Emma Coburn just earned herself a bronze medal and spot in history.

Emma Coburn nabbed America’s first-ever women’s steeplechase medal—and only the ninth Olympic medal awarded to a woman in an event that has only been in the Olympics for women since 2008—on Monday morning. Here are some photos from her historical race, courtesy of PhotoRun.net:

Hydration was definitely key on a hot Rio day.
She took the obligatory shot next to her new AR and bronze-winning time.
A podium finish for one of America's greats.
All hail the steeple queen!
2016 Olympic Games Rio De Janeiro, Brazil August 12-21, 2016 Photo: Victah Sailer@PhotoRun Victah1111@aol.com 631-291-3409 www.photorun.NET
Are you going to add a bronze tattoo to those rings, Emma?
Can we get excited about the American flag again?
Congratulations, Emma!
All smiles for the American record holder (again) and now Olympic bronze medalist.
Up close and personal with that hardware.
You hold that flag high, girl!