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Summary

  1. Watch on BBC One from 17:10 BST & online
  2. Emma Pack wins three swimming gold medals for UK
  3. Gold for Kerys Knight in archery
  4. Send your messages using #bbcinvictus

Live Reporting

By Chris Osborne

All times stated are UK

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    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.

  2. Glory Days...

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    That's it from us for today.

    Just one more programme to go and it will have plenty of this guy.

    It's the closing ceremony tonight, so we'll bring you the highlights, including a performance from Bruce Springsteen.

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    Liz Johnson

    Paralympic swimming champion on BBC One

    A special mention for Emma Pack - a first Games and three golds. She's gained so much from this competition.

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    UK's triple gold-winning swimmer Emma Pack: "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."

  5. Pack's pride

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    But the night firmly belonged to Emma Pack, who made a golden treble with victory in the ISB 100m freestyle - UK team-mate Jen Warren took silver.

    Emma 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 has also dealt with mental health issues.

    A remarkable medal haul for a remarkable athlete - oh, and did I mention she won a powerlifting bronze earlier in the week too.

  6. Jen's just incredible

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    Jen Warren has won medals in athletics, cycling and swimming this week- and none of them are even her main sport.

    The anaesthetist and former Army Major has designs on going to the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo to compete in Para-canoeing.

    But she leaves Toronto with seven medals across three sports - including two gold after she claimed the ISB 50m breaststroke title.

    A a skiing accident in 2008 means she uses a wheelchair and I think we can all agree that Jen is an incredible athlete.

  7. UK make waves

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    Elsewhere for UK, Luke Reeson collected a pair of silvers in the ISC 50m breaststroke and 100m freestyle, to go with his relay gold.

    Ian Taylor and David Wiseman won silver and bronze respectively in the ISD 50m breaststroke.

    There was bronze for Poppy Pawsey (pictured) and Steve Palmer in the women's and men's 100m freestyle.

    David Wiseman rounded it all off with silver in the ISD 100m freestyle.

  8. Jack in the bronze

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    Video caption: Jack reads from a diary that was kept for him while he was unconscious for a month

    Did you watch our documentary from before the Games, which looked at the lives of four of the UK athletes going to Toronto?

    Jack Cummings was one of those athletes - he lost both of his legs in an explosion in Afghanistan.

    Last night he won ISB 50m breaststroke bronze in a race against athletes with both of their legs - a superb achievement.

    Above is a clip of Jack reading messages sent to him while he was unconscious after his injury - and you can still go back and watch the documentary here.

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    And now, back to the wet stuff...

  10. Golden archers

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    And there were four UK medals on the archery field at Fort York, down by the shore of Lake Ontario.

    Kerys Knight (pictured) 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.

  11. Ready, aim...

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    Archery is one of the most accessible sports there is for disabled athletes.

    As UK archer Ken Hargreaves told me yesterday, if you've got one arm and teeth, you can give it a go.

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    Bad news for UK over at the wheelchair basketball, as they've lost their semi-final against the Netherlands 34-16.

    UK are just about to play their bronze medal match against Denmark and later the Dutch face the USA in the final.

    GB Wheelchair Basketball
  13. Packing in the golds

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    Image caption: Emma Pack won her second swimming gold of the night

    And there were plenty more UK medals across the 50m freestyle and backstroke.

    In the 50m freestyle there was ISA bronze for Steve Ormrod, ISC silver for Luke Reeson and ISD silver for David Wiseman.

    Add to that another gold for Emma Pack in the ISB 50m backstroke and bronze for Steve Palmer in the ISB 50m backstroke.

  14. Invictus spirit

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    Video caption: Tiana Lopez VT

    There was a UK one-two in the women's ISB 50m freestyle, with Emma Pack taking gold to add to her powerlifting bronze and Jen Warren securing silver for her sixth medal of the week.

    But it was what happened afterwards that was most memorable, as Emma and Jen, along with American Amy Dotson, turned back down the pool to cheer on US's Tiana Lopez to the finish.

    Watch the video - it's an Invictus moment.

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    The UK mixed relay team set the tone early one with gold in the 4x50m freestyle - David Wiseman bringing it home.

    And after that we saw one of the most beautiful moments of the Games..

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    Here's a quick guide to the classifications in swimming,

    Swimming categories
  17. Taking the dive

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    It was a big old night in the pool at the Pan Am Centre - with 29 gold medals decided.

    Would UK be among the medal wearers by the end of the night?

    Of course they would.

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    BBC One

    Here we go - it's the penultimate Invictus show and it's on BBC One right now. Or, you can watch by pressing play at the top of this page.

  19. The powerlifting soldier who had a voluntary amputatiom

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    Video caption: Invictus Games 2017: Charmaine Healy on her voluntary amputation and winning silver

    Charmaine Healy was injured in an explosion while serving in Afghanistan with the Royal Corps of Signals and explains her voluntary decision to have her leg amputated.

    She has gone on to win silver in the powerlifting at the Invictus Games in Toronto.

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