Team UK saw plenty of medal success on the cycling track which got well underway at the Invictus Games today.
Army Veteran David Jarvis who had already competed in powerlifting, indoor rowing, and swimming won a gold in the IRB3(M) Time Trial.
The 40-year-old veteran powered to victory and was then surprised with a meeting with Invictus Founder Prince Harry after his victory.
Talking to Forces News David Jarvis said: "Winning the gold, my coach told me because I didn't actually see the result.
"Then I found out I'd actually got the fastest time of the day, out of everybody, and then I found out it was being presented by him [Prince Harry], and I was like wow".
He added: "Then Prince Harry got my eldest daughter over the barrier, and she ran up and got a cuddle which was nice."
On the center court of the Merkur Speil-Arena, it was a mixed day of emotions.
Team UK after advancing out of the group stages enjoyed a big win against Team USA in the quarter-finals of the sitting volleyball.
British Army veteran, Emmanuel Akor told Forces News post-win how "proud" he was of his team.
"It was cracking to be honest.
"I'm so proud of the boys...the emotions are flying but it is what it is. It's a US win I'll take it."
However, their following their success against the US they were beaten in straight sets by Columbia in the semi-finals.
Team UK would then miss out on the bronze medal after facing a strong Georgia side, narrowly losing the third-set decider.
An unlucky 4th place for Team UK, but away from the court the team excelled in cycling and there is still another day of archery to go with more medals up for grabs.
'It's a unique event in the world of sports'
Olympic and world triple jump champion Jonathan Edwards is a trustee of the games and has been presenting the coverage of the Invictus Games live streams.
Talking to Forces News he said: "As we all know from our own experiences, as people who love sport you can have the most intense competition at any level and get great enjoyment from it.
He added: "But it's more the atmosphere between the competitions. I think it's a unique event in the world of sports."