“I knew it was my last race as a 50m freestyle (S9) swimmer and what a way to finish with a gold,” an emotional Du Toit said afterwards.
The gold adds to those she won in Manchester in 2002 and Melbourne in 2006. While Du Toit claimed the country’s second gold after another swimmer, Chad le Clos, claimed the first gold in the 200m butterfly on Monday.
Du Toit’s medal brings the country’s Commwealth Games’ tally to five – two golds, one silver and two bronze.
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