Jochen Wollmert improved his extraordinary record in Paralympic Table Tennis as the defending champion defeated William Bayley in the men's Singles - Class 7 final at ExCeL.
The German has now won an impressive nine Paralympic medals spanning an incredible 20 years, with his first appearance coming at the Barcelona 1992 Games.
Wollmert, who slipped to number five in the world rankings prior to the Games, claimed the title with a 3-1 success.
"It was a big game and a fantastic crowd," said Wollmert. "I got silver in 1996 in Atlanta, gold in Sydney, silver in Athens and gold in Beijing, so really it should have been silver in London. But I got the gold and that was fantastic. My dream was to make the final against the local matador, Will (Bayley)."