Ruck Roars Back, Titmus Holds Her Nerve, Australia Takes 4×200 Crown in 7:48.04GR

Aussie Gold extends the dominance of the hosts at the mid-way point of the meet - Commonwealth Team Australia - Ariarne Titmus, Leah Neale, Brianna Throssell and Emma McKeon.

It came down to Ariarne Titmus holding on for Australia and delivering a Games record of 7:48.04, Taylor Ruck chasing like hell to her third medals of the day for Canadian silver in 7:49.66. Both teens on 1:55s. Ruck roared back but Titmus held her nerve and refused to yield. England took the bronze in 7:55.60. Australia gets to the mid-point of the meet in a dominant position with more than double the tally of closest nation, England

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It came down to Ariarne Titmus holding on for Australia and delivering a Games record of 7:48.04, Taylor Ruck chasing like hell to her third medals of the day for Canadian silver in 7:49.66. Both teens on 1:55s. Ruck roared back but Titmus held her nerve and refused to yield. England took the bronze in 7:55.60. Australia gets to the mid-point of the meet in a dominant position with more than double the tally of closest nation, England

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