Andrew Hoy just can't stop adding to his Olympic medal haul, becoming the oldest Australian ever to get on the podium.
The 62-year-old played a crucial role in Australia claiming silver in the team eventing, Hoy returned for another dazzling display aboard Vassily de Lassos to win the bronze medal in the individual eventing final at Tokyo.
He had improved his individual position from seventh to fourth following his clear round aboard Vassily de Lassos in the jumping team final to secure team silver alongside Kevin McNab and Shane Rose at Equestrian Park.
Bronze medalist Andrew Hoy of Team Australia poses with the bronze medal during the Eventing Individual Jumping medal ceremony on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Equestrian Park on Monday
Andrew Hoy of Australia is seen on his horse Vassily De Lassos at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Equestrian Park
Hoy moved up another place following another faultless performance in the individual final to finish on 29.60 points, claiming a sixth medal at his eighth Olympic Games.
Germany's Julia Krajewski claimed gold on 26.00 points, with Great Britain's Tom McEwen taking silver on 29.30.
The pair were both outside the time limit to pick up 0.40 penalty points in their final round.
Rose finished 10th on 39.70 points, four places ahead of McNab who picked up 12 penalties to end on 46.90.
Double Olympic champion Michael Jung, winner at London and Rio, came a disappointing eighth.
The Australian team of Shane Rose (left), Kevin McNab (centre) and Andrew Hoy (right) display their silver medals after the equestrian eventing jumping teams final
Andrew Hoy celebrates after becoming the oldest Australian ever to get on the podium at an Olympic Games
How the Aussies fared on Day 11 of the Tokyo Olympics:
Women's 1500m Round 1 - Linden Hall - advanced to semi-finals, Jessica Hull - advanced to semi-finals, Georgia Griffith - eliminated
Women's 200m Round 1 - Riley Day - advanced to semi-finals
Women's Pole Vault Qualifying Round - Nina Kennedy, Elizaveta Parnova - both eliminated
Men's 400m semi-finals - Steve Solomon - eliminated
Women's 200m semi-finals - Riley Day - eliminated
Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Qualification - Sergei Evglevski - 17th (eliminated)
Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position Qualification - Dane Sampson - 27th (eliminated), Jack Rossiter - 29th (eliminated)
Men's Kayak Single 1000m - Thomas Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen - both advance to semi-finals
Women's Kayak Double 500m - Jamie Roberts and Jo Brigden-Jones, Aly Bull and Alyce Wood - both advance to semi-finals
Women's Quarterfinals - Australia lost to India 1-0
All sailing postponed to Tuesday due to lack of wind
Men's 3m Preliminary - Shixin Li - 27th (eliminated)
Women's Team Pursuit Qualifying (Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Annette Edmonson, Alexandra Manly, Maeve Plouffe) - 7th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v New Zealand
Men's Team Pursuit Qualifying (Leigh Howard, Kelland O'Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford) 5th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v Switzerland
Eventing Individual and Team Final: Team - Australia (Andrew Hoy, Shane Rose, Kevin McNabb), Individual - Andrew Hoy - 3rd, Shane Rose -10th, Kevin McNabb - 14th
Duet Free Routine Preliminary - Emily Rogers and Amie Thompson - 21st
Women's +87 kg - Charisma Amoe-Tarrant - 6th
Men's Preliminaries; Group A - Australia bt Kazakhstan 15-7
Women's Semifinals - Australia lost to Sweden 1-0
Women's Preliminaries Group C - Australia beat Puerto Rico 96-69