Friday's 2014 Commonwealth Games action saw star sprinter Usain Bolt run his very first race of the year, the highlight of what was another phenomenal day of sporting events in Glasgow, Scotland.
A 16-year-old equaled a feat no female athlete had achieved in 84 years, England continued its great run at the top of the medal table and a team that only trained three times managed to secure a sensational silver medal in what was a wacky Day 9 of competition.
Here's the full list for every medal won on Friday:
|CG: Full Medal Table for Friday, August 1|
|Athletics||Men's 3000m Steeple||Jonathan Ndiku (KEN)||Jairus Birech (KEN)||Ezekiel kemboi Cheboi (KEN)|
|Athletics||Men's 10.000m||Moses Kipsiro (UGA)||Josphat kipkoech Bett (KEN)||Cameron Levins (CAN)|
|Athletics||Men's Pole Vault||Steven Lewis 5ENG)||Luke Cutts (ENG)||Shawnacy Barber (CAN)|
|Athletics||Women's 800m||Eunice jepkoech Sum (KEN)||Lynsey Sharp (SCO)||Winnie Nanyondo (UGA)|
|Athletics||Women's 100m Hurdles||Sally Pearson (AUS)||Tiffany Porter (ENG)||Angela Whyte (CAN)|
|Athletics||Women's Discus||Dani Samuels (AUS)||Seema Punia (IND)||Jade Lally (ENG)|
|Athletics||Women's High Jump||Eleanor Patterson (AUS)||Isobel Pooley (ENG)||Levern Spencer (STL)|
|Diving||Men's 3m Synhcro||Jack Laugher, Chris Mears (ENG)||Matthew Mitcham, Grant Nel (AUS)||Nick Robinson-Baker, Freddie Woodward (ENG)|
|Diving||Men's 10m Synchro||Domonic Bedggood, Matthew Mitcham (AUS)||Tom Daley, James Denny (ENG)||/|
|Diving||Women's 1m Springboard||Jennifer Abel (CAN)||Maddison Keeney (AUS)||Esther Qin (AUS)|
|Gymnastics||Men's Horizontal Bars||Nile Wilson (ENG)||Kristian Thomas (ENG)||Kevin Lytwyn (CAN)|
|Gymnastics||Men's Parallel Bars||Daniel Purvis (SCO)||Nile Wilson (ENG)||Max Whitlock (ENG)|
|Gymnastics||Men's Vault||Scott Morgan (CAN)||Kristian Thomas (ENG)||Wah Toon Hoe (SIN)|
|Gymnastics||Women's Beam||Elsabeth Black (CAN)||Mary Anne Monckton (AUS)||Georgina Hockenhull (WAL)|
|Gymnastics||Women's Floor||Claudia Fragapane (ENG)||Lauren Mitchell (AUS)||Elsabeth Black (CAN)|
|Lawn Bowls||Men's Singles||Darren Burnett (SCO)||Ryan Bester (CAN)||Aron Sherriff (AUS)|
|Lawn Bowls||Men's Fours||Scotland||England||Australia|
|Lawn Bowls||Women's Pairs||South Africa||England||Northern Ireland|
|Table Tennis||Men's Doubles||Ning Gao, Hu Li (SIN)||Sharath Kamal Ashanta, Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj (IND)||Zi Yang, Jian Zhang (SIN)|
|Table Tennis||Women's Singles||Tianwei Feng (SIN)||Mengyu Yu (SIN)||Ye Lin (Sing)|
And here's the updated medal tracker:
For the full list, visit BBC.com by clicking here.
Claudia Fragapane Takes Historic 4th Gold Medal
The gymnast became the first English woman to win four Commonwealth Games gold medals in a single edition since swimmer Joyce Cooper achieved the feat in 1930.
After winning the vault, all-around and team competitions earlier this week, Fragapane concluded her phenomenal Games with the gold in the floor competition on Saturday.
They say you can get used to winning, but you don't become the first woman to take four golds in 84 years every day. Speaking to BBC Sport, Fragapane was understandably overwhelmed by the circumstances.
"I'm speechless I'm the most-decorated English woman at the Games in 84 years. It's incredible," she said.
Fencer Bill Hoskyns and shooter Mick Gault join the pair as the only four English competitors to win four gold medals in the same Games.
Former Olympian Matthew Pinsent was in awe of the performance of his compatriot:
BBC Sport's Ollie Williams is very excited for her future:
At the tender age of 16, Fragapane still has time to improve her routine, and the young athlete could be a serious contender for a medal at the 2016 Olympics in Brazil.
Tom Daley and James Denny Win Silver on Last Dive
The English duo entered the last round of the four-nation competition in last place but scored 95.46 on their final dive to take the silver with a final score of 399.36.
Australian duo Domonic Bedggood and Matthew Mitcham did just enough to secure the gold, beating the English pair by 0.18 points.
Tom Daley and James Denny had never competed together in the past and only decided to enter the contest days ago, and their performance at the 2014 Commonwealth Games has to make them feel good about their chances in the future. Daley certainly sees it that way, as he told BBC Sport:
We didn't know what to expect. We only started training for the first time last Friday and have only had three sessions, so I am really happy with the way it went.
For the last dive I said 'give it everything because anything can happen'. We managed to do it and James did a great job. Considering we went to nearly 400 points with just one good dive I think we will go into the European Championships and enter the synchronised.
With a bit more training under our belts we could go quite far.
The final dive, via BBC Radio 5 Live, was executed to perfection:
Daley and Denny only teamed up to replace the English pair of Matty Lee and Daniel Goodfellow, but if their performance at the Commonwealth Games is any indication, these two could go on to do great things together.
Bolt Powers Jamaica Into 4x100-Metres Final
Jamaica's win in the second 4x100-metre heat was anything but routine, as the team had a lot of ground to cover after a poor start from Kimmari Roach. Nickel Ashmeade ran a phenomenal final turn, however, and Bolt easily closed the deal for the Jamaicans.
The 27-year-old superstar hardly broke a sweat as Jamaica defeated Nigeria and Australia in a time of 38.99.
BBC Radio 5 Live's Laura Harmes shared this great image of Bolt's performance in the final straight, showing the gap he still had to make up on the Nigerian team:
Bolt's presence at the 2014 Commonwealth Games has caused some friction, with the majority of fans and analysts seeing the superstar as a massive asset for the event but some questioning how he's allowed to overshadow some of the other athletes.
The man himself has been nothing but class (unless you believe this report from The London Times' Katie Gibbons, a report Bolt vehemently denies), as usual, and his post-race interview reflected that, per BBC Sport Scotland:
Roach was initially blasted on social media for jeopardising Jamaica's chances at the final, but as reported by BBC Sport, the runner pulled a muscle during the opening 100 metres:
The message on social media quickly changed, with Roach receiving plenty of plaudits for completing his run and giving his teammates a chance.
Jamaica will be without Roach for Saturday's final, however, and the competition looked very strong on Friday. The three top teams in the first heat all finished faster than the Jamaicans did, and England looked excellent in its heat as well.