11am 100an Road 'I‘eam Time Trial. 0 Bowing Strathclyde ('ountry Park. £3. £1. 11am Women (‘oxless Pairs heats. 11.308m Men [Eights heats. 12noon Women Douhle Sculls heats. 12.30pm Men Lightweight Sculls heats. 1pm. Men Single Sculls heats. 1.30pm Women Iiights heats. 2pm Men lightweight (‘oxless Fours heats. 4pm Women (‘oxless pairs repechage. 4.30pm Men [ﬂights repechage. 5pm Women Douhle Sculls repechage. 5.30pm Men lightweight Sculls repechage. 6pm Men Single Sculls repechage. 6.30pm Women Iiights repechage. 7pm Men lightweight ('oxless Fours repechage. 0 Shooting Musselhurgh: £3 (same price at each venue). 9.308m Rapid Fire Pistol Pairs. 2pm Free Pistol Pairs. Kippen: 11am ( )lympic 'l‘rench Pairs. Pleasance. Iidinhurgh lfniversity: 10.303m Air Rifle pairs. 0 Swimming Royal (‘ommonwealth Pool 10am £5. £4. £3. Women ltltlm Freestyle heats: Men 1(ltlm Breaststroke heats; Women 4tltlm
Individual Medley heats: Men Jiltlm
Freestyle heats; Women 4 x letlm Freestyle Relay heats.
i SATURDAY 26
1pm £3. £2. £1 . Women Synchroniscd Swimming Figures. 6.30pm £10. £8. £6. Women lflllm Freestyle final; Men lllllm Breaststroke final; Women 400m Individual Medley final: Men 400m Freestyle final: Women 4 x 2(ltlm Freestyle Relay final.
9.15pm Women Synchroniscd Swimming Solo preliminaries.
O Weightlifting Playhouse 'I'heatre. £(1.£-1.
2pm 52kg class.
7.30pm 56kg class.
0 Athletics Meadowhank Stadium £10. £8. £5. £3.
9am Men Hammer qualifying.
10am Women Heptathlon ltltlm Ilurdles.
10.25am Men ltltlm first round. 10.30 Women Discus qualifying. 10.45am Women Heptathlon Iligh Jump
11 .10am Women 400m heats
11 .3Sam Men 4(ltlm first round 12.20pm Men lltlm Hurdles heats 1pm Men Hammer final
2pm Women ltltlm heats
2.15pm Women Heptathlon Shot 2.35pm Men 3(ltltlm Steeplechase final.
3.10pm Men 100m second round 4pm Men lltlm Hurdles semi-finals 4.20 Women I Ieptathlon 200m 4.40pm Women Jiltlm semi-finals 5pm Men 400m second round 5.35pm Women 3000 heats 6.10pm Men ltl.()()()m final
THE BIG SCREEN ON THE GREEN
Enjoy the atmosphere of the 1986 Commonwealth Games. The screen showing live and recorded coverage of all events will be operating in the Meadows each day from 12 noon to 10 pm. Entry tree. Also there will be the Guinness Caravan loryou to enjoy a glass ortwo oi PURE GENIUS and, in case things get a bit quiet between the sporting events, music and entertainment from local talent.
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After surviving o. Lynam's wisecracks during the LA Olympics to become of the fastest-growing women's sports in
Britain, synchronised swimming is
about to make its first appearance at the Commonwealth Games. At least five countries, including and New Zealand, will be sending teams— but we'll miss the chance of seeing the
Barbados team. England and Canada (the current world champions) are expected to dominate the event, which is divided into six solo and duet ‘iigures’ selected 24 hours beforehand
from a compulsory repertoire of 36
exhausting routines. For Scotland, chasing bronze, Kim Mackintosh, Morwenna Penrose and rescue Caroline Chambers will at least have had the advantage of regular training sessions in the Royal Commonwealth
., Poolthis year.
Like the synchro-swlmmers, the
O Badminton Meadowhank. £3. £2. £1 .5()
2pm ’I‘eam event — 6 matches
7pm 'l'eam event — (1 matches
0 Bowls Balgreen BowlingCentre. £3.
93m Men Singles. Fours; Women Singles. Pairs
1.30pm Men Pairs; Women Singles. Pairs. Fours
6pm Men Singles. Pairs. Fours: Women Fours
0 Boxing lngliston Show (iround. £5 £3
2pm Preliminary houts
7.30pm Preliminary bouts
0 Cycling .‘V'teadowhank Velodrome £3
7pm 1000 Individual 'I'imc'l'rial
O Rowing Strathclyde Country Park. £6. £3
11am Women (.‘oxless Pairs final 11.30am Men Eights final
12noon Women Double Sculls final 12.30pm Men Lightweight Sculls final
1pm Men Single Sculls final
1.30pm Women Eights final
2pm Men Lightweight (‘oxless Fours
final 0 Shooting Musselhurgh: £2
9.303m Small Bore Riﬂe Prone Pairs
11.30am Rapid Fire Pistol Pairs. Kippen:
11am Skeet Pairs
0 Swimming Royal Commonwealth Pool
103m £5. £4. £3. Men ltltlm Butterfly heats; Women 200m Individual Medley heats: Men 400m Individual Medley heats; Women 200m
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racers and the divers will be treating the Commonwealth Games as top-class preparation for the World Championships in Madrid ten days later.
Canada will be counting on gold
in Edinburgh from Olympic springboard '
champion Sylvie Bernier, Victor Davis
(200m breaststroke) and Alex Baumann (world record holder for the 200m and 400m individual medley).
Enormous attention will be focused on
12 year-old Higson of Canada, who could become the youngest-ever Commonwealth Games gold medal winner in the breaststroke. The
Australian challenge will be led by Jon
Sieben (200m world butterfly record
holder) and Michele pearson. The best
British hopes should be Sarah Hardcastle and Adrian Moorhouse for
England and Neil Cochran for Scotland.
Breaststroke heats: Men 4 x Ztltlm Freestyle Relay heats
1pm £3. £2. £ 1. Women Synchroniscd Swimming Figures 6.30pm £10. £8. £6. Mcn ltltlm Butterfly final; Women Ztltlm Individual Medley final: Men 4tltlm Individual Medley final; Women 200m Breaststroke final: Men 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay final
9.15pm Women Synchroniscd Swimming Duet preliminaries
O Weightlifting Playhouse 'I’heatre. £6. £4.
2pm (itlkg class
7.30pm (37.5kg class
0 Athletics Meadowhank. £10. £8. £5. £3.
103m Men Decathlon liltlm; Women
Shot qualifying 10.308m Women «With Hurdles heats
10.4Sam Men Decathlon Long Jump 11 .Sam Men Jiltlm Hurdles heats 12.15pm Women Ilaptathlon Long Jump
12.30pm Men 4tltlm semi-finals 12.35pm Men Decathlon Shot 1.35pm Women Heptathlon Javelin 2pm Men lltlm Hurdles final
2.15pm Women ltltlm semi-finals 2.35pm Men Decathlon High Jump 2.40pm Men liltlm semi—finals
3pm Men 3(ltltlm Steeplechase final 3.20pm Women 4tlllm final
3.32pm Men Jiltlm final
3.55pm Women Discus final
4pm Women Heptathlon Stitlm 4.25pm Women ltltlm final
4.35pm Men liltlm final