For Georgian sports shooter Nino Salukvadze, today is a familiar feeling.
The 52-year-old is appearing in her ninth Olympic Games this summer in Tokyo, becoming the first female athlete in history to do so.
Salukvadze made her Olympic debut at the 1988 Games in Seoul for the Soviet Union, winning a gold medal in the women's 25-metre sporting pistol competition and silver in the women's 10-metre air pistol competition.
She has appeared in every Olympic Games since, winning a bronze medal in 2008 in Beijing competing for Georgia.
Over her storied shooting career, she has won 86 medals.
And ahead of her record-breaking appearance, Salukvadze was given the honor of being one of Georgia's flag bearers for the Opening Ceremony.