Max Whitlock won GB's first ever Olympic gymnastics gold and nobody can quite believe it
British gymnastics fans knew Max Whitlock was in with a very good chance of winning the country's first ever Olympic medal in the sport when they tuned in to watch this evening.
What they weren't expecting was that the 23-year-old - world champion on the pommel horse - would bag the bling on the floor.
And the funny thing was, he didn't even look that bothered.
Perhaps that's because he had another final to worry about - the pommel horse - starting about an hour later.
Or maybe it just took a few minutes to sink in - because a wily cameraman did manage to pick up on the odd tear.
Meanwhile, the watching fans were somewhere on a spectrum of surprised, excited and baffled.
And if you're wondering what exactly he did to claim that gold, take a look at these...
Now all he has to do is settle himself down and try to beat his British team-mate Louis Smith in the pommel horse final...