ParalympicsGB star David Weir stormed to victory in the T54 marathon today, winning his fourth gold medal at the London Games as Shelly Woods took the silver in the women's race.
Weir, dubbed the "Weirwolf", told Channel 4 it was "a dream come true" after timing his sprint finish on The Mall to perfection to take the title in 1hr 30mins 20secs.
With just three miles to go, Weir was trailing in second position behind Switzerland's Marcel Hug in a leading pack of three, which included the Australian defending champion Kurt Fearnley.
But as the crowd cheered him on, 33-year-old Weir came into view of the finishing straight in the lead and pulled away from his rivals to complete a glorious end to a spectacular week.
Stars of TeamGB and ParalympicsGB took to Twitter after the race to congratulate Weir:
The British wheelchair racing champion's triumph gives him a clean sweep of four gold medals at London 2012.
He has already won the T54 800m, 1500m and 5,000m titles.
Shelly Woods described her silver medal in the T54 marathon today as "just amazing."
She crossed the line just one second behind the winner, American Shirley Reilly, who finished in 1hr 46mins 33secs.
Woods told Channel 4 after the race: