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Scotland's David McMath has won Commonwealth Games gold in the men's double trap shooting final.
He set a Games record with a total of 74 - four ahead of nearest rival Tim Kneale from the Isle of Man who took silver.
McMath added to team-mate Linda Pearson's double trap bronze medal from earlier on Wednesday.
Cumbrian swimmer Luke Greenbank has won silver in the 4x100m Medley Relay at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
The 20-year-old, from Cockermouth, won the medal for Team England in the final race.
Lauren Smith has won bronze in the Commonwealth Games badminton mixed doubles.
Alongside Marcus Ellis, the badminton star, from Longtown, beat Hee Yong Kai Terry and Wong Jia Ying Crystal 16-21 21-19 21-18.
England beat Singapore 3-0.
19-year-old Ellie Dickinson has been selected to ride for England at the Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast.
It's her first Commonwealth Games and she is one of 27 British cyclists to take part.
Ellie will ride in track endurance and road events.
The games begin on 4 April 2018.
Lauren Smith, from Carlisle, has been chosen to compete in the Commonwealth Games this coming April, in Australia’s Gold Coast.
Team England today named a full complement of ten badminton players to represent the nation.
They will travel to Australia with royal backing, after members of the squad recently enjoyed a private invitation with HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York, at Buckingham Palace.
Devota Nyakyoma, 20, from Brampton, has set her sights on competing for her country at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
But it hasn't been an easy ride for Devota - she was born in Tanzania, and orphaned at a young age.
Gregory Hoare went to meet her:
"I will represent England because like Fatima Whitbread and Tessa Sanderson, they are my idols. I would love to meet her one day though. That would be really cool."
One of our region's athletes is hoping to represent her country in international tournaments. Devota Nyakyoma is already winning awards as a javelin thrower, and now she is setting her sights on competing in the Commonwealth Games in 2018.
One athlete from our region who brought home medals from the Commonwealth Games was Longtown badminton player Lauren Smith, who won silver in the team event and bronze in the women's doubles individual events.
She is now hoping her victory inspires others to pick up a racket.
Hannah McNulty went to meet her at her family home.