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As it happened: Day 3 - Sophie Pascoe rockets to gold in the pool then collapses moments after TV interview; recovers to collect medal

Welcome to 1 NEWS NOW's live coverage of the 2018 Commonwealth Games from the Gold Coast, Australia.

Follow all the events on our live stream here.

NZ's medal haul: 3 gold; 4 silver; 5 bronze

1.30am: Okay, that wraps up a full-on day for NZ at the Gold Coast Games. An awesome night for NZ with four medals, we'll be back tomorrow morning around 1130am to do it all again. So long.

1.20: Watch NZ's Campbell Stewart grab silver in cycling's 15km scratch race

This was a great way to round things off at the track for the NZ team tonight...

1.13am: In the bowls, Jo Edwards is through to the singles semi after a 21-9 win, but our men's pair are out after a 20-7 loss to Wales.

1.07am: In the squash Joelle King is through to the semi finals after a straight sets quarter finals win.

1am: Tall Blacks v Boomers, Basketball

The Tall Blacks crumbled late to lose 79-73 to the Aussies, but one hell of performance in which they led deep into the fourth quarter.

00.40: Here's Sophie Pascoe's medal ceremony...

00.38: Tall Blacks v Boomers, Basketball

It's all tied up at 71-71 with under three to play.

00.29: Tall Blacks v Boomers, Basketball

Australia have hit the front here for the first time in forever, a couple of big 3s and they lead by two with seven minutes to go - 63-61.

00.24: Silver! Nineteen-year-old Campbell Stewart nails it in the men's Scratch Race

Campbell Stewart timed his run perfectly, races home for a silver, what a few days it's been for the cycling programme.

00.17pm: Tall Blacks v Boomers, Basketball

This one looks like it's going the distance, getting abit chippy late in the third quarter 55-51 NZ leading, one minute left in the third

00.12pm: Sophie Pascoe is getting her medal, she's up and looking better

Yip, she's okay, that was a scary moment for those watching, we'll have the video of it shortly, but she's all good. Getting her medal now and beaming with that trademark smile.

11.55pm: Pascoe has been taken for a check-up after talking to 1 NEWS. She was completely knackered by that swim and struggled through an interview then collapsed walking off.

11.50pm: Women's SM10 200m IM Final - Sophie Pascoe

Gold! Sophie Pascoe rockets home to take it out in 2.27.72, first gold in the pool at the Goldie. She is the world record holder, she hit the front early with the butterfly, then backstroke, breaststroke, then a big freestyle to finish, Pascoe first, daylight second.

11.45pm: Tall Blacks v Boomers, Basketball

NZ is playing well here, they lead 40-35 at halftime. Watch it here.

11.27pm: GOLD MEDAL RACE - Men's sprint final Webster v Scotland's Jack Carlin - race two...

Here we go, Webster leading off this time they're underway, cat-and-mouse again, going at a snails pace early, Webster eyeing over his shoulder at Carlin , now they start to ramp up, the bell, here comes Carlin, 20, they're off, Webster leading, in the sprint, Webster leads, Webster, Webster, Carlin on the line, it's a photo ....he got there!! Webster wins!!!!

He's holding up his bike to the crowd, he's delighted, defending his title from Glasgow 2014, nice moments. 

11.16pm: Basketball - Tall Blacks v Aussie

A bit of a turn-up in the basketball so far, NZ are leading Australia 21-19 after the first quarter.

11.03pm: Kiwi weightlifter Richie Patterson in tears, career over

A tough night for Richie, defending his 85kg title from Glasgow, failed to record a successful lift tonight, and couldn't hold back the tears afterwards...

10.52pm: GOLD MEDAL RACE - Men's sprint final Webster v Scotland's  Jack Carlin

They're underway, it's cat-and-mouse, Webster trailing and now the bell, out of their seats, here we go. Webster comes around the outside and powers home. 1-0 to NZ...

10.47pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)

It's England Katie Marchant, the bronze medallist from Rio, she's struggling, 34.583, Cumming gets bronze!!!! At 20-years-old, Cumming has pulled a shocker. Well done!

10.40pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)

Emma Cumming is still third here, meanwhile in the bowls, Jo Edwards is 15-3 up after 12 ends in her quarter final, here comes the last rider...

10.30pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)

Emma Cumming has nailed 34.230, just outside Natasha Hansen's NZ record but good enough for second place at the moment. Hansen still to come. Aussie gold medal winner Stephanie Morton leads. Here's Hansen..

Hansen's away, early on, she's ahead of schedule after one lap, dropping back, at the line, 34.238, that'll leave her third, she clipped a couple of foam pads on the inside of the race track and that slowed her down.

10.20pm: Squash

Still waiting for Joelle King and Paul King to get underway in there squash quarter finals. 

10.20pm: Bowls

Jo Edwards is dominating her single quarter final over Emma Firyana Saroji, 11-2 after eight ends, looking good to head into the medal rounds Jo Edwards.

10.10pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)

Ellesse Andrews records 35.850, that won't be quick enough to medal. Three of 16 down. A race against the clock.

10:05pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)

Another final on the track, we're into it, just 500 metres. This is a final but it's just a time trial - riders riding solo, the quickest gets the gold. Natasha Hansen, among the favourites already with two silvers will be among the last of the 16 riders to go.

10.00pm: Women's 25km points race finals (Michaela Drummond, Rushlee Buchanan, Raquel Sheath)

The Kiwis are fading here, Rushlee Buchanan is in fifth but her legs are gone, entering the last 10 of 100 laps.

