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Following nine days of competition on the familiar surrounds of Broadbeach Bowls Club, Australia’s Jackaroos has emerged from the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games with its most successful ever performance.
Australia’s Aaron Wilson has claimed the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games’ blue-ribbon men’s singles gold medal in a stunning conclusion to the tournament.
Australia’s Carla Krizanic, Natasha Scott and Rebecca Van Asch have become the first dual gold medallists of the GC2018 bowls competition.
Australia’s bowls team has once again created history, with the bowlers with a disability triples defeating New Zealand 14-13.
Australia’s Vision-Impaired Mixed Pairs team of Lynne Seymour (Director Bob Seymour) and Jake Fehlberg (Director Grant Fehlberg) have secured Australia’s second gold medal.
Australia has claimed its first Commonwealth Games lawn bowls gold medal in more than 12 years.
Day two sees many more of Australia’s team sports open their campaigns. Men’s and women’s Basketball plus both of our Beach Volleyball combinations take to the sand at Coolangatta.
The Australian Bowls Team will be hopeful of ending a 4394-day gold medal drought on the Gold Coast.
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