The following is a report card on each Olympic sport from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland after the 10 days of competition, courtesy of AAP.
COMM GAMES: The highlights of the #Glasgow2014 #Commonwealth Games from a distinctly Aussie Olympic point of view.
COMM GAMES SHOOTING: Shooting Australia’s team of 29 has produced more gold in five days than any other competing Commonwealth nation in the same sport.
SHOOTING: 2008 Olympic bronze medallist Warren Potent has finally broken through, winning a silver medal in the Men’s Rifle Prone event, overnight in Slovenia.
AOC: Australian athletes and administrators have played a pivotal role in the Olympic Movement for 120 years.
SHOOTING: Two school students will make their debuts in what is being heralded as Australia's strongest ever shooting team to compete at a Commonwealth Games.
Skeet shooter Paul Adams has finished fourth in his first ever World Cup final aged just 21.
SHOOTING: Australian shot gun shooters have won a gold, silver and bronze medal at the first World Cup of the season in Tuscon, USA.
SHOOTING: The Aussies are off to a great start at the Oceania Continental Shooting Championship (29 November to December 5), with some excellent results across the competition.
Sydney is gearing itself to host the 2013 Oceania Shooting Continental Championship, an event run once every two years. To be held at the 2000 Olympic Games legacy venue, the Sydney International Shooting Centre will welcome about 230 athletes, with over 400 starts expected.