Andy Murray has beaten Roger Federer in straight sets at Wimbledon to win an Olympic gold medal for Team GB.
The Scot did not give the Swiss a chance and went on to win in emphatic style 6-2 6-1 6-4.
It was Britain's first men's singles gold medal in tennis since 1908.
Murray has lost every time he has met Roger Federer in a grand slam but this London 2012 contest was different.
The Swiss had also won more than once from two sets down at Wimbledon but, after two comfortable holds at the start of the third, he was pummelled into submission again by Murray's crosscourt backhand.
Murray described the victory as "the biggest win of my life", but had little time to celebrate the win as he prepared to go for another gold in the mixed doubles.
The Scot paired with Laura Robson narrowly failed to emulate his performance in the singles.
They took the first set against Belarus' Max Mirnyi and Victoria Azarenka but eventually lost 2-6 6-3 10-8.