Mark Selby defended his World Championship title at the Crucible with a stunning comeback last night.
The world number one came from 10-4 down to eventually win 18-15.
Mark Selby told BBC Sport: "When I was 10-4 down I was missing everything and had nothing left. I said 'pull something together'. If you lose, you want to at least go down fighting. To have three world titles is unbelievable and to be one of only four players to defend it is something I could only dream of."
Selby has now been world number one for a staggering 116 weeks - and picked up a tasty £375,000 in prize money.
Meanwhile, over at the World Snooker Championship, Mark Selby continues to dominate on the baize, and the reigning champion is now 16-12 ahead of John Higgins.
Selby needs two more frames for victory.
The final session of the World Snooker Championship has got under way at the Crucible in Sheffield, and Mark Selby continues to dominate, having blitzed John Higgins in the afternoon, and the Jester from Leicester is currently 14-11 in front in their best of 35 clash.