SHOT put sensation Serena Vincent has soared to the top of the British under-17 women's indoor all-time rankings.

Breaking records is nothing new for the Bursledon-based thrower, but she truly excelled herself at the Brunel jumps and throws festival held at Brunel University.

Having opened up with a comfortable 14-metre plus put in the first round, Vincent produced an indoor personal best of 15.59m in round three.

But that was not to be it for the City of Portsmouth AC athlete.

She knew her sixth round throw was something special and when the official called for a second referee the anticipation grew.

After verification, the distance was registered at an enormous 15.91m, smashing the previous all-time record of 15.64 set by Adele Nicole in Växjö, Sweden in 2013.

In addition to topping the all-time rankings and setting a new pb, the throw also passed the qualifying standard set by Great Britain for this year’s European Youth Championships in Gyor, Hungary.

“It’s quite some start for the season,” smiled Vincent’s proud dad Andrew.