Andy Murray has won Gold in the Olympic men's singles tennis at Wimbledon.
He put on a dominant display to beat Roger Federer in straight sets on Centre Court 6-2, 6-1, 6-4.
The victory will go some way to avenge his Wimbledon championship final heartache four weeks ago.
Murray saved two break points early in the opening set before reeling off nine straight games claiming the set.
A decisive period came in the third game of the second set when Murray saved six break points.
The Brit then took a two set lead when Federer double faulted.
A final break in the third set then proved crucial as the world number four confidently served out the match with three consecutive aces.
Murray celebrated what he described as "the biggest win" of his career by climbing into the player's box to celebrate with friends and family.
It is the first time a player from Great Britain has won a gold medal since the sport returned to the Olympic programme in 1988.
In the bronze medal match, Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro beat Novak Djokovic from Serbia 7-5 6-4.
Murray was not able to replicate his success in the mixed doubles final alongside Laura Robson.
The pair had to settle for silver after losing to top seeds Victoria Azarenka and Max Mirnyi from Belarus 2-6 6-3 10-8.