Team ACMAC are really kicking on.
Fresh from breaking the 500-medal barrier in 2015, they recently returned from the World Kickboxing Championships in Orlando, Florida, with a number of world titles.
The Doncaster martial arts school came back from the United States with an impressive 11 gold medals, five silvers and 12 bronze.
Sunny Singh, Nat Loy and George Emsley each won two gold medals.
Tiffiny Richardson, Hayden Lindley, Paris Slater, Jade Humphries and Charlie Ransford all brought home a world title.
Darren Revill, Beth Revill and Kieron Stuart came home with silver medals.
While Lee Cutsforth and David Fletcher just missed out on the medals but made it through to the quarter-finals of the team event.
Tiffiny Richardson won no fewer than four medals.
Head coach Andy Crittenden said: “This was the highest standard tournament I have ever taken my team to.
“The Americans and Canadians brought massive teams and such a high standard of competitors. There were also teams from Venezuela, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the usual European teams. Germany and Ireland were particularly strong.
“It marks the end of a remarkable year for us, competing all over the UK as well as Ireland, Germany, Malta, Holland and the USA.”