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2018 Commonwealth Games Day 3 Results

2018 Commonwealth Games

2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES Day 3 Results

From 4-15 April, history will be made on the Gold Coast.  The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will welcome more than 6,600 athletes and team officials from 71 Commonwealth nations and territories to the Gold Coast and event cities Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville, to share in the celebration of sport, entertainment and culture. The largest sporting event to be staged in Australia this decade, GC2018 will feature the largest integrated sports program in Commonwealth Games history, comprising 18 sports and seven para-sports. Beach Volleyball, Para Triathlon and Women’s Rugby Sevens will make their Commonwealth Games debuts and for the first time at a Commonwealth Games, an equal number of men’s and women’s medal events will be contested.

MEN’S 200 FLY FINAL

  1. Chad Le Clos, South Africa, 1:54.00
  2. David Morgan, Australia, 1:56.36
  3. Duncan Scott, Scotland, 1:56.60

WOMEN’S 50 FREE FINAL

  1. Cate Campbell, Australia, 23.78
  2. Bronte Campbell, Australia / Taylor Ruck, Canada, 24.26

MEN’S 100 BREAST FINAL

  1. Adam Peaty, England, 58.84
  2. James Wilby, England, 59.43
  3. Cameron van der Burgh, South Africa, 59.44

WOMEN’S 50 FLY SEMI-FINALS

  1. Madeline Groves, Australia, 25.54
  2. Cate Campbell, Australia, 25.56
  3. Holly Barratt, Australia, 25.88
  4. Penny Oleksiak, Canada, 25.94
  5. Rebecca Smith, Canada, 26.68
  6. Alys Thomas, Wales, 26.72
  7. Alia Atkinson, Jamaica, 26.84
  8. Erin Gallagher, South Africa, 26.85

MEN’S 100 FREE SEMI-FINALS

  1. Cameron McEvoy, Australia, 48.50
  2. Chad Le Clos, South Africa, 48.61
  3. Kyle Chalmers, Australia, 48.70
  4. Duncan Scott, Scotland, 48.72
  5. Jack Cartwright, Australia, 48.73
  6. Yuri Kisil, Canada, 48.79
  7. Dylan Carter, Trinidad, 49.06
  8. Daniel Hunter, New Zealand, 49.11

WOMEN’S 200 BREAST FINAL

  1. Tatjana Schoenmaker, South Africa, 2:22.02
  2. Molly Renshaw, England, 2:23.28
  3. Chloe Tutton, Wales, 2:23.42

WOMEN’S 100 BACK FINAL

  1. Kylie Masse, Canada, 58.63
  2. Emily Seebohm, Australia, 58.66
  3. Taylor Ruck, Canada, 58.97

MEN’S SB8 100 BREAST FINAL

  1. Timothy Disken, Australia, 1:12.42
  2. Timothy Hodge, Australia, 1:15.80
  3. Blake Cochrane, Australia, 1:18.75

MEN’S 50 BACK SEMI-FINALS

  1. Mitch Larkin, Australia, 24.91
  2. Ben Treffers, Australia, 24.99
  3. Zac Incerti, Australia, 25.19
  4. Harry Shalamon, Jersey, 25.52
  5. Conor Ferguson, Northern Ireland / Jian Han Tern, Malaysia, 25.60
  6. Xavier Castelli, Wales, 25.74
  7. Craig McNally, Scotland, 26.00

WOMEN’S SM10 200 IM FINAL

  1. Sophie Pascoe, New Zealand, 2:27.72
  2. Aurelie Rivard, Canada, 2:31.79
  3. Katherine Downie, Australia, 2:31.81

WOMEN’S 4X200M FREE RELAY FINAL

  1. Australia, 7:48.04
  2. Canada, 7:49.66
  3. England, 7:55.60

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