Former Royal Engineer Gregg Stevenson has won gold in the PR2 mixed double sculls at the European Rowing Championships at Lake Bled, Slovenia.
In a new partnership with two-time Paralympic gold medalist Lauren Rowles, the pair powered their way to a new European Championships best time of 8:02.94 to take the gold medal, beating out pairs from the Netherlands and Ukraine.
Stevenson and Rowles' win contributed to Britain's hat-trick of golds on the final day of the championship, helping Team GB finish top of the medal table with five golds, three silvers, and two bronzes.
In the partnership with Rowles, who won Paralympic gold in Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020, their gold at Lake Bled is seen as a step towards competing at the Paralympics in Paris 2024.
Stevenson's gold in Slovenia was also his international debut, gaining valuable experience alongside seasoned competitor Rowles.
Stevenson took up rowing in 2012, where he went on to compete at the Invictus Games in 2014.
A veteran of Afghanistan, he lost one leg above the knee and the other below when he stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED) while on patrol in Helmand Province in 2009.