Just a month after she broke the Australian 5000 metre record, Albion Park's Jessica Hull has added another national mark to her name.
The middle-distance star ran third in the 1500m at the ISTAF meet in Berlin in a time of 4:00.42, bettering Linden Hall's old record of 4:00.86. The time was also a new Oceania record.
The race was won by Great Britain's Laura Muir in a world lead of 3:57.4, while Laura Weightman was second in 4:00.09.
Hull now holds three Australian records after setting a new 1500m indoor record in January and 5000m outdoor mark in Monaco last month.
She is the first Australian woman in 23 years to hold both the 1500m and 5000m records at the same time.
At just 23-years-old Hull has emerged as a future star in the past 12 months, narrowly missing out on a place in the final of the 1500m at last year's World Championships.
She has already qualified for the Tokyo Olympics after taking out the Australian 5000m title in February.
While her pet event is the 1500m, she will be required to choose between the two distances at new year's Games.