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Inspired as a spectator during London 2012 to return to the world of competitive athletics, sprinter Georgie Hermitage has worked against the odds to celebrate gold medals four years later at Rio 2016.
Alongside living with hemiplegia affecting movement in the lefthand side of her body, Hermitage is a relatively new mother and a latecomer to the sport.
We caught up with Georgie earlier in the year at her regular training ground to find out more about the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017.
With only a few weeks left to go, Georgie has now sent us a quick update on her progress.
Check out both the original video, and Georgie’s update below.
We’ll have more from Georgie as we get even closer to the World Para Athletics Championships London 2017.
Tickets are available now for the World Para Athletic Championships, taking place at London Stadium from the 14 – 23 July 2017. Grab them now to be part of the unmissable action.