Paralympic champion Hollie Arnold aiming for able-bodied events

Paralympic F46 javelin champion Hollie Arnold says she's aiming to compete in able-bodied events after next month's World Para Athletics Championships in London.

The 22-year-old, who was born without her right forearm, has been to three Paralympic Games, holds the world record and has won the last two world titles.

She told BBC Wales Sport that she wants to gain more respect by challenging able-bodied athletes and that it will be a difficult decision to choose between Wales and England at next year's Commonwealth Games.