Team GB's Rebekah Tiler proved she is a true star in the making after a stunning display of strength in the Olympic weightlifting in Rio.
The 17-year-old from Keighley in West Yorkshire competed in the women's 69kg event and equalled her own British record with an accumulated snatch and clean-and-jerk total of 227kg.
That was enough to earn her 10th place overall and conjure expectations that she will be in genuine medal contention in Tokyo in four years' time.
Well done @rebekahtiler 10th place Womens 69k group at 17 years of age Brilliant performance at first Games
-- EnglishWeightlifting (@englishlifting) August 10, 2016
@rebekahtiler magnificent, still got another 3 Olympic games in you, all of gb weightlifting is proud of the tough little yorkie, well done
-- andytb (@andythebutts) August 10, 2016
Check out these pictures which show how Tiler's qualities add up to an amazing combination of talent and toughness.
Now her Olympic competition is over Tiler is going to enjoy a bit of downtime in Rio by taking to the pool and eating "pizzas and brownies and stuff - all the nice food".
And there's one particular selfie she has in mind: "I want to get one with Usain Bolt - I've been trying for ages. I've seen him around so I'll try again."