Patrick Huston has won recurve gold for Britain after a blistering performance in stage one of the Indoor Archery World Cup in Marrakesh!
He qualified in second spot then breezed past Spain's Guillermo Diaz Linares 6-2, Ege Yildirim of Turkey 6-2, German Cedric Rieger 6-4 and Frenchman Lucas Daniel, winning the semi-final 6-4.
That brought him face-to-face with fifth seed Matteo Fissore of Italy, who had earlier ended Adeel Qadir's hopes. It was a close final but Patrick claimed gold with another 6-4 scoreline.
Top seed Jean-Charles Valladont claimed bronze after a shoot-off against fellow Frenchman Daniel.
There were good performances by other British archers too as recurvers Adeel Quadir, Alex Smith and Edward McDermott all made the final 32. Nicky Hawkins, Leslie Day, Michael Clarke and Ghassan Alusi put in solid performances but missed out on the final cut.
All three British compounders made it through to the last 32. Neil Laszkowicz just missed out against eventual silver medallist Peter Elzinga of the Netherlands. Alistair Whittingham was frustrated by Frenchman Antoine Quiquere and another Dutchman, Ruben Bleyendaal, ended Carl Harding's hopes.
You can find out more about the tournament here and find all the results here.