The world mixed doubles and senior curling championships have ended on a high, with the Scottish ladies team winning gold.
They had a close battle with Canada in the final but the score finished 6-5 for the home nation.
More than 300 competitors from 34 countries have taken part in the world championships, which have been held at the town's ice-bowl.
The event has been hailed a huge success by the local council.
Around 15,000 spectators have turned out to see the action over the past seven days. Among the crowd today was Olympic silver medalist David Murdoch.
The Lockerbie curler made the trip down from Stirling to catch up with the action and cheer on the home teams:
The competitors and spectators have brought a welcomed boost to the town's economy with hotels and restaurants running at full capacity.
It's thought that the event will have generated millions of pounds and organisers hope that other major sporting events will now consider Dumfries as a worthy venue.