Tazmin Forrest took home the Wunhym Junior Sportsperson of the year award on Wednesday evening.
The archery prodigy went from strength to strength in 2019, landing herself a number of accomplishments which expanded the globe.
She added to her trophy cabinet by winning four gold medals at the Archery Australia (Open) National Championships, setting a new women's championship distance record at 70 metres in the process.
This was on top of a dominant performance at the National Youth Archery Championships, which saw her yield four gold medals and set three new national records.
Forrest also led Victoria to a number of first-place finishes in combined teams events, and competed in Spain at the Youth World Archery Championships.
But her greatest achievement to date may have come in January when she claimed a bronze medal at an open world event at the World Indoor series in Sydney.
The result elevated the 16-year-old to number eight in the world rankings.