Monday evening saw the hotly-anticipated first debate in the US presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Republican and Democrat nominees traded jibes over trade, racism, sexism and foreign policy in a live broadcast watched by millions across the world.
So who said what, and who was the winner?
Trump mostly avoided the personal barbs which have become something of a staple in his campaign, but have proved unpopular with the American public.
Instead, he attempted to focus on Clinton's political record.
Clinton hit back at Trump, quoting some of the plethora of insulting statements he has made about women in the past...
... As well as racial stereotypes.
Trump attempted to blame the rise of Isis on Clinton revealing policy detail on her website.
While Clinton tried to expose Trump's hypocrisy in not revealing his tax returns for public scrutiny.
Trump went off on a bit of a tangent when asked about cyber security.
The majority of pundits have called victory for Clinton, although it certainly wasn't a knock-out punch.
We look forward to the next debate, on October 9, where the candidates will have another chance to show their best side to the public.