Aaliyah Yoong, who is still only 14, won the overall water skiing in Kuala Lumpur today at the Southeast Asian Games, the third time in four editions of the event she has won a gold medal.
The Malaysian teenager triumphed with a score of 2,678.89 points after a competition in which she was completely dominant at the Putrajaya Water Park Complex.
Remarkably, it marked her second successive overall win at the regional event after a victory two years ago in Singapore, where she also won the tricks competition.
Even more incredibly, Yoong also claimed the tricks gold medal at the age of eight at the 2011 edition in Jakarta and Palambang and is ranked 17th in the latest senior world rankings in this event.
Water skiing was not on the programme at the 2013 event in Naypyidaw.
Yoong, whose half-brother Alex was Malaysia's first ever Formula One driver, finished a long way clear of Indonesian duo Nur Alimah Priambodo and Rossi Rusdi Amir today.
Nur managed a total score of 1,874.41 points and Rossi 1,232.60.
"I won't be able to stand on the podium without the support of my parents, coaches and team-mates," the winner said.
"And to everyone who came to support to us, thank you very much."
Yoong's 11-year-old brother Aiden was forced to withdraw from the corresponding men's competition due to a fever in soaring temperatures.
Indonesia's Muhammad Zahidi Putu produced a record jump of 47.3 metres on the way to a winning total of 2372.37 points in his absence.
Team-mate Febrian Kadir finished second with 1,316.17 points as Mark Leong of Singapore posted 1,173.30 for the bronze medal.
Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian was another home winner today as he triumphed in the 110 metres hurdles at the National Stadium in Bukit Jali.
It came 10 years after he lost won the title at the Games.
He crossed first in 13.83sec to beat arch-rival James Rittidet of Thailand, second in 14.10.
Clinton Kingsley of Philippines was third in 14.15.