On the final day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games South Australian athletes will feature in Athletics and Basketball
South Australian athletes are competing in the final stages of the Cycling, Diving, Hockey and Shooting events on day 10
The Australian men's and women's volleyball teams gave it their all in two outstanding finals at Coolangatta Beach with the men winning gold and the women taking silver, both matches against Canada
There was no stopping Australian and SASI superstar Kurtis Marschall as he grabbed a Commonwealth Games gold medal in the men's pole vault with a frenzied home crowd urging him to victory on the Gold Coast
South Australian athletes on show in Badminton, Basketball, Diving and Pistol events
South Australian athletes will line up in the first ever gold medal match for Beach Volleyball along with Diving, Hockey and Pistol
A trademark finish by champion Kyle Chalmers helped Australia's men's 4 X 100m medley team to a sensational gold medal to close out the swimming competition - helping Australia chalk up a record-breaking 28 gold medals for its Commonwealth Games competition
7 South Australian athletes will compete on day 7 of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games across 4 sports..
A nervewracking finish to the men's vault final saw Australian and SASI star Chris Remkes deliver under pressure to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal at the Coomera Indoor Sports Centre
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