The Olympics may be over, but for Pamela Johnson, it is just the beginning.
The Orange woman has been busy collecting the Aussie Hero stickers you find at the supermarket these past couple of weeks.
And while the nation's record-equalling gold medal tally delighted Ms Johnson and the nation, it's the upcoming Paralympics that really got her in the collecting spirit.
"I went to Anson Street School here in Orange which is a disability school," she said.
"So the Paralympics was something that really connected with me."
A total of 68 past and present Olympians and Paralympians were revealed by Woolworths as this year's featured athletes.
More than a month in, Ms Johnson only needs a few more to complete the set.
"I'm very excited only being a few cards away," she said.
"It would mean a lot for both me and my little sister. We do all these collection things together."
And while she is nearing the finish line, she is proud to say she has already ticked one achievement off her list.
"You've got all your normal ones that you just stick in your book and I was going through them yesterday when my mum got the shopping and she gave me all of her stickers and one of them was a set of gold stickers," the 20-year-old added.
"So I searched up and found that it was a rare set."
So who will she be keeping an eye out for in the coming weeks as Australia looks to bring home even more gold?
"My favourite card was Lauren Parker," Ms Johnson added.
"She will be competition in the triathlon and she's a wheelchair racer."
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