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Olympic champion and world record holder David Rudisha was beaten by Nijel Amos in the Commonwealth Games 800m final on Thursday while Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare claimed a women's sprint double. Rasheed Dwyer led a Jamaican clean sweep of the men's 200m to emulate teammate Kemar Bailey-Cole's victory in the 100m, the two sprint golds going some way to make up for the absence of Usain Bolt, who will only compete in the 4x100m relay. Kenya's Rudisha, who set a blistering world record when winning Olympic gold in London, had finished ahead of silver medallist Amos in the British capital in 2012. South African Andre Olivier took bronze in 1:46.03.