Tokyo Olympics: Aussie young gun Riley Day delivers stunning 200m track ...

Tokyo Olympics: Aussie young gun Riley Day delivers stunning 200m track ...
Tokyo Olympics: Aussie young gun Riley Day delivers stunning 200m track ...
Aussie young gun Riley Day makes a cheeky gaffe live on TV after being amazed by her own stunning 200m performance - but still missed out on a place in the finals Riley Day beat her own record during the 200m semi-finals on Monday night She pushed herself so hard she almost made herself sick in the heats The Queenslander said she wants to be the best and 'will stop at nothing'

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Young sprinter Riley Day was so astonished at her sensational 200m run that she said 'holy s***' on live TV after the race.

The 21-year-old Queenslander was in lane eight for the women's 200m semi-finals on Monday night.

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She finished fourth and smashed her own personal best with an incredible time of 22.56, but narrowly missed out on a spot in the finals.

But Day, who pushed herself so hard she almost made herself sick in the heats, was all smiles in her post-race interview with Bruce McAvaney from the Seven Network.

Pictured: Riley Day, 21, being interviewed by Network Seven after her 200m semi-final

Pictured: Riley Day, 21, being interviewed by Network Seven after her 200m semi-final

Pictured: Riley Day runs in her heat of the women's 200-meters at the 2020 Summer Olympics

Pictured: Riley Day runs in her heat of the women's 200-meters at the 2020 Summer Olympics

Pictured: Riley Day of Team Australia and Gina Bass of Team Gambia compete in round one of the Women's 200m heats on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Pictured: Riley Day of Team Australia and Gina Bass of Team Gambia compete in round one of the Women's 200m heats on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

'Holy s***,' she puffed.

'That was a much better race than this morning. I've got my groove. Now I hope it's the fastest heat so I can get in the final. Because that is a massive PB. That's

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