Kingston 1966 Commonwealth Games
England's aquatics and fencing teams stole the show in the Caribbean's first and so far only Games.
Team England's fencers continued their Commonwealth Games dominance by completing a clean sweep of the titles available, beating arch rivals Australia in the épée, sabre and foil team events.
In the diving, Kathy Rowlatt and Joy Newman took the women's 3m springboard and 10m high board titles respectively.
In swimming Linda Ludgrove, still a teenager, retained her 110 and 220 yard backstroke titles won in Perth.