Sifan Hassan won the women's 10,000 meters on Saturday to complete a golden double on the track at Tokyo 2020.
Hassan took home her first gold medal of the Games on Monday when she came first in the 5000m event, and went on to claim her second medal in the 1500m on Friday when she won bronze.
Despite her packed schedule, the Dutch runner was able to race clear of Bahrain's Kalkidan Gezahegne and Ethiopia's Letesenbet Gidey, who finished second and third respectively.
The three women were well ahead of the rest of the field but Gidey, who led the initial breakaway group, struggled to stay with Hassan, who waited for the perfect moment to launch her sprint finish and win in a time of 29:55.33.
Hassan had come into Tokyo 2020 dreaming of winning an unprecedented Olympic treble but she still made history by winning medals in all three events.
No one in Olympic history has completed a medley of medals across both the middle and long-distance events in a single Games before.
Hassan, who was born in Ethiopia, fled to the Netherlands in 2008 as a refugee and has lived there since she was a teenager.
She has raced a total of 24,500 meters in just eight days this Olympics.