POLLY Maton repeated her T47 100m result at last year's Paralympics in tonight's final at the World Para Athletics Championships at London Stadium.

The 17-year-old, from Urchfont, missed out on a medal but came away with a season's best time in the first of her two events at the championships this week.

The Team Bath-trained competitor, coached by Colin Baross, took a tenth of a second off her best time of the campaign by clocking 13.04 as the USA's Deja Young sprinted away with the gold medal in a time of 12.39.

Poland's Alicja Fiodorow claimed silver in 12.61, with China's Lu Li narrowly edged into bronze, one-hundredth of a second behind in 12.62.

Maton's result represented an improvement on her debut showing in the championships two years ago in Doha, when a hamstring issue saw her finish eighth.

The Dauntsey's School student will also compete in the T47 long jump in London, the final of which takes place on Sunday, the final day of the championships.