Billy Morgan from Southampton has won bronze in the men's snowboarding big air in Pyeongchang. It brings Great Britain's medal haul to five - a record for the Winter Olympics.
The 28 year old is the first British man to win a Winter Olympic medal on the snow, and only the third Team GB athlete to do so after Jenny Jones and Izzy Atkin.
He'd crashed on his first of three jumps, meaning it was imperative he landed his next two in an event in which the medals are decided by the cumulative total of their best scores.
He succeeded in what he describes as a "front-side 14 triple with mute and tail-grab, but essentially a triple cork frontside wipe", to score 85.50 which put him into third place on 168.000. A position, even with 10 athletes still to go, he sustained.
When Canadian Max Parrot fell on his final run, Morgan's achievement was confirmed.
The former builder finished a disappointing 10th in qualifying for the men's slopestyle on the opening of the Games. So his preparations for his second event, was, possibly, unconventional.
His success is even more remarkable because of the injury issues that threatened his participation in the Pyeongchang Games. He'd competed in the Sochi Olympics in 2014 without an anterior cruciate ligament, so subsequently needed substantial knee reconstruction 2 years ago.
He faced another setback last summer when his father suffered a severe aneurysm at his home in Southampton.
Watch Billy in action at the Spring Battle in Austria in March 2016.
Reporter Richard Slee has been speaking with Billy Morgan's friends and colleagues in Southampton. Watch his report here.