By Ian Dipple 31/08 Updated: 03/09 14:23
REDDITCH'S Katrina Hart is hoping to bounce back from the disappointment of missing out on a medal in her first event at the London 2012 Paralympic Games when she goes for gold again later this week.
Hart, who lives in Stock Green near Inkberrow, made the final of the T37 100m on Sunday but despite getting a good start was only able to finish sixth.
Afterwards she tweeted: "Gave it all I had tonight- thank you for all the amazing support!"
Hart now turns her attention to the 4x100m relay which takes place just after 9.30pm on Tuesday (September 4) and the 200m on Wednesday, an event in which she is the reigning world champion.
Redditch born Claire Cashmore took silver in the pool on Saturday. The 24-year-old qualified fastest for the final of the 100m breaststroke (SB8) but was unable to cause an upset as Russia's world and Paralympic champion Olesya Vladykina won the final in a new world record time of 1:17.17.
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