Gibson breaks record in semi final
James Gibson sets a new Games record to take him through to the final of the menís 50m breaststroke final.
Gibson, who won bronze in the 100m breaststroke, swam a time of 27.56 in his heat and amazingly fellow Englishmen Darren Mew swam within a hundredth of a second of this in the second semi final.
The third fastest time was swam by Morgan Knabe who took silver in the 100m breaststroke on 1 August.
Semi final 1
James Gibson (ENG) 27.56
Morgan Knabe (CAN) 28.36
Robert van der Zant (AUS) 28.93
Andrei Cross (BAR) 29.96
Semi final 2
Darren Mew (ENG) 27.57
Brett Petersen (RSA) 28.48
Adam Whitehead (ENG) 28.62
Jim Piper (AUS) 30.03