Shooter, Peter Wilson (L) and canoeists, Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott
Great Britain won two gold medals and one silver in the space of five minutes at the London Olympics on Thursday afternoon.
First, Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott triumphed in the canoe slalom, with countrymen, David Florence and Richard Hounslow second, reports the BBC.
Then shooter Peter Wilson won in the double trap at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich.
The host nation, now with four golds at these Games, came close to adding another just 35 minutes after Wilson's triumph, but Gemma Gibbons had to settle for silver in her judo final.
Britain had also won a rowing silver in the men's lightweight four earlier in the day.
Team GB's overall medal haul is now 13, putting them fifth in the table, after lying 11th overnight.
It was not all good news for Britain. Track cyclists Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish were disqualified from the inaugural women's team sprint for an illegal change during their second-round contest with Ukraine.
It ends Pendleton's bid for three gold medals at the Games, but she will also compete in the individual sprint and keirin.
"Now and again rubbish things happen and this was one of those days," said Pendleton, who will retire after the Olympics. "We were pleased with our times. The only positive I can take from it is that my form is really good."
Baillie and Scott's stunning run at Lee Valley White Water Centre gave Britain their first ever Olympic gold in the canoe slalom.
The Britons, who are ranked sixth in the world, produced an error free run to take a shock win, with Florence and Hounslow, the world number nine pair, claiming an impressive silver medal.
Stott told BBC Three: "It's weird. It could have been a disaster and now it's a dream. There is nothing taken for granted in this sport and getting to the final was amazing."
Baillie added: "The run we had, I was hoping it might be good enough for a medal, but I didn't expect that."
Despite being edged into silver, Florence was pleased with how he and Hounslow performed.
"We had to focus on our own run and we were pleased with it," he said. "To win an Olympic medal, we are certainly not disappointed."
Hounslow added: "It's all about Team GB but we wanted to put a result in. We attacked it hard all the way down but it was a sprinter's finish."
World record holder Wilson said his gold in the double trap "meant a huge amount".