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Australia's Tom Slingsby secured Olympic gold in the men's Laser class after holding off a stern challenge from Cyprus's Pavlos Kontides.
World champion Slingsby, 27, took a 14-point lead over Kontides into the medal race and shepherded his rival to the back of the fleet to seal the title.
Kontides bagged silver for his nation's first ever Olympic medal in any sport, with Sweden's Rasmus Myrgren in bronze.
Britain's defending champion Paul Goodison ended sixth overall.
A back injury on day one put paid to a realistic challenge from the Yorkshire sailor.
"It's just frustrating when you feel you're in the shape of your life to have this injury stop you," he said.
"I guess we'll never know what could have been.
"I'm gutted but I'll watch the other Britons come home and I'll do whatever I can to help them. I want them to feel the joy I did four years ago."
The 34-year-old Goodison, who was Ben Ainslie's training partner in Sydney before finishing fourth in Athens, hinted he may return for Rio in 2016.
"The Olympics is so special," he said. "It's a massive thing and one of the things I'm very passionate about. I'd love to do it again."
Asked whether he might enter the new mixed class with partner Saskia Clark, from the women's 470 crew, for Rio, Goodison said: "We've tried sailing together and it ended up not doing so well for our relationship.
Goodison and Slingsby have fallen out over the past few years but afterwards the Briton congratulated the Australian, who went into Beijing as favourite but finished 22nd. "I'm sure the last four years have been hard for him, like it was for me after Athens," said Sheffield's Goodison. FOR MORE VIDEOS - http://www.youtube.com/user/ajiwonderful?feature=mhee, http://onlyinincredibleindia.blogspot.com/ , http://myfunnyvideos-ajicty.blogspot.com/ . Enjoy..