Steve Sebburn runs his way to a bronze medal (Getty Images/Invictus Games Sydney 2018).
Team UK have continued their success in Sydney adding a further 17 medals to their tally.
After a day of action-packed athletics, Team UK topped it off perfectly by winning two silver medals in both the Women's 4x100m Relay Silver and the Mixed 4x100m Relay Silver.
Naomi Adie, Kelly Ganfield, Alexandra McClellan and Debbie O'Connell were the medal winners in the women's event.
Joe Dillnutt, Kushal Limbu, Daniel Majid and Alex Tate medaled in the men's.
Malcolm Rose was on fire today winning double gold in the Men's IT5 1500m and Men's IT5 100m.
Naomi Adie was also on a winning streak getting two medals, both bronze in the Women's IT4 1500m and Women's IT4 100m.
There were also three medals from the Woman and Mens IT7 1500m, Debbie O'Connell won silver and Karl Hinnet won silver and Steve Sebburn won bronze.
Moving to the throwing sports Team UK showed no signs of slowing up.
Men's IF6 Shotput saw two members of Team UK medal winners in Dave Watson and Mark Ormrod who won gold and bronze, respectively.
Martin Tye won gold in the Men's IF5 Shotput and Emma McCormick won Gold Women's IF1 Discus.
The finals of the Archery also happened today with Team UK winning the Team Open Recurve - Bronze Medal Contest.
Jennifer Collins then won the Women's Open Recurve - Gold Medal Contest.
Looking forward to tomorrows event and the final day of the Invictus Games, the wheelchair basketball will be continuing.
Team UK will be up bright and early to take on Team USA in the semi-finals.
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