A father and son duo from Caerphilly have won medals at the Commonwealth Powerlifting Championships in Newfoundland, Canada.
Dylan Davies, 48, won four golds in the over-120kg category, squatting 280kg, benching 140kg and deadlifting 260kg.
Meanwhile, son Geraint Davies, 23, won three bronze medals in the junior under-74kg category.
He squatted 192.5kg, benched 120kg and deadlifted 210kg.
More than 400 athletes from across the Commonwealth competed at the championships, which were held from September 14 to September 21.
Dylan and Geraint were two of the 18 competitors chosen to represent Wales in the competition earlier this year.
The sport consists of athletes lifting heavy weights. The winner is then determined by who can lift the heaviest weight.
Their success builds on an impressive 2019, which has also seen them win titles at the Welsh Powerlifting Championships and compete at the European Masters in Romania.
Dylan said: “It went very well and we were pleased with our performances.
“Wales won five or six golds, as well as silver and bronze medals – it was Wales’ best ever performance.”
Dylan added: “I’m very proud of Geraint. This is a reward for all his hard training. He’s now the best in Wales and third best in the Commonwealth in his category.”
Geraint will compete at the Winter Cup in December and will be aiming to break the Welsh bench record.
The record currently stands at 127.5kg, but Geraint will be aiming to hit 130kg.
Meanwhile, Dylan will be turning his attention towards the British Masters, which will be held in Lincolnshire towards the end of October.