Jordanne Whiley successfully defended her Wimbledon title as she and playing partner Yui Kamiji won the wheelchair doubles final.
The pair beat Dutch duo Jiske Griffioen and Aniek Van Koot 6-2 5-7 6-3.
Briton Whiley, 23, and Japanese Kamiji, 21, have now won six Grand Slams out of seven.
However, Whiley's compatriot Gordon Reid, 23, was unable to add a second Grand Slam title of 2015 as he lost in the men's wheelchair doubles final.
The Scotsman and Michael Jeremiasz of France lost 5-7 7-5 2-6 to Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina and Frenchman Nicolas Peifer.
After her match, Whiley tweeted: "We are Wimbledon champions for the second year running!"
Reid, a Wimbledon runner-up for the fourth successive year, said via Twitter: "Not to be for us today, losing the final in 3 sets to the better team. Huge thanks to the best fans ever!"
Meanwhile, Wimbledon announced on Sunday that from next year there will be a singles event in the men's and women's wheelchair tennis.
Wheelchair doubles have been played as Wimbledon for the last 10 years, but 2016 will mark the first time a singles event will take place.