Scottish cyclist Neil Fachie has won Paralympic gold with his GB team-mate Barney Storey in the tandem blind and visually impaired one-kilometre time-trial.
Aberdeen-born Fachie, who is partially sighted, and pilot Storey clocked a world record time of of one minute 01.351 seconds to win ahead of Spain's Jose Enrique Porto and Jose Antonio Villanueva at the Velodrome.
Fachie, 28, paid tribute to the support of the crowd as he and Storey closed in on their record-breaking time.
"The atmosphere was electric," he said. "The crowd pushed us round that final bend.
"I just can't believe it. To be here winning the gold medal is a dream come true."
Minister for Commonwealth Games and Sport Shona Robison congratulated the pair on their win.
She said: "Well done to Neil Fachie and his pilot Barney Storey for winning the men's individual 1k Time Trial.
"Neil is the first Scot on ParalympicsGB to gain a gold at London 2012. An Olympic gold adds to his already impressive achievements and setting the new world record will be the icing on the cake."
A stamp is being produced to honour the cyclist's achievement and a red post box in his home city will be painted gold.
The Royal Mail stamp features an image of Fachie and pilot Storey riding to victory at the Velodrome.
They will be on sale in more than 500 post offices, including in Aberdeen and in Storey's home town of Disley, Cheshire.