Tasmania's Amy Cure won Australia's ninth track cycling Commonwealth gold, prevailing in a perfectly executed 10km scratch race.
Pure precision from Ashlee Ankudinoff, followed by Annette Edmondson and Cure in the final few laps saw Cure power to gold in a stunning end to the 40-lap race ahead of Scottish pair Katie Archibald and Neah Evans.
"It was amazing. I was a bit disappointed yesterday but I came out with a different mindset. The girls backed me and gave me the perfect ride. I can't thank the girls enough. We went with a plan and executed it perfectly,” said Cure.
Australia finished the GC2018 track cycling competition with 19 medals overall; 10 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze.