Team UK will be coming home from the second Invictus Games in Orlando with their heads held high, after taking 131 medals.
On the last day, with only two events remaining, the UK team of wounded, sick and injured personnel and veterans made sure they took home medals in both the wheelchair tennis and wheelchair basketball.
It brings the overall medal total to 131 - 49 gold, 46 silver and 36 bronze.
The final day began on a high when UK wheelchair tennis duo and former soldiers Andy McErlean and Alex Krol took gold against the New Zealand team with an impressive six games to one.
Despite the soaring temperatures in Orlando, the pair remained fixed on their target and drove the Kiwis all over the court to the delight of the UK fans, who cheered them on throughout.
Their medals were presented by Prince Harry, while the Second Sea Lord Vice Admiral Jonathan Woodcock OBE gave the silver medals to the runners-up.
The UK gold in wheelchair tennis was one of a number of firsts during the games, with the sport proving incredibly popular in Orlando.
And it seems pretty certain that's got something to do with the characters involved, as Forces TV's Cath Brazier found out...
In the wheelchair basketball, the team faced Denmark in the semi-final and took a comfortable lead of 18-5 at half-time, going onto a final score of 29-10.
They met hosts the US in the final but failed to get a full grip on the game, finishing with silver and a score of 48-16.
Invictus, meanwhile, has been all about comradeship between athletes and nations. 
And when athletes aren't competing, international banter is the order of the day, as Forces TV's team in Orlando found out...