This was one of the very best days of the Games. Look at the names – Don Quarrie and ‘the great Charles Asati’ as both Glasgow Herald and Scotsman referred to him, Raelene Boyle Alice Annum Margaret Critchley, Kip Keino, Brendan Foster, Ben Jipcho and they were all racing against the runners we saw and ran with most weeks of the year – Helen Golden, Moira McLeish, Liz Sutherland and the rest. Then there was Ian McCafferty in the final of the 1500m – when the runners came out of the tunnel those who knew Ian’s running just groaned. He walked out of the tunnel and sat down. Everybody else emerged into the daylight and started doing wind sprints or were jogging around and looking purposeful. Ian just looked listless. He could only finish sixth in 3:42.2 while runners who should have been well behind him were winning medals. Mind you, he did have a chance to redeem himself when it came to the 5000m final and his run in that race was wonderful. Now for thr programme.