Tom Pidcock beat Mathieu van der Poel by a minute to win his first-ever elite World Cup mountain bike race in the cross-country final at Nove Mesto.
The pair had broken away from the rest of the field early on before Pidcock dropped the Dutchman on the third lap, then solo-ing away to victory and finishing exactly a minute ahead of his rival.
It was a day for broken records, too, as it's been 27 years since a male British rider won an elite round of the World Cup while Pidcock also set the biggest-ever winning margin on the Czech course.
"I think I was born to do mountain bike, to be honest," Pidcock said after the finish.
"It sounds stupid but I think it's what I've done since I was little and what I've enjoyed the most.
"Coming here and winning an elite World Cup at my second attempt...well...first attempt on an equal playing field it's pretty insane really."
Pidcock will now take a break, having been racing mountain bike events for the past few weeks, and while his spot at the Olympic Games this summer isn't yet guaranteed, it's hard to imagine the Brit not being on the start line.
"It's not frustrating really because I would still be racing here today, doesn't affect what's going on now," Pidcock said of the uncertainty over his ticket to Tokyo.
"I'm certainly in great shape. I'm going to take a break now, and then build hopefully towards the Olympics. I think I've shown what I can do on a mountain bike."
Pidcock had finished second to Van der Poel on Friday in Nove Mesto in the short track event, having won the Swiss Bike Cup earlier this month in his return to mountain biking.
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