There was double silver medal success for the GB team yesterday as athlete Lauren Peffers and cyclist Tom Smith each came second in their respective events!
Lauren Peffers won her silver in the Womens 400m race in a time of 57.25 seconds.
In the photo gallery (right) you can see her smiling after the race and celebrating with the race winner. This silver medal comes at her third Deaflympics.
The race was subject to an appeal from a Ukranian athlete who claimed her starting block hadn't lit up. However, Peffers race time and the race result have since been confirmed.
You can see Peffers in action in our video highlights of Day 6 at the Deaflympics. Look out for her next race - she is competing in the 800m semi final tonight!
Cyclist Tom Smith also won a silver medal yesterday in the Individual Road Race.
According to the UK Deaf Sport Deaflympics site: "Eight miles from the end, he dropped back from a leading group of four up the final climb. Keeping his composure, he worked to keep the leaders within reach and caught up with 1km to go. His presence broke up the momentum of the group, allowing him to lead a sprint for the finish line."
You can see photos of Smith in action and after his win in the gallery (right), courtesy of the UK Deaf Sport Deaflympics site.
It was the end of the games for the GB badminton team yesterday, as all the remaining players were knocked out. The team manager Andrea Hardwick said that it is "the end of an era" but added that it is time for younger players to get their chance.
In tennis, Catherine Fletcher is now going for three bronze medals after losing her mixed doubles semi final with her husband, Lewis Fletcher, and her singles semi final (where she was beaten by the number 1 seed) earlier today. Yesterday, Fletcher, who is carrying injuries, lost her doubles semi final (where she partnered Bethany Brookes).
There was also disappointment today for the GB Women's Football team, who lost 5-0 to USA in their semi final. They will now play for bronze against the loser of the other semi final.