Remember the name Sarah Healy.
Having earlier this month smashed Ciara Mageean's Irish senior girls 1,500 metre record with a 4:18.32 at the All-Ireland schools track and field championships, the 17-year-old Holy Child Killiney student ran the second fastest time ever for an under-18 European.
Her time of 4:09.25 in Tubingen, Germany on Saturday was the fastest in 32 years, since Romania's Ana Padurean ran 4:06.02 in 1982.
Sarah Healy of @irishathletics clocked 4:09.25 over 1500m in Tubingen tonight. Puts her second on the European U18 all-time list.— Jon Mulkeen (@Statman_Jon) June 16, 2018
Healy finished 11th in the race overall - seven places behind Mageean, who ran her best time of the eyar thus far to finish fourth in 4:06.70.
Due to compete in the World Junior Championships in Finland next month, Healy has broken several national records recently - including the Under-20 3000m, and U20 indoor 1500m.