Gymnastics superstar Kohei Uchimura soared to his third Olympic gold on Wednesday as he defended his all-around crown two days after winning a first team title with Japan.
The 27-year-old snatched the title after a thrilling battle with Ukraine's Oleg Verniaiev, winning by just 0.097. Britain's Max Whitlock won bronze in the Rio Olympic Arena.
Uchimura had trailed his 22-year-old rival for the final four of six rotations but pulled out a spectacular horizontal bar routine to seal his seventh Olympic medal over three Olympics.
The gymnast known as 'King Kohei' becomes the first man to successfully defend his title since countryman Sawao Kato in 1972.
Uchimura now joins Kato on a record three Olympic medals in men's all-around.
Japan also join the Soviet Union on a record six Olympic titles in the event.
Whitlock, a two-time world all-around medallist, gave Britain a first Olympic men's all-around medal since Walter Tysal's silver in 1908.
The all-around is the pinnacle of men's gymnastics, a battle across six disciplines between 24 of the most athletically impressive competitors in the Games.