Our oldest living Olympian is adding to her list of proud moments, with her granddaughter following in her sporting success.
Ngaire Galloway (nee Lane) is getting ready to watch 17-year-old Gina Galloway compete at next month's 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.
Described as a "a powerful and stylish swimmer", Galloway was New Zealand’s first female swimmer to hold concurrent junior, intermediate and senior national records.
She was also the only swimmer and female in the New Zealand team to compete at the 1948 London Games.
Seventy years on, granddaughter Gina is showing the same form. Last year she won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in The Bahamas.
Gina visited her Nana in Nelson today for a final "goodluck" before her next big event.
The pair not only share the swimming gene, they are both backstroke specialists too.
"From a young age, listening to all her stories, of her travels, the friends she's made and the experiences she's gained from swimming has been really really inspiring," Gina told 1 NEWS.
Both agree the technique has changed , but the goal - to be the fastest- remains the same.
"Three years ago I was still swimming 30 lengths, but I struck some back trouble," says Ngaire.
At 92, she’s enjoying being a spectator.
"She's able to livestream into the races I'm doing and Dad always sends her the links so she can watch. It's always cool knowing she's watching from Nelson," says Gina.
Now Ngaire hopes to catch Gina's medal moment in Argentina.
"I'd probably just about collapse with excitement."
"You better be careful," she tells her granddaughter.