Ronnie O'Sullivan beat Ali Carter 18-11 to secure his fourth World Championship title at the Crucible.
O'Sullivan, 36, resumed the day 10-7 ahead and took the first four frames, including a quick-fire break of 101, his 12th century of the tournament.
Carter looked a beaten man but rallied to win three frames in a row and take the match into a final session.
But Carter won only one more frame as the unstoppable O'Sullivan wrapped up proceedings in a little under an hour. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/snooker/17983911
Meanwhile, O'Sullivan paid tribute to his mental coach, Dr Steve Peters, whom he credits with turning his game around.
"If I was Man City I would go and buy him," said O'Sullivan of the man who is psychiatrist to the British cycling team.
"He's helped me understand that my brain is a machine and if you manage it you can do everything you want to.
"Deep down I love to play snooker but I've got too involved in it. I live and breathe this game and I was too wrapped up in trying to be perfect.
"You can't be perfect, but as long as you give it your best that's all you can do. He's enabled me to be happy in my life and enjoy my snooker as well."http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/snooker/17985021