British runner Mark Lewis-Francis won silver in a very close 100m final at the European Championships, but Dwain Chambers missed out on a medal.
Chambers was joint favourite but ended up fifth. Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre took gold with a time of 10.11 seconds.
Silver and bronze were decided by photo finish after four runners, including Chambers and Lewis-Francis, were given the same time of 10.18 seconds!
Lewis-Francis said: "I was told I wouldn't make the final. I'm so happy."
Team-mate Dwain Chambers added: "Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose but I'm happy for Mark, he has had to fight hard to get here."
The medal win is a great boost for Mark Lewis-Francis, who has suffered injury setbacks in recent years.
His silver is Great Britain's third medal of the European Athletics Championships 2010 in Barcelona, Spain.