Jonnie Peacock has won the biggest race in Paralympic history to cap "Thriller Thursday" and be crowned the fastest man at the Games.
To roars of "Peacock, Peacock" the 19-year-old sent the Olympic Stadium into raptures by powering to gold in the 100 metre final, setting a new Paralympic record.
The 19-year-old powered away in the last 30 metres to finish in a time of 10.90 seconds.
South African Oscar Pistorius, who finished fourth, was first to congratulate the teenager, who set a Paralympic record with the win.
The USA's Richard Browne finished second with South Africa's Arnu Fourie third and Oscar Pistorius fourth.
"I didn't know who would get a bigger cheer," said Peacock.
"Oscar Pistorius or me, because he is such a legend. I haven't been nervous. I was doing my strides in warm-up and I was ready. I felt on form, I knew I had it in me."
For Pistorius, who has now lost his 200m and 100m titles, it was the first time he had failed to win a medal in a Paralympic race.
Peacock's triumph came just minutes after David Weir had continued his relentless pursuit of a golden quadruple by making it three out of three with a brilliant 800m triumph.
ParalympicGB now have a total of 26 medals, including nine golds.