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    Day 4: Australian Women Athletes bag the most number of medals during the entire day. They will set a new world record by the end of CWG 2018.

    Steven Kar’s Aggressive Winning Gold in Men’s 94 Kg Weightlifting Category

    He adds,” I believe anything that my coach gives me to win gold, that’s what my belief is. It doesn’t matter that (I have to lift) 216-217 kg but I want to win gold, to lift to win the gold.”

    On the day 4, Robert displayed one of the cleanest lifts made by a weightlifter in the Commonwealth Games.

    Australian Endurance Runners Display Great Sportsmanship on the track

    The trio: Eloise Wellings, Madeline Hills, and Celia Sullohern congratulate Lineo Chaka from the small African nation of Lesotho. They all waited for her at the finish line as Lineo was five minutes behind the winner. It was a heartwarming moment at the event and everybody loved their spirit.

    Cate Campbell’s third victory. Claims Gold again.

    Another great show by the Aussie swimmer. She’s now won three gold medals (50m butterfly, 50m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle relay).

    Sprinter Star, Mortan, Celebrates a Gold Night

    Cyclist Stephanie Morton celebrates winning gold in Women’s Sprint at the Commonwealth Games. She showed a top-class performance on the track and beat Kaarle McCulloch in a 1-2 result.

    “I can’t believe I’ve ticked all the boxes I wanted to coming into these Games,” Morton said.

    Medal Tally

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