It's been a case of so close yet so far in two events for Australian divers Matthew Mitcham and Ethan Warren after they picked up two silver medals in synchronised finals on Tuesday.
It started with a silver medal in 10m synchro platform event behind England before Canada pipped them to gold in the 3m synchronised springboard.
Mitcham and Warren amassed a solid 424.47 points from their six dives in the 3m event, only to have Canadian duo Alexandre Despatie and Ross Reuben overtake them on their last attempt to 430.35.
Australian diver Sharleen Stratton claimed a silver medal in the women's 1m springboard final on Tuesday night.
Stratton produced a brilliant final dive to finish on a score of 299.15 from her five dives, just short of Canada's Jennifer Abel who won gold with 301.75.
Fellow Australian's Jaele Patrick and Olivia Wright were fourth and fifth respectively.
Australia duo Dina Aspandiyarova and Pam McKenzie missed out on gold by the slimmest of margins in the women's air pistol team event in Delhi on Tuesday.
The pair scored 759 out of a possible 800, the same as both India and Canada, but had to settle for silver on a count back.
All three nations scored 190 points in the final stage of the four-stage event, meaning the medals were decided by third stage scores.
Indian pair Heena Sidhu and Annu Raj Singh shot 192 in the third stage to win gold, while Australia scored 191, and Canada's Lynda Hare and Dorothy Ludwig (bronze) scored 190.
Warren Potent and David Clifton then took bronze in the men's 50 metre prone rifle pairs event.
Potent shot the best score in the field with 594 out 600 while Clifton shot 580 for a combined score of 1174, the same as Northern Ireland's Gary Duff and Matthew Hall.
But the Australians hit more centre targets in the final, giving them third place behind Scotland and England.
Two other shooting gold medals were decided on Tuesday morning but the Australians were unable to add to their tally.
Christopher Roberts and David Moore were fifth in the men's 25 metre standard pistol pairs while Susannah Smith was fourth in the women's 50 metre prone rifle.
Australian mixed doubles side of William Henzell and Miao Miao missed out on a medal on Tuesday night when they lost to England in the play-off for bronze.
The pair went down in four sets, 5-11, 11-5, 11-13, 6-11, to Paul Drinkhall and Joanna Parker at the Yamuna Sports Complex.
Henzell will play in the men's doubles semi-final on Wednesday with Robert Frank.
Australia's Kelsey Cottrell has assured herself of playing for a medal on Wednesday after producing back-to-back wins against Zambia's Kasonde Hilda and England's Natalie Melmore on Tuesday.
Cottrell, who has won all eight preliminary matches in Delhi, is two games clear of her nearest rival with just one match remaining before the finals.
The 20-year-old is ranked fifth in the world and on current form is a strong chance for gold on Wednesday.
Men's hope Leif Selby is also through to Wednesday's quarter-finals.
Australian Deahnne McIntyre had to settle for fifth in the Women's Open Bench Press Para Sport final.
McIntyre lifted 98.5kg to just miss the medal spots, with Nigeria taking a cleansweep of the medals with Esthere Osa Oyema (148.1kgs) snaring gold.
Australian medal favourites Kasey Brown and Donna Urquhart crashed out of the women's doubles gold medal contention after an upset semi-final loss to England's Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro.
The competition's top seeds went down 6-11, 11-5, 11-4 at the Siri Fort Sports Complex on Tuesday and will now contest the bronze medal play-off.
The Aussie mixed doubles team of Cameron Pilley and Kasey Brown have advanced to the medal matches after a three-set thriller against England's James Willstrop and Jenny Duncalf 11-7, 7-11, 11-8.
Stewart Boswell and David Palmer will play for Gold on Wednesday after winning their semi-final against Scotland in the men's doubles, with other Aussie pair Ryan Cuskelly and Cameron Pilley to play for bronze.