New Zealand has claimed its second gold medal at the Commonwealth Games with track cyclist Sam Webster winning the men's sprint race in Glasgow.
The 23-year-old is the first New Zealander to win men's sprint title at the Commonwealth Games, after beating England's Jason Kenny in a thrilling final.
Webster dictatated the third and deciding race, getting the jump on his rival and holding on for victory.
It was Webster's second Glasgow gold after winning the team sprint with Ethan Mitchell and Eddie Dawkins who took the men's sprint bronze, after being beaten by Webster in the semi-finals.
Fellow New Zealander Marc Ryan claimed bronze in the men's individual pursuit.
Meanwhile New Zealand's won two more judo medals both silver - with Auckland's Adrian Leat finishing second in the men's under-73kg category while Moria de Villiers of Christchurch was second in the women's under-70kg division.
New Zealand has now won eight medals in total, two golds, two silvers and four bronze, to sit sixth on the overall medal table.
England and Australia top the medal table with 32 each, though England lie first by virtue of having won 7 golds to Australia's 5.