Scottish boxer Josh Taylor will represent Team GB at the London Olympics after success in the European Olympic qualification event in Turkey.
Taylor had to make the last four in Trazbon to be sure of a place in Team GB.
The East Lothian lightweight defeated Armenian Vladimir Sarukhanyan 17-9 in his quarter-final bout to ensure that he will be aiming for gold in London where he will fight in the 60kg weight category.
Taylor joins the already-qualified Andrew Selby, Luke Campbell, Tom Stalker, Fred Evans and Anthony Joshua but is the only British fighter in his category.
The lightweight has also made history by being the first Scottish boxer at his weight to go to an Olympic Games in over 50 years. Dick McTaggart won a gold medal in Melbourne in 1956 and a bronze four years later in Rome.
Taylor's long-time coach at Lochend, Terry McCormack, said: "It is an absolutely fantastic achievement and it is the result of three years of non-stop hard work from Josh.
"He tried to qualify at light-welterweight to start with but we moved him down to lightweight and there has been no stopping him. He is big at the weight, he can really punch and as a southpaw he must be a nightmare to fight.
"It is amazing to get a Scottish boxer into the team for the London Olympics. Boxing has come a long way since Dick McTaggart but there is no reason why Josh cannot go on to reach the same kind of level."