Oscar Pistorius has won the men's T44 400m gold, in the final athletics event of the Paralympic Games.
The South African stormed across the line in 46.68 secs, achieving a new Paralympic record.
The USA's Blake Leeper and David Prince won Silver and Bronze respectively.
Brazil's Alan Oliveria - who had been considered Pistorius' nearest challenger - finished fourth.
After his victory, Pistorius praised the "phenomenal" Paralympic Games.
Speaking on Channel 4, London 2012 chairman Lord Coe described Pistorius' win as "absolutely majestic".
Paralympic legend Tanni Grey-Thompson told BBC Radio 5 Live:
Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock who won gold in the men's 100 metre T44 final tweeted:
The author Tony Parsons tweeted: