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Birmingham 2022: Action and colour on day 6 of the Commonwealth Games

16 ImagesCommonwealth Games 2022 Day 6: Ariarne Titmus wins the 400m in a Comm games record, Nina Kennedy wins gold in the pole vault, Sam Short wins the 1500m and Rohan Browning finishes sixth in 100m sprint.August 4, 2022 — 9.19am


Ariarne Titmus of Team Australia competes in the Women's 800m Freestyle Final, coming first in a Commonwealth Games record time.Credit:Getty Images


Charisma Amoe Tarrant of Team Australia performs a clean and jerk during the Women's 87+kg Final.Credit:Getty Images


Australia's Peter Bol, right, made it through his heat with ease in the men's 800 metres.Credit:AP


Taneille Crase of Team Australia competes during the Women's Heptathlon Long Jump.Credit:Getty Images


Beth Mooney of Team Australia hits runs during the Cricket T20 Group A match between Team Australia and Team Pakistan.Credit:Getty Images


Suamili Nanai of Team Australia fails to perform a snatch during the Men's 109+kg Final.Credit:Getty Images


Sam Short of Team Australia celebrates after winning gold in the Men's 1500m Freestyle Final.Credit:Getty Images


Australia's Paul Burnett spikes the ball during the Men's Preliminary Pool B beach volleyball match between Australia and Rwanda.Credit:AP


Liam Park of Australia (blue) throws Marc Deschenes of Canada during the Men's +100Kg semi-finals.Credit:Getty Images


Daniela di Toro of Team Australia competes during their Para Table Tennis Women's Singles Classes 3-5 Group 1 match against Akanisi Latu of Team Fiji.Credit:Getty Images


Taneille Crase of Team Australia competes during the Women's Heptathlon Javelin Throw.Credit:Getty Images


Scotland's Eilish McColgan celebrates after winning Gold in the Women's 10,000m final at Alexander Stadium.Credit:AP


Gold medallist Nina Kennedy of Team Australia celebrates during the medal ceremony for the Women's Pole Vault Final.Credit:Getty Images


Bronze medallist Kiah Melverton of Team Australia, gold medallist Ariarne Titmus of Team Australia and silver medallist Summer McIntosh of Team Canada after the Women's 400m Freestyle Final.Credit:Getty Images


Gold medallists Kaylee McKeown, Chelsea Hodges, Emma McKeon and Mollie O'Callaghan of Team Australia pose during the medal ceremony for the Women's 4 x 100m.Credit:Getty Images


Silver medal winner Brandon Starc of Team Australia and gold medalist Hamish Kerr of Team New Zealand celebrate following the Men's High Jump Final.Credit:Getty Images

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