It is the final day of the 2019 NatWest Island Games and Team Jersey still top the medals table.
Four more golds were added to the tally on Day 5 in Gibraltar.
One was for Harry Shalamon in the pool - his sixth individual gold of this games. He broke the games record in the men's 100m Backstroke, finishing in 52:82 seconds.
There were golds too for Flo Cox, and the women's road race team in the cycling, while the men's team took bronze.
Cameron Pirouet took another gold in the shooting, in the 10m Air Rifle.
It takes Team Jersey's overall prize haul to 73 - with 26 gold, 23 silver and 24 bronze.
The Faore Islands are second with 22 gold, Isle of Man third (20) and Guernsey fourth (14)
There are plenty more medal winning opportunities on the last day of the competition.
Among them, Jersey are in the finals of the men's singles and doubles tennis and badminton.