London 2012: Paralympian Ellie Simmonds' driving challenge

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She became Britain's youngest ever individual Paralympic gold medallist in Beijing - and now swimmer Ellie Simmonds is targeting four medals at the London games.

She spends a lot of time on the road, travelling from her training base in Swansea to visit family in Walsall.

Now she's getting behind the wheel of a specially adapted car for the first time and is hoping to pass her test before the Paralympics.

Tomos Dafydd went to meet her.

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