Day two turned out to be another historic day at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Australian Maddison Elliott broke the Women’s 100 Freestyle S8 World record, Dan Wallace won the men’s 400 IM in front of his native crowd, and 6 Commonwealth Games Records were broken. Australia extended their medal count lead to 17 medals, but England is staying right on pace. South Africa is another country that made big gains today. They earned four medals to jump to fifth overall in the medal count after day two.
We are still waiting on race footage from the Women’s 100 Freestyle S8 final and the men’s 4×100 Freestyle Relay final. We will be sure to update this post as soon as we are able to.
Click here to read SwimSwam Contributor Mitch Bowmile’s highlight’s from day 2.
Click here to see the updated Medal Counts after Day 2.
Men’s 400 IM
Men’s 50 Butterfly
Women’s 50 Breaststroke
Men’s 200 Freestyle
Men’s 100 Backstroke
Women’s 100 Butterfly