The British Paralympic Association has today published a new UK Athlete Classification Code, placing athletes’ rights and responsibilities at the heart of the process and strengthening the approach taken to this fundamental part of Paralympic sport.
Sophie Christiansen is an eight times Paralympic gold medallist and member of both the British Paralympic Association’s Athlete Commission and Classification Advisory Group, which played a leading role in devising the code.
Three-time Paralympic medallist Andy Lapthorne made wheelchair tennis history this weekend by becoming the first two-time quad singles champion at the Bolton Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.
British records tumbled on Sunday as Sophie Hahn, Sophie Kamlish and Maria Lyle all set national records with impressive performance in front of a home crowd at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix.
European and Paralympic para-dressage champions shone at the Myerscough Para Winter Championships this weekend as they prepare for the summer ahead.
Double world champion Dimitri Coutya took Wheelchair Fencing World Cup gold in the first event of the 2018 calendar.
The 17 athletes who will represent Great Britain at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games came together for the first time on Thursday at the ParalympicsGB Official Team Launch.
Dame Sarah Storey is back on the bike – but not even Britain’s most successful Paralympian of all time expected this day to come so quickly.
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