His father may have taken out a historic gold medal, but it was adorable toddler Noah Martin who stole the show during a post-win interview.
Logan Martin triumphed in the first-ever BMX freestyle competition on Sunday at Ariake Sports Park to claim Australia's 13th gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
The 27-year-old dad wowed viewers with a stunning no-handed front flip in the first run earning him an winning score of 93.30, and making history as the first ever gold medalist as the sport made its debut.
The rider later told reporters that he hoped the achievement would put him on-side with the neighbours back home, who were not pleased he built a backyard skate-park to practice his sport.
Meanwhile, back home in the Gold Coast hinterland, his proud wife Kim spoke to Karl Stefanovic on the Today show on Monday about her husband's riveting victory.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Logan Martin (pictured) made history after claiming the gold medal in the first-ever BMX freestyle competition at the Tokyo Olympics
But the conversation was repeatedly interrupted by the Martins' young son, Noah, as he demanded his mother's attention.
'He [Logan] is very excited, he's enjoying every moment of it all,' Kim says, before Noah injected by shouting 'mum', prompting her to pick him up.
'Oh hello there young fella,' Stefanovic says.
'I want to play with daddy,' Noah replies.
Sitting on his mother's hip, the two-year-old temporarily settled for a few minutes before starting to sook, prompting Kim to place him back on the ground.
But when he instantly began moaning again, Kim picked him up - with the toddler this time entertaining himself by driving toy cars across his mother's chest.
'Broom, broom,' he mummers, rolling the truck into his mother's chin as Stefanovic laughs.
'You want some attention?' Kim asks, prompting the shy toddler to turn his head over the back of her shoulder.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'How's the young fella going? He has plenty of energy,' Stefanovic chuckles.
'He does. He has been riding his bike around this morning,' Kim responds, as Noah nestles his head against his mother's chest, remaining quiet for the rest of the chat.
Logan Martin pictured with his wife Kim and their son Noah at their Gold Coast home
Wife Kim (pictured) appeared on the Today show on Monday to talk about Martin's Olympics victory, but the couple's son Noah stole the show by interrupting the discussion in a bid for attention
Stefanovic suggested it must be a tough sacrifice for the young family, missing out on time together as Martin is overseas competing.
While Noah misses his dad, Kim, who is pregnant with their second child, said they are faring better this time around compared to Martin's last trip a few months ago when was struggling with morning sickness.