Middlesbrough swimmer Aimee Willmott has won the first gold in the pool at the Commonwealth Games 2018.
She took the prize in the women's 400 metres individual medley and denied Scotland's Hannah Miley a third successive title.
The 25 year old powered through the final 50m to claim the top prize and finished in 4:34.90.
- SILVER - Hannah Miley for Scotland
- BRONZE - Blair Evans for Australia
Willmott finished as the silver medallist behind Miley four years ago and was delighted that the roles had been reversed this time.
Middleweight boxing Commonwealth champion Savannah Marshall said she is overwhelmed by support from friends and family who helped her to a gold medal in last night's final.
The boxer from Hartlepool beat Canadian Ariane Fortin after a split decision from the judges.
Now the hard work has paid off, she says it's high time she had a holiday.
The fastest man in the world peers down from the top of the podium at the England team who almost caused huge upset in the 4 x 100m relay.
Stockton's Richard Kilty ran a strong third leg for England, putting the team marginally ahead of their Jamaican rivals as he passed the baton to teammate Danny Talbot for the final sprint.
But in the end Talbot was no match for Usain Bolt, striding out to take gold for Jamaica.
Hartlepool boxer Savannah Marshall topped the podium last night after winning gold in the middleweight boxing.
The 23-year-old beat Canadian Ariane Fortin to become Commonwealth champion.
Squash player Jenny Duncalf missed out on a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games after being convincingly beaten in the final of the womens' doubles.
The player from Harrogate and her partner Laura Massaro lost 11-6, 11-8 against their Indian competitors.
Husband and wife team Paul and Joanna Drinkhall have won gold in the mixed doubles in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
They beat Liam Pitchford and Tin-Tin Ho 3-2 in the all-English final.
Harrogate's Oliver Dingley has been talking about his Commonwealth Games success on the diving board.
He won bronze in the Men's 3 metre Springboard event - behind gold-winning fellow-North Yorkshireman Jack Laugher.
Oliver told ITV News of his delight in making the podium:
Sunderland's Stuart Airey has won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games.
He's part of the England men's fours bowls team, who lost out in the gold medal match to Scotland.