Host nation England secured their most successful Commonwealth Games ever with a raft of medals on the final day taking them to 176.

England's previous best medal tally was 174 - set at Glasgow 2014.

They entered the final day at Birmingham 2022 on 166 and ticked past their previous record with gold and silver in the men's doubles Squash final.

With a number of finalists guaranteeing medals, it was the diving gold and silver for the pairings of Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix and Noah Williams and Lois Toulson and Kyle Kothari which effectively sealed their record haul.

England's total of 57 gold medals is one shy of their Glasgow tally.

It left England second on the medal table behind Australia, who finished the Games with 67 golds and 178 medals in total.

Swimmer Tom Dean leaves Birmingham with the most medals in the bag for England, with six silvers and one gold.

Jake Jarman's astonishing Games in Gymnastics saw him collect four gold medals while Spendolini-Sirieix was one of the host nation's breakout stars with two golds and one silver.