Welsh sailor Hannah Mills and her partner Saskia Clark have won another gold medal for Team GB at the Rio Olympics.
The 28-year-old from Cardiff, who started sailing at the age of eight, only had to finish her race today after already securing enough points for top spot.
Four years on from taking silver on the home waters of Weymouth and Portland, the duo arrived in Brazil determined to go one better.
It was a challenge Mills and Clark met, producing an opening series as impressive as it was consistent to see them head into the women's 470 medal race all but assured of gold.
The British duo merely had to complete the double-point medal race without disqualification and duly did so, easing home in eighth in the delayed finale to rubber-stamp glory.
Thousands lined the streets last night to celebrate the return of the taekwondo star.
In an interview with ITV Wales, the Cardiff-born Olympic sailor also spoke of her relief at winning gold with race partner Saskia Clark.
Jazz Carlin, Hannah Mills and Elinor Barker arrived back from Rio this morning and it seems baggage collection could have been a bit tricky,