Family and friends of Ireland's bronze medal winning rowing team have been celebrating their success.
They came third in the Tokyo Olympic Games in the Women's Fours yesterday.
Eimear Lambe from Dublin, Emily Hegarty from Cork and Aifric Keogh and Fiona Murtagh, both from Galway made up the team.
Fiona's brother Alan says they weren't always convinced that she would take up rowing when she was younger.
Meanwhile, Aifric Keogh’s father hopes her crews success will inspire other young people to follow their dreams.
They are the first female athletes to win an Olympic Medal in rowing for Ireland.
Aifric Keogh's father Jim says it's a great achievement which he hopes will positively influence other people.