Defending champion Charlotte Dujardin has secured gold in the individual dressage event at the Rio Games.
The 31-year-old, who was part of the Great Britain contingent that claimed a silver medal in the team dressage event on Friday, is now a double Olympic champion after her success at London 2012.
Dujardin, alongside her horse Valegro, finished top of the pack with a score of 93.857%. Meanwhile, Germany's Isabell Werth picked up silver, with compatriot Kristina Broring-Sprehe taking the bronze on the Copacabana.
Dujardin has become the first British woman to retain an individual gold medal at any Olympic Games.