Who has been your toughest opponent?
"Running the 100m in the next lane to Oscar Pistorius was awesome. I used to watch his races and interviews on YouTube. He's the biggest thing in the Paralympics and is always the man to beat!"
What's the best advice you've ever been given?
"Probably something Oscar once said: 'Don't forget to enjoy running. It can't be a job, you have to love it."
Who has been the biggest support in your career?
"My mum and stepdad help out a lot - I wouldn't be where I am today without them. And my coach, Hayley Ginn."
So what do Paralympic sprinters do in their down time?
"Usually I have to get up at 6am and be at the track by 9am. I've been told I don't do my bit around the house by my sister, and she's always moaning so I have to make sure I'm home at least one day a week to maybe hoover or wash the dishes."
Any pre-event superstitions?
"I always wear a bracelet with a St Christopher charm on it and an army badge that belonged to my granddad. He passed away before I was born."
And what is your ultimate sporting ambition?
"To win a gold medal, be the world number one and to go to as many Paralympic Games as possible."