Young table tennis player wins four of five matches at Western Asia Qualifier to book Olympic spot.
This might make you feel old.
Syria's Hend Zaza has qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. She's 11 years old.
Zaza, who won table tennis' Western Asia Olympic Qualification Tournament in Jordan in late February, was born on 1 January 2009, according to the sport's global governing body the International Table Tennis Federation.
She won four of her five matches in the tournament on the way to clinching the women's singles title.
Another likely pre-teen competing in Tokyo this summer will be Sky Brown, who will be 12 by the time of the Games and figures to be in the Great Britain skateboarding team.
The youngest recorded athlete at an Olympic Games was 10-year-old Greek gymnast Dimitrios Loundras, who competed at the Modern Olympics' birth in Athens 1896 and won a team bronze medal.
There are no age restrictions in table tennis.
Zaza breezed through her group with two wins, 4-0 and 4-1, and one narrow 4-3 defeat.
She finished top of her group on a tiebreaker, then had the luck of the draw on her side as she received a bye past the first elimination round straight through to the semi-finals.
It looked like her dream was over as she went behind 3-0 to home favourite Sewar Abuyaman, but won the last four games on the trot to secure her spot in the final.
And the youngest competitor faced the oldest in the final, as 42-year-old Lebanese Mariana Sahakian lined up against her.
Zaza took a 2-0 lead but then lost the next three games, once again finding herself on the edge of elimination.