Noam Gershony won Israel's first gold medal of the 2012 Paralympic Games after beating David Wagner of America in straights on Saturday.
The Israeli, aged 29, ran out a 6-3, 6-1 victor against the top seed in the Quad Singles final on Centre Court at Eton Manor to win his second medal of the Games.
Gershony, a former helicopter pilot wrapped up the victory in under an hour.
He said: "Wow, this feeling is almost unbearable. I don't know how to describe it. I haven't realised yet that I have just won gold. It's crazy.
"There was so much pressure to bring home the gold because I knew I could do it. I barely slept last night. I'm just happy to have made it."