The New Zealand para-swimming team and their 16 medals have arrived home from the World Champs in Glasgow.
Sophie Pascoe was the biggest contributor to that haul with six, although there weren't as many golds as usual. But she was also swimming in unusual circumstances.
Six medals, three of them gold, is an exceptional effort by anyone's standards. But for Pascoe, the silver and bronze are a rare sight.
"Actually the first time I've had the full set," she says. "It looks quite colourful."
Pascoe won five titles at the last World Champs three years ago, but saw three of them slip through her fingers this time around.
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