SWIMMING - 4 X 100m medley relay
The Australian women have won the 4x100 medley relay, after falling behind in the third leg.
Cate Campbell anchored the team in the freestyle and steered the team toward victory.
It's now seven medley relay wins in a row for the Australians and a Commonwealth Games record in the process.
The final split for Campbell was 51.59 which is mighty fast.
What they said:
Emily Seebohm "The 50 was a little bit dissapoitning for me, and to pull it round for the relay was really important for me."
Lorna Tonks - "I'm very happy."
Emma McKeon - "It has been a great week."
Cate Campbell - "I really just relaxed into that and had a great time with these girls. I was really feeling the pressure."
Our men's team did very well too, picking up a silver medal despite some gallant performances.
Three of the English swimmers are the best in the respective disciplines, so it's not such a blow for the Aussies.
Canadian Ryan Cochrane finishes in blistering style to win in 14:44.03 ahead of Australia's Mack Horton in 14:48.76.
Another Aussie Jordan Harrison misses out on a bronze medal by just 0.38 seconds, which across 30 laps is absolutely nothing.
The bronze goes to Welsh swimmer Daniel Jervis (14:55.33)
Australia's Daniel Tranter has stormed home to win the 200m individual medley in a new Games record.
Earlier, Bronte Barrett claimed a bronze in the 400m freestyle, while Cameron McEvoy and James Magnussen had to settle for silver and bronze respectively in the 50m freestyle after the gold was won by England's Pen Proud (21.92) who qualified fastest.
Women's Para-Sport 200m Individual Medley SM10
1) Sophie Pascoe (NZL) - 2:27.74
2) Katherine Downie (AUS) - 2:31.98
3) Aurelie Rivard (CAN) - 2:32.09
ATHLETICS - Triple Jump
Australians Linda Leverton and Ellen Pettitt have finished 5th and 6th in the women's triple jump.
Jamaica have taken out another athletics gold medal, is there anything they haven't won!?
1) Kimberly Williams (JAM) - 14.21m
2) Laura Samuel (ENG) - 14.09m
3) Ayanna Alexander (TTO) - 14.01m
Australia's Simplice Ribouem has been denied the 94kg weightlifting gold medal by PNG's Steve Kari after a dramatic night at the Clyde Auditorium.
Kari missed his final lift of 200kg but had the decision overturned on review. Ribouem went after 201kg on his final lift to try and get a second Commonwealth gold but fell short.
It's got to be one of the most dramatic sports of the Games. What a show.
Forever the bridesmaid, England's women gymnasts finally turned the tables on Australia with victory in the artistic teams final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
After four straight Games silver medals in the event - with Australia claiming the gold on each occasion - England broke through on the back of a brilliant display by Claudia Fragapane, who will be tough to top for individual gold in the coming days.
It made for a good day for England, who also romped to the gold in the men's teams event.
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