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England’s Anna Henderson won the Commonwealth Games silver in the women’s cycling time trial and Australia’s Grace Brown won gold.
Brown won in 40 minutes 05.20 seconds, with Henderson 33 seconds behind and New Zealand’s Georgia Williams third.
The race takes place on a 28.8km circuit, starting and finishing at West Park in Wolverhampton.
The men’s time trial will be held later on Thursday over a distance of more than 37 kilometers.
Thirty-six riders planned to compete in the women’s race, but five dropped out, including South African Ashley Moorman Pacio, who finished eighth at the Tokyo Olympics last year due to illness.
Moolman Pasio was scheduled to be the last rider to start, but in her absence, she became Brown, who rode flawlessly and led at every checkpoint.
Isle of Man duo Lizzie Holden and Rebecca Storrie were sixth and seventh, Wales’ Elynor Backstedt eighth and Scotland’s Anna Shackley tenth.