THIS summer's Rio Olympics look to have inspired a whole new generation of Irish sports fans.
This got delivered to me at work ?? SO cute! Made my day & a few others I think! pic.twitter.com/EMaWRDg9TD
— Sara Treacy (@sara_treacy) October 4, 2016
Signed by Eabha, the letter was address to Treacy care of Alexandra Hospital in Redditch where she is currently working as a junior doctor.
The note came in a brightly coloured envelope and was decorated with shamrocks, Irish flags and the Olympic Rings...not to mention a black and white panda bear.
"It made my day," wrote Dr Treacy who studied Medicine at Birmingham University from 2007 to 2012 before going on to complete a BSc in Sports Science at Loughborough.
Originally from Co. Meath, the Irish sports star first got into running at the age of seven when she followed her brother and sister to a local athletics club after a primary school sports day.
"I grew up playing every sport under the sun," she has previously said. "I attended King’s Hospital School and played senior cup hockey, and also made the Irish Tetrathlon team."
Dr Treacy was one of three athletes who represented Ireland in the women’s 3,000m steeplechase in Rio this summer, where Team Ireland sent its largest delegation since 1948.
— Sara Treacy (@sara_treacy) August 17, 2016
Dr Treacy cited qualifying for the Irish team for Rio and making the 3,000m Steeplechase final as being her biggest goals for the year.
Looks like she's rocked that - and made a few new fans in the process.