After the greatest day in British Olympic history on Saturday, a mood of euphoria has gripped the nation.
We take a look at how the nation's newspapers celebrated the extraordinary events of Saturday.
We start with the Sunday Telegraph, which led with London 2012 poster girl Jessica Ennis, but included pictures of all the new British Olympic champions:
Ennis's beaming face was the main image on almost all the papers, as the Sunday Times showed with its wraparound cover:
Most of the papers managed some sort of 'six of the best' reference, however, with the Sun on Sunday and Daily Star Sunday both putting their own cheeky spin on it and playing on Ennis's good looks at the same time:
Not all the papers played on the heptathlete's sex appeal, however, with the Sunday Times leading on a fabulous image of long jump champion Greg Rutherford:
Several papers tried to be clever with their pictures, as Glasgow's Sunday Herald showed:
The centrefold pull-out in the Sun was just as memorable:
The Independent on Sunday threw its editorial impartiality out of the window with a lick of paint for the paper's masthead:
The front pages of the sport sections - which aren't relied upon to sell the papers - were free not to use Jessica Ennis, as the Observer and Sunday Times showed with their celebrations:
But while all Britain's stars shone brightly on Saturday, there was no doubt about who shone the brightest: Jessica Ennis. We'll wrap up with the Sunday Mirror and Sunday Express's sheer delight at the girl who, as the London 2012 tagline goes, will genuinely inspire a generation: