We'll see Tom aim for another gold in the vault final, Lauren in the beam final, Josh and Prashanth duking it out on parallel bars, Lauren on floor alongside 2006 silver medallist Ashleigh, and Luke and Sam rounding out the competition on high bar.
PREPARE: Review the Day 1 and Day 2 posts to get up to speed on skills you can expect.
Check out some great photos from the previous competition rounds by searching 'gymnastics' at Daylife.com
The apparatus start lists are available here.
EXPLORE: The Age website, Herald Sun website or official Delhi 2010 website.
WATCH: Live on Foxtel's Delhi Gold from 10:25pm AEDST this evening with Liz Chetkovich and Garry Wilkinson commentating. You can also watch a delayed broadcast on Channel Ten, overseen by Stephanie Moorhouse and Dan Ryan.
Don't forget that a quite good live webstream is available at:
DISCUSS: Right here, with me, live, at your AGB. Just keep hittin' that refresh button. Alternatively, follow (my occasional) livetweets at twitter.com/ozgymblog.
Foxtel gets us in the mood with a Josh Jefferis profile piece. "Gymnastics is fifty percent mental, fifty percent physical..."
10:25pm Let's get this party started!
Will we see more rugby headband action from Clinton Purnell tonight?
Tom and Aussie coaches spotted heartily applauding other competitors. Hooray humans. Hooray for sportsmanship.
VT Pichler: Competing 6th, right after crowd favourite Ashish Kumar.
VT1 Yurchenko double twist, stumbles sideways and falls right off the mat! Oh dear! 13.850
VT 2 Kasamatsu, small hop. 14.700
Chin up, Tom - you've got two golds already! Tom just gave a doleful "Sorry" to the camera!
Average 14.275, finishes in 8th place.
BB Mitchell: Competing second. Loz in the green, gold and black podium training leo. I am sooooo nervous for her! Chest roll mount. BHS flic layout two feet STUCK! Jumps great. Wolf turn a little messy but gets it around. Change leg half, back tuck. Front aerial, switch split front tuck. BHS flic double pike one hop backwards but very nice! Took out the ring jump? Peggy is happy, a job well done. 14.475, difficulty 6.3... her score is untouchable.
LAUREN MITCHELL IS OUR COMMONWEALTH BEAM CHAMPION! CONGRATULATIONS LAUREN!This marks her 4th gold, tying her with the record for most golds won by an artistic gymnast at a Commonwealth Games.
PB Jefferis: Felga half, piked double back, Tippelt, Healy, double pike dismount with a small step forward. Bless Liz for naming the skills because I have no idea about p-bars! Big hugs from Sam, Prashanth and Reiss Beckford. Coaches very happy. 14.625, great score!
PB Sellathurai: Folwell pulled him in closer as they lined up before the judges, and applauded him as he was introduced. I am loving all this sportsmanship between the Aussies and the English, cricket rivalries be damned! 5.1 difficulty. Great form throughout, though nearly overarches on a handstand. Double pike dismount, slight step. 14.000 goes into third place. Joking with other competitors on the sidelines, biggest smiles we've seen him give all week.
Results are in... it's another Aussie gold!
JOSHUA JEFFERIS IS OUR COMMONWEALTH PARALLEL BARS CHAMPION!
AND PRASHANTH GETS THE BRONZE MEDAL!
AND PRASHANTH GETS THE BRONZE MEDAL!
Medal ceremony - Loz has a giggle as she gets her fourth gold medal. Spots someone in the crowd she knows. Oooh, a new coloured scarf - red and green! As the Canadian and Sinaporean gymnast stand beside on the top tier, they're actually standing in height order!
Josh totally chuffed as they call his name, gives a little chuckle. Prosh is genuinely happy for him, hearty handshakes all round. Milks the moment with some fist pumps. Waves to the Aussies in the crowd. Sings loud and proud. Luke Folwell has some matey words once photos are finished.
FX Mitchell: Fierce face in dance. Fumbles on the arabian to stag, struggles to stay in bounds (right on the mat edge). Piked full in a bit low but stays in. Wold turn, puts hand down. Change split. 2.5 to front lay, skids again. Ring jump, split full. Must be tired. Double pike, small hop. 13.925, the door opens for Ash.
FX Brennan: Also in the green and gold leo. Her first and only apparatus finals appearance. Will compete after Lauren, seemed to enjoy marching in beside her teammate and close friend. One hop back on the full in, might've been OOB. Double back, definitely goes OOB. Running front lay to front full, nice. Dramatic dance as always. Double pike with a small bounce. 13.425 into third place.
Peggy gets a happy snap of the girls. Gives a little "Well, you're done til next week!" sigh and smile.
LAUREN GETS THE SILVER, HER FIFTH MEDAL FOR THESE GAMES! ASHLEIGH BRENNAN THE BRONZE, HER SECOND CONSECUTIVE COMMONWEALTH FLOOR MEDAL!
Foxtel cut from the high bar kick-off to interview Lauren. She's fine with not managing that 5th gold; she was notified of drug testingwhile warming up floor so she was a bit frazzled. But she's happy with how her competition has gone.
HB: Wiwatowski: Weiler kip, elgrip giants. Stoop half to release. Kovacs. Falls on the pirouette sequence after it. Gets back up and finishes (skids back on layout doube double). Consolation from other competitors, he looks crushed. 12.725
HB Offord: Australia's last push for a gymnastics gold. Catches first release. Stoop to elgrip giants. Double layout full, just a small step back. Not super difficult (looking at the layout Kovacs by Beckford) but cleanly performed. Great sportsmanship on the sidelines, hugs his competitors. He's a proud Aussie - points out the coat of arms on his chest! 13.550
Sam just misses a medal, finished 4th. Luke an admirable 7th.
Foxtel interviews Sam and Luke. Luke acknowledges his error and looks forward to getting to rectify it in future. The team flies to Rotterdam in 8 hours time- 4:00 in the morning! Sam says the Games (especially the team win) were a positive experience they can build on for Worlds. Luke says "Thanks, Australia!" for all the support.
Medal ceremony - Ash a big smile. Lauren a gleeful hug for her. Woman giving Lauren her scarf gets it a bit tangled! Imogen Cairns a gracious victor. Lauren and Ash step up beside her for photos in perfect unison!
And so endeth the artistic competition in Delhi. Thanks for coming on the journey with me, our gymnasts did a spectacular job! Stay tuned for further updates from rhythmic competition as it unfolds.
Ash is sad the Games are coming to an end but is glad for the experience. Lauren had a few nerves going into competition having been out of action for 10 months. They've mostly been going on a cycle of "Sleep, train, compete!" Lauren is grateful for the arena and podium experience offered by Commonwealth Games. Ash hasn't ruled out London 2012, "we'll see what happens!"