Commonwealth Games: Camilla was exhausted, not 'bored' at opening ceremony - organisers

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That decision was made by Simon Jones, Cycling Australia's new high-performance chief who made the Gold Coast a priority as a dress-rehearsal for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. "Thanks for being such a great team-mate and for always inspiring me to get the best out of myself". James Guy of England took the bronze.

The Kookaburras are the number 1 ranked team in the world and go into the tournament as strong favourites, aiming to win their sixth consecutive Commonwealth Games title.

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"I'm very emotional right now", Groves said.

The 200m freestyle champion then swam the fastest split time in the relay but ran out of steam in the final few strokes.

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"I doubted I could even make the team, so to be here and be on the medal dais with two of my team mates is so special". I was still a bit soft and slow in that first 200.

"I've been second nearly every single time", Wilmott said.

Miley was 0.03secs ahead heading into the final leg but Wilmott finished strongly for the gold medal.

At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotland, Uganda won only one gold medal through Moses Kipsiro (10,000m), two other bronze medals in athletics and two bronze in boxing through Mike Sekabembe (Super heavyweight ) and Fazil Juma Kaggwa (light flyweight).

Less than 12 hours after breaking the world mark in the 4×100-metre freestyle relay, three of the four Australian women were back at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in morning heats for the 50-metre freestyle yesterday. Gold medalists Shayna Jack, Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell of Australia celebrate on the podium.

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