Australian shooter Daniel Repacholi has set his sights on Olympic bling in Rio after winning his first individual Commonwealth Games gold medal in the 10m air pistol in Carnoustie.
The New South Welshman, from just outside of Cessnock in the Hunter Valley, won a pairs gold medal in Manchester in 2006 but his breakthrough in Glasgow represents the biggest moment in a 20-year career that has taken him to three Commonwealth Games and three Olympics.
Repacholi beat India's Prakash Nanjappa in the final and said he loved the challenge of performing on the big stage.
"I like the pressure, to be honest. I like having it put on me and the idea that after 20 shots, someone has won and someone has lost," Repacholi said. "It always brings out the best in me.
"It's good being a member of a team but better to win as an individual."
Repacholi started shooting after being introduced to the sport by his parents and has become a world-class performer for his nation. Commonwealth gold fulfils a lifelong dream but he is hoping it doesn't end there, with an Olympic medal back on the menu after his strong showing in Scotland.
"I've been to three Olympics and haven't been able to finish top 10 but I can definitely get one (a medal). I'll be heading towards Rio and then the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast," he said.
Repacholi hasn't been able to crack the champagne on his win just yet with more competition in coming days.
"I have to shoot again on Sunday and Monday. Then I'll be on the beers, I can tell you," he said.