Team England celebrated triple gold medal success in Triathlon on Sunday.

Georgia Taylor-Brown brought England home in the mixed team relay after Katie Crowhurst and David Ellis won women's and men's PTVI gold.

The England team, led out by men's gold medallist Alex Yee, finished 46 seconds ahead of Wales with Australia coming home to take bronze.

It was also a second medal of the Games for Taylor-Brown after her silver in the women's triathlon, with Sophie Coldwell and Samuel Dickinson rounding off the winning team.

Yee, who opened up a 20-second lead for his team after the opening leg, said: "I wanted to do the best I could and it was a case of run hard and get a lead for Sophie and then it's in good hands.

"I enjoyed it. It was as amazing as Friday."

Coldwell added: "One thought was, 'woo, a 20-second start' and on the other hand, 'oh no, I've got a 20 second start'. I just thought about getting a good swim and getting my head down."

Crowhurst and her guide Jessica Fullagar ensured England defended their women's PTVI title from 2018, when Jade Jones won gold, finishing four minutes and seven seconds clear of Northern Ireland's Chloe MacCombe and her guide Catherine Sands.

Canada took the bronze medal, with Jessica Tuomela and her guide Emma Skaug four minutes and 40 seconds adrift of the winners.

Crowhurst's gold came hot on the heels of Ellis' as he and his guide Luke Pollard came home four minutes and 30 seconds clear of Australia's Sam Harding and his guide Luke Harvey.

Australia also claimed the bronze medal with Jonathan Goerlach and his guide David Mainwaring finishing third, seven minutes and 42 seconds adrift of the winners.

Crowhurst, 18, was full of praise for her guide Fullagar after crossing the line first, saying: “I only started the triathlon a year ago, so this is amazing.

“It was raining at the start so I was worried there wouldn’t be a crowd but there was and it was amazing.

"To have Jess with me was amazing - to help me push through the pain. This is only our second race together. To come here and deliver is incredible.”

It is just unbelievable, the best feeling ever, an awesome day
David Ellis

Meanwhile, Ellis was delighted to bounce back from his disappointment at Tokyo last summer, where he suffered a mechanical failure and was boosted by his family cheering him on.

He said: "It is just unbelievable, the best feeling ever, an awesome day. The last 12 months have been hard, with Tokyo on all us all the time, so coming here [and winning] is such a relief.

"Tokyo was so disappointing and I didn't want that feeling again.

"I've never seen them [his family] this excited and emotional. It made all the difference [having them here]."