9.50pm: Women's 25km points race finals (Michaela Drummond, Rushlee Buchanan, Raquel Sheath)

Kiwi Rushlee Buchanan just won a sprint, she's second after six out of 10 sprints.

9.37pm Men's 200m butterfly final (Lewis Clareburt and Bradlee Ashby)

Meanwhile, here's a big final in the pool. Lewis Clareburt and Bradlee Ashby have a chance, remember Clareburt nailed a bronze in the 400m IM last night, he's the form horse. Not the favourite but here we go. Four lengths of the pool and they're away, Clareburt in lane seven but it's two-time Comm Games champ Chad le Clos who is way out in front, Clareburt well back but still in third. Le Clos gets it, the Kiwis out of the medals, not tonight.

9.34pm: Women's 25km points race finals (Michaela Drummond, Rushlee Buchanan, Raquel Sheath)

We're underway in the points race, Michaela Drummond the best of the Kiwis early with two pints.

9.22pm: Shock result! Defending gold medal weightlifter Kiwi Richie Patterson out of sorts, drops out early

Patterson misses three times at 143kg on the snatch and he's gone.

9.20pm: Webster races for the men's sprint final

Okay, Sam Webster took down Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom in race one of three - he can clinch his final spot here. He leads him out, then he accelerates on lap two and clears out, that's dominant! Into another final is Webster, a chance for a second gold, that best of three to go at 11pm.

9.10pm: What you can look forward to later this evening:

8:40pm: Men's sprint semi-finals (Sam Webster)
9.16pm: Women's 25km points race finals (Michaela Drummond, Rushlee Buchanan, Raquel Sheath)
9.37pm: Men's 200m butterfly final (Lewis Clareburt and Bradlee Ashby)
9:59pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)
11pm:  Tall Blacks v Australia
11.16pm Men's SB8 100m backstroke final (Celyn Edwards, Jesse Reynolds)
11.33pm Women's S9 200m individual medley final (Sophie Pascoe)
11:47pm: Men's 15km scratch race finals (Nicholas Kergozou, Campbell Stewart and Dylan Kennett)

8.57pm: Weightlifting

Richie Patterson has made a great start in the men's 85kg class, he's snatched 143kg, remember he's the defending champion from Glasgow. He's amongst the leaders.

8.45pm: Webster wins sprint race one in the semis

Okay, Webster has cruised to victory over Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom in the first race in his semi, the best of three. Second race coming up in 10 minutes.

8.40pm: As we wait for Sam Webster's men's sprint semi, here's a touching story from the boxing, with Fiji's Winston Hill, a 24-year-old from Suva who was handed a tight 3-2 points decision over Lyndel Marcellin of St Lucia on his games debut in the 69kg division. On the brink of tears, he told 1 NEWS, "I want to dedicate this fight to my little cousies".

8.30pm: Lawn bowlers making a comeback

They were down 12-2 early but NZ's women's four now trail by 15-8 after 14 ends. The South Africans looking pretty happy with themselves, the winner's into the medal matches.

8pm: Beach Volleyball

Our volleyballers have beaten Mozambique to remain unbeaten in Pool C, Ben and Sam O'Dea have a couple more days of pool games before the quarter finals on Tuesday.

7.45pm: Here are some of the Kiwis in finals tonight:

8:40pm: Men's sprint semi-finals (Sam Webster)
9.16pm: Women's 25km points race finals (Michaela Drummond, Rushlee Buchanan, Raquel Sheath)
9.37pm: Men's 200m butterfly final (Lewis Clareburt and Bradlee Ashby)
9:59pm: Women's time trial final (Ellesse Andrews, Emma Cumming, Natasha Hansen)
11pm:    Tall Blacks v Australia
11.16pm Men's SB8 100m backstroke final (Celyn Edwards, Jesse Reynolds)
11.33pm Women's S9 200m individual medley final (Sophie Pascoe)
11:47pm: Men's 15km scratch race finals (Nicholas Kergozou, Campbell Stewart and Dylan Kennett)

7.38pm: Beach Volleyball

NZ's men's beach volleyball pair are in action, its their second Pool C game against Mozambique. Ben and Sam O'Dea have won the second set and looking likely to make it two from two.

7.27pm: Lawn bowls, women's fours

NZ in trouble in the quarter finals, after nine ends, down 12-2 to South Africa.

7.15pm: Sprint cycling

Sam Webster is into the semis of the men's sprint, set to go at 8.40pm.

6:44pm - Lawn bowls

A couple of matches are underway, the women's fours and the men's triples. In the men's NZ are leading 9-3 after 5 ends.

6:35pm - Cycling

One Kiwi in the second scratch race heat. Campbell Stewart finished sixth.

6:19pm - Beach volleyball

The O'Dea brothers have won again, beating Mozambique 2-1.

6:14pm - Cycling

Sam Webster on the other hand has qualified. Nice one Sam!

6:09pm - Cycling

Mitchell in action against Schmid in race two...it's a tight finish. I think he got pipped just. He almost held on, great effort Ethan.

5:50pm - Cycling

We've got the officials results from the scratch race heat now. Nicholas Kergozou finished sixth and Dylan Kennett was seventh.

5:40pm - Cycling

The Kiwis comfortable qualified in that scratch race heat.

5:25pm - Cycling

Sam Webster wins race 1 of his men's sprint quarter but Ethan Mitchell went down Ethan Schmid.

5:15pm - Cycling

The qualifying for the men's sprint is continuing but the medal win in the relay triathlon means NZ now has eight medals; one gold, three silver and four bronze.