CWG 2014: England Upset Australia, Claim 10 Gold Medals in Men's Swimming

England very nearly caused a similar upset in the women's 4x100m medley relay as they led at the 300m mark, but Campbell did enough to seal gold in the final leg in an overall time of 3min 56:23sec.

updated: July 30, 2014 11:20 IST
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England's team of Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Peaty (above), Adam Barrett and Adam Brown came home in a Games record time of 3min 31:51sec to become the first English team to beat Australia in the 4x100 medley relay for 64 years.

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Glasgow: England closed their Commonwealth Games swimming meet with 10 gold medals after inflicting Australia's first Commonwealth relay defeat in eight years in the men's 4x100m medley relay. (CWG Day 6 Wrap | Highlights | Results | Medal Tally)

There was another significant victory for England over Australia on Tuesday as 19-year-old sensation Ben Proud claimed his second gold of the Games by beating star duo Cameron McEvoy and James Magnussen in the men's 50m freestyle. (Indian wrestlers strike gold)

However, Australia still recorded their most successful ever meet at a Commonwealth Games as they won 57 medals to surpass their previous record tally of 54 from the Melbourne Games in 2006. (Shooters Sanjeev Rajput, Gagan Narang win silver and bronze)

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