Great Britain's Charlotte Worthington is taking home gold after her first appearance in the BMX freestyle competition at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The 25-year-old, who gave up her job as a chef to become a pro-BMXer, pulled off the first 360 backflip in women's competition.
With a score of 97.50, Worthington surpassed US rider Hannah Roberts, a three-time world champion.
Big Wins For Team UK
"Charlotte came through and kicked my butt."
And other athletes feel her pain since the UK team is slowly increasing the number of medals at this year's Olympics.
Beth Shriever has won the gold medal in women's BMX racing. Just minutes later, Team GB's Kye Whyte won silver in the men's competition.
Thomas Pidcock took gold in the men's mountain bike event, as Tom Daley and Matty Lee won in the synchronized 10m diving.
Overall, the Brits have 9 gold, 10 silver, and 12 bronze medals. That puts them in sixth place among the nations with the biggest wins on the Games.