Hosts Cameroon beat Egypt in the final of the Women’s African Olympic Volleyball Qualification tournament to ensure their place at Rio 2016.
A tense encounter in Yaoundé went the way of Cameroon as they overturned a 2-1 deficit to win on a tie-break; 25-14, 25-27, 21-25, 25-23, 15-7.
Spiker Nana Tchoudjang led Cameroon's scorers with 21 points, followed by middle blocker Stephanie Fotoso with 19.
Victory sees Cameroon become the seventh nation to qualify for the Rio 2016 women’s volleyball tournament.
They join host nation Brazil as well as China, Serbia, Russia, Argentina and the United States.
Egypt will now compete in an intercontinental qualifier due to be held in the period from May 14 to June 5.
Among the countries lying in wait are Colombia and Puerto Rico, the third placed teams from the South American and North, Central America and Caribbean qualifiers respectively.
Kenya complete the four team line-up after they breezed to a straight-sets 25-19, 25-21, 26-24 win against Algeria to take the bronze medal in Yaoundé.
Mercy Moim led the Kenyan scorers with seven points, followed by Kibor Chelagat with six.