18-year-old Trinidadian gymnast Marisa Dick might be young, but she’s definitely ready to make history — and she’s done just that.

Soaring into the air with her legs extended in the splits, Dick lands perfectly on the balance beam, completing her now signature, never-before-seen move — which made its debut this past October during the world gymnastics competition in Glasgow, Scotland.

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“It’s super cool to know that my name will kind of live on in the world of gymnastics,” she said to CBC News, “It’s really exciting. It was one of my biggest goals going into worlds, to get this move named after myself.”

Now, with the original move bearing her name in the Code of Points, the official gymnastics rulebook, Dick aims to continue making history during the 2016 Olympics for the Trinidad and Tobago gymnastics team, if she qualifies.

Dick currently resides in St. Albert, Alberta, and has dual citizenship with Trinidad and Canada.

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