Team GB dominate in the canoeing to take first and second
Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie won gold for team GB in the men's pairs canoeing - catapulting Great Britain into fifth in the overall Games medal table.
The pair took gold with fellow Britons David Florence and Richard Hounslow winning silver at the Lee Valley White Water Centre.
It is the first time Britain has won canoe gold and victory was made all the better as the other British pair - Florence and Hounslow - took silver.
The two pairs celebrated arm-in-arm on the course at the Lee Valley white water centre as they soaked up the adulation of the raucous home crowd.
In front a jubilant home crowd, Stott and Baillie won gold in a time of 106.41 seconds, followed by Richard Hounslow and David Florence who took 106.77 seconds to claim silver.
Pavol and Peter Hochschomer of Slovakia took bronze amid extraordinary scenes.
The success lifts Britain to fifth in the overall medal table, with four golds.
Stott told the BBC: 'It's weird, it could have been a disaster and now it's a dream.