ΑΠΟΤΕΛΕΣΜΑΤΑ ΚΟΛΥΜΒΗΣΗΣ ΣΤ? ΗΜΕΡΑΣ ΑΓΩΝΩΝ ΚΟΙΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΕΙΑΣ,ΝΕΟ ΔΕΛΧΙ-ΙΝΔΙΑ

Men’s

50m Freestyle Final: 1 Brent Matthew Hayden (Can) 22.01secs, 2 Roland Mark Schoeman (Rsa) 22.14, 3 Gideon Abraham Louw (Rsa) 22.22, 4 Simon Andrew Burnett (Eng) 22.44, 5 Cameron Colin Prosser (Aus) 22.46, 6 Eamon Wade Sullivan (Aus) 22.51, 7 Adam Thorp Brown (Eng) 22.51, 8 David Dunford (Ken) 22.64

1500m Freestyle: Final: 1 Ryan Andrew Cochrane (Can) 15mins 01.490secs, 2 Heerden Herman (Can) 15:03.700, 3 Daniel Fogg (Eng) 15:13.500, 4 Mark Brian Randall (Rsa) 15:15.400, 5 David Davies (Wal) 15:20.380, 6 Ryan Francis Kevin Napoleon (Aus) 15:28.700, 7 Sean Penhale (Can) 15:39.390, 8 Richard Charlesworth (Eng) 15:42.770

200m Breaststroke Final: 1 Brenton Scott Rickard (Aus) 2mins 10.89secs, 2 Michael John Jamieson (Sco) 2:10.97, 3 Christian David Sprenger (Aus) 2:11.44, 4 Andrew Stephen Willis (Eng) 2:11.49, 5 Kristopher Jon Gilchrist (Sco) 2:11.77, 6 Robert Holderness (Wal) 2:11.85, 7 Craig Hugh Calder (Aus) 2:13.39, 8 Glenn Andrew Mark Snyders (Nzl) 2:14.42

4 x 100m Medley Relay Final: 1 Australia 3mins 33.15secs, 2 South Africa 3:36.12, 3 England (Antony John James & Daniel Jozef Sliwinski & Liam John Tancock & Simon Andrew Burnett) 3:36.31, 4 Canada 3:37.61, 5 Scotland (Craig Mcnally & Andrew Fletcher Mayor & Andrew Roy Philip Hunter & Michael John Jamieson) 3:40.68, 6 India 3:47.23, 7 Malaysia 3:48.70, 8 Guernsey 3:55.16

Women’s

200m Butterfly Final: 1 Jessicah Lee Schipper (Aus) 2mins 07.04secs, 2 Audrey Lacroix (Can) 2:07.31, 3 Ellen May Gandy (Eng) 2:07.75, 4 Samantha Lee Hamill (Aus) 2:07.84, 5 Jemma Louise Lowe (Wal) 2:08.28, 6 MacKenzie Downing (Can) 2:11.05, 7 Jessica Dickons (Eng) 2:11.24, 8 Felicity Madeline Galvez (Aus) 2:13.19

400m Individual Medley Final: 1 Hannah Louise Miley (Sco) 4mins 38.83secs, 2 Samantha Lee Hamill (Aus) 4:39.45, 3 Keri-Anne Payne (Eng) 4:41.07, 4 Blair Catherine Evans (Aus) 4:41.51, 5 Aimee Willmott (Eng) 4:44.87, 6 Stephanie Mary Proud (Eng) 4:46.17, 7 Alexandra Komarnycky (Can) 4:47.69, 8 Sycerika Marie Mcmahon (NIrl) 4:52.47

4x100m Medley Relay Final: 1 Australia 3mins 56.99secs, 2 England (Francesca Jean Halsall & Kate Emma Haywood & Ellen May Gandy & Gemma Mary Spofforth) 4:00.09, 3 Canada 4:03.96, 4 Wales (Jemma Louise Lowe & Georgia Beth Davies Davies & Sara Louise Lougher & Jazmin Roxy Carlin) 4:05.88, 5 Scotland (Louise Pate & Caitlin Mcclatchey & Kathryn Ellen Johnstone & Hannah Louise Miley) 4:11.53, 6 Northern Ireland (Clare Jean Heather Dawson & Bethany Anne Carson & Melanie Nocher & Sycerika Marie Mcmahon) 4:18.47, 7 Malaysia 4:23.40, 8 India 4:37.97

Australia once again ruled the pool at Delhi 2010 and the signs are that this is not about to change anytime soon.

The Australians won 21 Gold, 16 Silver and 16 Bronze medals in the six-day meet, with Alicia Coutts (AUS) taking most Golds – five- and Emily Seebohm (AUS) collecting a total of eight medals in all.

Some 24 Games records were broken, most of them by the powerhouse Australians.

England was a distant second in the medal standings, with seven Gold, 16 Silver and 11 Bronze, while South Africa finished a surprising third with seven Gold, four silver and five Bronze.