South African sprinter Akani Simbine has incredibly won gold in the 100m at the Commonwealth Games in Australia's Gold Coast.
He made it in 10.03, and to make matters even more amazing compatriot Henricho Bruintjies finished second in 10.17.
They beat the favourite Jamaica's Yohan Blake, who came in at 10.19.
This is huge pic.twitter.com/olZLAlno77— Lennox Bacela (@lennoxbacela) April 9, 2018
What an incredible night! Thank you for all the messages I am truly humbled! Still hasn’t sunk in ... maybe when I wake up tomorrow I’ll realize it is not a dream. #100mGold! We did it @KINGBRUINTJIES!! pic.twitter.com/huCh0C4ppb— Akani Simbine (@AkaniSimbine) April 9, 2018
Cometh the man, Cometh the hour! Congratulations on your #GC2018 Gold medal in the 100m Final my brother @AkaniSimbine! What a pleasure it is seeing you achieving all that you've set out to this year, & it's only the beginning! SA's right behind you! pic.twitter.com/sceQEuGlwq— Maps Maponyane (@MapsMaponyane) April 9, 2018