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07 April 2018, 12:18 | Tracey Rhodes
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Cate Campbell brought home the world record with a flying final leg of 51.00secs after sister Bronte was under world record pace with her second leg of 52.03secs.
Canada finished second in 3:33.92 with England third nearly five seconds further back.
The women's pursuit team produced a faultless display to overtake New Zealand on the final lap of their final before duo Stephanie Morton and Kaarle McCulloch then beat New Zealand to win the women's team sprint.
Australia slowly overpowered the English riders and powered home in three minutes 49.804 seconds to shave almost half a second off the 3:50.265 record which Great Britain set in Rio two years ago.
That broke the mark of 3:30.65 the Aussies - including the Campbells and McKeon - clocked at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016.
The pair finished in 32.488, more than half a second ahead of Kiwi duo Emma Cumming and Natasha Hansen.
Australia's Pearson, the 100m hurdles world champion and a Gold Coast resident, earlier said she was in tears when she realised she had to withdraw, but added: "My health comes first".
A dancer whose bare bottom was beamed around the world during the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony has laughed off the incident, joking: "It's all behind me now". "My coach said 'the atmosphere out there is electric, go out, soak it up.' I think that is what we have done".
Under a mostly clear night sky at the open-air stadium, Ruck held off a fast-charging Ariarne Titmus of Australia in the 200-meter freestyle.
Australia's victory comes two years after three of the current side were involved in a crash just three days out from competing in Rio's Olympics. "I am not anxious about who I meet in the semi-final, I am ready", she added. "I did have that swim-off this morning which I'm very grateful to have that opportunity for a second chance.and then to come out with a world record, I have no words for it".
Canada narrowly beat England in the ride for bronze. "That didn't happen so much in Rio. Ten thousand people cheering for you is pretty unreal".
Their male counterparts claimed bronze after a disappointing semi-final loss where Australia couldn't recover from a starting mishap.
"I've raced against Hannah in every meet and I've been second every time", Willmott said. "And I think I was controlling it for the whole race, I know if they're going out that hard they're going to sting a lot on the way home".
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