Manx shooter Harry Creevy has struck gold for Great Britain as part of the team that won the 300 metres prone rifle competition, at the World Shooting Championships in Munich.
He shot the second best score of the three British competitors, with 597 out of 600.
Great Britain edged Austria into second place, with France third.
The individual competition for the 300 metres prone rifle is on Friday.
There was also a medal for the other Manx shooter at the championships.
Tim Kneale was 14th in the individual double-trap event, missing qualification for the final shoot-off by a single target.
But he rallied for the double-trap team event, helping Great Britain to a bronze medal.