Former Kentucky track star Sydney McLaughlin qualified for the 400-meter hurdles final at the Tokyo Olympics.

That final took place on Tuesday night here in the United States (Wednesday in Japan), and McLaughlin did not disappoint.

Finishing the event in a world-record time of 51.46 seconds, McLaughlin won the gold medal, narrowly beating fellow Team USA runner Dalilah Muhammad:

McLaughlin had plenty of fans on Twitter afterward, including Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers:

Kentucky media members were also excited for the former Wildcat:

McLaughlin is the youngest gold medalist in the event’s history, too, so it seems she has a very bright future on the track.