Britain's David Fletcher won a bronze medal in the junior men's Cross-Country race at the World Mountain Bike Championships in Scotland.
Fletcher's bronze is Britain's first medal at the Worlds for three years
The Nottinghamshire rider produced a superb display to finish 40 seconds behind Swiss winner Thomas Litscher, with Pole Piotr Brzozka in second.
Three other Britons competed in the 89-strong field and Alex Paton was the next best-placed in 17th position.
He was followed by Hamish Creber in 55th and Shaun Hurrell in 61st spot.
Fletcher's bronze is only the fourth Cross-Country medal won by a British rider at the World Mountain Bike Championships.
The most recent was Liam Killeen's Under-23 silver in 2004 and before that Nicole Cooke took gold in the Junior women's race win in the late nineties and Dave Baker clinched bronze back in 1992.
Fletcher said: "This is a dream scenario for me really. I'm over the moon that I got a medal. I wasn't expecting one to be honest.
"I was expecting a good ride but not a medal. I felt really, really good from start to finish really. My form was better than I expected it to be. I 'm just happy that it's all over now.
"I'm over the moon to get a medal in my final year as a junior. Last year I was 18th in the World Champs and this year I'm 3rd - brilliant."
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