Team GB have won their first gold medal of the Beijing Winter Olympics in the women’s curling.
Eve Muirhead’s team led 4-1 after the fifth end after Japanese skip Satsuki Fujisawa missed an attempted take-out and gave Muirhead a steal of one.
Muirhead scored two on the first end but a missed attempt at two in the fourth had given the Japanese a glimmer of hope.
But Team GB sealed the game with a 10-3 victory – the joint-biggest winning margin in a final since the sport was reintroduced in 1998.
Team member Jennifer Dodds told the BBC: “I don’t think it is going to sink in for a while.
“I am so proud of the way these girls played in the final.
“We grew in confidence with every game.
“Thanks to our family and friends – they know how much this means to us.”
Team-mate Hailey Duff added: “We just focused on what we needed to do.”