Mirai Nagasu just made history 鈥 and she made it look easy! The world-class athlete is now the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Olympics, and you have to witness this stunning feat.

The 24-year-old was the first of five women聽to perform in the women鈥檚 free skate聽during the team competition in Pyeongchang over the weekend, and she made sure she was a tough act to follow. Just 21 seconds into her routine, she jumped, spun, and twisted her way through a successful triple axel. Ah-maz-ing!

It was so incredible that even Nagasu鈥檚 competitors on Team Canada聽started cheering聽when聽her blade touched the ice. And once聽the music stopped, she threw her hands in the air with a smile that will give you ALL the feels. (She finished聽with an overall score of 137.53, which聽put her in second place and helped Team USA聽to a bronze medal for the figure skating team event.)

Not only is Nagasu聽the first US woman to pull off the incredibly difficult trick at the Winter Games, but she鈥檚聽also just the third woman EVER to successfully complete聽a triple axel at the Olympics. Japanese skaters Midori Ito and Mao Asada聽are聽the only two to have done it before her. (Two other American women, Tonya Harding and Kimmie Meissner, have landed the jump in competition, but not at the Olympics.)

After her accomplishment,聽Nagasu聽said, 鈥淸I] knew in my heart that this day would come.聽鈥 This is definitely history, or herstory, whatever way you want to put it.鈥

We can鈥檛 wait to see聽who else makes herstory at the 2018 Games.

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(photo via聽Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)