Swansea-based swimmer Ellie Simmonds has brushed off her 'Paralympics Golden Girl' tag, saying: "I think every athlete has been amazing."
When asked what memory she would take away from the Games, the 17-year-old instantly replied: "The crowd... the support has been unbelievable."
Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds has won bronze in the 50m freestyle S6 event.
It's the third medal for the Swansea-based 17-year-old, who has already taken two golds.
Relatives of Swansea-based swimmer Ellie Simmonds have spoken of their pride at her achievements.
Her aunt, Jan Rajput, described her as a typical teenager 'who has achieved so much'.
She said: "From when she was a toddler, she was an exceptional child. She was very determined with everything and once she turns her mind to whatever it is, she will succeed with it."
Welsh Paralympic swimming champion Ellie Simmonds helped unveil the official Team GB Olympic kit at a special fashion show in London this morning.
Ellie Simmonds became the first person to break a world record at London's Aquatics Centre in the 200m individual medley just a few weeks ago.
At the launch of Great Britain's Olympic kit at the Tower of London, designer Stella McCartney said that the starting point for design was the Union Jack. McCartney says she hopes that she has made Great Britain proud and hopes people will like it.
Swansea's Ellie Simmonds, 17, has become the first person to break a world record at London's Aquatics Centre in the 200 metre individual medley.
The Double Paralympic Champion finished in a time of three minutes 8.14 seconds.This means she has beaten her previous best time by over half a second.