New Zealand has two medals on the opening day of cycling at the Commonwealth Games.
First up, the kiwi team won the Cycle Team Pursuit, beating England by nearly two seconds.
Aaron Gate, Jordan Kerby, Tom Sexton and Campbell Stewart set a Games record of 3min 47.575sec.
Soon after, the women’s team sprint of Ellesse Andrews, Rebecca Petch and Olivia King dominated Canada in a Games record of 47.425 seconds.
Earlier, the women’s team pursuit – down a rider after Ally Woollaston was injured in the Tour de France – took silver in the gold medal race against Australia.
And the New Zealand men’s sprint team of Sam Webster, Sam Dakin and Bradley Knipe beat Canada to win bronze.