Cyclist Laura Trott has become the first British woman to win three Olympic gold medals - and she could add another before the end of Rio 2016.
The former Welwyn Wheeler, who was born in Harlow, set yet another world record with the winning women's team pursuit squad last night.
Just after the race, she tweeted: "What on earth just happened! 3x Olympic Champion!! I couldn't be prouder."
The British quartet - of Trott, Joanna Rowsell-Shand, Elinor Barker and Katie Archibald - made it three rides and three world records in claiming a stunning victory in four minutes 10.236 seconds.
Spectators had expected a close race between Team GB and the USA but the Britons proved far too strong in the end.
Trott is still to ride in the women's omnium on Monday.