UK's Emma Pack won three swimming gold medals at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
Pack, who had already won a powerlifting bronze, was a gunner in the Army and suffered injuries that left her with a hearing impairment, nerve damage and a degenerative disc disease which has resulted in the loss of feeling in her legs.
She won 50m backstroke, 50m freestyle and 100m freestyle.
Team-mate Jen Warren won gold in the 50m breaststroke and now has seven medals across three sports.
Pack said on BBC One: "Jen Warren has got me through some quite tough times - she pulled me back when I was in a tough place. Everything I've done has been for my family and my team-mates."
Also in the pool,the UK mixed relay team won gold in the 4x50m freestyle.
And there were four UK medals on the archery field at Fort York.
Kerys Knight added to her powerlifting bronze by taking gold in the women's compound, overcoming American Kyle Burnett 133-127.
The UK recurve team of Gareth Patterson, Matthew Neeve and Kieran Wood recorded a comprehensive 6-0 victory over the USA to land gold.
And there were UK bronzes for Clare Langham-Phillips in the novice recurve and the combination of Olaf Jones, Kerys Knight and Chris McFayden in the team compound.