Artistic gymnastics: Team final
Watch BBC coverage of the men's and women's finals as more golds are handed out on day five.
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Frankie Jones wins Wales' first Glasgow 2014 gold in the individual ribbon rhythmic gymnastics discipline.
Wales' Frankie Jones and Laura Halford win silver and bronze in the individual all-around rhythmic gymnastics final.
Frankie Jones praises Laura Halford and Nikara Jenkins after they win Wales' first Commonwealth Games rhythmic gymnastics team medal.
Wales claim team silver behind Canada in rhythmic gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Rhythmic gymnast Frankie Jones will be the flag bearer for Team Wales at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.
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Daniel Purvis insists the spirit of Scotland's gymnasts will help them earn a place on the podium at Glasgow 2014.
Twenty years ago Jo Walker became the first Scottish gymnast to win a medal at the Commonwealth games. She now lives, works and rock climbs in Cape Town.
Cara Kennedy and Carly Smith will represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games, having helped to launch Glasgow's bid.
Birmingham gymnast Mimi Cesar hopes that a good show at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will help to attract more funding.
Olympic silver medallist Louis Smith confirms for the first time that he will attempt to qualify for Rio 2016.
Olympic medallists Louis Smith and Max Whitlock are among 13 gymnasts who will represent England in Glasgow.
British champion Laura Halford believes Wales can claim rhythmic gymnastics medal glory at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Jersey's first-ever Commonwealth Games gymnast says she is still surprised at being told she had made the island's team.
The British team has an "amazing" chance of success at the Rio Olympics according to former gymnast Beth Tweddle.
Max Whitlock wins pommel gold as Britain's men equal their record medal haul at the European Artistic Gymnastic Championships.
Teenager Nile Wilson becomes the first gymnast to win five gold medals at the same junior European competition, in Bulgaria.
Great Britain's men fail to retain their team title at the European Artistic Championships, finishing second to Russia.
Nile Wilson and Brinn Bevan add to GB's success by securing gold and bronze medals in the European Championships.