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.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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 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
'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