Great Britain's wheelchair curlers snatched victory from the jaws of defeat as they rescued their Winter Paralympic medal hopes with a sudden-death success over the United States.
Aileen Neilson's rink, humbled 11-2 by Russia at the Ice Cube Curling Centre on Wednesday, looked headed for another setback on Thursday when they trailed the Americans 6-2 after six ends.
But a five-stone end for Britain in the seventh turned the match on its head.
The US levelled the match at 7-7 to force an extra end, but it was the British quartet who held their nerve to clinch an 8-7 success.
The win put them on the brink of the semi-finals and victory over China in their final pool game later today would guarantee their place in the last four.
"It's never over until the last stone is thrown," said skipper Aileen Neilson.
"To come out with a win from that is fantastic and our focus now is to beat China and we know we will have to come out and do our best."
Canada and Russia have already secured their semi-final places.