Tully Kearney eyes Paralympic swimming success in Rio

World Para-swimming champion Tully Kearney is hoping to add further medals to her collection in Rio this summer following her four-gold haul at last year's IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow.

The 19-year-old from Aldridge in the West Midlands, who is now based at the British Para-Swimming National Performance Centre in Manchester, has a condition which causes muscle weakness.

She will be hoping to secure her place on the GB team for the Rio Paralympics at the British trials, which take place in Glasgow from 23-27 April.