Australian Angie Ballard won gold in the para-sport women's T54 1500m at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Thursday in a time of three minutes 59.20 seconds.
Diane Roy from Canada was second and Jade Jones from England was third.
Australian Kurt Fearnley won the silver medal in the para-sport men's T54 1500m.
The gold medal went to England's David Weir in three minutes 21.67 seconds and Alex Dupont from Canada claimed the bronze.
Kookaburras great Jamie Dwyer's cousin bagged a double in the Australian men's team's comprehensive 5-0 win over Scotland.
Dwyer was 11 when Matt Gohdes entered the world, but it didn't take long for the fellow Rockhampton product to follow in his cousin's footsteps.
Gohdes will bring up his 100th international cap on Sunday, most likely in the gold-medal final, after Australia confirmed top place in Pool A and a Saturday semi-final clash with England at the Glasgow Hockey Centre.
We warned you folks! @danisamuels steps up in the women's discus qualifying & ... BOOM! Throws 64.53m to easily beat the auto mark of 57.00— Athletics Australia (@AthsAust) July 31, 2014
It took until the penultimate day of competition, but Larrissa Miller ensured Australia finally broke through for a first individual gymnastics medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Miller won silver in the uneven bars apparatus final, the 22-year-old's flawless routine earning her a score of 14.566 - just 0.1 behind the effort of Rebecca Downie - who won England's seventh gymnastics gold in Glasgow.
It has been lean times however for the Aussies, though they were unlucky not to have a second medal in Thursday's last apparatus final, with veteran Naoya Tsukahara doing little wrong in finishing just 0.066 off the podium on the rings.
Miller's performance however - and that of 19-year-old Georgia-Rose Brown to finish fifth in the same final - offers some ray of hope for the future.
Australian colossus Damon Kelly, the man with the most fearsome beard in the Village, has overcome a year of injuries to take home a courageous bronze in a superheavyweight competition that capped off a dramatic week for the sport at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Canadian George Kobaladze took the gold with a guts-or-glory final lift, overtaking competition favourite Itte Detenamo from Nauru on his final attempt and setting a new Commonwealth clean and jerk and combined record in the process.
Kobaladze's lift of 229kg took his overall total to 400kg, four kilograms ahead of the mammoth Detenamo, who busts the scales at a whopping 163kg. Kelly came in third, hoisting 388kg anchored by a 217kg clean and jerk.
Just nine months ago, German-born Katrin Garfoot was inducted as a new Australian citizen.
On Thursday morning in Glasgow, she stood proudly on the Commonwealth Games podium in the colours of her new country clutching a precious women’s time-trial bronze medal.
Garfoot’s circle of the slippery Glasgow time-trial circuit on Thursday took her a little over 43 minutes (43:13.91), finishing within a minute of New Zealand winner Linda Villumsen.
She’ll have two days off now before contesting the road race which is what all of her training has been geared towards.