Ireland's Michael McKillop sealed his status as the world's greatest Paralympic middle-distance runner by making it double gold in London yesterday.
The 22-year-old beat the opposition to claim the most convincing of victories in the 1500m - T37.
He had a season's best coming into the race more than 20 seconds faster than the next quickest runner in the field and it proved as comprehensive on the track as it looked on paper.
Content to sit behind Australia's Brad Scott early on, McKillop passed him before stretching clear from way out, already acknowledging the applause of the crowd as he came off the final bend.
His time of 4:08.11 was a new Paralympic Games record and more than six seconds ahead of silver-winner Scott. Tunisia's Mohamed Charmi took bronze.
McKillop said, "When (team-mate) Jason (Smyth) won two gold medals (in 2008) I was quite envious because he had the chance of it.
"I only won the gold in the 800m and I came back thinking I wish there was a 1500m because that's my preferred discipline on the track.
"So when I was notified there was going to be two races (at London 2012) I was licking my lips ready to train even harder to go and win the double.'