For years, Malcolm Page has been sailing at Sydney's Middle Harbour Yacht Club, and it was packed with family and friends as he sailed his way to an historic Olympic gold.
Page, who hails from Sydney's northern beaches, on Friday cemented his place as Australia's most successful Olympic sailor, claiming his second gold medal in the 470 class, along with partner Mathew Belcher.
Some 60 family members, friends and supporters watched the race together at the club, erupting into wild cheers as Page and Belcher ensured Australia's place on top of the Olympic sailing regatta medal table.
Michael Page, 43, said he was "ecstatic" watching his brother take gold for a second time.
"I couldn't hear a thing, it went absolutely wild in here," he said.
"To win gold once is one thing, to back it up with two in a row is just incredible."
The club's Alana Whitting said both medallists were well known around the club.
"Malcolm has been a member since he was a junior, and Mat's been here for a few years," she said.
Australia has now won three gold medals at the Olympic regatta, with Tom Slingsby winning the Laser class and Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen taking victory in the 49er skiff.
It is the nation's most successful sport at the London Games.