China's Wang Jianan has won his country's first ever men's long jump gold medal.
It was also China's first gold medal at this year's World Athletics Championships in Oregon in the USA.
There were 12 athletes in the final, and Wang ranked fifth with 8.03 meters after the first five attempts.
But the 25-year-old who took bronze at the 2015 edition of this event in Beijing surged to victory with his final effort of the day.
And Wang's mark of 8.36 meters nailed down the gold as he edged out the reigning Olympic champion Miltiadis Tentoglou of Greece.
"I was calm on my last jump and only thought about doing my best.
I was confident I could get a medal, and I tried my best, and finally I did well by winning gold.
Eugene is a top city for track and field, and I also took gold at the Youth Championships here eight years ago.
So I feel like I'm competing at home here.
I felt really good and very thankful for the cheers from the fans."