PENNY Smith's Olympic dream is within reach.
The Bookaar trap shooter produced a personal best to emerge first at the final Tokyo Olympic Games nomination series event on Sunday.
Smith hit a stunning 47 of 50 targets in the final to cement her status as one of Australia's leading trap shooters as selectors move to sew up the squad by Wednesday.
"I won the selection series by 12 targets, but I'll have to wait for the official confirmation to find out if I've made the team," she told The Standard.
I won the selection series by 12 targets, but I'll have to wait for the official confirmation to find out if I've made the team.Penny Smith
"Nothing is official just yet. We'll drive back (to Victoria from Sydney) on Monday and keep going through the motions while we wait.
"If we get confirmation we'll go from there. We'll sit down and plan once we know."
Smith, who narrowly missed a place at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, said her final selection round result was the outcome of executing a plan.
She hit 34-straight targets en route to the victory.
"I couldn't have asked for a better final," she said.
"Mum and I talked about the things I needed to do well beforehand and I had them in my head, ticked off.
"I got the jump at the start and that was important. The women I was against are very good shooters and if you give them the opportunity to get in front, they'll grab it.
"It was important for me to get a good start and to shoot the first block of 25, that's something I've never done before in competition.
"It was great to be able to get that out of the way."
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