Australia's Georgia Baker claimed her third gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with victory in the road race in Warwick.
The Australian team were well placed in the run in for a bunch sprint and gave Baker, who won gold on the track in the points race and team pursuit, the perfect lead out for her to come out on top in a time of two hours 44 minutes and 46 seconds.
Scotland's Neah Evans finished strongly but the line came too soon and she had to settle for silver with Baker's compatriot Sarah Roy taking bronze, with the leading 24 riders all finishing on the same time.
Baker was quick to pay tribute to her team-mates after the Australian train helped set up the victory.
I wish I could split this medal into six, it was real credit to the team and I'm glad I could pull it off for them.
Baker said: "This one is extra special. It was a real team effort.
"I wish I could split this medal into six, it was real credit to the team and I'm glad I could pull it off for them.
"There was a little bit of pressure coming in but we also knew we had one of the strongest teams here. The girls did an amazing job covering all the moves.
"For them to nail the final lead out made my ride so easy. I finished with fresh legs and that was the goal. I did the sprint and got my hands across the line.
"From the start of the race it was, if the race went the way we wanted. If it was going to be a bunch sprint I would be sprinting, if it was going to be an aggressive and hard race where the other nations were going to make it super hard, then potentially Alex [Manly] would be sprinting.
"We made the call out there with about 20km to go and I was feeling good so we stuck to the plan and the girls [the Australia cyclists] led me out beautifully."
Scotland went into the race with just two riders instead of the maximum allowed six riders per team and Evans set the tactic was to keep the workload low and cover any moves from the favourites.
She said: "We knew there were a few big, strong teams here, so the plan was to just try and follow any moves and don’t actually do any work.
“Then, if it came to a bunch sprint, we would do what we could (and) wing it. It worked pretty well.”
Evans has won two silvers and a bronze, but added: “I will have to come back in four years as there is one missing that I really want to try and get. But it has been a brilliant Games for me.”