Watch as this nine-year-old girl successfully performs a skateboarding stunt that even professionals find tricky.
After taking a few tumbles - 75 to be exact - resilient Sabre Norris screams with joy as she lands her first 540 (that's a spin and a half, to you and me).
It's hard not to get caught up in the young Australian's enthusiasm as she breathlessly says "I can't believe it!"
"My skating all started because I wasn't allowed to get a bike because we don't have a garage. So my mum bought us skateboards instead," she told skateboarding website The Berrics. "I started from rolling down my dad's business car park. I've been skating for about three years.
"My favorite trick is a 540. I watched [professional skateboarder] Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins do it on the internet, and I just had to do it.
"That was my 75th attempt of the day. Every time I tried one and didn't land it I put a rock on the table. It ended up being my 75th rock. I was frothing.
"I still can't ride a bike, but I can do a 540."
Since being uploaded to YouTube on Monday, the video of Sabre's stunt has been watched more than 329,000 times, with grown-up viewers leaving comments commiserating with each other's inability to perform a 540.
One says: "This girl is a star. Kudos to her parents for their support."
Sabre's impressive sporting ability at such a young age may have been inherited from her father - who is Australian Olympic swimmer Justin Norris.
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