Mack Horton claims Australia's first gold medal

Mack Horton claims Australia's first gold medal

Mack Horton claims Australia's first gold medal

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The team of Shayna Jack, Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell lowered the previous world record of 3:30.65 set by Australia at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Australia smashed the women's 4×100 metres freestyle world record with a time of three minutes 30.05 seconds at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games on Thursday.

Australian Cycling Academy members Sam Welsford and Kelland O'Brien combined with Alex Porter and Leigh Howard to win Australia's second cycling gold medal at Anna Meares Velodrome.

Commonwealth Games Federation President Louise Martin said the Duchess was exhausted, rather than bored.

"I probably feel more emotion winning here than in Rio because the whole crowd is cheering - that didn't happen so much in Rio", Horton said.

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Games rookie Titmus, 17, claimed silver and McKeon bronze, with Canadian Taylor Ruck, also aged 17, capturing a surprise medal on the opening night of the swim program.

Schoenmaker, swimming at her first Commonwealth Games, controlled virtually the entire women's 200m breaststroke to pull away from England's Molly Renshaw and Chloe Tutton of Wales.

That was 0.374s quicker than a New Zealand foursome had gone before.

In the opening race of the night, England's Aimee Willmott ended Scotland's Hannah Miley's two-Games reign as 400-meter individual medley champion by taking gold in a time of 4:34.90. Blair Evans of Australia took the bronze.

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The result caps another excellent day for Australia, who now have a total of 32 medals from their exploits in the pool, including 11 golds.

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