The 18-year-old will take home four golds for Team Final, Individual All Around, Hoop and Ball, a silver in Ribbon and bronze in clubs.

It means Evripidou has equalled the number of gold medals Cyprus won at Delhi 2010 all by herself.

She spoke to the media after receiving her silver medal with tears of happiness streaming down her face.

"I wanted so much to be here and I did what I wanted so I'm proud of me," Evripidou said.

"I came here to win one medal and now I have six.

"These Games were everything for me," she said.

Evripidou was also part of Cyprus first ever gold medal winning team on Wednesday night as they defeated Australia and Glasgow bronze medalist Malaysia.Ā 

It is an amazing achievement for the teenager after breaking one leg in 2016 before breaking the other in the middle of 2017.

There has been great and loud support for her and teammates Viktoria SKittidiĀ andĀ Eleni Ellinaas from the stand with the other Cyprus athletes and team officials cheering them on.

The Australian crowd got right behindĀ Evripidou.

"It was everything I wanted, the support, everything," she said.

"The Australian crowd was awesome."

Evripidou will be looking to go to Tokyo 2020 but for now, she says she can't wait to get home and see her family.

"I want to see my family, I miss them so much," she said.

"They said to me: "whatever I did today they are proud of me"."