If Loughborough was a country it would have finished sixth in the overall 2022 Commonwealth Games medal table – ahead of South Africa, Jamaica, and Nigeria.
Loughborough-linked athletes have won another two silver medals on the final day of action at the Commonwealth Games.
England Men’s hockey team landed a third consecutive Commonwealth Games bronze medal after defeating South Africa 6-3 in Birmingham.
England Women won a historic hockey gold on the penultimate day of action at the Commonwealth Games.
Alumna Beth Dobbin claimed a dramatic bronze medal with Team Scotland in the Women’s 4x400m Relay after England’s disqualification at Alexander Stadium.
England Women’s hockey side won a first-ever Commonwealth Games gold medal after defeating Australia 2-1 in Birmingham.
Loughborough-linked athletes claimed another three medals on the penultimate morning of sporting action at the Commonwealth Games.
Loughborough’s Commonwealth Games medal count grew to 38 as two more bronze medals were awarded to its athletes on Saturday.
Pole Vaulter Harry Coppell’s clearance of 5.50m was enough to claim a maiden Commonwealth medal as the British record holder won bronze on Saturday evening.
World champion middle-distance runner Jake Wightman had to settle for Commonwealth bronze as Australia’s Oliver Hoare stunned the field to take the Men’s 1500m title in Birmingham.
Loughborough alumna Maddie Hinch was the hero as England Women’s hockey side beat New Zealand in a penalty shoot-out to progress to Sunday’s gold medal match.
As Commonwealth Games fever continues to grip the nation many of us will feel inspired by events in Birmingham.
Another four medals were awarded to Loughborough’s athletes during Thursday’s evening session at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Loughborough athletes kept up their record of medalling every day at the Commonwealth Games as six more medals were secured on Thursday.
Zoe Newson and Olivia Broome completed an England 1-2 in the Para Powerlifting Lightweight category to win gold and silver respectively at the Commonwealth Games.
Loughborough continued its streak of medals at the Commonwealth Games after another remarkable night of action on day six.
Loughborough’s 2022 Commonwealth Games medal haul continued to gather momentum after another incredible evening on Wednesday.
Loughborough athletes won an incredible nine medals on day five of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Loughborough athletes claimed an astonishing ten medals on a stirring night of sporting drama at the Commonwealth Games.
Loughborough’s medal rush continued in earnest on another incredible day at the Commonwealth Games.
Loughborough pair Abbie Wood and Sophie Capewell both added further Commonwealth medals to their collection on another impressive night of sport in Birmingham.
Alumnus Chris Murray set a new Commonwealth Games record on the way to winning gold in the Men’s 81kg weightlifting final.
Five medals were won by Loughborough-linked athletes on a phenomenal day three at the commonwealth games in Birmingham.
Loughborough athletes James Wilby, Sophie Capewell, and Abbie Wood all medalled on an unforgettable night at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Loughborough-linked athletes played a vital role as Team England secured two goal medals in the triathlon events on day three at the Commonwealth Games.
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