Olympian Michelle Bromley has completed her run for champion and is on her way home, after an impressive table tennis performance in Tokyo.
Sunday night was the women's team event which saw Bromley and partner Melissa Tapper take on Germany in the doubles.
Despite a huge effort from the Aussie women, they lost 3-0 to the Rio 2016 silver medalists.
Bromley's mum Glenys Beaumont said the family were extremely proud of how she had performed in Tokyo.
"We were over the moon with how she played, and even though we all live in different places around Australia, we all came together virtually to watch it," she said.
Last week, Bromley's nearest and dearest almost missed her Olympic debut in a singles match against Poland's Natalia Partyka after an error by the broadcaster stopped many from viewing Bromley's table.
"About five minutes before the match we all realised for some reason I was the only one who could see her table," Mrs Beaumont said.
"I had to learn very quickly how to make a video call on WhatsApp and set up my phone so they could see my screen and watch Michelle play."
Despite the technical challenges, the Beaumont and Bromley families were able to watch their girl make them, and Australia, proud.
Michelle lost her singles match in four sets (3-11, 5-11, 5-11, 7-11), but was back with promise in the women's teams event a few days later.
Luckily by then the broadcaster had fixed its error and the whole family was able to watch the teams event on television, instead of video call.
"[The family] is living all over the place and some of us are in lockdown so we've enjoyed watching her compete," Mrs Beaumont said.
"Her third game was brilliant, absolutely world standard, and we could tell how pumped up she was which was so exciting," Mrs Beaumont said.
"Although she lost the match, she went out with a blaze and it was just wonderful to watch."
COVID-19 restrictions mean athletes must leave Tokyo within 24 hours of their campaign finishing.
Bromley will board a chartered flight with the Australian swimming team on Monday night which will take her to the Northern Territory for two weeks in hotel quarantine.
"We've been speaking to Michelle and she is flying high at the moment," Mrs Beaumont said.
"It's been her best experience and she's enjoyed every minute of it."