Callum Hawkins has revealed he asked ambulance workers if he had won the marathon as he was taken to hospital in a distressed state.
She knows it won't come today and it won't come tomorrow. But Anneliese Rubie is a dreamer, and she will give her all to be the best.
Australia's track and field team enjoyed a hugely successful Commonwealth Games but that won't be reflected for future generations on the Gold Coast.
Australian athletes including flag bearer Kurt Fearnley and swimmers Mitch Larkin and Emily Seebohm have criticised how the closing ceremony was handled.
Furious broadcast host Johanna Griggs explained to viewers the decision was out of the network's hands.
They were a Games in Australia but not Australia's Games, with the stories from Gold Coast 2018 venturing much farther than our own backyards.
They started with two world records and finished with the world's best teams putting on the two most thrilling contests of the Games.
From a handful of exhibition wheelchair races in Victoria in 1994, the Paralympic element of the Commonwealth Games has grown to 38 medals in seven sports.
Australia had to settle for a silver medal in women's rugby sevens at the Commonwealth Games, while Australia's men finished fifth.
The Kiwis regained the men's rugby sevens gold with a 14-0 victory over Fiji, while a sensational Kelly Brazier effort gave their women a maiden title.
Australia cruised to Commonwealth Games gold, the Boomers making good on pre-tournament favouritism with a romp in the final.
Unbackable favourites on their home court, it would be England departing with the spoils with victory after the siren.
As the Commonwealth Games close, chairman Peter Beattie has lauded the spirit of the athletes, while CGF powerbrokers talk up the 2032 Olympics in Australia.
Michael Shelley ran himself into the legend as one of Australia's marathon greats after a dramatic victory after the Scottish leader collapsed 2kms out.
Games final day live: Scottish runner collapses two kilometres short of gold as Australian takes over
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"Last night I was lying in bed knowing it would be my last time in the green and gold.''
The "jelly legs" were there again but this time Maddison Keeney didn't buckle.
England has surprisingly ruled the Commonwealth Games sprint relays, with Jamaica's failure to grab gold prompting Usain Bolt to question his retirement.
That was it – Domonic Bedggood had blown it. Or so he thought.
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Australia have recovered from having Liz Cambage sensationally ejected to win Commonwealth Games women's basketball gold with a 99-55 victory over England.
The Boomers took care of Scotland with a minimum of fuss, and quickly got to work planning for the basketball final.
Anja Stridsman, Harry Garside and Skye Nicolson all took gold, with Jason Whately and Caitlin Parker earning silver on a successful day at the fights.
Melissa Breen stumbled and fell at the last baton change in a dramatic sprint relay.
New Zealand have claimed their first Commonwealth Games gold medal in the hockey with clinical 4-1 win over the Hockeyroos.
David Grevemberg has been on a mission to erase stereotypes and challenge ideas, no matter how uncomfortable it makes the masses.
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The Commonwealth Games gold medallist called out the competing nations where homosexuality is criminalised.
A day after Kurtis Marschall won gold Nina Kennedy leapt to bronze on the pole vault on Friday night.
At the risk of being pilloried, let's discuss the Commonwealth Games ...