There are few, if any, regulars at Stormont who do not know who Emer McKee is.
Her astonishing exploits in recent months - a world 5k road record and a national juvenile track title for 1500m - means there are not many runners full stop who do not now know who Emer McKee is.
Having now fried all the bigger fish, Emer returned to Stormont for the first time today since the restart - and destroyed two long-standing records.
Finishing first overall, her 16:44 beat the previous best female mark of 18:18. Her 97.31% age grading might never be topped. She added a few lesser records as well - an 11-14 age category best and a 53rd first finish.
First male finisher today, and second overall, was Stuart McCaughan followed by Chris Drysdale from Ballydrain Harriers in third.
This week 197 people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 17 were first timers and 16 recorded new personal bests. Representatives of 23 different clubs took part.
The event was made possible by 16 volunteers, many who performed multiple roles.
Another unofficial record was broken today with results being processed by 10:38am - spite, it appears, is a great motivator. The run director - volunteering at Stormont for the 100th time today - has been known to take his time in the past. The new app technology, however, has greatly reduced the time it takes to finalise results.
The volunteer team was also joined by several Deloreans, which were taking part in an event organised to mark 40 years since the car first rolled off the production line.