Birmingham Games: Aussies in action on Day 4 and Day 3 results

August 1, 2022 BY

Geelong's Bown Gough finished fourth in the men's 200m butterfly. Photo: DAVE HUNT/AAP IMAGE

AUSTRALIA – 22 gold, 13 silver, 17 bronze

What’s on today?


Group Matches; Australia v South Africa (2100 AEST)

National Exhibition Centre


Group Matches: Men’s – Australia v South Africa (2330 AEST)



Preliminary, Repechage, Quarter Finals, Semi Finals, Medal Contests – Women’s -48kg, Women’s -52kg (Tinka Easton), Women’s -57kg, Men’s -60kg (Josh Katz), Men’s -66kg (Nathan Katz) (From 1900 AEST)

Coventry Arena


Men’s Group Matches – Australia v New Zealand (0200 AEST)

Ring Road North


Men’s and Women’s Preliminary Rounds of 16 – Men’s Light Heavyweight – Billy McAllister (AUS v Jerone Ennis (JAM) (0600 AEST Tuesday)

National Exhibition Centre


Men’s 81kg – Kyle Bruce (0930 BST 1830 AEST); Women’s 64kg – Sarah Cochrane (1400 BST 2300 AEST); Women’s 71kg – Kiana Elliott (1830 BST 0130 AEST Tuesday)

National Exhibition Centre


Women’s 10km Scratch Race (Sophie Edwards, Chloe Moran, Alyssa Polites) Qualification, Final; Women’s Keirin (Kristina Clonan, Breanna Hargrave, Alessia McCaig) Rounds, Finals; Men’s 40km Points Race (Graeme Frislie, Conor Leahy, Luke Plapp) Qualification, Final; Men’s 1000m Time Trial (Tom Cornish, Josh Duffy, Matthew Glaetzer) Final (From 1900 Sunday AEST)

Lee Valley VeloPark


Morning session (1930 AEST) – Women’s 200m Backstroke Heats (Minna Atherton, Abbey Harkin, Kaylee McKeown, Taylor McKeown, Mollie O’Callaghan), Men’s 50m Breaststroke Heats (Samuel Williamson), Women’s 100m Freestyle Heats (Shayna Jack, Meg Harris, Emma McKeon, Mollie O’Callaghan), Men’s 100m Butterfly Heats (Kyle Chalmers, Cody Simpson, Matthew Temple), Women’s 200m Individual Medley Heats (Kaylee McKeown, Ella Ramsey), Women’s 100m Breaststroke Heats (Abbey Harkin, Chelsea Hodges, Jenna Strauch), Women’s 800m Freestyle Heats (Kiah Melverton, Lani Pallister, Ariarne Titmus)

Night session (0400 AEST) – Men’s 100m Freestyle Final, Women’s 200m Backstroke Final, Men’s 50m Breaststroke Semi-Finals, Women’s 100m Freestyle Semi-Finals, Men’s 100m Butterfly Semi-Finals, Women’s 200m Individual Medley Final, Men’s 50m Freestyle S7 Heat (Matthew Levy, Joel Mundie), Women’s 100m Breaststroke SB6 Heat (Isabella Vincent, Ella Jones), Men’s 50m Backstroke Final, Women’s 50m Butterfly Final, Women’s 100m Breaststroke Semi-Finals, Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay Final

Sandwell Aquatics Centre


Round 5 – Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 – Australia v Wales (1500 BST 0000 AEST), Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 – Australia v England (1500 BST 0000 AEST); Women’s Singles; Round 1 – Para Mixed Pairs B2-B3 – Australia v New Zealand (0300 AEST)

VIctoria Park


Men’s Floor Final – Clay Mason Stephens (2200 AEST); Women’s Vault Final – Georgia Godwin (2310 AEST); Men’s Pommel Horse Final – Jesse Moore (2310 AEST); Women’s Uneven Bars Final – Georgia Godwin, Kaye McDonald (0045 AEST); Men’s Rings Final – Jesse Moore (0045 AEST)

Arena Birmingham

How the Aussies fared on Day 3:


Men’s Group Matches – Australia bt Scotland 12-0

Women’s Group Matches – Australia bt South Africa 5-0


Men’s PTVI Final – Sam Harding/Luke Harvey – Silver, Jonathan Goerlach/David Mainwaring – Bronze, Gerrard Gosens/Hayden Armstrong – 5th

Women’s PTVI Final – Erica Burleigh/Felicity Cradick – 6th

Mixed Relay Team – Australia (Jake Birtwhistle, Matt Hauser, Natalie van Coevorden, Sophie Linn) – Bronze


