Ciara Mageean broke her second Irish indoor record of the season on Wednesday night.
At the AIT Grand Prix in Athlone, the 26-year-old set a new 1500m record, running 4:06.78. The run broke her own record of 4:08.66 set three years ago in Germany.
Romania's Claudia Bobocea had led for much of the race but was overtaken by the Portaferry athlete on the back straight of the final lap when she turned up the pace.
TG4 were at the Athlone Institute of Technology track to capture the action.
Rás den scoth ag @ciaramageean anseo in @AthloneIT! 1500m PB faighte aici leis an bua!
What a race from @TeamIreland Ciara Mageean at the Grand Prix in Athlone! Its a track record & a PB for Ciara herself! pic.twitter.com/gZMU5ZklSP
— Spórt TG4 (@SportTG4) February 13, 2019
Last month, Mageean set a new Irish mile record of 4:28.31 in Boston.
She will race again this weekend at the National Indoor Championships. Mageean's form is hugely encouraging ahead of next month's European Indoor Championships in Glasgow.
— Ciara Mageean (@ciaramageean) February 13, 2019