Great Britain's four-man bobsleigh team, which includes Marine Taylor Lawrence, have won gold at the World Cup at Lake Placid in the United States.
The team, led by Brad Hall, fended off the challenge posed by the current world champions Germany, led by the ever-present Francesco Friedrich.
This is Great Britain's first world cup gold since Lamin Deen drove his team to gold in 2017.
Hall guided his team, which includes Mne Lawrence, Greg Cackett and Arran Gulliver, into third position after the first run, just 0.06 seconds behind their German rivals who sat in the top spot going into the second run.
Hall drove superbly in the second run to improve his time by 0.01 seconds, clocking a total time of 1.50.36 over the two runs.
Friedrich could not make up the time needed to challenge for the top spot, leaving the world champions 0.08 seconds off the pace and they had to settle for the silver medal.
Great Britain's win follows a second-place finish in the first race of the 2022/2023 season in Whistler, Canada, and a fourth-place finish at the Park City event last weekend.
Mne Lawrence won silver alongside Brad Hall in the two-man bobsleigh event last weekend, where he took on the role as Hall's brakeman.
Great Britain currently sits in second place in the overall World Cup standings on 627 points to cap off a successful start to their 2022/2023 campaign.
Mne Lawrence was named Royal Navy Sportsman of the Year earlier this month.
🥇 IT'S GOLD 🥇@BobsleighBrad and his team have won their first-ever four-man bobsleigh World Cup!— Team GB (@TeamGB) December 18, 2022