ecstatic, delighted, joyful, joyous, elated, thrilled, enchanted, euphoric, in seventh heaven, overjoyed, rhapsodic, Colloq on cloud nine, Brit over the moon:
He was rapturous over qualifying for the Olympics.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective [usually before noun] expressing extreme pleasure or enthusiasm for sb/sth: rapturous applause + The Olympic team was given a rapturous welcome. rapturously adverb: The speech was rapturously received by the audience.
Random quote: It is never too late. Even if you are going to die tomorrow, keep yourself straight and clear and be a happy human being today.: Lama Yeshe