The Paralympics in London have ended on a high for the New Zealand athletes, with another gold and silver medal won on Saturday.
The latest gold went to Wellington swimmer Mary Fisher, 19, who set a world record in winning the 200 metre individual medley.
Paralympics New Zealand's High Performance Director, Malcolm Humm, says her performance has been among the highlights of the Games.
She won a total of four medals: a gold, two silvers and a bronze.
Saturday's other medal went to another 19-year-old, Canterbury's Sophie Pascoe.
She won a silver in the 100 metres breaststroke, giving her a total of three golds and three silvers in London.
Mr Humm says it's been a successful Games for the team, which was aiming for 18 medals, and came away with 17, six of them gold.
He says even though the competition is over for the New Zealand athletes, they have a big day on Sunday, including the closing ceremony.