Greg Rutherford won a third gold medal for Britain when he claimed victory in the men's long jump at the world championships on Tuesday. (Latest Updates from Beijing)
The Olympic champion leapt a season's best of 8.41 metres in a dominant display in Beijing. (Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba Wins 1500m Gold)
Australian Fabrice Lapierre won silver with 8.24m, while there were cheers from a packed Bird's Nest stadium crowd as home hope Jianan Wang claimed bronze (8.18).
Along with Rutherford, Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis-Hill have also won golds for Britain in Beijing, in the 10,000m and heptathlon, mirroring the trio's feats on the same memorable night at the London Olympics in 2012.