New Zealand had another memorable day at the Commonwealth Games, picking up three gold medals and a silver. That means New Zealand has already won 31 medals, a most impressive return.
Auckland swimmer Lauren Boyle bounced back from last night’s disappointment to win the women’s 400m freestyle gold medal tonight.
Anton Cooper and Sam Gaze brought cheers from their New Zealand supporters when they won gold and silver in the men’s mountain bike cross-country race today.
New Zealand had another memorable day at the Commonwealth Games, with gold medals to weightlifter Richie Patterson and shooter Sally Johnston, silvers to swimmer Lauren Boyle, shot putter Tom Walsh
Auckland weightlifter Richie Patterson kicked off the biggest week of his life by winning the 85kg gold medal today.
Julia Ratcliffe and Tom Walsh picked up silver medals for New Zealand in the athletics stadium today.
New Zealand swim queen Lauren Boyle won a hard-earned silver medal in the women’s 800m freestyle final today.
Lower Hutt shooter Sally Johnston put behind her the upheaval of losing her bolt on the trip over to Scotland to win a gold medal in the 50m rifle prone women’s final.
Joelle King completed her sweep of Commonwealth Games medals when she picked up the bronze in the squash women’s singles today.
New Zealand really got among the medals at the Commonwealth Games today, picking up three gold medals, two silvers and two bronzes.
New Zealand’s long reign as Commonwealth Games rugby sevens champions was ended by a blindingly fast South African team at Ibrox Stadium.