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    Canada’s Evan Dunfee won a 10,000 metre race on Sunday with a Commonwealth and Canadian record time of 38 minutes 36.37 seconds. He beat his own previous national mark of 38:39:72 set in June of 2021.

    After the race he said “to believe in myself today as much as my friends and family back home believed in me, that was the goal for today, to just come in here and have that same belief as everyone else has in me, and back myself,”

    Canadians Natassha McDonald, Aiyanna Stiverne, Micha Powell and Kyra Constantine won a gold medal in the 4×400-metre relay. The race featured a thrilling neck-and-neck finish with England. However, the English were disqualified for a lane violation.

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