Dumfries has a new crop of six world champions in the sports of taekwondo and kickboxing.
Both the WMAC Taekwondo and MF Kickboxing World Championships were being held in Swindon at the Oasis Leisure Centre at the weekend.
The Matt Fiddes Martial Arts Academy entered 14 students into the taekwondo competition after they won in Manchester in September.
They were up against teams from Kuwait, India, Nepal and Canada to go through to the semi and finals in November.
Out of the 14 students they took home five world taekwondo gold medals. They went to Aimie Johnson, Isla Black, Matthew Riddet, Owen Comley and Isaac Hulme. There were also six silver medals and three bronze medals awarded.
During the same weekend there were another 14 students competing in the Kickboxing World Titles.
Alfie McEwen brought gold back to the region with another six silver medals and four bronze medals following that title.
Master teacher Anne Armstrong said: “As a squad to come home with this haul of medals and to bring six world champions back to Dumfries is just outstanding.
“I’m proud of each and every single kid who stepped up to the plate and showed just how amazing they all are. I’m the proudest teacher ever.” Aimie Johnson and Isla Black WMAC Taekwondo World Champions with Anne Armstrong WMAC Taekwondo World Champion
WMAC Taekwondo World Champion