Hollie Arnold wins gold

London: Hollie Arnold struck gold again as she won her event at the World Para Athletics Championships.Arnold secured an emphatic victory in the F46 javelin to add to Great Britain’s growing medal tally.
The former Cleethorpes Athletic Club star, who grew up in Holton-le-Clay and went to school in Louth, successfully defended her world title with a fine series of throws.
The best saw her improve her own world record by one centimetre to 43.02 metres.
Arnold finished fifth at London 2012, but won the 2016 Paralympic title and now has a third straight world title. “I just feel amazing – 2012 wasn’t what I wanted, but I wanted to go out there and destroy the girls and that’s what I did,” Arnold said.
Another Grimsby athlete, Zac Shaw, missed out on qualification to the final of his T12 100m after, coming fourth in his semi.
However, the partially sighted Clee AC ace will go again in the 200m next week.
He tweeted: “So disappointed to not make the final, but the British crowd have given me the best moment of my life. “Thank you all for the support.”


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