Hayley Simmonds overcame anxiety to claim a bronze medal for Great Britain in the women's cycling time trial at the European Games in Minsk.
The 30-year-old from Redditch has struggled with the condition for much of her career but she held it at bay to finish behind gold medallist Marlen Reusser of Switzerland.
Riding last, Dutch rider Chantal Blaak nudged Simmonds out of the silver medal position with a time that also edged Simmonds' Great Britain team-mate Alice Barnes into fourth place.
Simmonds, who also won bronze on the Gold Coast last year, said: "I get really bad race nerves and anxiety so I just tried to keep myself calm and think of how I felt at the Commonwealth Games.
"I thought I might clinch the silver medal to be honest but I'm just really happy to finish on the podium and when I see my name on the (medals) board back at HQ, I'll probably start crying."
Reusser's dominant time of 36 minutes 17.41 seconds left her one minute and 15 seconds in front of second-placed Blaak, with Simmonds a further 12 seconds adrift.
Barnes, who was just 0.81 seconds behind her compatriot, was left to rue another near miss having also finished fourth in the road race in Minsk on Saturday.
"I think I went out too east and then I had a bit too much at the finish, so I think it wasn't too consistent," said Barnes. "I guess another fourth is annoying."
British boxing trio Luke McCormack, Calum French and Ben Whittaker all won on Tuesday to advance to the quarter-finals in their respective divisions.
McCormack won a tight split decision over Milan Fodor of Hungary at 64kg, surviving a torrid third round in which he was forced to take a standing count for the first time in his career.
McCormack, who insisted he had been hit low and had turned to protest to the referee, said: "I felt embarrassed more than anything. It took me some time to refocus but I came through it and that's the main thing."
French also needed a split decision to beat Francesco Maietta of Italy at lightweight, but light-heavyweight Whittaker was by far the most impressive as he swept past Austria's Umar Dzambekov.