Hannah Cockroft from Halifax has today broken the Paralympic record in her T34 100m heat, but we're taking a look back at where it all started.
These adorable pictures show Hannah at 4-years-old with her favourite doll - who helped her face up to life in a wheelchair. The 20-year-old wheelchair sprinter is going for gold in the 100m and 200m events today, which she already holds the world records for.
But back in 1997, cute Hannah refused to use her wheelchair - until her exasperated mum presented her with a Share a Smile Becky Doll - a doll who comes in her own wheelchair. Despite the toy not being available in the UK until the next year, Hannah's mum Rachel managed to get in touch with a company in the States who in turn tracked down one of the dream dolls for the youngster. And thanks to her Becky doll, Hannah turned into a wheelchair tearaway, zooming around her home in Halifax, West Yorkshire with the doll at her side.