Sally Fitzgibbons, Ash Barty and Hannah Green have produced a remarkable 10 hours of world domination for Aussie women in sport.
Fitzgibbons and Barty both secured their place as World No.1 in surfing and tennis respectively late on Sunday night (AEST), before Green capped it off by winning the women’s PGA for her first major on Monday morning.
Here’s how it all unfolded:
Sunday 10pm - Fitzgibbons wins Rio to become world No.1
Fitzgibbons became the new world No.1 after beating Carissa Moore in the final of World Surf League's Rio Pro in Brazil.
The 28-year-old Fitzgibbons prevailed 14.64 to 12.57 over former world champion in clean 4-5 foot surf at the beachbreak of Saquarema on Sunday.
The win, Fitzgibbons' first since the 2017 Margaret River Pro, adds to her three other podium finishes in 2019 to give her the yellow jersey at the halfway point of the season.
Both she and Moore have overtaken reigning world champion Stephanie Gilmore, who was eliminated by the Hawaiian in the semi-finals.
"It feels pretty delightful," Fitzgibbons said.
"Just coming in and receiving that welcome back to the beach, that was insane, and some of my mates cheering me up the beach and a big hug from my dad.
"And I know my mum's watching out there with all my family and friends, and just the team that had my back, so it's all part of the process and they've all chipped in and it's pretty cool to be standing here."
Sunday 11:30pm - Barty wins Birmingham to become World No.1
Barty cast friendship aside to down her German doubles partner Julia Goerges 6-3 7-5 in Sunday's final of the Birmingham Classic, to not only secure the world No.1 ranking but also top-seeding status for Wimbledon starting on July 1.
Barely three years after quitting tennis suffering depression and home-sickness, then remarkably forging a professional cricket career, Barty will overtake Japanese sensation Naomi Osaka when the new rankings are released on Monday.
In doing so, the French Open champion will join her mentor and Indigenous idol Evonne Goolagong Cawley as only the second Australian to top the WTA rankings since they were introduced in 1973.
A seven-times grand slam champion, Goolagong Cawley was No.1 for a fortnight in 1976.
John Newcombe, Patrick Rafter and Lleyton Hewitt, who enjoyed 80 weeks at the summit between 2001 and 2003, are the only other Australians to have scaled such heights.
"It's been a whirlwind three weeks for me. It's been a whirlwind year for me but to follow in the footsteps of Evonne, even to be mentioned in the same sentence as her, is incredible," Barty said.
"What she's done for our sport for Australians all around the world, not just based in Australia, she's put us on the map.
"What she's done for Indigenous Australians as well, she's just been remarkable."
Barty is the 27th woman in 46 years to top the rankings - and the fourth-youngest in a decade.
Monday 8am - Green wins women’s PGA in Aussie golf history
The 22-year-old from Perth shot a 72 on Sunday for a nine-under total of 207 to win by one shot from defending champion Sung Hyun Park (68) of South Korea.
It was Green's first victory on the LPGA Tour and she becomes the first Australian woman since Karrie Webb (Kraft Nabisco 2006) to win a major.
Green held her nerve and saved par from the bunker with a five-foot putt on the final hole after Park drained an 18-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to bring added pressure.
Among those who celebrated with Green was Webb, who brought Green to America four years ago as part of her scholarship program.
Green, in only her second full year on the LPGA Tour, is the first wire-to-wire winner of this major since 2011.
"I'm pretty much speechless," said Green. "I was really nervous the last five holes and just really - I made a clutch putt and that was kind of got me through another one.
"To make the one on the last is really is surreal. Obviously I heard Sung made the last one, knew I needed to make par.
"Didn't want to play that hole again (playoff). I'm really happy I made it."
What a morning for Australian sportswomen. Ash Barty becomes the first Australian to be number 1 in 46 years, Hannah Green is only the 3rd Australian to win a golf major and Sally Fitzgibbons wins Rio Pro final and claims world #1. #WhoRunTheWorld 🏆🏆🏆— Maggie Payne (@maggiepayne_) June 23, 2019
#WinningAussieWomen Aussie women #1 in Tennis, Ash Barty, #1 in surfing, Sally Fitzgibbons and a win in international golf, Hannah Green👏🌟👏🌟👏🌟 And all done with style, grace and humility. Proudly Australian🍾🥂🍾🥂🍾🥂🍾— Avril Henry (@avrilhenry) June 23, 2019
How awesome for women's sport lately. Ash Barty is tennis world number one.— Casey Ces ☕️👩🏫📚 (@MissCaseyCes) June 23, 2019
Hannah Green wins the LPGA.
Sally Fitzgibbons is surfing world number one.#gothegirls
Gee the Aussie girls are doing well in Golf, Tennis and Surfing!! https://t.co/Z2hilngbnd— WeNeedACarbonTaxNow (@lroc1501) June 23, 2019