Archery superstar Phoebe Pine is targeting Tokyo 2020 as she prepares to fight for a place in the World Championship squad.

Phoebe, from Cirencester, is hoping to compete for a medal at this year's Championships, which are being held in Hertongenbosch, Netherlands in June.

The 21-year-old was born with Spina Bifida but in 2017 she won a gold medal at the Para Archery World Championships in Beijing as well as winning a silver medal in the able bodied World Championships in Rosario, Argentina also in 2017.

Phoebe's rise has been quite remarkable.

She's only been competing on the international stage since 2015 and is now hoping that by 2020, she'll be showcasing her talents at sport's grandest stage.

"My goals for this year are to make the World Championship team," Phoebe said. "I would be going with the intention of getting a quota place to then go to Tokyo.

"The quota place is given to my country but I could always win it back at our selection event next year. I’m also hoping to medal at the World Championships."