Spain clinched the Women's European Water Polo Championship title after narrowly defeating Russia in Budapest.
The Spanish side edged past Russia 13-12 in an extremely close encounter at the Hungarian capital's Danube Arena.
With the score at 10-10 going into the final quarter, Spain managed to take a 13-10 lead.
Russia then launched a last-gasp comeback, with Ekaterina Prokofyeva and Alena Serzhantova making it 13-12 with 22 seconds to go.
Spain held out to ensure the gold medal, however.
María del Carmen García Godoy was Spain's top scorer in the gold-medal match, netting four goals.
It was Spain's second European title, having previously triumphed in 2013.
The victory also came just months after they claimed a World Championships silver medal in Gwangju.
Russia's second-place finish saw them earn their ninth European medal.
Earlier in the day, hosts Hungary won 10-8 against the Dutch defending champions to claim the bronze medal.
Italy secured fifth place with a 7-5 result against Greece, while France recorded a more comfortable 17-8 victory against Slovakia.