Tamyra Mensah-Inventory‘s historic second on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was not misplaced on her or the wrestling neighborhood.

On Tuesday, August 3, the 28-year-old American athlete grew to become the primary Black girl in Olympics wrestling historical past to ever win gold when she defeated Nigeria’s Blessing Oborududu within the ladies’s 68-kilogram freestyle wrestling remaining, NBC News reported. She additionally grew to become solely the second American girl to attain the feat, following Helen Maroulis‘ gold on the 2016 Rio Video games.

“These younger ladies are going to see themselves in a variety of methods and they’ll lookup there and go, I can do this,” Tamyra instructed reporters after her occasion, in response to the Related Press. “I can see myself.”

The Houston native additionally instructed the press concerning the win, “It feels wonderful. I really like representing the U.S. I freaking love dwelling there, and I am so glad I get to signify USA!”

Amongst these sending help after her huge win was UFC President Dana White, who tweeted, “Congratulations Tamyra Inventory for being the primary black girl to win a wrestling gold medal. I really like your power, I really like your positivity, and we could not have a greater consultant of our nation.”