The Royal Navy's Sportsman of the Year has helped power Team GB's bobsleigh team to more World Cup success.
Royal Marine Taylor Lawrence, along with Arran Gulliver, Greg Cackett and GB driver Brad Hall have won gold at the latest World Cup 4-man race at Altenberg in Germany, completing another highly successful weekend in the process.
The four, who had won gold in Lake Placid just before Christmas and a silver medal last weekend at Winterberg, stormed to success on the notoriously difficult Altenberg track with two superb runs.
They led the race after the first heat and produced a strong second run to finish in 1 minute 48.22 seconds.
In doing so they beat all three of the German teams, their nearest challengers, including World and Olympic Champion Francesco Friedrich, on his home track, who could only manage fourth.
"This is the first time a GB team has won 2 x 4-man bobsleigh golds in one season and the first time a German team hasn't won a World Cup or World Champ gold since 2006," the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association said.
It marks another brilliant weekend for the Royal Marine, the brakeman for Brad Hall, after they won a silver medal on Saturday in the two-man race at Altenberg.
In December, after the gold in Lake Placid just before Christmas, Mne Lawrence spoke exclusively to Forces Sport about the team's success after "knocking on the door of a gold medal for so long".
On Saturday, they finished just four-tenths of a second behind the winner, Germany's Johnne Lochner.
Remarkably, they did however beat the world and Olympic Champion Francesco Friedrich, also of Germany, for the second week running.