Aled Davies has admitted he is hooked on the Olympic Stadium roar as he celebrates a dominant discus gold.
The 21-year-old was already guaranteed the title and had a tear in his eye when he stepped into the circle to deafening cheers for his final throw of the F42 competition.
The result was a new European record of 46.14 metres.
Davies knew it was big straight away and raced off in celebration, punching the air before draping himself in the Union Flag for a lap of honour.
"It was incredible out there. It's addictive," said Davies, who put his sports management course on hold to pursue his Paralympic dream.
"It's sad to know that was my last event because after competing on Friday I just couldn't wait to get back in here.
"Those roars are just something else. It wouldn't have mattered where I finished, those guys would have been cheering whatever happened."