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Scotland’s Neah Evans won a Commonwealth Games silver medal in a sprint finish in the women’s road race, while Australia’s Georgia Baker took gold.
Evans, who won silver in the track cycling points race last Sunday, finished strong but was no match for Baker, who took her third gold medal of the Games.
Australian Sarah Roy won bronze while her team controlled the entire race.
Baker’s win adds to her team pursuit and points race wins.
On a seven-lap circuit through the streets of Warwick, Wales Eluned King finished eighth with England’s Alice Barnes tenth.
Australia contributed to their success on the road after Grace Brown won gold in the women’s time trial.
Brown was part of a six-man Australia team that rarely drove up front, chasing breakaways and ensuring a sprint finish after 112km.
The men’s road race takes place over a 160km course from 12.30pm BST on Sunday with legendary Isle of Man sprinter Mark Cavendish, the favorite going up against defending champion Geraint Thomas of Wales.