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Laura Halford defends Senior Rhythmic British title

Frankie JONES [Silver], Laura HALFORD [Bronze], [Rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around] Frankie JONES [Silver], [Rhythmic gymnastics individual hoop] Frankie JONES [Silver], [Rhythmic gymnastics individual ball] Laura HALFORD [Bronze], [Rhythmic gymnastics individual ball] Frankie JONES [Silver], [Rhythmic gymnastics individual clubs] Jones silver in the the individual hoop final silver in the individual ball final with Laura Halford taking bronze. Jones second in the clubs event.

Laura Halford of Wales competes in the Hoop Rotation of the Individual All-Around Rhythmic Gymnastics at the SSE Hydro during day two of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 25, 2014 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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In pictures: Celebrating victory

There are many ways to celebrate winning gold at the Olympics, as Britain's Charlotte Dujardin shows after winning as part of the dressage team

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Samantha Kinghorn, has become the first person in the UK to be supplied with a new every day carbon fibre wheelchair from mobility specialists Ottobock. Provided by Bromakin Wheelchairs,

Leah Williamson scored a unique penalty for England U-19s. In an unprecedented ruling, Uefa ordered the game with Norway to restart in injury time due to a refereeing error in Saturday's first match. Trailing 2-1, England encroached at a penalty that should have been retaken. By beating Switzerland earlier on Thursday, Williamson knew she had to score for England to top their group. But the 18-year-old had to endure a five-hour wait between the end of the Switzerland game and her penalty.