Wilson claims Shooting gold - London 2012 - Shooting
Peter Wilson claimed a gold medal for Great Britain in the men's Double Trap Shooting competition.
The 25-year-old led from start to finish at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
Wilson, the world record-holder and world number two in the event, was three points ahead going into this afternoon's final after three qualifying rounds in the morning.
And in a tense final shoot-out Wilson missed five shots, including a double as he closed in on gold.
But his opponents could not take advantage and the Briton eventually finished two clear of Sweden's Hakan Dahlby with a total score of 188 out of 200 shots fired.
Wilson needed one hit from the final two targets but got both before falling to his knees in tears.
A capacity crowd gave the new Olympic Games champion a standing ovation before he climbed into the first row of seats to greet his mother and tearful girlfriend, Michelle.
As he was surrounded by photographers he simply said: 'It's awesome, fantastic.'
Dahlby took silver while, behind the celebrations, Russian Vasily Mosin won bronze after a shoot-off with Kuwaiti Fehaid Aldeehani.