Alia Atkinson Just Became The First Black Female Swimmer To Win A World Title

And after that kind of win, she treated herself to an amazing cookie tower victory meal.

Alia Atkinson took home the gold after winning the Women's 100m Breaststroke during the FINA World Swimming Championships this Saturday (December 6), officially crowning herself the first female black swimmer, and first Jamaican, to win a world title.

The 25-year-old athlete swiftly grabbed the top honor from defending champion Ruta Meilutyte in the final leg of the race at Hamad Aquatic Centre in Doha, speeding ahead to come in just 0.1 seconds ahead.

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Not only did Alia win the gold, but the swimmer set a precedent for future black female swimmers. She tied the previous 100m breastroke world record of 1 minute and 2.36 seconds, set by Lithuanian Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte.

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So, naturally after killing the game she celebrated like a true world record holder... by eating her way through ALL THE DESSERT. Atkinson shared a photo of her tripe chocolate prize, which included a cookie tower (with hot chocolate fountain), a slice of red velvet and a molten lava cake with vanilla ice cream.

BRB. Learning to swim so I, too, can enjoy this life.

Atkinson also took to Instagram to share a modest moment, writing "This is more than about me. A country... a nation, a race. First Jamaican swimmer, First female swimmer from the Caribbean, and I believe first black female swimmer in over 40 yrs. This is not just mine."

Miss Alia's record-setting race? Click here to watch the exciting finale leg.