Ireland's Ellen Keane has won a gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
She took the top prize in the SB8 100 Breaststroke event, with a time of 1:19.93.
It's Ireland's first medal at the Games, which got underway yesterday.
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Ellen's parents, Eddie and Laura, told Lunchtime Live they're "over the moon" following the result.
They watched the event from their sitting room in Clontarf, alongside a small group of family and friends.
Eddie said: "I can't describe how we're feeling - it's such a wonderful feeling.
"We're just so happy for Ellen, that it has come together for her."
Laura said they have spoken to Ellen after her win.
She said: "It was a very bad line, but my god the smile on her face says it all.
"I'm sure she could have heard us from Clontarf in Tokyo, we were screaming so much".
Eddie said they felt "isolated" to watch the games at home in Ireland, without the families and friends of other Paralympians around.
However, he said: "We're glad the Games went ahead, and we're glad it turned out the way it did. What a performance."
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has offered his congratulations to Ellen on a 'brilliant performance'.
He said: "What a way to win for [Paralympics Ireland] with a new personal best."
Meanwhile, Irish swimmer Róisín Ní Riain set a personal best time in the S13 100 Backstroke event, finishing in sixth place overall.