Jodie Williams re-lives Commonwealth Games success
Great Britain sprinter Jodie Williams re-lives her success at the Commonwealth Games with BBC London after winning a silver medal in the 200m in Glasgow.
The 20-year-old, who was tipped as the next big thing in athletics when she won 151 consecutive races as a junior, missed out on the London 2012 Olympics after sustaining an injury at the British Trials that summer.
Williams ran a personal best to win silver in Glasgow and also helped England to bronze in the 4x100m relay.
The Welwyn athlete says a medal at the European Championships in Zurich is "a possibility". She competes in the heats of the 200m on Thursday morning.