GB's women's curling team ended their Olympic campaign on a high as they beat Switzerland 6-5 to claim a bronze medal in Sochi.
Eve Muirhead and her all-Scottish rink endured disappointment on Wednesday as they went down to 6-4 to eventual champions Canada in the semi-finals.
However, they bounced back from that setback in fine style and eventually came through a tense encounter in the final end with skip Muirhead sealing victory with her last stone.
The Swiss had got themselves ahead early on and led 2-0 and 3-1 before GB squared the match with a double of their own in the fifth.
Switzerland got their noses back in front with one in the sixth, but the seventh was blanked as Muirhead opted to retain the hammer.
It paid off as she calmly drew in to secure a double in the eighth which put her side ahead for the first time in the contest at 5-4.
They would dominate the ninth end as well, Switzerland managing to rescue a single to level up the match after coming under heavy pressure.
But that ensured GB had the hammer in the tenth and it proved decisive as they kept things clean allowing Muirhead a simple draw into the centre of the house for victory and a medal.
"It's a dream come true, this is the medal we've been missing and to win it with four of my best friends feels so special," said Muirhead.
"That shows what great athletes we are, you have to learn to lose before you can win and get back up from a defeat. To lose a semi-final at the Olympics and then come back and play for bronze is extra tough. We regrouped and came out fighting.
"I'm mentally buzzing, it's been a constant rollercoaster, we've had some tough losses and great wins and many of the games have come down to last stone, last end.
"To end on a high makes it even better. I couldn't think of what it would have been like to walk away without a medal around my neck."
Canada, led by skip Jennifer Jones, went on to clinch the gold medal later on Thursday after defeating Sweden 6-4.