Australia's Stephanie Morton has spoken of her delight at having recorded a personal best to claim silver in the 500m time trial final at the Commonwealth Games.
Her time of 34.079s was the fastest that she has ever managed in a competitive race, and she was delighted with her overall performance at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.
When asked whether she was happy with her time, Morton told reporters: "Yeah definitely, that's a PB for me. I couldn't do much more than that today.
"That was always the goal, to bust out a PB. If that got me on the podium then great but if not then I would have been happy, so the fact that it has got me on the podium - I'm stoked."
Varnish went on to finish third in the event, picking up the bronze medal for England.