Grimsby javelin competitor Hollie Arnold has won Paralympic gold with a new world record throw.
Hollie threw an enormous 43.01m in the F46 javelin competition at the Rio Paralympics on Tuesday, September 13.
The 21-year-old had already thrown a world record of 41.68m earlier in the competition, before breaking it again by nearly a metre and a half.
Hollie, who was born without her right forearm, grew up in Holton-le-Clay, and attended Cleethorpes Athletic Club.
She moved to South Wales to be closer to her athletics coach in preparation for the Paralympics.