Alisa Rees has already broken one Scottish record this year.
But the Banchory Stonehaven AC sprint star has her sights firmly fixed on another one.
The 17-year-old Great Britain youth international rewrote the history books when showing outstanding form to pick up the Scottish senior women’s 200m title at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena.
Rees clocked 24.18secs to clip 0.02secs off the national Under-20 age group record set by Pitreavie’s Olympic 4x400m relay medallist Linsey Macdonald 35 years ago.
A few hours earlier Rees picked up her first gold medal of a busy day, winning the 60m in impressive style.
She won her heat for the short sprint in a personal best of 7.51.
And that was only 0.01secs outside the Scottish U20 age group best set by Giffnock North’s Jenna Wrisberg last year.
Rees then repeated that time in the final in which Sarah Murray (Fingallians) was second in 7.57 and Katy Wyper (Blackpool) took third in 7.69.
The sixth-year Banchory Academy pupil was delighted with her day’s work. But she promised there’s more to come before the indoor season is over.
She said: “I really didn’t expect to get the 200 record. I was feeling quite tired before the final as there wasn’t much recovery time after the heat.
“It’s amazing to break a record which has lasted so long and was set by such an iconic athlete who competed in the Olympic Games.
“I felt good in the 60m and I was pleased with the time. But I feel I can get that record as well before the season is over.
“I have a few more chances as I’m doing only the 60m at the Scottish Under-20 championships on February 11, then I’ll be doing both the 60m and 200m at the English Under-20s later in the month.”
Looking further ahead, Rees’ main aim for the 2017 summer season is to gain a place on the Great Britain team for the European Under-20 championships in Italy, where she hopes to compete in the 200m and the 4x100m relay.