Saaremaa enjoyed a successful session of athletics as they claimed two gold medals on the third day of action at the 2017 Island Games in Gotland.
Rauno Littmae won one of the showpiece events to take place today as he triumphed in the men's 110 metres hurdles in a time of 15.63sec.
Peter Irving of Jersey took home the silver medal after crossing the line in 15.82, while bronze went the way of Gethin Hughes of Ynys Môn.
Saaremaa had earlier demonstrated their prowess in the field events, with Linda Treiel clinching the women's shot put title with a best effort of 13.35m.
Eve Carrington of the Western Islands secured silver, with Åland's Linn Gustafsson claiming bronze.
Menorca's Angela Lopez Marti sealed the gold medal in the women's 100m hurdles, clocking 15.42 to beat nearest challenger Amber Sibbald of the Isle of Man by 0.02.
Sibbald finished second in front of team-mate Hannah Riley, who fought off Guernsey's Kylie Robilliard for bronze.
The Isle of Man did taste success on the track thanks to Catherine Riley, who won the women's 400m in 54.76.
Shalysa Way of the Cayman Islands earned silver, while Eleanor Gallagher of Guernsey took bronze.
The Faroe Islands secured a hat-trick of swimming titles.
Oli Mortensen triumphed in the men's 200m freestyle, ousting Isle of Man duo Alex Bregazzi and Joel Watterson with a time of 1min 50:45 sec.
Signhild Danjalsdottir Joensen had earlier clinched the women's 100m backstroke crown in 1:02.01.
Joensen touched the wall in front of Jersey's Gemma Atherley and Kathryn Offer of the Western Isles, silver and bronze medallists respectively.
The other gold medal in the pool for the Faroe Islands came in the men's 400m medley, won by Alvi Hjelm in 4:22.01.
Felix Gifford claimed silver for the Shetland Islands, while Edward Weber of the Cayman Islands was the recipient of the bronze medal.