Games Day 6: NZ 4th on medals as cyclists hit road

After a night that netted four Commonwealth Games golds and two silvers, Tuesday sees the beginning of the road cycling and the end of the swimming.

New Zealand‘s Alana Barber takes silver in the womens 20km race walk. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Tom Walsh breaks the Commonwealth Games Record with a new personal best and Oceania Record in the Shot Put Qualifying at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Picture by Alisha Lovrich / www.photosport.nz

Dominic Newman. New Zealand Black Sticks men versus South Africa. Picture by Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Eddie Dawkins of New Zealand clocks a new Commonwealth Games Record in the Men‘s 1000m Time Trial. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s Alana Barber takes silver in the womens 20km race walkPicture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand wins gold in the Women‘s 200m Individual Medley. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand is congratulated by bronze medallist Katherine Downie of Australia after the Women‘s 200m Individual Medley. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Richie Patterson of New Zealand is DNF (Did Not Finish) in the Men‘s 85kg Final after failing all three of his snatch attempts. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Sam Webster wins gold in the mens sprint race. Photo: John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Campbell Stewart wins silver in the men‘s15km scratch race. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Women‘s 4000m pursuit team win Silver, New Zealand‘s first medal for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Ryan Sissons and Tayler Reid of New Zealand react after finishing 5th and 11th respectively in the Men‘s Triathlon Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

David Nyika of New Zealand lands a punch on Yakita Aska of Antigua and Barbuda during the Men‘s 91kg Preliminaries. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

David Nyika of New Zealand defeats Yakita Aska of Antigua and Barbuda during the Men‘s 91kg Preliminaries. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Mens Sprint team of Eddie Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell and Sam Webster win gold Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Mens Sprint team of Eddie Dawkins, Ethan Mitchell and Sam Webster win gold. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Lewis Clareburt wins Bronze in the Men‘s 400m Individual Medley Final. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s Brooke Neal and Anita McLaren celebrate a goal against Scotland. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Tupou Neiufi of New Zealand competes in the Women‘s S9 100m Backstroke heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

Matthew Stanley competes in the Men‘s 200m Freestyle heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

Chris Arbuthnott of New Zealand competes in the Men‘s S9 100m Freestyle heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand Black Sticks Women v Ghana. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s Brooke Neal. New Zealand Black Sticks Women v Ghana. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Natasha Hansen of New Zealand wins silver in the Women‘s Sprint Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Phillipa Patterson competes in the Women‘s 53kg Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Phillipa Patterson of New Zealand competes in the Women‘s 53kg Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s flag bearer Sophie Pascoe leads the delegation during the opening ceremony. Picture by AFP / Adrian DENNIS

New Zealand‘s Hayden Phillips. New Zealand Black Sticks Men v Canada. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

ew Zealand‘s Marcus Child. Hockey, New Zealand Black Sticks Men v Canada. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Eddie Dawkins of New Zealand competes in the Men‘s Keirin 1st Round Repechage. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Eddie Dawkins wins bronze in the Men‘s Keirin. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Ianne Guinares competes in the Men‘s 62kg Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Ianne Guinares kisses the platform after finishing 7th in the Men‘s 62kg. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Bobbi Gichard of New Zealand competes in the Women‘s 100m Backstroke heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

Daniel Hunter of New Zealand competes in the Men‘s 50m Butterfly heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

Andrea Hewitt during the Triathlon run leg. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Ethan Dick of New Zealand competes in the Men‘s Individual All-Around Final. Picture by Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand Black Sticks women versus Canada. Picture by Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Quentin Rew in the means 20km race walk. Picture by John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s Shaunna Polley. New Zealand v Vanuatu. Womens Beach Volleyball. Photo: John Cowpland / www.photosport.nz

Track Cyclist Natasha Hansen of New Zealand at a medals celebration function. Photo: Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand‘s Laurel Hubbard. Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Sophie Pascoe competes in the Women‘s SB9 100m Breaststroke heats. Picture by Alex Whitehead / www.photosport.nz

Paul Coll of New Zealand competes against James Willstrop of England in the Men‘s Singles Final. Photo: Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

Joelle King of New Zealand competes against Sarah-Jane Perry of England in the Women‘s squash Singles Final. Photo: Anthony Au-Yeung / www.photosport.nz

New Zealand is now 4th on the medal table, behind Australia, England and India.

Rowing convert Hamish Bond and defending gold medallist Linda Villumsen compete in the road cycling in individual time trial.

Swimming bronze medallist Lewis Clareburt and Brad Ashby compete in the 200m individual medley, and para swimmer Jesse Reynolds swims in his best event, the 100m backstroke.

Reynolds is ranked fourth in the world in the event.

Boxers and both have quarter-final bouts and shooting, bowls, hockey and beach volleyball continue.

and silver medallist Paul Coll will get no chance to rest, with King beginning women‘s doubles with partner Amanda Landers-Murphy, and Coll starting men‘s doubles with Campbell Grayson.

They also play together in the first round of the mixed doubles today.

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