 breaststroke before apologizing.

“I hold myself responsible for that,” Peaty said.

“But you know, people don’t understand the least of the least. Mark hadn’t done that in a long time. “As an athlete at that moment I was at a minimum. I had nothing else to say, nothing else to do, I was like ‘I’m retiring here.’ And that was my kind of scapegoat.

“I can be a mardy b ** tard! It means a lot to me. You can see it. But I want to apologize to all those who worked hard to get to these Games. “


By Joe Barton

Australia’s double gold hockey ambitions are firmly in hand, with the Hockeyroos poised to “tear apart” anyone who stands in their way.

Australia finished the group stage with a perfect record, conceding zero goals en route to the top of Pool B, which ended Wednesday with a well-deserved 2-0 win over Scotland.

As the Kookaburras darted into their pool, scoring goals left, right and center, the women had to fight and fight for every win.

And so it was against Scotland, with the Hockeyroos dominating ball possession and beautifully moving the ball out of defense and through the midfield, but with no scoring to prove it.

Yet when Shanea Tonkin finished a classy team goal early in the fourth quarter, Australia were on track for a fourth straight win and were building to banish cruel memories of defeat with Gold’s gold medal. Coast four years ago.

“We know that if we play our way we will be able to tear anyone apart,” said defender Karri Sommerville.

“So this is the plan.”


British cyclist Matt Walls shared a photo from his hospital bed just days after a freak accident at the velodrome saw him and his bike catapulted through the crowd injuring himself and spectators.

The walls were feared to have sustained significant injuries when paramedics placed privacy barriers around him as he was treated on the floor where he had crashed into a number of fans.

The action at the velodrome was suspended and all members of the public were asked to leave while Walls received treatment.

Incredibly, the 24-year-old avoided serious injuries and was discharged from the hospital 24 hours after the incident with stitches on his head.

Two other motorcyclists were hospitalized and two members of the public were left bleeding and bruised.

Walls’ parents weren’t at the velodrome but had watched in horror the incident that was broadcast on TV.

Her mother Lorraine ran from her hotel to the velodrome to get news about her son.

“It was a horrible time, but after 45 minutes we felt that Matt was conscious and Lorraine came to the velodrome and we could all relax,” said Wall’s father, Larry.

“I was watching the Games live on TV and Lorraine ran from the hotel to the velodrome after learning of the accident.

“Lorraine and Matt’s girlfriend Fleur visited him at the hospital and he was in good shape and was admitted to a hotel that evening.”


Tyson Otto

British swimming goliath Adam Peaty apologized for an “arrogant” interview that followed his incredible collapse in the 100m breaststroke at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.

Peaty’s defeat in case he had owned it for 10 years left Australian legend Ian Thorpe in awe. It was a result that hardly anyone saw coming.

The world record holder was undefeated in the 100 breaststroke at major fights since 2014. He qualified fastest for the final and was leading the event with 25 meters to go.

However, England teammate James Wilby preceded him to take gold.

The extent of the boil was written all over Wilby’s stunned face as he looked at the big screen to see that he had won.

With Australians Zac Stubblety-Cook and Sam Williamson exploding to their deaths, Peaty suddenly went from the gold medal position to completely losing the podium.

It was an explosive fallout on the result, with the 27-year-old saying he won’t be returning to the Commonwealth Games in four years.

A social media reaction ensued for comments that were branded as “arrogant” by fans.

Peaty spoke to the BBC on the pool deck after he ran out of medals and said losing at the Commonwealth Games meant little to him after he had already collected three Olympic gold medals.

“It’s not great, but it’s not bad either,” Peaty said.

“It will probably be my last try tomorrow, but I don’t worry. The Commonwealths for me, in the grand scheme of things … it’s been about two years (the Olympics).

“It’s not a lack of respect. I am still four weeks in my schedule, I cannot place this expectation on myself. “

Retired British swimmer Mark Foster responded to Peaty’s comments, saying, “I think he’s trying to say it doesn’t matter, it matters.

“It’s the Commonwealth Games, it’s a multi-sport event and I think when it was growing up, the Commonwealth Games would have been a big deal.

“But the fact that he has won many World Championships and Olympic Games is perhaps trying to play down that it doesn’t matter.”

Birmingham Mail reported that fans on social media claimed Peaty’s comments were “arrogant” and “disrespectful”.

“Adam Peaty is disrespectful to every other athlete at the Commonwealth Games. Acting like he doesn’t care. While all the other athletes are doing their best to win medals, “wrote a Twitter user.

Another posted: “Adam Peaty, I think you need to take a deep breath, talk to yourself and take a look at the para swimmers. I really respected you and what you were trying to achieve, but I feel disappointed with tonight’s comments.

World record holder Peaty qualified second fastest for the 50m breaststroke final on Wednesday morning, behind Australia’s Sam Williamson.

After moving on to the final, which he subsequently won, Peaty seemed to apologize for his comments.

He wrote on Twitter: “Grateful for all the support messages I am receiving right now. It has been an incredibly difficult time in the last few months, but especially in the last few days.

“Sometimes in the heat of the moment my emotions improve me and I can’t speak with a clear mind.”


The sun

Sprint star Ayanda Malaza suffered a heartbreaking injury during her race for glory at the Commonwealth Games.

The 19-year-old broke into tears when he was removed from the track in a wheelchair after stopping in his 100m run on Tuesday.

Malaza, from Eswatini, looked uncomfortable as he started from the blocks.

The race had already suffered a false start when Nigeria’s godson Oke Oghenebrume started too early.

And Malaza unfortunately changed something the second time around.

He collapsed to the ground as his rivals continued their race to the finish line.

Malaza could be seen tightening her hamstring as she waved her arm for attention.

And the doctors quickly rushed to the scene as Malaza started crying.

There was no chance the star could go off track.

And so a wheelchair was taken out to carry Malaza for further treatment.

It is not the first unfortunate incident to occur in this year’s matches.

Cyclist Matt Walls escaped a serious injury after crashing into a crowd at the London Velodrome on Sunday.

And the women’s 10km Scratch Race saw a female cyclist fall off her bike before being hit by an opponent.