The United States have retained their ultimate mixed team flying disc gold medal as a midday storm affected the sporting competition here today.
Most competitions resumed as normal after slight delays caused by the heavy rain and strong winds but boules sports suffered most as the raffa, petanque and lyonnaise medal rounds were postponed until tomorrow.
Medal matches in the flying disc competition were able to take place this afternoon with the Americans retaining the title they won four years ago in Cali in Colombia.
After leading Colombia 7-5 at half time, the US dominated the second period and went on to claim a 13-7 win at Marsowe Fields.
Canada won a second consecutive bronze medal after beating 2013 silver medallists Australia 13-11.
Sandrine Tas improved on the silver medal she won yesterday by taking the first gold of the day in track speed skating at Millenium Park.
The Belgian turned the tables on Fabriana Arias of Colombia, who beat her yesterday, to the win the women’s 1,000m sprint final in 1min 31.618sec.
Arias took second place in 1:31.861 and another South American, Chile’s Alejandra Traslavina Lopez, claimed the bronze medal in 1:31.903.
Andres Mauricio Jimenez of Colombia was victorious in the men’s equivalent in 1:24.056.
Bart Swings of Belgium narrowly finished in second in 1:24.090 and Frenchman Elton De Souza won the bronze medal in 1:24.112.
It appeared this afternoon's track speed skating my fall victim to the weather but volunteers rallied to get the surface ready for competition.
Arias was soon back on the top of the podium as she won women's 15,000m elimination race in 26:25.536.
Tas was beaten by the Colombian once again, finishing second in 26:25.550.
Germany's Mareike Thum completed the top three in 26:26.079.
De Souza improved on his bronze medal earlier in the day to win the men's 15,000m elimination race gold in 23:11.759.
Felix Rijnhen of Germany won the silver in 23:12.992, while the bronze medal was awarded to Peter Michael of New Zealand with his time of 23:25.506.
Russia extended their authority over the sumo wrestling competition with a further two golds today at Orbita Hall.
After winning four from a possible six yesterday, they won both of today's competitions.
Vasilii Margiev, winner of the men's heavyweight gold yesterday, claimed the open weight gold today.
He proved too strong for compatriot Batyr Altyev, yesterday's lightweight champion, in the final.
Bronze went to Hayato Miwa of Japan after he overcame countryman Soichiro Kurokawa.
After winning women's heavyweight gold yesterday, Anna Poliakova defeated Ukraine's Ivanna Berezovska to win the open weight title.
Russia's Olga Davydko defeated Maria Cedeno to win the bronze medal.