Hollie Beth Arnold, 23 has smashed the world record for F46 javelin at the 2017 World Para-Athletics Championship currently ongoing at London.
The British has broken her own world record as sh threw a huge 43.02m in the F46 javelin currently ongoing at the London stadium.
The 23 year old was born in Lincolnshire in 1994 without her right forearm and had her first disability sports event at age 11 winning seven gold medals across several events.
She threw a world record of 43.01m at Rio Paralympics last year and has broken her own record. Since throwing her personal best of 35.88m in June 2012 at Cardiff, the British has improved upon her throws tournament after tournament setting a world record with each tourney she participates in now since turning a professional.
Surely Great Britain is on course to win their third gold medal at the 2017 World Para-Athletics Championship ongoing at London. African nation, Tunisia leads the medal table with five gold medals at the tournament after day two.
That roar you just heard?
That was for Hollie Arnold. She’s broken her own world record. It’s a huge throw in the javelin. Surely another gold for Great Britain?