Jonathan Fox became Great Britain's first Paralympic champion in the pool at London 2012 after he won a thrilling S7 100 metres backstroke race at the Aquatics Centre.
The 21-year-old had lowered his own world record this morning in the heats, dipping under one minute 10 seconds for the first time.
Effectively, the race was a duel between Fox and Yevheniy Bohodayko with the Briton appearing to have sealed victory by the 75m mark. However, the Ukrainian came back with every stroke but Fox held him off to touch in 1min 10.46sec to upgrade his silver medal from Beijing.
After leaving the water, Fox played to the crowd who were ecstatic.