Watch out Jessica Ennis! Meet the amazing pole vaulting pensioner - who is a world champion vaulter, heptathlete and sprinter at the age of 77.
Former bank clerk Dorothy McLennan, has scooped dozens of gold medals and world records since taking up athletics professionally in her 50s.
And at an age where many of her peers prefer sitting down with a cup of tea in front of the telly, spritely Dorothy trains three days a week in preparation for her next world championships.
Dorothy, from Windsor, Berkshire, first became a champion pole vaulter in 1991, but she won gold again in 2012 and is the current world champion in the 75 to 80 age group category.
The pensioner has competed at every World Masters and European Masters event since 1991, which are both held annually, taking a medal at every single games.
She says she has at least 42 medals and estimates at least 35 of them are gold.
The sprightly OAP most recently won gold for heptathlon at the European Masters Championships in Poland in 2006, when she was 70.
Despite being in her late 70s, Dorothy has now taken up Usain Bolt's event - the 100m outdoor sprint - and is hoping to smash the record at the British Masters Championships at the end of February by the running the race in 16 seconds.
Dorothy, who lives with her husband Ray and can pole vault 2.1m, said: 'People are always very surprised when I tell them I do pole vaulting and sprinting, but I don't see what is so unusual about it.