Sprinter to retire, 18 years after her games debut
For one of the most experienced athletes in the Manx contingent heading to Gotland on Friday, this will be their last Island Games.
With 18 medals to her name, Hannah Riley made the decision to retire at the place where she made her debut for the Island in 1999 at 16 years old.
The sprinter will be competing in the 100 and 400 meter races, as well as both the relay events, and will carry the Manx flag for the team at the opening ceremony on Saturday.
Ed Oldham asked Hannah how it felt to be going back to the Swedish city 18 years after breaking onto the scene: