Olympics: Great Britain win canoe gold and silver
Great Britain have taken gold and silver in the canoe slalom C2 event.
Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott claimed Britain's first ever gold in the event, with David Florence and Richard Hounslow, taking silver.
Baillie and Stott, ranked sixth in the world, produced an error-free run to take a shock win at Lee Valley.
The British crews were the only pairs not to pick up penalties on their runs to complete Britain's most successful day in the history of the sport.
Baillie and Stott were the first pairing out on the 300m, 25-gate course and lay down a marker with a run that was particularly impressive on the second half of the course.
The Chinese, Polish and French pairings couldn't beat them, which guaranteed Baillie and Stott a first Olympic medal.
The Hochschorner brothers, who have never lost an Olympic C2 final having won gold at the last three Games, couldn't match them, which promoted Baillie and Stott to silver. The Hochschorner brothers took bronze.
World number nine pair Florence and Hounslow were the quickest pairing in the semi-finals and therefore had the honour of going last.
They were up on the lead time until the final sector, but just missed out to take their first Olympic silver as a pair.
Florence and Hounslow both went out in the semi-finals of their individual events.
David Florence won an individual silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Games.