Hounslow are on course to smash their recent medal hauls from the London Youth Games this with year's effort - with only a third of the events completed!
Nine of the 30 sports Hounslow are competing in took place last weekend, and the borough were left celebrating seven medals.
With 21 more sports still to come on the Games' main weekend, July 5-6, they have already won more medals than they did overall in recent years.
And it's all thanks to the swimming team, who won three individual golds and four relay silvers at Gurnell Leisure Centre, Perivale, on Saturday.
Olympic hopeful Alex Garnett was first to step up to the plate with gold in the boys 50m freestyle (24.8 secs), swiftly followed by another for Polly Kemp-King in the girls 50m freestyle (28.24).
Daniel Moir then swum a personal best time of 36.87 in the 50m backstroke before another Olympic hopeful, Tariq Miller, landed Hounslow's third gold of the day by winning the 50m breaststroke in 32.49.
The boys 4x50m freestyle relay team of Garnett, Miller, Daniel Young and Stephen Crinall were unlucky not to add a fourth after winning their heat in 1:46.85, but had to settle for silver in the final race, missing out on gold by just 0.3 seconds.
Other notable swims saw Sabrina Faramarzi clock 37.58 in the girls 50m backstroke, Young finish the boys 50m butterfly in 29.58 and Roxanne Bevan complete the girls butterfly in 32.81.
The other events Hounslow took part in last weekend were basketball, badminton, kayaking, volleyball, table tennis, trampolining, hockey and tennis.
Both the boys and girls team reached the quarter-finals in the basketball qualifiers in Leyton, and there are high hopes for the girls team next year as many of their team were younger than their opponents.
There are big hopes for next year too for the young and inexperienced kayaking squad, who put up a good fight at the Victoria Docks, as they will have a year's training through a project led by Brentford FC's Community Sports Trust.
Another growing sport in Hounslow is volleyball, and expectations will rise next year with talk of an all-year-round club, following a good-but-not-good-enough display this year at Leyton.
The badminton team came close to progressing to the finals, coming second in their group with Bexley, Brent and Islington at Haringey.
It was a similar story for both the girls and boys in the table tennis, both winning two games and losing one at Redbridge to finish second and miss out on the finals.
Also at Redbridge was the trampolining, where Hounslow had four competitors from the Heathrow Gymnastics Club, but missed out on the medals due to the high standards of others.
Another event at Redbridge was the boys hockey, and Hounslow's team was praised by all their opponents for a great team spirit and attitude.
With a new junior section starting at Indian Gymkhana club in Osterley, there are high hopes for next year in this event too.
Staying in Redbridge, the tennis was a huge success for Hounslow, with all four players winning through to the finals at Crystal Palace.
This means the Hounslow tennis team will be guaranteed a top-six finish, their highest for at least 12 years.
The Games' disability events have also taken place, with some good results for Hounslow.
Oaklands School, in Isleworth, reached the quarterfinals of the Boccia (similar to bowls) event at Westway after winning all their group games, but had to leave before the next round was played.
Lindon Bennett School, in Feltham, reached the quarters too but were knocked out by Harrow.
The disability football team, made up of players from Marjory Kinnon School in Bedfont, suffered the same unfortunate fate as Oaklands.
The girl and boys teams both reached the quarter-finals at Regents Park but had to leave before they took place.
Both teams had received six weeks of training from Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, and it really showed with the girls, who won all of their group games.