Lockley and Corlett boss proceedings
Ollie Lockley and Alan Corlett made it a Manx one-two in the men's half-marathon at the NatWest Island Games earlier today.
Lockley finished in a time of 1:06:54, just over 40 seconds ahead of Corlett, who was almost two minutes ahead of the third-placed runner from Gotland.
Lockley's time was 20 seconds off the Games record, while Corlett took 55 seconds off his personal best time.
Max Costley finished seventh, which meant the trio won team gold as well.
In the women's race, Elissa Morris was sixth in a time of 1:27:25.
Hannah Howard did not finish.
The golds have kept flowing this afternoon, too.
David Mullarkey won the men's 1,500m, Rachael Franklin added the women's 800m title to the 1,500m one she won earlier in the week.
She also played her part in the women's 4x400m relay gold medal-winning performance, running the second leg.
And there was success on the athletics track yesterday evening as well.
Island Games debutant Aimee Cringle won gold in the women's 400m hurdles in a new Isle of Man record time.