Astonishingly, Arnold will be making her third appearance at a Paralympic Games at the tender age of 21. In 2008 at the age of 14, she was ParalympicsGB’s youngest member of the team and went on to finish an impressive 11th in a mixed category in Beijing.
Arnold saw significant improvement by the time the next Games came around winning bronze at the IPC Athletics World Championships before a fifth place finish at London 2012.
In the subsequent four years, Arnold has been dominant in the F46 javelin winning back-to-back world titles in Lyon and Doha and coming within 39 centimetres of the world record.
With two world titles to her name, Arnold will be looking to cement her status as the world number one by winning gold in Rio this September.
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