Mikhel Raim of Saaremaa secured two gold medals in cycling as he triumphed in the individual and team road race events at the 2017 Island Games in Gotland today.
Raim powered to victory in the individual race in a time of 2 hours 39min 06sec, finishing over a minute clear of the chasing pack.
Davur Magnussen of the Faroe Islands took home the silver medal, while Raim's compatriot Karl Lauk did enough for bronze.
The squad from Saaremaa, which included Raim, Lauk, Jorgen Matt, Reimo Nook and Steven Kalf, earned the team honours in front of the Isle of Man and the Faroe Islands.
Daniel Orevik delivered gold for the host island as he won the men's long jump event with a best effort of 7.29 metres.
It proved to be a comfortable triumph for the athlete representing Gotland as Carl Morgan of the Cayman Islands was some way adrift in silver medal position having jumped 7.00m.
Åland's Joel Tholix rounded out the podium with bronze.
Anna Tait of Guernsey claimed victory in the women's 5,000m, leading home Guernsey's Sarah Mercier and Louise Perrio, silver and bronze medallists respectively, in a time of 16min 45.06sec.
Gibraltar's Harvey Dixon won the men's race over the same distance in style, crossing the line in 14:46.37.
Daniel Eckersely of the Isle of Wight was second having completed the race in 15:02.89, while Rafel Villalonga of Mallorca was the recipient of the bronze medal.
The Isle of Wight added a further two medals to their haul later on in the athletics session as Amy Clarke triumphed in the women's hammer throw, with team-mate Wallis Canning clinching bronze.
Clarke topped the podium having thrown 48.76m, with Gotland's Annie Hansson earning silver.
The event continues tomorrow.