Woodward, who surged from fourth into second after the straight to take silver, also admitted that she was working so hard she wasn't sure if she placed in the medal positions.
"I didn't realise [that I won the silver]," Woodward said. "I was completely full of lactic trying to dip so I had to wait for it to come up on the board to realise I'd got the silver.
"It's extremely difficult [to run with cerebral palsy]. Your body is doing one thing and your brain is trying to get it to do another.
"To get a silver medal here is way above my expectations."