HUDDERSFIELD fire station had three winners at the World Firefighters Games.
Station Officer Andrew Kinnear won two golds and a bronze in athletics - the bronze in an event he had never taken part in before.
The fire station clerk, Jean Gledhill, won a gold and a silver in badminton at the games held in Sheffield.
And Firefighter Mark Colley - who serves with Green Watch - won a silver at golf.
Andrew, who works in the fire safety department, won gold in the 4x100 metres and the 4x400 metres relays for people aged 40 to 44.
His bronze came in the triple jump even though he had never done it before.
He said: "I just thought I'd have a go - and surprised myself!"
His best jump was 10.1 metres.
Andrew, 42, lives at Ackworth, near Barnsley.
He is married to Tracey and the couple have two children, 20-year-old daughter Gemma and son, Kendall, 18.
He is a member of Barnsley Athletics Club.
The games were the first time 44-year-old Jean had partnered Celia Hillman, who works for Cornwall Fire Service.
Jean, station clerk at Huddersfield and Slaithwaite fire stations, said: "We knew one another from playing badminton in fire service tournaments and just clicked.
"We were delighted to win."
The pair beat two women from Hong Kong in the final to scoop the gold medal in the Over-40s women's doubles.
Jean also won silver in the Over 40s women's singles.
Jean, of Slaithwaite, is married to Martin and the couple have three daughters, 20-year- old Natalie, Elizabeth, 18, and Helen, 16. She plays for Royds Hall in the Huddersfield Badminton League.
In the golf, Mark tied with a final score of 77 in his last round with the winner - but the other man had a better score on the final nine holes, which meant he pipped Mark to the gold.
Mark, 42, of Heckmondwike, said: "It's a shame it didn't go to a play-off, but that's the way it is.
"The games are held every two years. The last one were in New Zealand and the next will be in Hong Kong."
Mark, a firefighter for 17 years, has been playing golf for more than 20. He is a member of Dewsbury Golf Club and has a handicap of nine.
He is married to Helen and they have a son, Scott, 15.
* The World Firefighters Games began in 1990 and have been held every two years since
* The Sheffield games were hosted jointly by South Yorkshire Fire And Rescue Service and Humberside Fire Brigade
* They featured 60 sports and 830 events
* Each contestant must pay £75 to enter - but they can enter as many events as they want
* They are open to all firefighters, retired firefighters or civilians who work in the fire service and their spouses
* The next games will be in 2006 in Hong Kong.