Zaila Avant-garde, an eight-grader from Louisiana, just became the first African American winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. And for Zaila, spelling is a side gig. She was already known for her hoops. “She currently holds three Guinness world records for her basketball skills, including a record for most bounce juggles in one minute with four basketballs.” (Making her a promising avant-Guard.) Not cool enough? Check out who she thanked after the victory. “I’d like to say thank you to Bill Murray because the reason I knew that word ‘murraya’ was because of the movie Lost in Translation, which when I was a little kid I used to listen to the soundtrack and so that’s how that word was stuck in my head because it was spelled like Bill Murray’s name.”

+ Here’s the moment Zaila won the bee, which shall from this day forward be known as Suntory time!