That’s how Borders wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn has summed up her year so far.

The 21-year-old from Gordon won two golds at the World Para Athletics Championships in London, completed her first marathon in Chicago, and became the first para-athlete to be crowned the Scottish Sportsperson of the Year.

But it’s not all over just yet.

She could also be named the Sunday Times’ Sportswoman of the Year at a ceremony in London tomorrow night (Thursday).

Samantha told us: “It has just been an unforgettable year. I really didn’t expect it to be this amazing.

“The real highlight for me has to be London, winning two golds.

“If I had to pick, I think winning the 200m was my favourite part as it was the first gold medal I have won for the country.

“It really is hard to put into words, but there is no better feeling than crossing that line in front of all your family and friends.”

And it was that effort along with her 100m win in the World Para Athletics Championships that helped her to beat off some stiff competition to be named Scottish Sportsperson of the Year, last month.

Sammi added: “I couldn’t believe it when I won that award. I just didn’t expect it at all.

“People like Sir Andy Murray and Sir Chris Hoy have won it in the past, so when they read my name out it was unbelievable.

“It was really cool and it’s just nice to be rewarded for my work.”

Now the double gold medallist is hoping to make it two top awards in a row, when she heads south tomorrow for The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards finals.

She said: “I’m looking forward to it. I think the nicest thing about being nominated is that it means people are recognising and appreciating what I am doing.

“I just want to continue to work hard to make sure I’m ready for the Commonwealth Games next year.

“Doing the marathon in Chicago was a challenge as the distance is obviously a lot further than what I raced in London.

“But I’m really pleased I gave it a shot and managed to achieve the qualifying time for the Commonwealth Games.

“Now I’ll just be focusing on my training for that. I live in Glasgow now so I can be close to my coach, but there’s no doubt I’ll be coming home every now and again because the Borders really does have the best roads to train on.”