Australia's Georgia Godwin won gold in the women's all-around final, with English teenager Ondine Achampong continuing her superb Games by taking silver.
The bronze medal went to Canada's Emma Spence as local favourite Alice Kinsella endured huge disappointment, with a fall off the beam meaning she finished just outside the medals.
Achampong, 18, starred alongside Kinsella as England won women's team gold on Saturday night.
Kinsella led heading into the beam apparatus, but both she and Achampong fell to allow the consistent Godwin to take the lead.
Godwin, silver medallist at Gold Coast 2018, scored 12.95 on the final rotation to post a target of 53.55, with Achampong's incredible floor routine scoring 13.350 to finish on a total score of 53 and earn a silver medal.
Whilst Kinsella’s confidence levels appeared to plummet after her mistake, Achampong recovered her poise on her next piece of apparatus.
“I try to split up my competition into each piece, so once one piece is over it’s fine and if I’ve made a mistake I just move on,” she said.
“Obviously it’s disappointing that Alice couldn’t join me on the podium. I don’t think I could have got through this without her. After the beam had finished we both made sure each other was okay. I couldn’t ask for a better team-mate.”