South Africa's Natalie du Toit won her second swimming gold of the Commmonwealth Games in the 100m multi-disability event on Sunday.
Du Toit is dominating the short-course freestyle events
Du Toit clocked a time of one minute, 1.81 seconds to take the title in Melbourne ahead of Canada's Valerie Grandmaison and Anne Polinario.
She set two world records in retaining her 50m freestyle title on Friday.
Wales' Rhiannon Henry just missed a medal, finishing in fourth place in a time of 1:02.51.
Du Toit, who carried her country's flag at the opening ceremony, competed in the able-bodied 800m freestyle, but failed to make the final of that event.