Kaylene Corbett secured a second gold medal in two days as she raced to victory in the women's 100 metres breaststroke final at the 2019 African Games in Rabat.
Corbett yesterday set an African record in winning the 50m breaststroke and she followed up by leading home Christin Mundell for a South African one-two at Mohammed V Sports Complex.
The South African clocked 1min 09.75sec to top the podium with Mundell finishing in 1:10.67.
Sarah Soliman of Egypt took bronze in 1:13.36.
Alaric Basson and Samantha Randle continued the South African dominance in the pool as they added individual titles to the country's haul.
South Africa also won the women's 4x200m freestyle relay and 4x100m mixed medley relay titles.
Basson clinched the men's 100m breaststroke gold in 1:00.96 ahead of Egypt's Youssef Elkamash and compatriot Michael Houlie.
Elkamash claimed silver in 1:01.52 with Houlie 0.03 behind in third place.
Randle took the top step on the women's 400m medley rostrum ahead of Hamida Rania Nefsi in 4:55.31, while teammate Jessica Whelan secured bronze.
This is what a gold medallist looks like. “I didn’t expect this, I’m happy ... very very happy!” That’s Alaric Basson, the new African Games men’s 100m breaststroke champion#TeamSA #AfricanGames #Casablanca #swimming pic.twitter.com/DwWTVvAjnN— TeamSouthAfrica (@TeamSA19) August 22, 2019
Rower Amina Rouba of Algeria won a second gold of the Games as she battled to victory in the women's lighweight single sculls over 500m.
She crossed the line in 1:44.54 to pip Khadija Krimi of Tunisia to the title.
Krimi took silver in 1:45.38 with Maryam Mahmoud of Egypt collecting bronze in 1:46.58.
Rouba's Algerian teammate Nawel Chiali edged out Dareen Hegazy of Egypt by just 0.09 to win the women's single sculls 500m title in 1:47.28.
The bronze went to Sarah Fraincart of Morocco in 1:48.27.
Hosts Morocco had cause for celebration after winning the team jumping crown.
The quartet of Ali Al Ahrach, Leina Ben Khraba, El Ghali Boukka and Vincent Bourguigon conceded just 1.84 time faults in clinching gold.
Egypt finished second on 3.23 penalty points and Algeria took bronze as the best of the rest on 60.97 penalty points.
Home triumphs also came in taekwondo with Omar Lakehal and Fatima-Ezzhara Aboufaras winning their gold medal matches.
Lakehal defeated Issa Diakite 28-16 in the men's under-58 kilograms final as Casimir Betel of Chad and Hedi Neffati of Tunisia earned bronze medals.
Aboufaras won the women's over 73kg final 27-11 against Kenyan Faith Ogallo.
Ivory Coast's Aminata Traore and Mennatullah Abdalaal of Egypt collected the bronze medals.
The African Games continue tomorrow, where medals will be won in cycling, rowing, swimming, table tennis and taekwondo.