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Mia Valley dives for gold at the Commonwealth Games | Commonwealth Games

A double-medalist at the World Championships in Budapest last month, Beaconsfield took first on her second dive and never got bored afterwards.

She finished the event with 291.85 points, a 15-point improvement over her performance at the World Championships.

She defeated British-Australian O’Brien and England’s Amy Rawlinson.

In the 10-meter Synchronization Tower, Rylan Wiens and Nathan Zsumbur-Murray finished behind England’s Matthew Lee and Noah Williams, as were both worlds. Bronze medalists in Budapest, Canadians win silver in Birmingham.

Distinguished Canadian Wrestlers

It’s Mauritius Dangerous Dog Fashion who would be proud. Six Canadian wrestlers followed in his footsteps and reached the podium.

You may be wondering what Dangerous Dog Come to do there, but we must remember that the old disgusting of professional wrestling they won a gold medal in 1950 at the British Empire Games, predecessors of the Commonwealth Games.

Hannah Taylor (blue) and Sofia Omoticio Ayeta (red)

Photo: Getty Images / Al Bello

It took until the last fight of the day to see Canada win its first gold medal. In the 125 kg category, Ammar Dahsi beat Pakistani Zaman Anwar in 2 minutes 10 seconds.

Hannah Taylor took Canada’s first medal for the day. She needed just 35 seconds to knock out Kenya’s Sofia Omutecio Ayeta to win the bronze medal in the 57kg category.

After winning her first two matches, Anna Gonzalez lost to India’s Sakshi Malik in the 62 kg final.

In her quest to win the gold medal, Linda Moraes faced a huge challenge ahead as the world number two ranked 68kg, Nigerian Blessing Oborududu.

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The first wrestler from Nigeria to win an Olympic silver medal in Tokyo, Oborududu was the best in points 5-1.

On the men’s side, Lachlan McNeil will return to North York with a silver medal. He lost to India’s Bajrang Punya, the bronze medalist in Tokyo last summer.

Montrealer Alex Moore, who was at his second Commonwealth Games, took just 62 seconds to defeat New Zealander Matthew Oxenham for the bronze.

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