Didcot weightlifter Ben Watson achieved an impressive sixth place finish in his second Commonwealth Games on Monday.
The 28-year-old competed in the 105kg weightlifting category lifting 155kg on his first snatch before lifting 160kg.
The St Birinus Club weightlifter, who took bronze in the same class at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, then clean and jerked 192kg to finish the event in sixth.
Elsewhere at the international sports tournament in Australia, Oakley athlete Matt French missed out on a medal in his final double trap competition on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old shot 24, 28, 21, 29, 28 in the five rounds of 30 to post 130 and miss out on qualifying by two clay targets on the Gold Coast.
French won silver in Glasgow but will switch to skeet as double trap has been removed from the Olympic games.
On Sunday, Oxford City race walker Gemma Bridge finished the women’s 20k race walk in an astonishing 1hr 39mins 31secs to finish fifth overall.
In hockey, Oxford Brookes University lecturer Danny Newcombe coached a Wales side as they threw away a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 to England on Tuesday.
Also on day six, Upper Heyford’s Stefanie Collins featured in the Team England basketball team which progressed to the semi-finals with victory over Jamaica.
Triple jumper Nathan Douglas competes in the qualifying round today (Thursday).