Sophie Hahn completed a golden quartet after adding the Commonwealth title to her Paralympic, World and European honours on the Gold Coast.

The 21-year-old was favourite for gold but still ensured her best would come to the fore, stopping the clock in 12.46 seconds in the T38 100m – just two hundredths shy of her world record but still a new Games record.

She had British company alongside her on the podium as Olivia Breen finished third for Wales – her second medal of the Games – while Katrina Hart registered a season-best in finishing sixth.

But for Hahn, this was a race all about completing the set – revelling in a Commonwealth adventure she had never previously experienced, with the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games already on the radar.

“I’ve always wanted to be able to get that Commonwealth medal so to come here, to Australia, and do that is so amazing,” she said.

“In the warm-up, I knew I just needed to get out there, to hear the noise and soak up the atmosphere and I’m so happy to be here.

“I think I will always listen to Beyoncé for the race, this time it was ‘Halo’ – something a bit more upbeat to get me excited.

“The Commonwealths was always something I wanted to tick off and the whole experience has been fantastic.”

“The key thing for me is to be consistent and to see what happens from there before peaking for the Tokyo Paralympics.”