It’s another gold for Calderdale’s Hannah Cockroft!
The 20-year-old, from Mount Tabor, has just won her second gold medal in the Paralympic Games.
She made a new record, completing the race in an amazing 31.90s.
Her win comes after she made a new record in her qualifying race only earlier today, completing the T34 200m in 33.20s
Hannah won her first gold of the games last Friday in the T34 100m final.
She already has a gold post box outside Halifax Town Hall and Royal Mail confirmed they would paint a second one in her honour if she was successful this evening.
Channel 4 Paralympic pundits have been praising Hannah after her win, saying young people across Britain should be inspired by her.
Hannah told Channel 4: “I had some serious competition and they were like yeah, we’re coming to get you, but they didn’t get me did they?
“This has come after four years of training every day, certain eating habits, sleeping habits, and no partying but that’s all going to change tonight!”
She thanked the Halifax rugby club and her brother that helped buy her racing wheelchair, and said she hoped they were proud with what she has done with it.
“I think they will be celebrating all over Calderdale,” she added. “I’m a proud Yorkshire lass.”
*See tomorrow’s Courier for a souvenir poster of Hannah and all your pictures of you with her gold postbox.