Australia ended the 2018 Commonwealth Games in a big way, as reflected in the lop-sided medal table.
Larkin had already won all three backstroke events prior to his win tonight in the 200 IM.
After winning the 800 free and taking silver in the 200 free, Ariarne Titmus of Australia will race prelims of the 400 free this morning as she’ll try to grab a win later tonight.
Tasmanian teen Ariarne Titmus was 1 of 7 Aussies that nailed Pan Pacific qualifying times in tonight’s finals at the Commonwealth Games.
Olympic silver medalist James Guy was off to a rocky start in the Gold Coast, but he rebounded from illness with 100m fly silver in a quick 51.31.
With one day to go in swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Australia has won three times the number of medals of any other nation.
Welsh flyer Alys Thomas smashed the meet record with a stellar 2:05.45 in the 200 fly. That ranks her #1 in the world by more than half a second and would have taken bronze at last year’s World Championships.
Australia overloaded the podium tonight on their home turf, completing sweeps in the men’s 200m backstroke and women’s 800m freestyle.
The narrative of Bronte Campbell (left) being in her older sister’s shadow finally died with Monday’s win in the 100 free.
100 back medalists Taylor Ruck, Kylie Masse and Emily Seebohm will do battle once again in the 200 back final on day 4 of the Commonwealth Games.
The debate about the residual value of the Commonwealth Games as the Queen, the head of the Commonwealth, ages has…
We’re keeping track of Aussies clearing the Pan Pacific Championships qualifying times while competing at the Commonwealth Games. On day 4, both Emily Seebohm & Kyle Chalmers made the cut.
Canadians Kylie Masse and Taylor Ruck went 1-2 in the women’s 200m backstroke, helping move the nation ahead of South Afica in the Commonwealth Games medal table through 4 days of competition.
Adam Peaty will be amongst the competition during day 4 prelims of the 2018 Commonwealth Games