Great Britain's Jake Jarman finished in a highly respectable fifth place in the men's all-around final at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool.
The four-time Commonwealth Games champion took to the individual contest alongside compatriot Joe Fraser and ended with a total of 82.865 to break into the top five.
Jarman competed the most difficult floor routine of the evening to score 14.433 - the third highest in the competition - while he showcased his brilliance on vault with a terrific handspring double-tuck half-out to score 14.800.
The USA's Brody Malone was fourth with a total of 84.931, but Jarman's compatriot Fraser endured a disappointing evening in front of the home crowd.
The reigning European all-around champion counted falls on the pommel horse, vault, parallel bars and high bar for a total of 77.098, placing him 22nd out of 24.