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DAY THREE: Campbell Sisters Continue Aussie Swimming Supremacy

Big Wins Also In Cycling, Triathlon

DAY THREE: Campbell Sisters Continue Aussie Swimming Supremacy WINNERS: Bronte and Cate Campbell

Australia has held its stranglehold of top spot of the medal tally for the 2018 Commonwealth Games after Day Three.

Another stellar night in the water at Optus Aquatic Centre was headlined by the Campbell sisters, with Cate breaking the Games record in the 50m Freestyle, while Bronte won Silver in a dead-heat with Canada's Taylor Ruck.


Emily Seebohm took home Silver in the 100m Backstroke, while the Women's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay team won Gold, which was also a new Games record.

While in the Men's David Morgan claimed Silver in the 200m Butterfly final.

But the biggest win in the pool for the Aussies came in the SB8 100m Breaststroke, with Timothy Disken winning Gold, Timothy Hodge Silver and Blake Cochrane Bronze.

Up at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane it was another quinella for Australia, with the Gold and Silver in the Women's 500m Time Trial going to Kaarle McCulloch and Stephanie Morton respectively.


While Sam Welsford added another Gold medal to his tally in the Men's 15km Scratch Race, and Jacob Shmid finished with the Bronze medal in the Sprint.

In the Artistic Gymnastics the Gold Coast's Georgia Godwin claimed Silver in the Women's Individual All-Around.

There was another Gold medal in the Triathlon with Australia winning the Mixed Team Relay at Southport Broadwater Parklands.

And in Weightlifting Francois Etoundi powered through a bicep injury to claim Bronze in the 77kg division.

Australia's medal tally is now sitting at 20 Gold medals, 17 Silver and 20 Bronze.