Welsh athletes have won more than 100 medals at the Special Olympics in Bath.
They were competing against others from around the UK, in the event for people with a learning disability.
The Games have now drawn to a close, but it is hoped their legacy will be long-lasting.
Welsh athletes have enjoyed more success today at the Special Olympics.
There were more than 100 competitors in the Welsh team aiming to qualify for the World Games in two years' time.
John Stafford has just won gold in the 25m backstroke at the Special Olympics in Bath.
He is 60 and a Games veteran. He swims with Cardiff Chameleons, and also won a gold medal yesterday. John was presented with his medal by Special Olympics GB president Lawrie McMenemy.
Competition has got underway at the Special Olympics in Bath. The Games are for people with a learning disability.
More than 100 Welsh athletes are taking part, and on the first day they've already won at least a dozen medals.
Tom Sheldrick reports.
Competition gets underway at the Special Olympics in Bath this morning, after the Opening Ceremony last night.
112 Welsh athletes are competing against more than 1,500 others from around the UK.
There are 12 sports on offer this week, with Welsh competitors in 10 of them.
The Games are being hosted at the University of Bath, with a few events being held in Bristol.
Competition goes on until Saturday.