Group Matches: Women – Australia bt Sri Lanka 21-10 21-1


Women’s Individual All-Around Final – Georgia Godwin – Gold, Emily Whitehead – 12th

Men’s Individual All-Around Final – Clay Mason Stephens – 11th, Jesse Moore – withdrew due to injury


Women’s Team Semi Finals – Australia lost to Singapore 3-0


Men’s Sprint – Matthew Richardson – Gold, Matthew Glaetzer – 4th, Tom Cornish – quarter-finals

Women’s 25km Point Race – Georgia Baker – Gold, Chloe Moran – 7th, Maeve Plouffe – 16th

Women’s Tandem B 1000m Time Trial Final – Jessica Gallagher, Caitlin Ward – Gold

Women’s 500m Time Trial Final – Kristina Clonan – Gold, Breanna Hargrave – 7th, Alessia McCaig – 8th

Men’s Tandem B Sprint Qualification – Beau Wootton, Luke Zaccaria – Bronze

Men’s 15km Scratch Race – Graeme Frislie – 6th, Josh Duffy – 13th, James Moriarty – 13th


Women’s Single’s Round of 16 – Jess Turnbull (AUS) lost to Lucy Turmel (ENG) 3-1, Donna Lobban (AUS) lost to Emily Whitlock (WAL) 3-0


Group Matches – Australia bt Barbados by nine wickets


Women’s 59kg – Brenna Kean – 5th, Men’s 73kg – Brandon Wakeling – 5th


Para Men’s Pairs B6-B8 – Australia bt Wales 15-11, Para Women’s Pairs B6-B8 – Australia lost to England 22-5

Quarter Finals – Men’s Triples – Australia bt Malaysia 24-14, Women’s Singles – Ellen Ryan (AUS) bt Dee Hoggan (SCO) 21-9; Round 1 – Para Mixed Pairs B2-B3 – Australia bt New Zealand 25-9


Women’s Light Flyweight Round of 16 – Kristy Harris (AUS) lost to Carly McNaul (NIR) 3-2

Men’s Light Welterweight Round of 16 – Billy Polkinghorn (AUS) lost to Joshua Tukamuhebwa (UGA) 4-1

Men’s Middleweight Round of 16 – Callum Peters (AUS) bt Sumit (IND) 5-0



Men’s 200m Butterfly Heats – Bowen Gough, Brendon Smith – both qualified for final, Kieren Pollard – 4th in heat

Women’s 200m Breaststroke Heats – Abbey Harkin, Taylor McKeown, Jenna Strauch – all qualified for final

Men’s 50m Backstroke Heats – Ben Armbruster, Brad Woodward, Mitch Larkin – – all qualified for semi-finals

Women’s 50m Butterfly Heats – Emma McKeon, Holly Barratt, Alexandria Perkins – all qualified for final

Men’s 100m Freestyle Heats – Kyle Chalmers, Zac Incerti, William Yang – all qualified for final


Men’s 50m Backstroke Semi-Finals – Ben Armbruster, Brad Woodward – both qualified for final, Mitch Larkin – 5th

Women’s 50m Butterfly Semi-Finals – Emma McKeon, Holly Barratt, Alexandria Perkins – all qualified for final

Men’s 200m Butterfly Final – Bowen Gough – 4th, Brendon Smith – 8th

Women’s 100m Backstroke S8 Heat – Isabella Vincent – 5th, Ella Jones – 6th

Men’s 100m Breaststroke SB8 Heat – Timothy Hodge – Silver, Blake Cochrane – Bronze

Women’s 50m Freestyle Final – Emma McKeon – Gold, Meg Harris – Silver, Shayna Jack – Bronze

Men’s 100m Freestyle Semi-Finals – Kyle Chalmers, Zac Incerti, William Yang – all qualified for final

Women’s 200m Breaststroke Final – Jenna Strauch – Silver, Abbey Harkin – 5th, Taylor McKeown – 6th

Women’s 100m Backstroke Final – Kaylee McKeown – Gold, Minna Atherton – 4th

Men’s 100m Breaststroke Final – Zac Stubblety-Cook – Silver, Sam Williamson – Bronze, Josh Yong – 7th

Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay Final – Australia – Gold (WR)


Men’s Group Match – Australia bt Sri Lanka 21-2, Australia lost to England 17- 12; Men’s Wheelchair Group Match – Australia lost Northern Ireland 11-9 Women’s Wheelchair – Australia bt South Africa 21-3


Men’s Semi Finals – Australia lost to South Africa 24-12

Men’s Bronze-Medal match – Australia lost to New Zealand 26-12

Women’s Gold Medal Match – Australia bt Fiji 22-12