Japan won three more gold medals on the final day of the International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (Inas) Swimming World Championships in Aguascalientes.
Taiga Hayashida, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Haruki Takayanagi and Shunya Murakami first gained a comfortable victory in the men's 4x100 metres medley relay in the Mexican city.
They clocked 4min 28.93sec to finish over seven seconds clear of Kaio Adriano Olivier Branco, Luis Henrique Sieiro, Gustavo De Oliveira Nunes and Andre Luiz Bento Silva.
The Brazilian quartet finished second in 4:36.15 while Nathan Maillet, Jacky Deforge, Mathis Daniel, Maxime Dutter clinched bronze for France in 4:45.74.
Mai Deguchi, Remi Watanbe, Chinami Harada and Haruna Ogawa then won the corresponding women's medley relay event in 5:21.25.
Australia took the silver medal on this occasion courtesy of Jaime-Lee Getson, Bronte Marshall, Nikesha Sophia Harding and Casey Stevens in 5:25.68.
Ana Karolina Soares Oliveira, Kelly Da Silva Antunes, Debora Borges Carneiro and Stephanie Ariodante then combined for Brazilian bronze in 5:47.98.
Yasuhiro Tanaka then led a Japanese clean sweep in the men's 100m breaststroke.
He touched in 1:10.38 to beat Taiga Hayashida, who was second in 1:11.42, and Shinichi Hirota, third in 1:14.05.
Carneiro also took a Brazilian gold today when winning the women's 100m breaststroke in 1:22.56
Australia’s Jaime-Lee Getson clocked 1:28.20 to edge Japan’s bronze medallist Mai Deguchi by two hundredths of a second.
Carneiro's relay team-mate Oliveira finishes as the most decorated athlete of the week after four individual gold medals.
Brazil finish on top of the medals table with 25 gold, 10 silver and eight bronze medals.
Hosts Mexico finished second with 18 golds, 14 silver and 16 bronze while Australia were third with 10 titles, 13 silvers and four bronzes.
This total featured events in the Paralympic S14 category as well as in other trial eligibility groups.