Camperdown cycling export Grace Brown will aim for a second Commonwealth Games gold medal when she contests the women's road race on Sunday.
The 30-year-old broke through for her first gold medal on Thursday night when a blistering time saw her win the women's time trial in Wolverhampton.
Following a slight wobble to start, the pre-race fancy finished the course in 40 minutes and 5.20 seconds, more than 30 seconds quicker than second-placed Anna Henderson from England, who recorded 40 minutes and 38.55 seconds.
"I'm not exactly sure what I did, but I think the holder let go of me a little bit earlier than I expected," Brown said of her start.
"It's really, really satisfying. I tried not to take on too much of the pressure of being the favourite today - be calm and focus on what I have to do.
"Also knowing I have a Tour de France in my legs, I'm really happy I could execute what was expected of me and I had a good ride out there."
Brown just missed out on a medal at the Tokyo Olympics where she finished fourth in the time trial.
Brown's Birmingham gold medal comes off the back of a strong 2022, riding in the first-ever Tour de France Femmes for team FDJ Suez Futuroscope, where she finished seventh in the mountain classification.
She won the RoadNats Championships' elite and under 23 women individual time trial class back in January before finishing second in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège in Belgium in April.
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