Team Maccabi GB scooped 36 medals at the JCC Maccabi Games in Miami.
The annual sporting tournament for teens aged 13 to 16 saw Team GB across in a number of sports.
Participants won 9 gold, 14 silver and 13 bronze medals as they competed in football, tennis, table tennis, swimming and dance.
The GB delegation was also involved in Arts Fest which ran alongside the sports tournament.
Joseph Salt won every match match on route to gold in the U14 Boys tennis division.
Sam Klein won gold in the U16 table tennis group.
And talented swimming trio Noah Stewart, Anatole Ferera and Romane Ferera won 16 medals between them.
Both the U14 (Blue) and U16 football teams made it to the finals in their resepctive league. Both teams won a silver with the U14s losing out on glory in a penalty shoot out.
Elsewhere, the Mixed Girls football team won bronze while the U14 (White) football team was knocked out at the quarterfinal stage.
During the games, a number of GB athletes were awarded Midot medals for leadership, positivity and embodying a spirit of fair play.
A crowd of 3,500 attended the opening ceremony including a large number of GB spectators.
Athletes also took part in the annual JCC Cares charitable project to benefit children in Uganda.
Janice and Ian Aarons were joint heads of the Great Britain gelegation.
“Team Maccabi GB are not only coming home with an astounding number of medals but are returning with amazing memories, new friendships and more opportunities open to them with Maccabi GB,” said Janice.
“The JCC Games is more than just a sporting tournament, young Jewish people from across the world come together for one amazing experience.”
The JCC Games will be held in Orange County, Los Angeles next year.