Tom Daley and Matty Lee produced the performance of a lifetime to claim Olympic gold in sensational fashion at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
For Daley it marks the culmination of a remarkable career. A bronze medallist at London 2012 and again in Rio five years ago, he now has a gold to his name after making his Olympic debut aged just 14 at Beijing 2008.
For Lee, the gold comes much earlier in his Olympic career with Tokyo 2020 being his debut Games. The duo showed incredible consistency and finished with a flourish.
Daley and Lee sat second after three dives, with Chinese pair Cao Yuan and Chen Aisen 15 points clear and seemingly destined for gold.
But a brilliant fourth dive from the Brits, combined with a slight slip-up from their rivals, allowed Daley and Lee to take the lead.
They needed no second invitation and despite holding a lead of just 1.74 points going into the final dive, the British pair nailed it.
A score of 101 on their last dive – a forward 4 ½ somersaults tuck – left the Chinese needing to be perfect.
They got their last dive right, but could not overhaul the Brits, Daley and Lee scoring 471.81 to 470.58 for their challengers – sparking a huge outpouring of emotion for the British pair, as well as the rest of their teammates, cheering on from the stands.