Simone Biles' superb Rio Olympics continued as she clinched a third gold medal of the Games in the women's vault, while Max Whitlock made history for Great Britain in the men's floor exercise.
Teenager Biles was tipped for glory before heading to Brazil and the American had already delivered on that promise by topping the podium in the team and all-around events.
And the 19-year-old confirmed her status as one of the poster girls of the Games with a dominant victory in the vault on Sunday, becoming the first woman from United States to take victory in the event at the Olympics.
After scoring a 15.900 on her first attempt at a difficulty rating of 6.3, Biles produced a sensational second attempt that yielded a score of 16.033, giving her an average of 15.966.
.@Simone_Biles is now the first U.S. woman to win the Olympic title on vault and first to win three Oly golds in single games in gymnastics.-- USA Gymnastics (@USAGym) 14 August 2016
Paseka Maria of Russia was the penultimate competitor and had put the pressure on with an average of 15.253, and she took the silver medal ahead of Switzerland's Steingruber Giulia.
In the men's floor, Whitlock again etched his name into the British record books by winning gold and becoming the nation's first medal winner in the event.
Whitlock, who on Wednesday won Britain's first all-around gymnastics Olympics medal in 108 years courtesy of a bronze, earned a score of 15.633 and has chance for more gold in the men's pommel horse later on Sunday.
Brazilian pair Diego Hypolito and Arthur Mariano were second and third respectively, while Japanese legend Kohei Uchimura, who has two Rio golds already, placed fifth.