Team UK came away with silver in the wheelchair rugby final following one of the most hotly contested competitions at the Invictus Games.
It was the same match-up as last year's final in The Hague, and sadly for the UK it was the same result, with the US claiming the win 21-13 in Düsseldorf.
The two favourites battled it out for the title, but the US showed more speed and chair skills to claim the win, later being presented with their gold medals by Prince Harry who had been amongst the centre court crowds for the final.
Team UK had made it into the final after beating France 26-19 in the afternoon's semi.
RAF veteran Elisabeth (Liz) Lee, who was a part of the wheelchair rugby side, told Forces News: "It was an amazing game, they made us work for it, and do you know what I am happy to get the silver."
Liz served for 11 years as a General Technician Mechanic, joining at the age of 18. She was medically discharged due to a long-term knee injury, and battled physical and mental health challenges to make it to this year's games.
Talking about her journey to the final Liz said: "It's been hard work, we've put in a lot of effort, a lot of training weekends, a lot of blood sweat and tears, sometimes literally, but it was all worth it for this [pointing to her silver medal]."
Elsewhere, there was further success for Team UK in the athletics.
Former sergeant Alexandra McClellan emerged with a bronze medal in the 100m, adding to the two gold medals Team UK won on Sunday.
Alexandra suffered a stroke in 2012 and was discharged from the Army in 2014. She took part in Invictus Games 2018 where she won silver in the Women's 4x100m Relay.
Team UK's silver in wheelchair rugby made it 12 medals on Day 2, bringing Team UK's medal total to 25.
The Invictus Games is an international multi-sport event that was launched in 2014 by the Duke of Sussex.
The adaptive event is aimed at wounded, injured or sick Armed Forces personnel and veterans, and it takes its name from the Latin word 'Invictus', meaning 'unconquered' or 'undefeated'.
Forces News will be bringing you all the latest news from the Invictus Games throughout the week.