Two Welsh hockey players who won a bronze medal at the Olympic Games have said they are looking forward to telling their future grandkids about their achievement.
Team GB's Sarah Jones and Leah Wilkinson made history as part of Great Britain's women's hockey team who claimed a 4-3 victory over India on Friday.
Sarah Jones is also hoping that their achievement will inspire people in Wales to take up the sport.
She said: "It's just a phenomenal effort for Wales and obviously with me and Leah both getting a medal as well I just hope people in Wales both in hockey, but also in any other sport know that they can represent Great Britain in the Olympics."
It is the third consecutive Olympic medal earned by GB’s women after winning a bronze medal at London 2012 and a gold at Rio 2016.
This is the first time ever Great Britain’s men or women have recorded three successive hockey medals at the Olympic Games.
Speaking after the match, captain Hollie Pearne-Webb said she was "proud" of the team.
She said: "An Olympic bronze a few months ago was in our wildest dreams so I’m just so proud of the whole squad, the whole support staff, everyone that’s been involved that we can come away with something from here."
34-year-old Leah Wilkinson is the most capped Welsh sporting athlete of all time, with 169 caps for Wales and 13 for Great Britain. She made her first debut for Wales in 2004 and became captain in 2017.
Cardiff born Sarah Jones, 31 has been playing international hockey for Wales since 2005 and has won 33 caps for Great Britain.
As well as competing at their first Olympics together, Jones and Wilkinson have also been planning their wedding.
Jones said, “To have this with Leah, it’s so special.
“We’ll look back on it in years to come with our grandkids and say ‘look we won a bronze medal at the Olympics together!’ And that’s just so special.”
Bringing it back to the basics, Wilkinson said, “And we also get to plan our online shop for next week and everything else that Sarah’s been talking about - that side of things that’s not so glamorous.
"Oh the water bill’ and things like that. But no, it’s amazing. I think we’ll remember this for a while.”
Ystrad Mynach boxer Lauren Price has also had a successful day at the Olympics after securing a place in the middleweight final.
Price has guaranteed herself at least a silver medal in Tokyo after beating Netherland's Nouchka Fontijn in the semi-finals.
The 27-year-old Welsh fighter came into the Olympics as number one seed having won gold at the 2019 World Championships and the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
She will now face China's 2018 world champion Li Qian in the finals on Sunday.