Photo Credit: Anja Stridsman via the Herald Sun

Five University of Sydney athletes delivered some outstanding results in their respective events on Day 7 of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

In Athletics, Anneliese Rubie finished 7th in her first international 400m final. The two time national champion and Olympic relay finalist contested what was arguably the strongest women’s 400m Commonwealth Games final in history, running 52.02. Rubie will now turn her sights to the 4×400. 

In the women’s 200m semi final Larissa Pasternatsky was 4th. Pasternatsky has had a phenomenal season running personal bests at 100 and 200 and making her debut in the green and gold of Australia at this meet.

Unfortunately in Table Tennis, the Australian pair of Kane Townsend and David Powell were beaten in the Round of 32 by Singapore duo Yew En Koen Pang and Shao Feng Ethan Poh, 3-0 on Wednesday April 11. The game scores were 11-3, 11-8 and 11-7. 

In Boxing, Anja Stridman defeated India’s Sarita Devi to progress to the semi-final against New Zealand.  

In the Rhythmic Gymnastics, the Australian team of Enid Sung, Danielle Prince and Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatyreva won bronze in the final with a combined score of 120.800.

Enid Sung scored a total score of 47.450 (13.450 hoop; 11.150 ball; 12.100 clubs; 10.750 ribbon) to qualify for the Individual All-Round final. 

Congratulations to all athletes on a fantastic day of competition. 

See the full results breakdown and what else is coming up HERE.