An 11-year-old Syrian table tennis player is set to become one of the youngest Olympians in history, after qualifying for this year's Games.
Hend Zaza qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, after winning last week's West Asia Olympic qualification tournament in Jordan.
According to the International Table Tennis Federation website, Zaza was born on January 1, 2009, and is ranked 155th in the world.
She'll become the fifth-youngest known Olympian in history and the youngest since Romanian figure skater Beatrice Hustiu in 1968, according to the OlyMADMen.
The youngest documented Olympic competitor was Greek gymnast Dimitrios Loundras at the first modern Games in Athens, 1896.
As well as one of the youngest Olympians ever, Zaza will become the first male or female table tennis player to represent Syria at the Olympics.
This year's Games are threatened by the coronavirus causing havoc around the world, but International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach insists the event will go ahead as planned.